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1 1 100 Cijfers(40) Available letters: A B D E G I K L N O P Q S T U V S E Q B V O G B I E P A L V Q G P N E I O I P N G B B U D Q T O G L B V S U P G O D S I Q A K N V U Q N P K T D B Q S G N L A I P V O T P E K G L D T S Q G N T N V L B K O L U B V L K P Q L A P T O G ADD AGE AID AIL ALL AND ANT APE APT ASK ASS BAD BAN BAT BED BEE BEG BET BID BIG BIT BOA BOG BUG BUS BUT DEN DIE DIG DIP DOG DOT DUB DUE EAT EBB EEL EGG END GAG GAL GAP GAS GET GOD GUN GUT INK INN ITS KEN KID KIT LAB LAD LAG LAP LEG LET LID LIE LIP LOO NAB NIP NOD NOT NUB NUT OAK ODD OIL OLD ONE OPT OUT PAD PAL PEG PET PIE PIG PIN PIP PIT POT PUS PUT SAD SAP SEA SEE SET SIN SIP SIT SKI SON SUN TAP TEA TEN TIE TIN TIP TIT TOE TOO TOP TUB TUP USA USE VAN VAT VIE

2 2 100 Cijfers(34) Available letters: A C E H I M O P Q R T U V W Y Z Q E Z O U U M C P O V I Z Q Z W T P E V M U W U Y R H O H T C P T A E Y R I Y Q E A I R V I Q Y T E H C O Y E V P A C W H C O M R T Y A V Z U V I P C O Y Z R H V Q C V P W H Z R O Q M P V A H U M Z V ACT AHA AIM AIR APE APT ARC ARE ARM ART AYE CAP CAR CAT CAW COO COP COW CRY CUE CUM CUP CUT EAR EAT ERA ERR EYE HAM HAT HAY HER HEW HIP HIT HOE HOP HOW HUE HUM HUT ICE IMP IRE IVY MAP MAR MAW MAY MEW MOO MOW OAR OHM OPT OUT OWE PAW PAY PER PET PEW PIE PIP PIT POT PUT RAM RAT RAW RAY RIM RIP ROE ROT ROW RUE RUM RYE TAP TAR TEA THE THY TIE TIP TIT TOE TOO TOP TOW TRY TUP TWO VAT VIE VOW WAR WAY WHO WHY WOE WOO YAM YEA YEP YET YEW YOU

3 3 100 Cijfers(39) Available letters: A E G H J M N O P R T U V W Y Z N Y T A Z W P W V O J T R Y A M Y T G H R J V M U Z G Y Z O M W O A V M J G E U Z N G E P O M R J H W P R M Y G Z U E Z A N H O N J O G V W P M U M T O Z J V N T R H Z J N M U J U T W N M H Y P W V R AGE AHA ANT ANY APE APT ARE ARM ART AYE EAR EAT EGG ERA ERR EYE GAG GAP GAY GEM GET GUM GUN GUT GUY HAM HAT HAY HEN HER HEW HOE HOG HOP HOW HUE HUM HUT JAM JAR JAW JOY JUG MAN MAP MAR MAW MAY MEW MOO MOW MUG NAY NEW NOT NOW NUT OAR OHM ONE OPT OUT OWE OWN PAW PAY PEG PER PET PEW POT PUT RAG RAM RAT RAW RAY ROE ROT ROW RUE RUM RUN RYE TAP TAR TEA TEN THE THY TOE TOO TOP TOW TRY TUP TWO VAN VAT VOW WAG WAN WAR WAY WHO WHY WOE WOO YAM YEA YEN YEP YET YEW YON YOU

4 4 100 Cijfers(43) Available letters: A C E F I J K M N O P R S T V Y C T K M R N P R N E A I O J V A P M F S R N Y R S A M V F R C N P S M K V R C A J P S V A M K S I T K F A J N N Y J R T M E S J N C T R I F M S E J M T R A Y T F E N I V A E P C N F F O R I V P M E Y ACT AFT AIM AIR ANT ANY APE APT ARC ARE ARM ART ASK ASS AYE CAN CAP CAR CAT CON COO COP CRY EAR EAT ERA ERR EYE FAN FAR FAT FEN FIN FIR FIT FOE FOR FRY ICE IMP INK INN IRE ITS IVY JAM JAR JOY KEN KEY KIT MAN MAP MAR MAY MOO NAY NIP NOT OAK OAR OFF ONE OPT PAY PER PET PIE PIN PIP PIT POT RAM RAT RAY RIM RIP ROE ROT RYE SAP SAY SEA SEE SET SIN SIP SIR SIT SKI SKY SON SPY STY TAP TAR TEA TEN TIE TIN TIP TIT TOE TOO TOP TRY VAN VAT VIE YAM YEA YEN YEP YES YET YON

5 1 100 Cijfers(40) Available letters: A B D E G I K L N O P Q S T U V S P T K L E U D Q N I A B V G O N G B I T Q S K O V E D P A L U V Q L D O A B G P U T S N E K I O E U A I P N V K G B L S T Q D P A K B V U D S E L Q T I N O G T L N E B O K A I D V G Q S U P G O D S P L I Q A K N U T B V E I U V Q E G T N B S P O D L A K L N P V U K G E T O D B A I S Q K S E G N D Q B L A U I V O P T Q B I U A V O T N P S E K G D L A D O T S I L P V Q G K E U N B U T Q O D N A I G E K V L P B S E K S P G B V O D T L N U Q I A B V A L K T P U S I O Q G D E N D I G N Q S E L U B A P O K T V ADD AGE AID AIL ALL AND ANT APE APT ASK ASS BAD BAN BAT BED BEE BEG BET BID BIG BIT BOA BOG BUG BUS BUT DEN DIE DIG DIP DOG DOT DUB DUE EAT EBB EEL EGG END GAG GAL GAP GAS GET GOD GUN GUT INK INN ITS KEN KID KIT LAB LAD LAG LAP LEG LET LID LIE LIP LOO NAB NIP NOD NOT NUB NUT OAK ODD OIL OLD ONE OPT OUT PAD PAL PEG PET PIE PIG PIN PIP PIT POT PUS PUT SAD SAP SEA SEE SET SIN SIP SIT SKI SON SUN TAP TEA TEN TIE TIN TIP TIT TOE TOO TOP TUB TUP USA USE VAN VAT VIE

6 2 100 Cijfers(34) Available letters: A C E H I M O P Q R T U V W Y Z Q R E H Y M A Z I O V U C W P T T U M C P O V I A H W R Y Z Q E Y O I Z H W Q R T P E C V M A U V A P W T E C U M Y Z Q R I H O O Q R I M H W T U E C Z P A Y V Z T A E U V Y C W R P H O Q I M M C H Y Q P Z E V A O I W T U R P W V U A R I O Q M Y T E H Z C I M T O Z Y E V P U Q A H C R W H E W P C Q O M R T I Y A U V Z U V Q A R I T P C Z H W M O E Y C Y Z R W U H A E V M O Q P T I A I C V E Z P Q Y W U M T R O H W Z Y T I C R H O Q A V U E M P R P O M V A U W H I T E Z Y C Q E H U Q O T M Y Z C R P I V W A ACT AHA AIM AIR APE APT ARC ARE ARM ART AYE CAP CAR CAT CAW COO COP COW CRY CUE CUM CUP CUT EAR EAT ERA ERR EYE HAM HAT HAY HER HEW HIP HIT HOE HOP HOW HUE HUM HUT ICE IMP IRE IVY MAP MAR MAW MAY MEW MOO MOW OAR OHM OPT OUT OWE PAW PAY PER PET PEW PIE PIP PIT POT PUT RAM RAT RAW RAY RIM RIP ROE ROT ROW RUE RUM RYE TAP TAR TEA THE THY TIE TIP TIT TOE TOO TOP TOW TRY TUP TWO VAT VIE VOW WAR WAY WHO WHY WOE WOO YAM YEA YEP YET YEW YOU

7 3 100 Cijfers(39) Available letters: A E G H J M N O P R T U V W Y Z H O J N E Y T R A V P Z G W M U G P W U V M O J E H T N Z R Y A R E V A N U Z W M Y J G H P O T Y T M Z G H A P O U R W J V N E W M P Y O J H T R N U V E A G Z U G E J P R N Y H A Z T O M V W O R A H W V M Z J G Y E P T U N V Z N T U G E A W P O M R Y J H J A U W T P V E Z R M Y N O H G P H T O Z W R M N J G A Y U E V M V Z G A N Y H P O E U W J T R N Y R E J O U G V T W H A Z P M E U H M R T G O Y Z A J V N W P T W O R H Z J N G M V P U E A Y A J G V Y E P U T W N R M H Z O Z N Y P M A W V U E H O T G R J AGE AHA ANT ANY APE APT ARE ARM ART AYE EAR EAT EGG ERA ERR EYE GAG GAP GAY GEM GET GUM GUN GUT GUY HAM HAT HAY HEN HER HEW HOE HOG HOP HOW HUE HUM HUT JAM JAR JAW JOY JUG MAN MAP MAR MAW MAY MEW MOO MOW MUG NAY NEW NOT NOW NUT OAR OHM ONE OPT OUT OWE OWN PAW PAY PEG PER PET PEW POT PUT RAG RAM RAT RAW RAY ROE ROT ROW RUE RUM RUN RYE TAP TAR TEA TEN THE THY TOE TOO TOP TOW TRY TUP TWO VAN VAT VOW WAG WAN WAR WAY WHO WHY WOE WOO YAM YEA YEN YEP YET YEW YON YOU

8 4 100 Cijfers(43) Available letters: A C E F I J K M N O P R S T V Y C I T O K V Y M R A N J E S F P P R F S C N E A I O Y K T J V M E A K V O P T J M F S C Y R N I M Y N J I R F S T V E P O C K A A M S Y V F K R E J T I C O P N O J P N T A C Y K S R M F E I V T K V R M I O E N C P F A Y S J F E C I P J S N V Y A O M K R T S O I T E K M F Y P V A J N C R N V A E Y C P O J I K R S T M F Y F M K R S J V O N C T I P A E J C R P N T A I F E M S K V Y O I N E F J M R C P K O Y V A T S R P O M A Y V K S T F E N I J C V T Y A S E I P C M J N R F O K K S J C F O N T A R I V P M E Y ACT AFT AIM AIR ANT ANY APE APT ARC ARE ARM ART ASK ASS AYE CAN CAP CAR CAT CON COO COP CRY EAR EAT ERA ERR EYE FAN FAR FAT FEN FIN FIR FIT FOE FOR FRY ICE IMP INK INN IRE ITS IVY JAM JAR JOY KEN KEY KIT MAN MAP MAR MAY MOO NAY NIP NOT OAK OAR OFF ONE OPT PAY PER PET PIE PIN PIP PIT POT RAM RAT RAY RIM RIP ROE ROT RYE SAP SAY SEA SEE SET SIN SIP SIR SIT SKI SKY SON SPY STY TAP TAR TEA TEN TIE TIN TIP TIT TOE TOO TOP TRY VAN VAT VIE YAM YEA YEN YEP YES YET YON

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