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Quickword No. 8 : Do you know ‘wheedle’ (6 letters), and ‘engine-driver’s compartment’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 8
CAJOLE**D*W*G*COLLEGEA*I*S*ABREAKER*A*W*N**GREEDY
Wheedle.
Place of education.
Wave capped with a white crest.
Avaricous.
Fuss.
Night bird.
Encourage recklessly.
Engine-driver’s compartment.
Untruth.
River at Whitby.
Seed-bearing head of a cereal plant.
Scrap of cloth.
Reverent wonder.
Finish.

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