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Old 06-11-2017, 03:44 PM
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And here are two:

hearth/dearth
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And please consider these:

prices/crises
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Two more:

sweat/beat (or any other word that ends in "eat")
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Here are two more:

ginger/finger
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caste/baste
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Here are two to consider:

raffle/waffle
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And consider these, please:

despite/respite
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And two more:

pave/have
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Again:

soup/coup
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These are worth considering:

cash/wash
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