By Jacqui Martinez and Stephanie Bull.
Discover phrases of 4 letters or extra. Each phrase should embrace the centre letter and every letter is used as soon as solely. Discover not less than one nine-letter phrase. No colloquial or international phrases, capitalised nouns, apostrophes or hyphens. No verbs or plural phrases ending in “s”. Resolution record shouldn’t be exhaustive.
Reference supply: Macquarie Dictionary.
At the moment’s Goal: 15 phrases, common; 19 phrases, good; 24+ phrases, glorious.
Yesterday’s Goal: adieu, grownup, altitude, aptitude, audile, audit, datu, dilute, twin, dulia, duel, duet, dupe, duple, duplet, etui, latitude, laud, lieu, lute, patu, pilau, PLATITUDE, plaudit, puia, pule, puled, puli, putt, putted, puttied, taupe, taut, tula, tulip, replace.