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This is a game to test our vocabularies. It’s a simple idea I came up with while bored.Points:Team A: 0Team B: 0Teams:If you comment first, you are part of Team A, and if you comment second, you are part of team B. The third commenter will be part of Team A, and the next Team B. You get the point.I guess the first and second people can name their teams if they want.How to play:After the comment directly before yours, which will contain one word, name a synonym for it unless you are the first person of your team to comment (in which case you name an antonym). If the word has multiple definitions, you are free to choose which definition you use as a reference.The goal is to find the word I provide again without repeating any words already used (and its morphologically altered forms ) via the naming of synonyms of one of its antonyms. For example, if the word I give is swim, the first person of a team could say drown, an antonym. The next person in their team could say sink, a synonym. From there, the team keeps using synonyms in hopes of somehow getting back to the original word, which is the only word that may be used twice—once by me and another time by the person who manages to get to it.Try not to look up words, but feel free to check if what you think may be a synonym or antonym really is one. Additionally, avoid commenting more than three successive time—let someone else go after you.Each team gets a different word and receives a new one each time they get back to the original word. They get one point for each time they get back.Team A, your word is walk.Team B, your word is look.
Comment a word that makes a compound (open, hyphenated, or closed)with the word above.Example:BikeChainSawDustPanSearedAll compounds must be read top to bottom. Example:GrapeShotGunThe bottom word is shotgun, not gunshot, I just wanted to clarify.I will start you off with ghost.
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