Wordscapes Level 104 Answers Puzzle

Are you struggling to beat Wordscapes Level 104? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! This level can be tricky, but with our little help, you’ll be able to solve it easily. Here the words below.

LATEST WORD: SUE

You can find detailed explanations of the words in the puzzle below. PDF explanation also here.

Words in Puzzle:

  • ADS: short form of advertisement, a commercial message designed to promote a product or service.
  • CUE: a signal, such as a word or gesture, to begin a specific action or speech.
  • SAD: feeling sorrow; unhappy.
  • SEA: a large body of salt water that covers much of the earth’s surface.
  • SUE: to take legal action against (someone) in order to obtain a remedy for a wrong or grievance.
  • USE: the act of using something or the state of being used.
  • ACES: the highest-ranking card in a suit in a deck of playing cards or a card game.
  • CASE: a particular instance of something; an example.
  • CUES: a signal, such as a word or gesture, to begin a specific action or speech.
  • DUES: a payment made by a member of an organization to cover its expenses.
  • USED: something that has been previously owned or used by someone else.
  • CAUSE: the reason why something happens.
  • SAUCE: a liquid or semisolid food served as an accompaniment to meat, fish, or other food.
  • CAUSED: to bring about, create or make something happen.

Bonus Words in Puzzle:

  • ACE: a playing card with a single spot on it, ranked as the highest card in its suit in most card games.
  • ACED: to hit an ace in a game or sport.
  • CAD: a man who behaves dishonorably or disrespectfully, especially toward women.
  • CADS: informal term for a man who behaves in an dishonorable or disrespectful way, especially towards women.
  • CASED: to examine or investigate thoroughly.
  • CUD: a wad of partially chewed food that is regurgitated and chewed again by certain animals, such as cows and sheep.
  • CUED: to signal or indicate to someone to do something.
  • DUE: something that is owed or expected to be paid or done.
  • SAC: a bag or pouch, especially one containing fluid.
  • SAUCED: to add sauce to a dish or food.
  • SUED: to take legal action against (someone) in order to obtain a remedy for a wrong or grievance.
  • SCAD: a fish of the mackerel family, typically found in warm waters, often used as food.
  • SCUD: to move rapidly, especially through the air or over water, with little control or stability.

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