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Goatherd : Changing one letter at a time, see if you can start with GOAT and finish with HERD.
Goatherd

A ‘doublet’ is a word game in which you change one word into another word, a single letter at a time. For example, DOG → DOT → COT → CAT.

See if you can do it with GOAT and HERD.

We did it in steps. Can you do better?

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A Saanen Goat on Holy Island, a small island in the Firth of Clyde, tucked into the east side of the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland. The island was also known as Molaise’s Island after the 6th century monk St Molaise, who had a hermitage there; the island is now a Buddhist meditation centre.

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