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Likely related crossword puzzle clues
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- Word that keeps the same meaning if you move its first letter to the end
- synonym for “alters” that keeps its meaning if the first letter is changed to an “a”
- Coloring word with the same meaning after its fourth letter is removed
- Commercial name that becomes another commercial name if you move its first letter to the end
- Company name that becomes another company name if you move its first letter to the end
- "Word that keeps the same meaning if cap- is added at the front"
- Word that retains its meaning when its third letter is removed
- word meaning blurt out, and when you've blurted it, the same word could be followed by nonsense
- Word that becomes its own synonym if you change its first letter to 'WI'
- Word that sounds the same if its first or second letter is removed
- Love Me Like You Do singer whose first and last names each start and end with the same letter: 2 wds.
- question that becomes another question when its first letter is moved to its end
- Name that becomes another name if you move the first letter to the end
- Word meaning the same as another word
- Word with the same meaning as another word
- Word that becomes its own opposite if its first letter is removed
- A word that means the same, or nearly the same, as another word
- Birthstone whose first letter is the same as that of its month
- Pitch Perfect 3 star whose first and last names each start and end with the same letter: 2 wds.
- 2005-2010 Doctor Who star whose first and last names each start and end with the same letter: 2 wds.
- word element that goes before a word to alter its meaning
- Psalm 51 (50 in the Vulgate); from its first word, meaning 'Have mercy' in Latin
- category whose name becomes that of an example of the category when you combine the first word and the last letter of the second word
- Word meaning to get the intended meaning
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