Riddle help

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what's in beat, but not bait;
In grief, but not in sadness;
In noise, but not in sound;
In duo, but not in madness?

There is a pattern. What can it be??

Can anyone help me with this one...I am stuck!! Thanks

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the answer is the letter e.

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But what about duo?? It doesn't have an e....I thought that, too, but didn't think it would work because of duo.

What do you think??

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True...so I guess the whole e thing doesn't work??

I think that I need to look at it differently, but it is just not coming to me. I think these kinds of puzzles are really tricky.

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I was asking the same question.

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didnt help dang it

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I HAVE IT ITS THAT THE FIRST VOWEL COMES AFTER THE SECOND VOWEL IN THE ALPHABET HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

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That doesn't make sense either, cause A doesn't come after E or O.

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the first vowel comes after the second vowel trust me i know!!!!!!!!!!

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the first vowel comes after the second vowel trust me i know!!!!!!!!!! ya only in the first set

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e.i.e.i.o??

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ik can anyone find the answer to this odd puzzle if so please reply to this i need help with homewrk!!

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techinically the vowel thing is right if you think on it. the riddle is meant to be confusing, and if you know where to look, its kind of a trick question. i read the riddle three times until i saw it and realized it was obvious XD

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the vowels arent DIRECTLY before the other vowels. it is in the order they are commonly listed in. its not perfect, but its a riddle :3

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That is right, I turned it in

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