Wordscapes Level 3746 Answers

Wordscapes level 3746 in the Astral Group category and Gift Pack subcategory contains 20 words and the letters AGHNTU making it a relatively hard level.
This puzzle 33 extra words make it fun to play.

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The words included in this word game are:
ANT, GUN, HAT, HUG, HUT, NUT, TAG, HAG, AUNT, HANG, HUNG, HUNT, TANG, THAN, THUG, TUNA, GNAT, HAUNT, GAUNT, NAUGHT.

The extra or bonus words are:
TUNG, GUAN, HAN, GHAT, HAUT, GAT, UNHAT, NTH, TUG, HANT, THANG, NAT, TUAN, HUN, NUG, GANT, GAUN, TANH, AUGHT, TAU, GATH, NAH, GAN, GAU, NAG, AUGH, GHAUT, GUT, UTA, TUN, TAN, UGH, GNU.

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Level 3746 Word Definitions - Wordscapes Answers

ANT - Any of various insects in the family Formicidae in the order Hymenoptera, typically living in large colonies composed almost entirely of flightless females.

GUN - A very portable, short firearm, for hand use, which fires bullets or projectiles, such as a handgun, revolver, pistol, or Derringer.

HAT - A covering for the head, often in the approximate form of a cone or a cylinder closed at its top end, and sometimes having a brim and other decoration.

HUG - An affectionate close embrace.

HUT - A small wooden shed.

NUT - A hard-shelled seed.

TAG - A small label.

HAG - A witch, sorceress, or enchantress; also, a wizard.

AUNT - A sister or sister-in-law of someone's parent.

HANG - To be or remain suspended.

HUNG - Simple past tense and past participle of hang.

HUNT - To chase down prey and (usually) kill it.

TANG - Tongue.

THAN - (usually used with for) Because; for.

THUG - To commit acts of thuggery, to live the life of a thug, or to dress and act in a manner reminiscent of someone who does.

TUNA - Any of several species of fish, of the genus Thunnus, in the family Scombridae.

GNAT - Any small insect of the order Diptera, specifically within the suborder Nematocera.

HAUNT - To inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

GAUNT - Lean, angular, and bony.

NAUGHT - (now rare or archaic in US, Canada) Zero.