Wordscapes level 129 (Cliff 1) Answers & Walkthrough

Wordscapes level 129 Walkthrough and Answer

Do you not find the way out? Here is the Answer so you can try to escape from the Wordscapes level 129 (Cliff 1) with extra words so you can not lack with words options.

Wordscapes level 129 Answer with Extra words

Wordscapes level 129 ANSWER: RED, DEER, EDGE, REED, GREED, DEGREE..

Extra Answers: 

Egg, Ged, Erg, Gee, Reg, Dee, Red, Ere, Err, Ree.

Dreg, Edge, Geed, Deed, Eger, Gree, Redd, Deer, Dere, Dree, Rede, Reed.

Egged, Edged, Egger, Edger, Greed, Dreed, Reded, Erred.

Dredge, Redder.



Let’s learn something new today: 

Ged: General Educational Development is the name of a system of standardized tests that leads to a diploma that is regarded as being the equal of graduating from high school.

Erg: a measure of energy or work that is equivalent to the work performed by a force of one dyne when its point of application travels one centimeter in the force’s direction of action.

Gee:a modest display of surprise, excitement, or sympathy.

Reg: The registration symbol on a car, particularly the letter designating the manufacturing year

Dee:a river in northeastern Scotland that runs past Balmoral Castle on its way to the North Sea in Aberdeen after rising in the Grampian Mountains.

Der: Uncharged molecules are attracted to one another by weak, short-range electrostatic forces that result from the interaction of either permanent or cyclical electric dipole moments.


Ere:a term used to describe a color near the end of the color spectrum that is opposite violet and adjacent to orange.

Edge:the outermost point of a thing, an area, or a surface.

Geed: order a horse to move more quickly

Deed: a purposeful or actively conducted action.

Dere:referring to a statement’s or expression attributes rather than the statement or expression’s core ideas.

Rede: One person giving another guidance or counsel.

Reed:using a sieve to clean (grain, pulses, etc.), particularly by sifting in a circular motion so that the chaff, etc., gathers in the center. Consider free. Similarly without purpose: to sieve in this manner.


Egged: urge someone to engage in risky or unwise behavior.

Edged: (of an object, area, or surface) having a border or outside edge of a particular type.

Dreed: endure (something burdensome or painful)

Reded: interpret (a riddle or dream).

Dredge: Clear the water’s surface by using a dredge to remove debris, weeds, and muck from the bottom of (a harbor, river, or other body of water).

Redder: a term used to describe a color near the end of the color spectrum that is opposite violet and adjacent to orange.

beaver :a big, semi-aquatic rodent with a wide tail that is indigenous to North America and northern Eurasia. It is renowned for its propensity to nibble into trees in order to cut them down and create dams.


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Benefits of playing this game

Wordscapes level 129 ANSWER

If we talk about the advantages, we should mention that science also suggests 15 minutes of mental exercise every day, and these games are designed with mental exercise in mind. You’ll be shocked to learn that this is true. The growth of thinking capacity and deliberation inside you happens very quickly if you play this sort of game every day for only 15 minutes. However, you should only play it for 15 to 20 minutes at a time because too much is usually detrimental. Thank you for taking the time to read this article.

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