In this game, you will see a clue like the one above. Each part of the clue refers to a word with a different meaning to the other, but with exactly the same spelling. It;s that simple: “ash” is a type of tree and also the remains of something burnt. It’s really that simple.

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Superficial similarities

Superficial similarities, Set 1

Each question has clues to two different words which are spelled and pronounced exactly the same.

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Smooth and put away.

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To get the small boat, you have to set it off.

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It’s a simple small body of water.

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Go out with the sticky fruit.

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It’s a bad habit for this to hold you tightly in place.

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Superficial similarities

Superficial similarities, Set 2

Each question has clues to two different words which are spelled and pronounced exactly the same.

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Stay out of sight to get the skin.

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A strip of cloth might be good for a collective.

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Belonging to a body with two stripes.

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Get serious from the back of the ship.

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An evergreen might help you deal with the thing you sorrow for.

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