# Puzzle 55: Wordominoes 3. Time to employ some circular logic.

Last Friday’s Anagram Crossword solution

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The triply-checked grid strikes again! In case you missed it, my first two Wordominoes puzzles are here and here. Each letter in this grid goes in an answer across, down, and around. As with a regular crossword, I started with the longest answer (16 letters, in this case), and also just like a regular crossword (but unlike my first two of these grids), I didn’t finish with the same cage configuration that I started with. It’s a little harder to change around the lines after you’ve constructed much of this kind of puzzle, but it worked out very smoothly for me this time and I didn’t have to tear out much of the grid at all. (For the record, it was in the upper right.)

I’ll be back with another freestyle crossword puzzle, of course, on Tuesday. The answer to Freestyle 33 will appear there too. But I hope this will tide you over until then.

As always, I’d like to know, folks… comment is welcome! Come say hello! Let me know how you did! What did you like? What could I do better?

## 4 thoughts on “Puzzle 55: Wordominoes 3. Time to employ some circular logic.”

1. Mansfield Parker says:

The solution to Anagram Crossword #3 doesn’t make sense to me, specifically 16A, 19A, 62A, 63A, 66A, and 68A. Could you please explain? Thank you!

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1. Uh oh… it’s correct in Across Lite but I must have forgotten to change it in the text solution… 16A is BASE (ABES), 19A is ELSE (EELS) in the grid. 62A is OPED (DOPE), 63A is CAMO (COMA), 66A is PANE (NAPE). 68A is correct in the text solution — anagram is SWAIN.

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1. Mansfield Parker says:

Ah I see. Thank you very much!

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