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Rock is a type of music. Cotton is a type of c_________. (Hint: it's sold at fairs and carnivals.)



what is the answer to the analogie rock : music:: cotton

homophone for guessed


A homophone for guessed is guest.


hi

steps:dance as
? Stem:petal
? stripe:flag
?Shade:lamp
Garde:tomato
?can:bottle

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