Word Craze Japan - Level 121

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Japan - Level 121

What word can go after the following to form brand new words?

Over

To suspend a picture on a wall:

Hang

It's not right?

Left

They don't ____ 'em like they used to:

Make

____ a fast one (be deceptive):

Pull

What an insomniac lacks?

Sleep

Give and ____:

Take

What is this steep plunge?
Nosedive

Nosedive

A facial accessory for pirates:

Eyepatch

Microscopic rods and spheres that can cause illness:

Bacteria

The background objects of a theatrical production:

Scenery

What is this first name of this formerly temperamental tennis player?
Roger

Roger

Clear, protective finish applied to furniture:

Varnish

To change TV channels, you need a ______ control:

Remote

Mr. is an abbreviation of the word ______:

Mister

J.K ______ was the first person to become a billionaire for writing books, notable Harry Potter:

Rowling

Stephen King is widely known for his works in this genre, including "It" and "Carrie":

Horror

H.P. _______ pioneered the cosmic horror genre, particularly with his Cthulhu mythos:

Lovecraft

Jane Austen critiqued the British gentry in "Sense and ________" and "Pride and Prejudice":

Sensibility

In George Orwell's dystopian vision of the future, "1984", this entity sees all:

Bigbrother

Creator of Tom Sawyer, Samuel Clemens is better known by this pen name:

Marktwain

James Joyce's novel, "Ulysses" intentionally parallels this Greek epic to great effect:

Odyssey

Roald Dahl is known for books like "Matilda", "The Twits" and a factory that specialized in this:

Chocolate

Anne Rice is best known for her series of books which included an "Interview" with this mythical creature:

Vampire

Dr. Seuss is an author who wrote many a rhyme, including stories starring this fancy feline:

Catinthehat
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