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Wordscapes Level 5668 Answers

Wordscapes Level 5668 Answers

Welcome to our Wordscapes Cheats and Answers Guide on Wordscapes Level 5668 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 5668 belongs in the Summit Group and Reach Pack.

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Wordscapes Level 5668 Answers – Included Words

There are 20 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 5668 Answers – Definitions of Included Words

  1. COP – a police officer.
  2. COPE – to struggle or deal, especially on fairly even terms or with some degree of success (usually followed by with): The new heating and cooling system can cope with extremes of temperature much better than the old one.
  3. COPTER – helicopter.
  4. CORE – the central part of a fleshy fruit, containing the seeds.
  5. COT – a light portable bed, especially one of canvas on a folding frame.
  6. CREPT – simple past tense and past participle of creep.
  7. PER – for each; for every: Membership costs ten dollars per year. This cloth is two dollars per yard.
  8. PET – any domesticated or tamed animal that is kept as a companion and cared for affectionately.
  9. POET – a person who composes poetry.
  10. PORT – a city, town, or other place where ships load or unload.
  11. POT – a container of earthenware, metal, etc., usually round and deep and having a handle or handles and often a lid, used for cooking, serving, and other purposes.
  12. REP – a transversely corded fabric of wool, silk, rayon, or cotton.
  13. REPO – a repurchase agreement.
  14. ROPE – a strong, thick line or cord, commonly one composed of twisted or braided strands of hemp, flax, or the like, or of wire or other material.
  15. ROT – to undergo decomposition; decay.
  16. ROTE – proceeding mechanically and repetitiously; being mechanical and repetitious in nature; routine; habitual: rote performance;rote implementation;His behavior became more rote with every passing year.
  17. TOE – one of the terminal digits of the human foot.
  18. TOP – the highest or loftiest point or part of anything; apex; summit.
  19. TORE – simple past tense of tear2.
  20. TROPE – Rhetoric. any literary or rhetorical device, as metaphor, metonymy, synecdoche, and irony, that consists in the use of words in other than their literal sense. an instance of this.Compare figure of speech.

Further definitions of these words can be found at:!

So there you have it. Simples.

If you would like a bit more of a challenge, you can stop scrolling here and try to fill out the puzzle without checking out the visual cheat to come.

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Wordscapes Level 5668 Answers – Visual

Below is a visual of the completed board.

wordscapes level 5668 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 5668 Answers – Extra or Bonus Words

There are 34 extra or bonus words in this level.

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


Wordscapes Level 5668 Answers – Definitions of Extra or Bonus Words

  1. CEP – an edible mushroom, Boletus edulis, that grows wild under pine or other evergreen trees: prized for its flavor.
  2. CERO – a large Atlantic and Gulf Coast mackerel game fish, Scomberomorus regalis.
  3. CERT – certificate.
  4. COPER – a horse dealer.
  5. COR – gor.
  6. COTE – a shelter, coop, or small shed for sheep, pigs, pigeons, etc.
  7. CROP – the cultivated produce of the ground, while growing or when gathered: the wheat crop.
  8. ECO – ecological or environmental.
  9. OPE – open.
  10. OPT – to make a choice; choose (usually followed by for).
  11. ORC – any of several cetaceans, as a grampus.
  12. ORE – a metal-bearing mineral or rock, or a native metal, that can be mined at a profit.
  13. ORT – Usually orts. a scrap or morsel of food left at a meal.
  14. PEC – (usually plural) informal short for pectoral muscle
  15. PERC – to become lively, cheerful, or vigorous, as after depression or sickness (usually followed by up): The patients all perked up when we played the piano for them.
  16. PERT – boldly forward in speech or behavior; impertinent; saucy.
  17. PORE – to read or study with steady attention or application: a scholar poring over a rare old manuscript.
  18. POTE
  19. PRE – a prefix occurring originally in loanwords from Latin, where it meant “before” (preclude; prevent); applied freely as a prefix, with the meanings “prior to,” “in advance of,” “early,” “beforehand,” “before,” “in front of,” and with other figurative meanings (preschool; prewar; prepay; preoral; prefrontal).
  20. PRO – in favor of a proposition, opinion, etc.
  21. REC – recreation.
  22. RECTO – a right-hand page of an open book or manuscript; the front of a leaf (opposed to verso).
  23. REO – NZ a language
  24. REPOT – to transfer (a plant) to another, especially larger, pot.
  25. 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.
  26. ROC – a bird of enormous size and strength.
  27. ROE – the mass of eggs, or spawn, within the ovarian membrane of the female fish.
  28. TEC – detective (def. 1).
  29. TOC – train operating company
  30. TOPE – to drink alcoholic liquor habitually and to excess.
  31. TOPER – a habitual drinker of alcohol who is frequently intoxicated; a heavy drinker.
  32. TOR – a rocky pinnacle; a peak of a bare or rocky mountain or hill.
  33. TORC – another spelling of torque (def. 1)
  34. TROP – too; too much or too many.

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