In order to make sense of the letters below, you need to add a letter at the start of the expression, divide the string of letters, and insert the same letter again. The result will be an alliterative familiar phrase of two words. Take “eachall” for example, add a ‘b’ before the ‘e’, divide the expression between the ‘h’ and ‘a’ and add the ‘b’ again. The result is BEACH BALL. See if you can turn these double plays.

_________ _________ 1. agleyed
_________ _________ 2. atree
_________ _________ 3. cutengle
_________ _________ 4. ieow
_________ _________ 5. elftarter
_________ _________ 6.eteraid
_________ _________ 7. iceersa
_________ _________ 8. igrother
_________ _________ 9. irecteposit
_________ _________ 10. itteratter
_________ _________ 11. ndiank
_________ _________ 12. nockneed
_________ _________ 13. oldall
_________ _________ 14. oonsense
_________ _________ 15. ouchone
_________ _________ 16. oum
_________ _________ 17. ptut
_________ _________ 18. reaseun
_________ _________ 19. ristatch
_________ _________ 20. sep
_________ _________ 21. umpingack
_________ _________ 22. ussianevolution

Spread the good words!
Adrian

Answers from last day: OUR WORD STREAM CARRIED US THROUGH: RIVER – RAVER – RACER – RACE – RACK – RANK – BANK.

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