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March 2nd, 2014: SKEG

Definition: SKEG*SKEGS n a timber that connects the keel and sternpost of a ship

Anagrams: kegs

Hooks: skegG skegS

Ana-hooks: geCks geEks

'Typos': skag skee skeo skep sker skew skug

Blana-grams: Ages Akes Begs Desk egGs egIs egOs eIks ekEs eLks eNgs eRgs eRks eskY eUks eWks Fegs gAes geCk geDs geEk geEs geLs geMs geNs geOs gesT geTs gIes gOes gUes kAes keAs keBs keDs keFs keKs keNs kePs kesH kesT keTs keYs kUes Legs Leks Megs Neks Okes Pegs Regs sAge sAke seEk segO segS seIk sekT seRk sIke sOke sPek sYke Tegs Ukes Yesk Zeks

Extensions: skegGS MAskegS MUskegS skegGER skegGERS MAskeg(S) MUskeg(S)

Sub-anagrams: es keg seg


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