Good Weekend Superquiz and Saturday Target Time, September 24

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By Jacqui Martinez and Stephanie Bull.

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Find words of four letters or more. Every word must include the centre letter and each letter is used once only. Find at least one nine-letter word. No colloquial or foreign words, capitalised nouns, apostrophes or hyphens. No verbs or plural words ending in “s”. Solution list is not exhaustive.

Reference source: Macquarie Dictionary.

Today’s Target: 13 words, average; 19 words, good; 25+ words, excellent.

Yesterday’s Target: cling, cluing, clung, cuing, gilt, gist, glint, glut, guilt, gulp, gust, ling, lung, lungi, lusting, luting, pignut, ping, plug, puling, pulsing, SCULPTING, sign, sing, sling, slug, slung, snig, snug, sting, stung, suing, sung, ting, using.

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