Welcome to our Wordscapes Cheats and Answers Guide on Wordscapes Level 236 Answers. Directly below you will see every word included in this particular level as well as their definitions. There are also extra or bonus words and their respective definitions for those of you who love a challenge.
Wordscapes Level 236 belongs in the Sky Group and Sun Pack.
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Wordscapes Level 236 Answers – Included Words
There are 19 words in this level that make up the complete puzzle. The order that the words are filled in is not important so we will provide you with the list in alphabetical order so your brain doesn’t hurt any more than it has to:
ARC, ARM, CALM, CAMO, CAR, CAROL, CLAM, CLAMOR, COLA, CORAL, CRAM, MACRO, MAR, MOLAR, MORAL, OAR, ORAL, RAM, ROAM
Wordscapes Level 236 Answers – Definitions of Included Words
- ARC – Geometry. any unbroken part of the circumference of a circle or other curved line.
- ARM – the upper limb of the human body, especially the part extending from the shoulder to the wrist.
- CALM – without rough motion; still or nearly still: a calm sea.
- CAMO – camouflage (defs. 4, 5).
- CAR – an automobile.
- CAROL – a song, especially of joy.
- CLAM – any of various bivalve mollusks, especially certain edible species.Compare quahog, soft-shell clam.
- CLAMOR – a loud uproar, as from a crowd of people: the clamor of the crowd at the gates.
- COLA – a carbonated soft drink containing an extract made from kola nuts, together with sweeteners and other flavorings.
- CORAL – the hard, variously colored, calcareous skeleton secreted by certain marine polyps.
- CRAM – to fill (something) by force with more than it can easily hold.
- MACRO – very large in scale, scope, or capability.
- MAR – to damage or spoil to a certain extent; render less perfect, attractive, useful, etc.; impair or spoil: That billboard mars the view. The holiday was marred by bad weather.
- MOLAR – Also called molar tooth . a tooth having a broad biting surface adapted for grinding, being one of twelve in humans, with three on each side of the upper and lower jaws.
- MORAL – of, relating to, or concerned with the principles or rules of right conduct or the distinction between right and wrong; ethical: moral attitudes.
- OAR – a long shaft with a broad blade at one end, used as a lever for rowing or otherwise propelling or steering a boat.
- ORAL – uttered by the mouth; spoken: oral testimony.
- RAM – a male sheep.
- ROAM – to walk, go, or travel without a fixed purpose or direction; ramble; wander; rove: to roam about the world.
Further definitions of these words can be found at: Dictionary.com!
So there you have it. Simples.
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Wordscapes Level 236 Answers – Visual
Below is a visual of the completed board.
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If you are like me, just completing a puzzle is not enough, especially when there are bonuses on offer. Check out these Extra and Bonus words below to help you along the way.
Wordscapes Level 236 Answers – Extra or Bonus Words
There are 44 extra or bonus words in this level.
Disclaimer: Some of these may seem odd, but rest assured they do work!
ACRO, ALCO, ARCO, CAL, CALO, CAM, CARL, CAROM, CLARO, CLOAM, COAL, COL, COM, COMA, COMAL, COR, CORM, LAC, LAM, LAR, LOAM, LOCA, LOMA, LOR, MAC, MAL, MARC, MARL, MOA, MOC, MOL, MOLA, MOR, MORA, OCA, OLM, OMA, ORA, ORC, ORCA, ROC, ROM, ROMA, ROMAL
Wordscapes Level 236 Answers – Definitions of Extra or Bonus Words
- ACRO – a combining form with the meanings “height,” “tip end,” “extremities of the body,” used in the formation of compound words: acrophobia.
- ALCO – a combining form representing alcohol in compound words (alcogas), sometimes with the sense “using alcohol as fuel” (alcoboat; alcotruck).
- ARCO – (of the performance of a passage for stringed instruments) with the bow.
- CAL – calorie (def. 1a).
- CALO – a variety of Spanish influenced by Mexican underworld argot with a large admixture of English words, spoken especially by Mexican Americans in cities of the southwestern United States.
- CAM – Machinery. a disk or cylinder having an irregular form such that its motion, usually rotary, gives to a part or parts in contact with it a specific rocking or reciprocating motion.
- CARL – Scot. a strong, robust fellow, especially a strong manual laborer. a miser; an extremely thrifty person.
- CAROM – Billiards, Pool. a shot in which the cue ball hits two balls in succession.
- CLARO – (of cigars) light-colored and, usually, mild.
- CLOAM – made of clay or earthenware
- COAL – a black or dark-brown combustible mineral substance consisting of carbonized vegetable matter, used as a fuel.Compare anthracite, bituminous coal, lignite.
- COL – Physical Geography. a pass or depression in a mountain range or ridge.
- COM – Trademark.Comedy Central: a cable television channel.
- COMA – a state of prolonged unconsciousness, including a lack of response to stimuli, from which it is impossible to rouse a person.
- COMAL – a griddle made from sandstone or earthenware.
- COR – gor.
- CORM – an enlarged, fleshy, bulblike base of a stem, as in the crocus.
- LAC – a resinous substance deposited on the twigs of various trees in southern Asia by the female of the lac insect: used in the manufacture of varnishes, sealing wax, etc., and in the production of a red coloring matter.Compare shellac (defs. 1, 2).
- LAM – to beat; thrash.
- LAR – (initial capital letter)Roman Religion. any of the Lares.
- LOAM – a rich, friable soil containing a relatively equal mixture of sand and silt and a somewhat smaller proportion of clay.
- LOCA – a place; locality.
- LOMA – a hill or ridge having a broad top.
- LOR – not standard an exclamation of surprise or dismay
- MAC – fellow; bud (a familiar term of address to a man or boy whose name is not known to the speaker).
- MAL – a combining form meaning “bad,” “wrongful,” “ill,” occurring originally in loanwords from French (malapert); on this model, used in the formation of other words (malfunction; malcontent).
- MARC – the grapes contained in the wine press and the residue, as skins and pips, remaining after the juice is expressed.
- MARL – Geology. a friable earthy deposit consisting of clay and calcium carbonate, used especially as a fertilizer for soils deficient in lime.
- MOA – any of several flightless birds of the family Dinornithidae, of New Zealand, related to the kiwis but resembling the ostrich: extinct since about the end of the 18th century.
- MOC – moccasin.
- MOL – molecular.
- MOLA – any of several thin, silvery fishes of the family Molidae, of tropical and temperate seas.
- MOR – middle-of-the-road (defs. 2, 3).
- MORA – the unit of time equivalent to the ordinary or normal short sound or syllable.
- OCA – a wood sorrel, Oxalis tuberosa, of the Andes, cultivated in South America for its edible tubers.
- OLM – a pale blind eel-like salamander, Proteus anguinus, of underground streams in SE Europe, that retains its larval form throughout its life: family ProteidaeSee also mud puppy
- OMA – orderly marketing agreement.
- ORA – plural of os2.
- ORC – any of several cetaceans, as a grampus.
- ORCA – the killer whale, Orcinus orca.
- ROC – a bird of enormous size and strength.
- ROM – an individual member of the Romani people, or Roma, especially a man or boy.
- ROMA – Also Rom . a member of the traditionally nomadic Romani-speaking ethnic group that migrated from northern India to Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries, or any of their descendants around the world:Unfortunately, the Roma continue to face discrimination and are subjected to profiling by law enforcement.
Further definitions of these words can be found at: Dictionary.com!
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