The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Alphabet Street (answer)

This week, I gave you the following words and asked you to place a letter on each row that could be substituted for the first letter of the words on either side, to form another word in each case. These new letters would then spell out a word when read downwards.

FENCE   HITCH

TOAST   DELAY

STEMS   TONIC

TASTY   PIECE

PAPER   SHORE

GLAND   SLATE

But what was this word? Find out after the break…

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The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Alphabet Street

On each row place a letter that can be substituted for the first letter of the words either side to form another word in each case. When completed, a word will be read downwards. What is it?

FENCE   HITCH

TOAST   DELAY

STEMS   TONIC

TASTY   PIECE

PAPER   SHORE

GLAND   SLATE

Best of luck! If you’re good, I’ll tell you the answer on Friday.

Vel.

The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Connections (answer)

This week, I asked you to identify the connection between the following four words. But alas, it seems nobody has risen to the challenge! You can see the solution after the break…

ENJOY   DILEMMA

CHEAPSKATE   CREAMY

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The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Connections

The following words have a connection. What is it?

ENJOY   DILEMMA

CHEAPSKATE   CREAMY

Vel.

The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Lateral thinking (answer)

This week, I posed you the following question:

On a dark, stormy night you are driving past a bus stop. Waiting at the stop are an old woman who looks as if she is about to die, an old friend who once saved your life, and the partner you’ve been dreaming of. Knowing that you can only take one passenger in your car, what should you do?

Did you get it right? Can there even be a morally right answer? Find out after the break…

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The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Lateral thinking

On a dark, stormy night you are driving past a bus stop. Waiting at the stop are an old woman who looks as if she is about to die, an old friend who once saved your life, and the partner you’ve been dreaming of. Knowing that you can only take one passenger in your car, what should you do?

The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Pyramids (answer)

This week I asked you to fill in a pyramid with the letters given, so that various words could be read. See the solution after the break!

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