No! Put the 'S' on the Other End

There are some words that you might think take an S for a plural when in fact they don’t, but you can hook an S at the beginning instead.

The list below shows first the base word, followed by words made by hooking a letter in front and then finally any words that can be made by hooking a letter afterwards. Because the base word can never be followed with an S there might be no words in that final column.

Also, I am listing so many words, that I won’t be including the meanings, so if there are any that are interesting you will have to look them up yourself.

AVANT SAVANT AVANTI

AVINE RAVINE, SAVINE

CAMPI SCAMPI

CAPI SCAPI CAPIZ

ECCO RECCO, SECCO

EINE SEINE

EYEN SEYEN

HALLOT CHALLOT, SHALLOT HALLOTH

HAMBA SHAMBA

HORE CHORE, SHORE, WHORE

HOTE SHOTE HOTEL, HOTEN

KIFF SKIFF

LEECH FLEECH, SLEECH

LIVED SLIVED LIVEDO

LUIT SLUIT

MEEK SMEEK

MUTCH SMUTCH

NEATH ANEATH, SNEATH, UNEATH

NOUT KNOUT, SNOUT

ODIC IODIC, SODIC

OLDE SOLDE OLDEN, OLDER

OLID SOLID

ORRA MORRA, SORRA

PATTEE SPATTEE

PHENIC SPHENIC

PIAL SPIAL

PICE SPICE

PITTEN SPITTEN

POOR SPOOR POORI, POORT

QUARE SQUARE

QUIZ SQUIZ

TANE STANE

TANNIC STANNIC

TEEK STEEK

TELA STELA TELAE

TELAE STELAE

TELIC ATELIC, STELIC

TOOK STOOK

TRIDE STRIDE

TROP STROP TROPE

TYTE STYTE

UNKET JUNKET, SUNKET, TUNKET

I hope you find a few chances to either surprise your opponent with a well-placed ‘S’ or to challenge them off when they put their ‘S’ at the wrong end.

Cheers

Patrick

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