Wordscapes level 192 Rays 16 Answers & Walkthrough
Wordscapes level 192 Walkthrough and Answer
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Wordscapes level 192 Answer with Extra words
Wordscapes level 192 ANSWER: SIM, COT, COST, MIST, MOST, OMIT, TICS, MOIST, OMITS, STOIC, SITCOM.
Mic, Moc, Cis, Cos, Cot, Ism, Mis, Moi, Mos, Mot, Oms, Sic, Sim, Soc, Som, Tic, Tom, Ist, Its, Sit.
Mics, Mocs, Cist, Cost, Cots, Miso, Mist, Moit, Most, Mots, Omit, Otic, Scot, Smit, Tics, Toms, Soit.
Osmic, Misto, Moist, Omits, Stoic.
Let’s learn new words today:
Cis: group of independent nations.
Cos: a type of lettuce with tall, towering heads and crisp, narrow leaves.
Cot:a little bed for a baby or young child with high barred sides.
Ism: a particular method, framework, or philosophy, usually one associated with politics or an artistic movement
Mis: systems for managing information.
Moi: me (used in questions when accused of something that one knows one is guilty of).
Mot: a young girl or woman, particularly a man’s girlfriend
Som:the equivalent of 100 tiyin in the basic currency of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
Sic: used to indicate that a copied or quoted word that seems strange or incorrect is actually cited exactly as it occurs in the source material, as in a story must hold a child’s interest and “enrich his [sic] life” or a hero of ancient Rome.
Cist: an ancient stone or tree-hugging coffin or burial chamber.
Cots:a little bed for a baby or young child with high barred sides.
Miso: Japanese cuisine uses a paste produced from fermented soy beans and barley or rice malt.
Mist:a cloud of microscopic water vapour hanging in the atmosphere at or near the surface of the earth that restricts sight (strictly, with visibility staying above 1 km (1,100 yards); to a lesser extent than fog)
Moit: a foreign object, particularly a piece of wood, found in a woolly fleece
Omit:either deliberately or unintentionally exclude (someone or something)
Otic: concerning the ear.
Scot: aan amount paid in accordance with a current tax, rate, or other assessed contribution.
Tics: a regular spasmodic muscle contraction, most frequently in the face.
Osmic: concerning smells or the sense of smell.
Misto:a soup-based Italian meal made with a variety of meats, including chicken, veal, and sausage.
Stoic: a person who is able to tolerate suffering without expressing their emotions or grumbling.
Sitcom: an incidental comedy.
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