Barking Up The Right Tree July 17, 2011

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Every answer is a compound word or a familiar two-word phrase in which each part is a single syllable. The vowel sound in the first half is a long I, and the vowel sound in the second half is a long O. For example, given the clue "something found on a fir tree," the answer would be "pine cone."



Every answer is a compound word or a familiar two-word phrase in which each part is a single syllable. The vowel sound in the first half is a long I, and the vowel sound in the second half is a long O. For example, given the clue "something found on a fir tree," the answer would be "pine cone."