Crazdwriter - you are messing with me aren't you?
No..I don't think so lmao
now I see...I was not even thinking of writing words that begin with each letter of the alphabet but spelling a word in alphabetic sequence
Aren't we on E's? Every well letme know if I am incorrect.
this was interesting as I was not even thinking of going down in order A-Z but spelling a word in alphabetic sequence - nonetheless there are good words here
thanks webismine, dishyum, dingdong - all good words...
that works as it follows the rule
Ah, fine thanks
this won't suit here.
doesn't fall in alphabetic sequence.
I guess I have not been here in a while...Tux
Not in alphabetic sequence!
now im confused as hell lol
The world should be having letters that fall in alphabetic sequence... (a, b, c...z)donkey won't suit, but ass will
ohhhhh, ok then:ant
is it just me or does anyone else find this a bit puzzling?????
It's easy if you understand, N and O fall in the sequence to make NO - a word.
ah yes so the word after yours does that have to follow in a sequence or can it be any where in the alphabet.....
That can be anywhere but in the alphabetical order.
I still don't get this one!
A word which has its letters fall in order of the alphabetEx: ant
Ahh, I get it now!Thanks!!! Act
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