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Keep Moat : Change KEEP into MOAT, one letter at a time.
Keep Moat

Doublet

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 KEEP → MOAT.

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Leeds Castle in Kent, with its moat (the surrounding lake) and a solitary swan. A ‘keep’ is the self-contained, fortified part of a castle designed to withstand an attack. In the case of Leeds Castle, the original keep (built on an island in the moat) was replaced by a ‘gloriette’, a summerhouse, by King Edward I.

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Letters Game

What is the longest word you can make using these letters?

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Make the total shown using two or more of the numbers underneath it. You can add, subtract, divide and multiply. Use any number once only.

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