Perfect Practice Makes Perfect
Inner page Header Image

Holiday Puzzle #15 – Challenging Missing Word Puzzles

The solution often turns out more beautiful than the puzzle.” – Richard Dawkins

Following the Monday theme for my 2014 Holiday Puzzles, today’s puzzles are another set of Missing Word Puzzles. I’ve received a lot of great feedback from everyone about the the Missing Work Puzzles #1 and #8.  Today’s are a bit more challenging.  I have provided some clues at the end to hopefully prompt or guide you in the right direction.

Just like the last two Monday’s, in each puzzle, a word or words are missing, replaced by their first letter.  In order to solve each puzzle, you need to find the missing words.  Here’s an example of how they work:

Puzzle:       12 I in a F

The solution is     “12 INCHES in a FOOT

Below are ten puzzles to try

  • 2 P in a P

  • 3 H on a T

  • 3 S (M, L and C)

  • 3 N of DD (H, L and D)

  • 3 A in every T

  • 2 O in a DP

  • 6 F on a C

  • 10 M in a C

  • 12 D in a G

  • 5 V in the A

These are just fun puzzles to ponder.  They are not original puzzles, but I still like to share them.  Good Luck and pass the puzzles onto others who may enjoy them! 

Here are some clues, in no specific order – Dinosaur, Metric, Baseball, Disney, N’yuk, 3D, Vegatable, Shapes, Letters and Measurement.

Leave a Reply