Letter Boxed November 17, 2022 Answers

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19 thoughts on “Letter Boxed November 17, 2022 Answers”

  1. Official answer here, and immediately, which makes me wonder whether this array yields anything else, despite the availability of “ATION” (Invocation, Divination, etc), “MAN” (Cowman) and other seemingly false promises. The W and K are very awkwardly positioned. I look forward to cleverer answers from cleverer answerers.

    I believe Victim Markdown is the numbing effect of watching too many shows about serial killers.

    1. Thank you.
      Actually, I’m a 3rd shifter and was going to bed early. Half-asleep typing can lead to one becoming victim of what they mark-down.

  2. Very likely a unique solution today. All the ingredients are present. So, for those who want an additional challenge, here’s a DW special with several solutions but one in particular that has thematic integrity, is apropos, AND has an unusual transition letter. Have fun!


    1. Didn’t take long to realize it was but one single answer we were in search of -quite a while to get there, nonetheless. This array has awkwardness written all over it, with OR, OM, CK, and KN ruled out. Having recently established CARDIOTONIC isn’t even a word (let alone an option in this particular case), I also tried CONTRACTION, CONTRADICT, MANT(R)IC, ADMIN, AMTRAK, and MIND.
      An interesting case of 12 ordinary letters arranged in an ungainly manner.

      Curious to know what the suggested solution to your puzzle is, DW -my own REGISTRABLE – ENVY barely tells the tale…

        1. Point well made -and suitably reinforced, DW! I don’t know that I, myself, am so against single-solution puzzles per se. Part of me finds the fact that we’re all after the same answer -while each of us is going down different routes to arrive at it- rather intriguing, but I can definitely see where you’re coming from.
          Yeah, AMTRAK was a bit of an ‘out of leftfield’ attempt. I didn’t really expect it to be accepted, but it was as, of course, was AMTRAC.

  3. After getting INDOCTRINATION and feeling quite smug about it, I couldn’t figure it out. Had to come back at it this evening and finally found the official. No wine tonight. Maybe that’s the trick 🙂

  4. Official here. Got stumped with all the long words ending in ATION but the remainders all had W and K in unworkable positions. Figured on starting with the W and K, with a hunch that there was a compound word.

    I don’t like spending TOO much time on the puzzle and always glad to reach a solution.

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