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5 pictures, 1 special property

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Look at the pictures above. Each represents a word.

When you take these words together, you will see that they all share a common special property.

Can you figure out what this property is?

6 Comments to “5 pictures, 1 special property”


  1. engjs1960 | Profile

    Purple, orange, ninth, silver, and month are words that are supposed to have no rhyme in English, although most of them actually do.


  2. Shawn | PUZZLE GRANDMASTER | Profile

    Well, it took a while, but I think I have it.


    PURPLE
    ORANGE
    NINTH
    SILVER??
    MONTH


    All are words with no rhymes. Twas orange & ninth that took my mind in the right direction.


    There may be a better fit for the plate than SILVER, not sure if that is what you were looking for. Maybe WOMAN or CIRCULAR?


  3. Bobo The Bear | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    The words are:
    Purple, Orange, Ninth, Silver, & Month.
    None of these words has a common English language rhyme.


  4. RK | Founder | Profile

    Very good you 3 above, those are the words , that supposedly have no rhyme…


    engjs1960 is making a nice showing these past several weeks!


  5. Hex | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    @RK, you are right to use the word ‘supposedly’ as some of these words may have rhymes.


    Month rhymes with en-plus-oneth (n + 1)th, a mathematical term; also hundred-and-oneth (= hundred-and-first)


    Purple rhymes with curple (the hindquarters of a horse or donkey) and hirple (to walk with a limp)
    reference: http://encarta.msn.com/diction.....irple.html


    I though the photos represent:
    1- Shoes. Purple color may be due to a bad handling of the photo
    2- Blossom due to having both flowers and oranges
    3- Amendment, right, people
    4- Some king
    5- Calendar, month, year
    :D


  6. Mashplum | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    purple, orange, ninth, silver, calendar


    All of these words are very hard to rhyme.


    except orange – doorhinge!


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