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Words with Missing First Letter #3

The words below look complete, but have actually each had their first letter removed.
In just two minutes, can you put them back in?
  • Answers must correspond to yellow box.
  • The previous quiz in this series can be found here (Quiz #2)
  • Dedicated to Quizzer6794, who requested a hidden message in Quiz #3
  • Quiz by kiwirage - Sep 16, 2016
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For this quiz, the answer must correspond to the yellow box. You can move the yellow box by clicking the cell you want to move to, or by using the arrow or tab keys.

Punctuation and capitalization don't matter on JetPunk.

Word
VERSE
ELUDE
CONS
AWFUL
RAKED
LAPSE
ACRE
PREACH
Word
HAVE
ARCO
ERROR
OATH
MERGE
OMIT
RUFFLE
VINE
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NAVE
BRIDGE
HEEL
MAGE
LOBE
SLED
ZONE
OURSELF
Answer Stats
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level 69
Sep 16, 2016
"reduct" is a word.
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level 59
Sep 16, 2016
Thanks, I've changed that clue.
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level 80
Sep 16, 2016
This is a really enjoyable series.
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level 58
Sep 16, 2016
Very nice, thanks. I spent 10 minutes and still can't figre out the hidden message, though!
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level 68
Feb 17, 2017
Well then just ask and it will be given to you
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level 35
Feb 17, 2017
lol
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level 13
Aug 30, 2017
Well what is the hidden message?
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level 79
Sep 30, 2016
nicely done. apt message too.
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level 59
Sep 30, 2016
Thank you. I love it and I found the message. Clever!
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level 33
Oct 2, 2016
Quizmaster? Ask and it will be given to you?? OK, I'm asking....
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level 68
Oct 7, 2016
"B" for Knave? QM's picture clue is as obscure as Kiwi's message is well buried
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level 72
Oct 10, 2016
B stands for Bower...the original name for the joker or nave and still the name used in the game Euchre.
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level 68
Nov 29, 2016
The bowers are the Jacks (or knaves) not the joker
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level 62
Oct 9, 2016
Ask and it will be given to you. Alright, I'm asking what's the purpose of the message. Or is it just for fun?
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level 59
Oct 9, 2016
It was just for fun, based on a request by Quizzer6794.
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level 75
Oct 31, 2016
Narco is a shortening for narcotics and as such is not a proper word. Just saying.
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level 59
Oct 31, 2016
Yes, but it's also used on its own to mean a drug dealer. Just saying.
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level 59
Feb 17, 2017
Still not a real word.
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level 59
Feb 17, 2017
Ah, so a word isn't real unless you've heard of it and approved it? I'll let the lexicographers know.
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level 73
Feb 17, 2017
Dictionary.com lists it as slang, not a word. Means lexicographers are aware of its use but not considered a word.
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level 59
Feb 17, 2017
Newsflash: Slang or informal words are words.
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level 60
Nov 29, 2016
Very nice!
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level 56
Nov 29, 2016
Ask and it will be given to you. Nice quiz
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level 58
Feb 17, 2017
No, I need 3 minutes!
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level 55
Feb 17, 2017
Pawful is also a word.
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level 70
Feb 17, 2017
As in.. the bear took a pawful of my intestines with him?
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level 67
Feb 17, 2017
Very, very well done
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level 51
Feb 17, 2017
fun quiz but what do "narco" and "isled" mean? O.o
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level 59
Feb 17, 2017
Yeah, isled seemed a bit of a stretch. Also have never heard of the word "upreach" before.
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level 49
Feb 19, 2017
Narco is a drug dealer/lord. There is even a series about that.
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level 71
Feb 17, 2017
I tried to google isled and nothing came up. What is it?
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level 59
Feb 17, 2017
As a verb, to isle can mean "to place on or as if on an isle". An example from literature is "You are isled from accustomed cares and worries - you are set in a peculiar nook of rest." (The Pagan Papers by Kenneth Grahame)
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level 44
Feb 17, 2017
Made it with 1:08 left. Twas like shooting fish in a barrel. :-)
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level 47
Feb 18, 2017
Very Clever with the hidden message
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