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Quickword No. 25 : Do you know ‘withdraw’ (7 letters), and ‘domesticated’ (4 letters)?
Quickword No. 25
*A*APT*AWAY*I*RETRACTC*O*G*AHUMDRUM*G*RARE*HAY*N*
Fitting.
Not home.
Withdraw.
Everyday, routine.
Uncommon.
Proverbially, best made while the sun shines.
Reverent wonder.
River and town in Scotland, where the Scottish Grand National steeplechase has been run annually since 1965.
Nervous habit.
Architectural element in the shape of an inverted U.
Fundamental particle.
City of the Taj Mahal, in Uttar Pradesh, India.
Domesticated.
Expression of disgust.
Of a wine, not sweet.
Large, ceremonial or decorative vase.

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