Hello, funnyinga!

I found a solution using Common Sense . . .

Consider what word can be in the top row.A double word square is a square of letters where every row and column is a word.

A 3x3 word square would be: .

Given the following list of words, find a 4x4 word square.

Each word can only be used once.

Word list: .

Can AREA occupy the first row (or first column)?

. .

If AREA is in the first row, there must be: two more words starting with A,

. . one word starting with R, one word starting with E.

Since none of these is on the Word List, AREA isthe first word.not

In a similar fashion, we can eliminate all words except LACK and LIMB.

So one solution would start like this:

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The second column must be AREA.

The fourth column must be KNEE.

The fourth row must be BAKE.

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Hence, the second row is IRON, the third row is MERE, the fourth row is BAKE.

. . And the third column is CORK.

Two solutions: . . and .