Wordscapes Level 3828 Answers

Wordscapes level 3828 in the Stone Group category and Wisp Pack subcategory contains 20 words and the letters AEMNOY making it a relatively hard level.
This puzzle 37 extra words make it fun to play.

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The words included in this word game are:
ANY, AYE, MAN, MAY, MEN, ONE, YAM, NAY, YEA, YON, YEN, AMEN, MANE, MANY, MEAN, NAME, MOAN, OMEN, MONEY, YEOMAN.

The extra or bonus words are:
MONY, YAE, MNA, EOAN, AEON, NAE, EMO, NAM, OMA, ONY, MOA, NOY, EAN, MANO, NOMA, MAYO, ANE, MYNA, MONA, YOM, MOYA, MENO, EON, MON, YEAN, NEMA, MAE, ANOMY, OYE, MOY, NOM, MEANY, NOME, MOE, AME, NYE, YAMEN.

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Level 3828 Word Definitions - Wordscapes Answers

ANY - To even the slightest extent, at all.

AYE - Ever, always.

MAN - An adult male human.

MAY - The hawthorn bush or its blossoms.

MEN - Plural form of man.

ONE - A numerical value equal to 1; the first number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the smallest nonempty set. Ordinal: first.

YAM - Any climbing vine of the genus Dioscorea in the Eastern and Western hemispheres, usually cultivated.

NAY - No.

YEA - Yes.

YON - Distant, but within sight.

YEN - The unit of Japanese currency, equal to 100 sen.

AMEN - At the end of Judeo-Christian prayers: so be it.

MANE - Longer hair growth on back of neck of an animal, especially a horse or lion.

MANY - An indefinite large number of.

MEAN - To intend.

NAME - Any nounal word or phrase which indicates a particular person, place, class, or thing.

MOAN - A low, mournful cry of pain, sorrow or pleasure.

OMEN - Something which portends or is perceived to portend a good or evil event or circumstance in the future; an augury or foreboding.

MONEY - A legally or socially binding conceptual contract of entitlement to wealth, void of intrinsic value, payable for all debts and taxes, and regulated in supply.

YEOMAN - An official providing honorable service in a royal or high noble household, ranking between a squire and a page.