Wordscapes level 198 Dusk 6 Answers & Walkthrough
Wordscapes level 198 Walkthrough and Answer
Do you not find the way out? Here is the Answer so you can try to escape from the Wordscapes level 198 (Dusk 6) with extra words so you can not lack with words options.
Wordscapes level 198 Answer with Extra words
Wordscapes level 198 ANSWER: OUT, SUM, MOST, MUST, MUTT, OUST, STOUT, UTMOST, TOUTS, TOT.
Mus, Mut, Sum, Tum, Mos, Mot, Oms, Som, Tom, Ous, Out, Sou, Sus, Tut, Uts, Sos, Sot, Tot.
Motu, Muss, Must, Muts, Mutt, Smut, Stum, Sumo, Sums, Tums, Moss, Most, Mots, Mott, Toms, Oust, Outs, Sous, Tout, Tuts.
Musts, Mutts, Smuts, Stums, Sumos, Mosts, Motts, Ousts, Stout, Touts, Stots.
Let’s learn new words today:
Mut: a goddess who was Khonsu’s mother and Amun’s wife.
Sum: a specific dollar amount
Tum: stomach or abdomen of a person.
Mos: a person’s preferred method of doing things
Mot: a young girl or woman, particularly a man’s girlfriend
Oms: a mystic syllable that Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism regard as their most sacred mantra. Most Sanskrit recitations, prayers, and literature have it at the start and finish.
Som: the equivalent of 100 tiyin in the basic currency of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
Ous: a bird from Hawaii that consumes fruit, has a strong bill, and has green and yellow plumage.
Sou: an old, worthless coin from France.
Sot: regular alcohol consumption
Motu:a directive given to the Roman Catholic Church or a specific division of it by the Pope personally.
Muss: make (someone’s) clothes or hair untidy or unkempt.
Must: be required to; ought to (expressing necessity)
Mutt: a canine, particularly a mongrel
Smuts: a trace of one, such as a soot speck or other piece of dirt.
Sumos: a kind of heavyweight wrestling popular in Japan where the winner is determined by forcing the opponent outside of a circle that has been drawn or by forcing him to touch the ground with any part of his body other than his feet.
Ousts: eject (someone) from a job or location by driving them out
Stots: bounce against a surface or cause it to bounce.
Touts: provide racing picks in exchange for a cut of any profits.
Utmost: absolute; greatest.
Stouts: a robust, dark beer style made with roasted barley or malt.
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