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Wordscapes Level 5556 Answers

Wordscapes Level 5556 Answers

Welcome to our Wordscapes Cheats and Answers Guide on Wordscapes Level 5556 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 5556 belongs in the Tarn Group and Placid Pack.

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Wordscapes Level 5556 Answers – Included Words

There are 16 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:


Wordscapes Level 5556 Answers – Definitions of Included Words

  1. CITE – to quote (a passage, book, author, etc.), especially as an authority: He cited the Constitution in his defense.
  2. CRICK – a sharp, painful spasm of the muscles, as of the neck or back.
  3. CRICKET – any of several jumping, orthopterous insects of the family Gryllidae, characterized by long antennae and stridulating organs on the forewings of the male, as one of the species commonly found in pastures and meadows (field cricket ) or on trees and shrubs (tree cricket ).
  4. KIT – a set or collection of tools, supplies, instructional matter, etc., for a specific purpose: a first-aid kit; a sales kit.
  5. KITE – a light frame covered with some thin material, to be flown in the wind at the end of a long string.
  6. RICE – the starchy seeds or grain of an annual marsh grass, Oryza sativa, cultivated in warm climates and used for food.
  7. RITE – a formal or ceremonial act or procedure prescribed or customary in religious or other solemn use: rites of baptism; sacrificial rites.
  8. TIC – Pathology. a sudden, spasmodic, painless, involuntary muscular contraction, as of the face. tic douloureux.
  9. TICK – a slight, sharp, recurring click, tap, or beat, as of a clock.
  10. TICKER – a telegraphic receiving instrument that automatically prints stock prices, market reports, etc., on a paper tape.
  11. 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.
  12. TIER – one of a series of rows or ranks rising one behind or above another, as of seats in an amphitheater, boxes in a theater, guns in a man-of-war, or oars in an ancient galley.
  13. TIRE – to reduce or exhaust the strength of, as by exertion; make weary; fatigue (often followed by out): The long walk tired him.
  14. TREK – to travel or migrate slowly or with difficulty, especially to hike through rough terrain: He’s trekked through the Himalayas and summited Mt. Kilimanjaro.
  15. TRICK – a crafty or underhanded device, maneuver, stratagem, or the like, intended to deceive or cheat; artifice; ruse; wile.
  16. TRIKE – tricycle.

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So there you have it. Simples.

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Wordscapes Level 5556 Answers – Visual

Below is a visual of the completed board.

wordscapes level 5556 answers

Did you end up with the same solution? Well done if you did!

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 5556 Answers – Extra or Bonus Words

There are 40 extra or bonus words in this level.

Disclaimer: Some of these may seem odd, but rest assured they do work!


Wordscapes Level 5556 Answers – Definitions of Extra or Bonus Words

  1. CERCI – one of a pair of appendages at the rear of the abdomen of certain insects and other arthropods, serving as tactile organs.
  2. CERIC – containing cerium, especially in the tetravalent state.
  3. CERT – certificate.
  4. CIRC – circular (def. 9).
  5. CIRE – a brilliant, highly glazed surface produced on fabrics by subjecting them to a wax, heat, and calendering treatment.
  6. CIT – pure consciousness.
  7. CITER – to quote (a passage, book, author, etc.), especially as an authority: He cited the Constitution in his defense.
  8. CRETIC – prosody a metrical foot consisting of three syllables, the first long, the second short, and the third long (– ◡ –)Also called: amphimacer Compare amphibrach
  9. CRIT – a critic.
  10. EIK
  11. ERIC – Eric the Red.
  12. ERK – an aircraftsman of the lowest rank in the Royal Air Force.
  13. ETIC – pertaining to or being the raw data of a language or other area of behavior, without considering the data as significant units functioning within a system.
  14. ICE – the solid form of water, produced by freezing; frozen water.
  15. ICER
  16. ICK – (used as an expression of distaste or repugnance.)
  17. ICKER – the fruit-bearing spike of any cereal plant, especially an ear of corn.
  18. IRE – intense anger; wrath.
  19. IRK – to irritate, annoy, or exasperate: It irked him to wait in line.
  20. KEIR – a large vat in which fibers, yarns, or fabrics are boiled, bleached, or dyed.
  21. KET – a member of an Indigenous people of central Siberia, living in widely dispersed communities on tributaries of the Yenisei River, between 60° and 67° N latitude.
  22. KIER – a large vat in which fibers, yarns, or fabrics are boiled, bleached, or dyed.
  23. KIR – an apéritif of white wine or sometimes champagne (Kir Royale ) flavored with cassis.
  24. KITER – a light frame covered with some thin material, to be flown in the wind at the end of a long string.
  25. REC – recreation.
  26. RECIT – recitative.
  27. RECK – to have care, concern, or regard (often followed by of, with, or a clause).
  28. RECTI – plural of rectus.
  29. REI
  30. REIK – The·o·dor [thee-uh-dawr, -dohr; German tey-aw-dawr], /ˈθi əˌdɔr, -ˌdoʊr; German ˈteɪ ɔˌdɔr/, 1888–1969, U.S. psychologist and author, born in Austria.
  31. RET – to soak in water or expose to moisture, as flax or hemp, to facilitate the removal of the fiber from the woody tissue by partial rotting.
  32. RICK – Also hayrick. Chiefly Midland U.S. a large, usually rectangular stack or pile of hay, straw, corn, or the like, in a field, especially when thatched or covered by a tarpaulin; an outdoor or makeshift mow.
  33. RIT – ritardando.
  34. TEC – detective (def. 1).
  35. TICE
  36. TIK – a slanɡ name for the druɡ methamphetamine in crystal form
  37. TIKE – a variant spelling of tyke
  38. TRECK
  39. TRICE – a very short time; an instant: in a trice.
  40. TRIE

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