Welcome to our Wordscapes Cheats and Answers Guide on Wordscapes Level 3883 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 3883 belongs in the Green Group and Aerial Pack.
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Wordscapes Level 3883 Answers – Included Words
There are 11 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:
DELI, DIET, DILUTE, DUET, EDIT, IDLE, LIED, LUTE, TIDE, TIED, TILED
Wordscapes Level 3883 Answers – Definitions of Included Words
- DELI – a delicatessen.
- DIET – food and drink considered in terms of its qualities, composition, and its effects on health: Milk is a wholesome article of diet.
- DILUTE – to make (a liquid) thinner or weaker by the addition of water or the like.
- DUET – a musical composition for two voices or instruments.
- EDIT – to supervise or direct the preparation of (a newspaper, magazine, book, etc.); serve as editor of; direct the editorial policies of.
- IDLE – not working or active; unemployed; doing nothing: idle workers.
- LIED – simple past tense and past participle of lie1.
- LUTE – a stringed musical instrument having a long, fretted neck and a hollow, typically pear-shaped body with a vaulted back.
- TIDE – the periodic rise and fall of the waters of the ocean and its inlets, produced by the attraction of the moon and sun, and occurring about every 12 hours.
- TIED – (of a public house, retail shop, etc) obliged to sell only the beer, products, etc, of a particular producera tied house; tied outlet
- TILED – covered or furnished with tiles.
Further definitions of these words can be found at: Dictionary.com!
So there you have it. Simples.
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Wordscapes Level 3883 Answers – Visual
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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 3883 Answers – Extra or Bonus Words
There are 47 extra or bonus words in this level.
Disclaimer: Some of these may seem odd, but rest assured they do work!
DEI, DEIL, DEL, DELT, DIE, DIEL, DIT, DITE, DUE, DUEL, DUI, DUIT, DULE, EILD, ELD, ELT, ETUI, IDE, LED, LEI, LET, LEU, LEUD, LID, LIE, LIEU, LIT, LITE, LITU, LUD, LUDE, LUTED, TED, TEIL, TEL, TELD, TID, TIE, TIL, TILDE, TILE, TUI, TUILE, TULE, ULE, UTE, UTILE
Wordscapes Level 3883 Answers – Definitions of Extra or Bonus Words
- DEI – diversity, equity, and inclusion: a conceptual framework that promotes the fair treatment and full participation of all people, especially in the workplace, including populations who have historically been underrepresented or subject to discrimination because of their background, identity, disability, etc.
- DEIL – devil.
- DEL – (in names of Spanish derivation) a contraction of de and the article el:Estanislao del Campo.
- DELT – Informal. deltoid muscles.
- DIE – to cease to live; undergo the complete and permanent cessation of all vital functions; become dead.
- DIEL – of or relating to a 24-hour period, especially a regular daily cycle, as of the physiology or behavior of an organism.
- DIT – an echoic word, the referent of which is a click or brief tone interval, used to designate the dot of Morse code, International Morse code, etc.
- DITE – a bit (usually used in negative constructions): I don’t care a dite.
- DUE – owed at present; having reached the date for payment: This bill is due.
- DUEL – a prearranged combat between two persons, fought with deadly weapons according to an accepted code of procedure, especially to settle a private quarrel.
- DUI – driving under the influence (of alcohol or drugs): often used as an official police abbreviation.
- DUIT – Also duit [doit, dahyt] /dɔɪt, daɪt/ . an old small copper coin of the Netherlands and Dutch colonies, first issued in the 17th century.
- ELD – age.
- ELT – English Language Teaching: the teaching of English specifically to students whose native language is not English
- ETUI – a small, often decorative case, especially one for needles, toilet articles, or the like.
- IDE – integrated development environment.
- LED – simple past tense and past participle of lead1.
- LEI – (in the Hawaiian Islands) a wreath of flowers, leaves, etc., for the neck or head.
- LET – to allow or permit: to let him escape.
- LEU – a coin and monetary unit of Romania, equal to 100 bani. Abbreviation: L.
- LEUD – a vassal or tenant in the early Middle Ages.
- LID – a removable or hinged cover for closing the opening, usually at the top, of a pot, jar, trunk, etc.; a movable cover.
- LIE – a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth.
- LIEU – place; stead.
- LIT – a simple past tense and past participle of light1.
- LITE – noting a commercial product that is low in calories or low in any substance considered undesirable, as compared with a product of the same type: used especially in labeling or advertising commercial products: lite beer.
- LITU – a former silver coin and monetary unit of Lithuania, equal to 100 centai.
- LUD – lord (in the phrase my lud, m’lud): used when addressing a judge in court
- LUDE – Quaalude.
- LUTED – a stringed musical instrument having a long, fretted neck and a hollow, typically pear-shaped body with a vaulted back.
- TED – to spread out for drying, as newly mown hay.
- TEIL – Archaic. the European linden, Tilia europaea.
- TEL – variant of tele-1: telesthesia.
- TID – (in prescriptions) three times a day.
- TIE – to bind, fasten, or attach with a cord, string, or the like, drawn together and knotted: to tie a tin can on a dog’s tail.
- TIL – the sesame plant.
- TILDE – a diacritic (~) placed over an n, as in Spanish mañana, to indicate a palatal nasal sound or over a vowel, as in Portuquese são, to indicate nasalization.
- TILE – a thin slab or bent piece of baked clay, sometimes painted or glazed, used for various purposes, as to form one of the units of a roof covering, floor, or revetment.
- TUI – a black New Zealand honey eater, Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae, having a patch of white feathers on each side of the throat, sometimes tamed as a pet.
- TULE – either of two large bulrushes, Scirpus lacustris or S. acutus, found in California and adjacent regions in inundated lands and marshes.
- ULE – caucho.
- UTE – Informal. a utility vehicle.
- UTILE – useful.
Further definitions of these words can be found at: Dictionary.com!
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