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Wordscapes Level 5600 Answers

Wordscapes Level 5600 Answers

Welcome to our Wordscapes Cheats and Answers Guide on Wordscapes Level 5600 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 5600 belongs in the Tarn Group and Peace Pack.

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Wordscapes Level 5600 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 5600 Answers – Definitions of Included Words

  1. AIM – to position or direct (a firearm, ball, arrow, rocket, etc.) so that, on firing or release, the discharged projectile will hit a target or travel along a certain path.
  2. GAG – to stop up the mouth of (a person) by putting something in it, thus preventing speech, shouts, etc.
  3. GAIN – to get (something desired), especially as a result of one’s efforts: to gain possession of an object;to gain permission to enter a country.
  4. GAMING – gambling.
  5. GANG – a group or band: A gang of boys gathered around the winning pitcher.
  6. GIG – a single professional engagement of one or more performers, especially of jazz or rock musicians: His band has a gig at a club in New Jersey.
  7. GIN – an alcoholic liquor obtained by distilling grain mash with juniper berries.
  8. GINGHAM – yarn-dyed, plain-weave cotton fabric, usually striped or checked.
  9. HAG – an ugly old woman, especially a vicious or malicious one.
  10. HAM – a cut of meat from the heavy-muscled part of a hog’s rear quarter, between hip and hock, usually cured.
  11. HANG – to fasten or attach (a thing) so that it is supported only from above or at a point near its own top; suspend.
  12. HIM – the objective case of he, used as a direct or indirect object: I’ll see him tomorrow. Give him the message.
  13. MAG – magazine.
  14. MAIN – chief in size, extent, or importance; principal; leading: the company’s main office; the main features of a plan.
  15. NAG – to annoy by persistent faultfinding, complaints, or demands.
  16. NIGH – near in space, time, or relation: The time draws nigh.

Further definitions of these words can be found at:!

So there you have it. Simples.

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Wordscapes Level 5600 Answers – Visual

Below is a visual of the completed board.

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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 5600 Answers – Extra or Bonus Words

There are 37 extra or bonus words in this level.

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


Wordscapes Level 5600 Answers – Definitions of Extra or Bonus Words

  1. AGIN – against; opposed to.
  2. AGING – the process of becoming old or older: The aging of the population has had an effect on state revenues.
  3. AHI – yellowfin tuna, widely used in sashimi.
  4. AHING
  5. AIN – own.
  6. AMI – a friend, especially a male friend.
  7. AMIN – I·di [ee-dee], /ˈi di/, Idi Amin Dada, 1925?–2003, Ugandan dictator: president 1971–79; in exile from 1979.
  8. ANI – any of several black, tropical American cuckoos of the genus Crotophaga, having a compressed, bladelike bill.
  9. ANIGH – near; close to.
  10. GAM – a person’s leg, especially an attractive female leg.
  11. GAMIN – a neglected boy left to run about the streets; street urchin.
  12. GAN – simple past tense of gin3.
  13. GHI
  14. GIGA – a combining form meaning “billion,” used in the formation of compound words: gigabyte.
  15. GING – Australian slang a child’s catapult
  16. HAGG
  17. HAIN
  18. HAN – a dynasty in China, 206 b.c.–a.d. 220, with an interregnum, a.d. 9–25: characterized by consolidation of the centralized imperial state and territorial expansion.Compare Earlier Han, Later Han.
  19. HANGI – Also: Māori oven, umu an open-air cooking pit
  20. HIN – an ancient Hebrew unit of liquid measure equal to about one and one half gallons (5.7 liters).
  21. HING
  22. IGG – immunoglobulin G: a class of circulating antibodies predominant in serum, produced by plasma cells and memory cells in response to pathogens and other foreign substances, able to pass through the placental wall to the fetal circulation to impart immune defense for the period of infancy.
  23. ING – a suffix of nouns formed from verbs, expressing the action of the verb or its result, product, material, etc. (the art of building; a new building; cotton wadding). It is also used to form nouns from words other than verbs (offing; shirting). Verbal nouns ending in -ing are often used attributively (the printing trade) and in forming compounds (drinking song). In some compounds (sewing machine), the first element might reasonably be regarded as the participial adjective, -ing2, the compound thus meaning “a machine that sews,” but it is commonly taken as a verbal noun, the compound being explained as “a machine for sewing.”
  24. MAGG
  25. MAGI – (sometimes lowercase) the wise men, generally assumed to be three in number, who paid homage to the infant Jesus. Matthew 2:1–12.Compare Balthazar (def. 1), Caspar (def. 1), Melchior (def. 1).
  26. MAN – an adult male person. Compare woman (def. 1), boy (def. 1).
  27. MANG
  28. MANI – another name for Manes.
  29. MIG – a playing marble, especially one that is not used as a shooter.
  30. MIGG – a playing marble, especially one that is not used as a shooter.
  31. MIHA – NZ a young fern frond which has not yet opened
  32. MINA – an ancient unit of weight and value equal to the sixtieth part of a talent.
  33. MING – a dynasty in China, 1368–1644, marked by the restoration of traditional institutions and the development of the arts, especially in porcelain, textiles, and painting.
  34. MNA – Master of Nursing Administration.
  35. NAH – no.
  36. NAM – Vietnam.
  37. NIM – to steal or pilfer.

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