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    Innies and Outies 3

    Innies and outies 3 (A little tougher)



    "Each answer is a word within a word.
    In each case, the inner word does not have the first or last letters of the outer word.
    For example: If the clue is "Hearing organ/facial hair",
    the answer would be "Beard" (B-EAR-D)."

    1. Competent/Writing pad.

    2. Pal/Word made from first letters of a series of words.

    3. Jollity/Kills animals for market.

    4. Span/Abbreviated.

    5. Coin/Odors.

    6. Demolish/Lewd.

    7. Temporary skin problems/Most impetuous.

    8. Sad/Buffoon.

    9. Make happy/Tardy.

    10. Bird/Inquiring.
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    Spoiler:

    1.Competent/Writing pad
    TABLET

    2. Pal/Word made from first letters of a series of words
    ACRONYM

    3. Jollity/Kills animals for market
    SLAUGHTERS

    4. Span/Abbreviated
    ABRIDGED

    5. Coin/Odors
    SCENTS

    6. Demolish/Lewd
    BRAZEN

    7. Temporary skin problems/Most impetuous
    BRASHEST

    8. Sad/Buffoon
    CLOWN

    9. Make happy/Tardy
    BELATED

    10. Bird/Inquiring
    PROBING

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