Wordscapes Level 2252 Answers

Wordscapes level 2252 in the Fir Pack category and Woods Group subcategory contains 17 words and the letters CELOST making it a relatively hard level.
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The words included in this word game are:
LESS, LETS, LOSE, LOSS, LOST, LOTS, SETS, SLOT, SOLE, TOSS, LEST, CLOT, COLT, CLOSE, STOLE, CLOSET, CLOSEST.

The extra or bonus words are:
TELS, CESS, SECO, OLE, SOCES, SLOES, TECS, ESTS, TOE, TOCS, OLES, COS, CESTOS, COSS, SELS, TEL, SEL, SOTS, ESCOTS, TELOS, CLOTS, ELT, EST, TEC, CEL, TOLE, OSE, LOSES, SCOTS, COLE, COLS, CELTS, STOLES, SCOT, CLOTE, TOC, ECOS, COLTS, TOSES, SLOE, SECT, ELS, SEC, SOCLE, LES, CELS, ELTS, SLOTS, OES, SOC, COT, SOS, COSETS, SET, LOESS, TOLES, CELT, ESTOC, LOS, TELCOS, COTE, LET, TOSE, COST, TELCO, ESS, SOLES, COSSET, COSE, SOLS, LOTE, ECO, SOT, COL, SOCLES, COSTS, LOT, OSES, ESCOT, SECS, COSET, SECTS, TOES, LOTES, COTS, COSES, TES, CLOSES, SOL, CLOSETS, COTES, COLES, SOCS.

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Level 2252 Word Definitions - Wordscapes Answers

LESS - To smaller extent.

LETS - Plural form of let.

LOSE - To cause (something) to cease to be in one's possession or capability due to unfortunate or unknown circumstances, events or reasons.

LOSS - An instance of losing, such as a defeat.

LOST - Simple past tense and past participle of lose.

LOTS - Plural form of lot.

SETS - Plural form of set.

SLOT - A narrow depression, perforation, or aperture; especially, one for the reception of a piece fitting or sliding in it.

SOLE - A wooden band or yoke put around the neck of an ox or cow in the stall.

TOSS - A throw, a lob, of a ball etc., with an initial upward direction, particularly with a lack of care.

LEST - For fear that; that . . . not; in order that . . . not; in case.

CLOT - A solidified mass of blood.

COLT - A young male horse.

CLOSE - To obstruct (an opening).

STOLE - Simple past of steal.

CLOSET - A piece of furniture or a cabinet in which clothes or household supplies may be stored.

CLOSEST - Superlative form of close: most close.

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