Using the BrainTracker grid below, how many words can you find? Each word must contain the central
I and no letter can be used twice, however, the letters do not have to be connected. Proper nouns are not allowed, however, plurals are. Can you find the nine letter word?
Excellent: 68 words. Good: 45 words. Average: 30 words.
[Ref: ZNJK] © Kevin Stone
ail, aim, alien, alpine, amino, ciao, cinema, claim, clime, clip, coil, coin, compile, complain, epic, ice, iceman, icon, imp, impale, impel, in, income, ion, lice, lie, lima, lime, limp, line, lion, lip, loci, loin, mail, main, malice, manic, menial, mica, mice, mile, mince, mine, nail, nice, nil, nip, oil, oilcan, opine, pail, pain, panic, pelican, pencil, pi, piano, pica, pie, pile, pin, pine, plaice, plain, polemic, police, POLICEMAN.
aeonic, ai, ail, aim, ain, alien, aline, alnico, aloin, alpine, ami, amice, amie, amin, amine, amino, amnic, anemic, ani, anil, anile, anime, anomic, anomie, apneic, apnoeic, cain, camion, campi, campion, capelin, caplin, ceil, ciao, cine, cinema, cineol, cion, claim, clime, cline, clip, coil, coin, colin, compile, complain, complin, compline, coni, elain, eloin, emic, encomia, enolic, eolian, epic, epical, ice, iceman, icon, ilea, ileac, imp, impale, impanel, impel, impone, in, income, inlace, ion, laic, lain, lampion, lapin, lei, li, liane, lice, lie, lien, lima, limacon, liman, lime, limen, limn, limo, limp, limpa, lin, linac, line, lino, lion, lip, lipoma, loci, loin, lomein, mail, maile, main, malic, malice, maline, manciple, manic, manioc, maniple, melanic, melic, menial, mi, mica, mice, mien, mil, mile, milo, milpa, mina, minae, mince, mine, moil, moline, monie, nail, naoi, nice, nicol, nil, nim, nip, nipa, noil, oil, oilcamp, oilcan, oilman, oilmen, oleic, olein, opaline, opine, pail, pain, panic, panicle, pein, pelican, pemican, pencil, penial, pi, pia, pial, pian, piano, pic, pica, pical, pice, pie, pile, pilea, pima, pin, pina, pine, pineal, pinocle, pinole, pion, plaice, plain, plica, plicae, plie, poi, polemic, police, POLICEMAN.
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