Sunday, 31 December 2017

chainwords #2

This year, I have a different type of puzzle to give you a New Year’s Eve headache:

In the diagram below, each box between ‘torn’ and ‘age’ contains a two-, three- or four-letter word, as determined by the number of ‘bullets’ in each box. Can you identify these concealed words, given that each pair of adjacent boxes makes up a longer word (e.g., ram/page/ant/hem/lock)?

If you found this puzzle sufficiently challenging, you may also like these:

Cracking the Code.
Scramble Six.

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