Word Game: Morning to Evening in Doublets
Congratulations on almost making it through one of the longest workweeks of the year. No one can convince me that this workweek consists of a mere five days or that each day has been the same progression as always from sunrise to sunset. Taking frequent mind and body breaks doesn’t seem to be helping me move the time, but it never hurts to try.
Here’s a word game that will take you from morning to evening in just four quick and easy steps. Use the first clue to find the first three-letter word. For the remaining words (also three letters each), find the word that fits the clue and can be created by changing only one letter of the previous word.
______ begins at sunrise, or whenever you get up
______ what the chicken had to do before you could order over easy
______ a short form of a Scottish term of endearment attested from the 14th century
______ what you did to the horse that you couldn’t make drink
______ lies in wait for you until the end of the day
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