Letter Grid 5×5 number 1

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In this grid there are five mixed-up words, shuffled only vertically. Can you find them all?

suvet
wtetl
hport
soaee
dhuse

For example, if the words were egg, sky and pie, we might see:

eke
sig
pgy
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    In this grid there are five mixed-up words, shuffled only vertically. Can you find them all?

    suvet
    wtetl
    hport
    soaee
    dhuse
    

    For example, if the words were egg, sky and pie, we might see:

    eke
    sig
    pgy
    
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      up vote
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      favorite

      up vote
      6
      down vote

      favorite

      In this grid there are five mixed-up words, shuffled only vertically. Can you find them all?

      suvet
      wtetl
      hport
      soaee
      dhuse
      

      For example, if the words were egg, sky and pie, we might see:

      eke
      sig
      pgy
      
      share|improve this question

      In this grid there are five mixed-up words, shuffled only vertically. Can you find them all?

      suvet
      wtetl
      hport
      soaee
      dhuse
      

      For example, if the words were egg, sky and pie, we might see:

      eke
      sig
      pgy
      

      word anagram

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      asked Nov 29 at 9:43

      JonMark Perry

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          My answer is this (I found it without seeing the other answer first).

          sport
          state
          duvet
          house
          wheel

          It is fairly easy to match the second column letters correctly to the first column letters, as there are

          only two vowels which must match with the d and h, and then the only possibility for the w is wh. So you have wh, sp, st, and either du/ho or do/hu.
          The v is the only consonant in the third column, and so one of do/hu or du/ho must be followed by the v, the other by a vowel. This means you must have huv or duv, and duvet is as far as I can tell the only possibility. The rest then follows fairly easily.

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            I think I’ve found one answer

            whorl
            duvet
            speet
            state
            house

            Provided you accept

            speet, meaning ‘to stab’.

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            • I don’t really use obsolete words, but you are close.
              – JonMark Perry
              Nov 29 at 10:02

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            My answer is this (I found it without seeing the other answer first).

            sport
            state
            duvet
            house
            wheel

            It is fairly easy to match the second column letters correctly to the first column letters, as there are

            only two vowels which must match with the d and h, and then the only possibility for the w is wh. So you have wh, sp, st, and either du/ho or do/hu.
            The v is the only consonant in the third column, and so one of do/hu or du/ho must be followed by the v, the other by a vowel. This means you must have huv or duv, and duvet is as far as I can tell the only possibility. The rest then follows fairly easily.

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              up vote
              9
              down vote

              accepted

              My answer is this (I found it without seeing the other answer first).

              sport
              state
              duvet
              house
              wheel

              It is fairly easy to match the second column letters correctly to the first column letters, as there are

              only two vowels which must match with the d and h, and then the only possibility for the w is wh. So you have wh, sp, st, and either du/ho or do/hu.
              The v is the only consonant in the third column, and so one of do/hu or du/ho must be followed by the v, the other by a vowel. This means you must have huv or duv, and duvet is as far as I can tell the only possibility. The rest then follows fairly easily.

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                up vote
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                accepted

                up vote
                9
                down vote

                accepted

                My answer is this (I found it without seeing the other answer first).

                sport
                state
                duvet
                house
                wheel

                It is fairly easy to match the second column letters correctly to the first column letters, as there are

                only two vowels which must match with the d and h, and then the only possibility for the w is wh. So you have wh, sp, st, and either du/ho or do/hu.
                The v is the only consonant in the third column, and so one of do/hu or du/ho must be followed by the v, the other by a vowel. This means you must have huv or duv, and duvet is as far as I can tell the only possibility. The rest then follows fairly easily.

                share|improve this answer

                My answer is this (I found it without seeing the other answer first).

                sport
                state
                duvet
                house
                wheel

                It is fairly easy to match the second column letters correctly to the first column letters, as there are

                only two vowels which must match with the d and h, and then the only possibility for the w is wh. So you have wh, sp, st, and either du/ho or do/hu.
                The v is the only consonant in the third column, and so one of do/hu or du/ho must be followed by the v, the other by a vowel. This means you must have huv or duv, and duvet is as far as I can tell the only possibility. The rest then follows fairly easily.

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                edited Nov 29 at 10:24

                answered Nov 29 at 10:03

                Jaap Scherphuis

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                    I think I’ve found one answer

                    whorl
                    duvet
                    speet
                    state
                    house

                    Provided you accept

                    speet, meaning ‘to stab’.

                    share|improve this answer

                    • I don’t really use obsolete words, but you are close.
                      – JonMark Perry
                      Nov 29 at 10:02

                    up vote
                    6
                    down vote

                    I think I’ve found one answer

                    whorl
                    duvet
                    speet
                    state
                    house

                    Provided you accept

                    speet, meaning ‘to stab’.

                    share|improve this answer

                    • I don’t really use obsolete words, but you are close.
                      – JonMark Perry
                      Nov 29 at 10:02

                    up vote
                    6
                    down vote

                    up vote
                    6
                    down vote

                    I think I’ve found one answer

                    whorl
                    duvet
                    speet
                    state
                    house

                    Provided you accept

                    speet, meaning ‘to stab’.

                    share|improve this answer

                    I think I’ve found one answer

                    whorl
                    duvet
                    speet
                    state
                    house

                    Provided you accept

                    speet, meaning ‘to stab’.

                    share|improve this answer

                    share|improve this answer

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                    answered Nov 29 at 10:00

                    hexomino

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                    • I don’t really use obsolete words, but you are close.
                      – JonMark Perry
                      Nov 29 at 10:02

                    • I don’t really use obsolete words, but you are close.
                      – JonMark Perry
                      Nov 29 at 10:02

                    I don’t really use obsolete words, but you are close.
                    – JonMark Perry
                    Nov 29 at 10:02

                    I don’t really use obsolete words, but you are close.
                    – JonMark Perry
                    Nov 29 at 10:02

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