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MorphWord Puzzles

MorphWord Puzzles are elementary in concept: the solver morphs a word into a related word in steps by changing a single letter at each time to form a new word. What isn't elementary is solving MorphWords that require 7, 8, 9, even 10 or more steps to make the change.


(For a new daily ChangeWord Puzzle click on All-Star Puzzles. )

  • MorphWords # 541 & 542 (12 April 2002)
    PASS->BUCK like a hot potato to SHIFT->BLAME on someone else.

  • MorphWords # 539 & 540 (10 April 2002)
    Four U. S. Presidents were POLK->TAFT and FORD->BUSH.

  • MorphWords # 537 & 538 (3 April 2002)
    If you BANG->KNEE on the computer table, you'll let out a LOUD->YELP.

  • MorphWords # 535 & 536 (1 April 2002)
    Three of our favorite soups are CRAB->LEEK, and split PEA->HAM.

  • MorphWords # 533 & 534 (14 March 2002)
    People who WATCH->CLOCK so they can STOP->WORK exactly at quitting time probably don't enjoy their jobs.

  • MorphWords # 531 & 532 (12 March 2002)
    If you leave the CAP->OFF the can, your SODA->FLAT.

  • MorphWords # 529 & 530 (8 March 2002)
    Someone who is at another's BECK->CALL had better be ready to JUMP->TO IT.

  • MorphWords # 527 & 528 (5 March 2002)
    When you follow a recipe you may MELT->DICE or DRAIN->GRATE.

  • MorphWords # 525 & 526 (28 February 2002)
    Four kinds of sharks are SAND->BULL and NURSE->TIGER.

  • MorphWords # 523 & 524 (25 February 2002)
    Everyone is entitled to a FAIR->WAGE for a fair DAY'S->WORK.

  • MorphWords # 521 & 522 (21 February 2002)
    Morning, noon, and night we BRUSH->TEETH in the BATH->ROOM.

  • MorphWords # 519 & 520 (19 February 2002)
    DOGS->BARK; CATS->PURR.

  • MorphWords # 517 & 518 (15 February 2002)
    A boxer will SKIP->ROPE and SPAR->MATE to train for a bout.

  • MorphWords # 515 & 516 (13 February 2002)
    The firetruck PUMPS->WATER through FIRE->HOSE onto the burning building.

  • MorphWords # 513 & 514 (8 February 2002)
    John Steinbeck has given us two great novels: EAST of EDEN and The GRAPEs of WRATH.

  • MorphWords # 511 & 512 (5 February 2002)
    CRpuzzles loves the Star Wars series, especially when LUKE and YODA oppose DARTH->VADER.

  • MorphWords # 509 & 510 (30 January 2002)
    Circus marksmen sometimes put on BLIND->FOLDS before trying TRICK->SHOTS.

  • MorphWords # 507 & 508 (28 January 2002)
    Is there a lamer excuse to BEG >OFF from a date than "I have to WASH my HAIR"?

  • MorphWords # 505 & 506 (25 January 2002)
    A SMART->ALECK may be someone who KNOWS->IT ALL, but can he solve a tough MorphWords Puzzle?

  • MorphWords # 503 & 504 (22 January 2002)
    We say a person who SNOREs->ALOUD "SAWS->WOOD."

  • MorphWords # 501 & 502 (17 January 2002)
    The TERM->GEEK was used to describe a performer in a carnival SIDE->SHOW.

  • MorphWords # 499 & 500 (16 January 2002)
    For CRpuzzles' 500th MorphWords, we invite solvers to the toughest golf course in puzzleland: take 15 strokes with your WEDGE and IRONS and 11 PUTTS >GREEN.

  • MorphWords # 497 & 498 (14 January 2002)
    Are you a member of the OVER->HILL->GANG like we are?

  • MorphWords # 495 & 496 (10 January 2002)
    One way to SLIM->DOWN is to avoid FATTY->FOODS.

  • MorphWords # 493 & 494 (8 January 2002)
    Someone who TOES->LINE always HEEDS->RULES.

  • MorphWords # 491 & 492 (3 January 2002)
    Tonight, Miami and Nebraska meet in the ROSE->BOWL to decide the BEST->TEAM in college football.

  • MorphWords # 489 & 490 (31 December 2001)
    We hope your New YEAR'S->PARTY is a GALA->FETE.

  • MorphWords # 487 & 488 (28 December 2001)
    It gets VERY->COLD when the temperatures DROP<-ZERO.

  • MorphWords # 485 & 486 (24 December 2001)
    WRAP->GIFT, TIE->BOW around it, and put it under the Christmas tree.

  • MorphWords # 483 & 484 (19 December 2001)
    CLOTH comes in BOLTS while PAPER is sold in REAMS.

  • MorphWords # 481 & 482 (17 December 2001)
    Having a BAND->CREW or TEAM->GANG to help lightens the work load.

  • MorphWords # 479 & 480 (13 December 2001)
    At Aspen or Sun Valley, Lake Placid or Killington, the ardent skier rides LIFTS->SLOPE and then SKIS->DOWN.

  • MorphWords # 477 & 478 (11 December 2001)
    CRpuzzles MorphWords analogy: CHIP->FISH as BEAN->PORK.

  • MorphWords # 475 & 476 (6 December 2001)
    BELL->HOPS take our luggage to our HOTEL->ROOMS.

  • MorphWords # 473 & 474 (3 December 2001)
    Whether you TRIP or GOOF or MUFF these 3- and 4-star MorphWords puzzles, you can just go "OOPS."

  • MorphWords # 471 & 472 (28 November 2001)
    Be on the SAFE->SIDE: always cross the street at CROSS->WALKS.

  • MorphWords # 469 & 470 (26 November 2001)
    During the Christmas season, a store employee's main job may be to MARK->DOWN a SALE->ITEM.

  • MorphWords # 467 & 468 (22 November 2001)
    Today we hope you enjoy turkey GRAVY->WHITE MEAT<-YAMS on the side.

  • MorphWords # 465 & 466 (20 November 2001)
    We are planning a FINE->MEAL from SOUP->NUTS for this coming Thursday.

  • MorphWords # 463 & 464 (16 November 2001)
    If you need to hold things together, CRpuzzles suggests BOLT->NAIL or RIVET->SCREW.

  • MorphWords # 461 & 462 (13 November 2001)
    In the old days of pro wrestling, Bruno Sammartino would win with BEAR->HUGS. Now, the Undertaker uses CHOKE->SLAMS to defeat his opponents.

  • MorphWords # 459 & 460 (8 November 2001)
    From high school to college, teams win with HAND->OFFS to the TAIL->BACK.

  • MorphWords # 457 & 458 (6 November 2001)
    MorphWords recommended reading: Men Are FROM->MARS, WOMEN<-VENUS by John Gray.

  • MorphWords # 455 & 456 (2 November 2001)
    TURN->DOOR->KNOB on these medium difficulty MorphWord Puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 453 & 454 (30 October 2001)
    When you go TRICK->TREATing tomorrow night, don't let a wicked WITCH->SCARE you away from your goal: candy, candy, candy.

  • MorphWords # 451 & 452 (26 October 2001)
    The ARCH->DUKE proudly displays his family COAT->ARMS, a pair of 7's, each above 3 Stars.

  • MorphWords # 449 & 450 (15 October 2001)
    These days, the HEAD->LINE->NEWS is all about Afghanistan.

  • MorphWords # 447 & 448 (9 October 2001)
    It's always nice to HEAR->GOOD->NEWS.

  • MorphWords # 445 & 446 (4 October 2001)
    PULL->PLUG in the tub and watch the SOAPY->WATER go down the drain.

  • MorphWords # 443 & 444 (2 October 2001)
    Cooks in WALES make generous use of LEEKS in their TASTY->SOUPS.

  • MorphWords # 441 & 442 (28 September 2001)
    In the comics, SALLY->FORTH always sallies forth to MEET->LIFE head-on.

  • MorphWords # 439 & 440 (24 September 2001)
    Martin SHEEN->STARS as the President in the hit TV program "The WEST->WING."

  • MorphWords # 437 & 438 (21 September 2001)
    DOVES->WHITE while the RAVEN->BLACK. Right, E. A.?

  • MorphWords # 435 & 436 (19 September 2001)
    One reason we still love SEIN->FELD is because a PLOT->LINE will run and skip through a number of shows.

  • MorphWords # 433 & 434 (13 September 2001)
    Teenagers go GAGA->OVER the latest ROCK->STAR.

  • MorphWords # 431 & 432 (12 September 2001)
    Early navigators used the POLE->STAR to GUIDE->SHIPS.

  • MorphWords # 429 & 430 (6 September 2001)
    One way to CROSS->RIVER is to ride on FERRY->BOATS.

  • MorphWords # 427 & 428 (4 September 2001)
    There's a world of difference between being POKER->FACED and having a BLANK->STARE.

  • MorphWords # 425 & 426 (31 August 2001)
    FUNNY->FOLKS like Lucille Ball and Sid Caesar kept us howling with their GAGS and a JOKE or two.

  • MorphWords # 423 & 424 (28 August 2001)
    A definite MENU->ITEM for summer meals is CANTA->LOUPE.

  • MorphWords # 421 & 422 (22 August 2001)
    Now is when a farmer needs SCARE->CROWS to keep the BIRDS away from his CROPS.

  • MorphWords # 419 & 420 (20 August 2001)
    If you put a HORN->KID'S->BIKE, he'll enjoy honking as he rides.

  • MorphWords # 417 & 418 (16 August 2001)
    If you vacation in the Rockies and are afraid of heights, DON'T->LOOK->DOWN.

  • MorphWords # 415 & 416 (14 August 2001)
    After a day splashing in the surf of the OUTER->BANKS, it's fun to play Putt PUTT->GOLF in the evening.

  • MorphWords # 413 & 414 (10 August 2001)
    When you're dry, DRINK->GLASS->WATER instead of soda to really quench your thirst.

  • MorphWords # 411 & 412 (6 August 2001)
    After he POPS->CORN, Dad ADDS->SALT to make a TV time snack.

  • MorphWords # 409 & 410 (3 August 2001)
    Only someone who RIDES->HORSE extremely well should attempt to PLAY->POLO.

  • MorphWords # 407 & 408 (31 July 2001)
    A red ACE->TEN beats a black JACK->KING every time at Blackjack.

  • MorphWords # 405 & 406 (27 July 2001)
    People who are CARE->FREE act so HAPPY-go>LUCKY.

  • MorphWords # 403 & 404 (23 July 2001)
    You still get PURE-WOOL from a BLACK->SHEEP.

  • MorphWords # 401 & 402 (18 July 2001)
    Helpful hint: bait MOUSE->TRAPS<-BREAD so the mouse can't nibble without tugging.

  • MorphWords # 399 & 400 (17 July 2001)
    If Stan had listened to Ollie, the duo may have been able to STEER->CLEAR of a FINE->MESS or two--but they wouldn't have been as funny.

  • MorphWords # 397 & 398 (12 July 2001)
    The BLUE->BELL and HOLLY->HOCKS brighten up any garden.

  • MorphWords # 395 & 396 (10 July 2001)
    Baltimore Oriole legend Cal Ripken, Jr., will BAT->ALL-STAR->GAME for the last time this evening.

  • MorphWords # 393 & 394 (5 July 2001)
    Lots of BASE->HITS make a baseball SLUG->FEST.

  • MorphWords # 391 & 392 (2 July 2001)
    If you have to deal with a WASP->NEST in your eaves, be careful: WASPS->STING!

  • MorphWords # 389 & 390 (28 June 2001)
    Super challenging lives make a Super Challenger MorphWords Puzzle: selfless members of the PEACE->CORPS help TEACH and BUILD around the globe.

  • MorphWords # 387 & 388 (26 June 2001)
    MorphsWords hint: If you wash too many DISH->PANS, you'll end up with ROUGH->HANDS.

  • MorphWords # 385 & 386 (22 June 2001)
    CRpuzzles finishes up a week of food MorphWords by baking some HOME->MADE SWEET->ROLLS.

  • MorphWords # 383 & 384 (21 June 2001)
    No restaurant makes more delicious use of the MARY->LAND BLUE->CRAB than Stoney's in Broome Island, MD.

  • MorphWords # 381 & 382 (19 June 2001)
    Our sandwich favorite is WHOLE->WHEAT->BREAD.

  • MorphWords # 379 & 380 (14 June 2001)
    BLIND->DATES sometimes end with a man on one KNEE, RING in hand.

  • MorphWords # 377 & 378 (13 June 2001)
    Are you a MAIN->STAY or a WEAK->LINK?

  • MorphWords # 375 & 376 (11 June 2001)
    On an S. S. Puzzles cruise, the SHIP->DOCK in an exotic PORT->CALL.

  • MorphWords # 373 & 374 (7 June 2001)
    In the pool, one person SWIMS->CRAWL while another glides with a FROG->KICK.

  • MorphWords # 371 & 372 (6 June 2001)
    People approach the swimming pool in various ways: one cautiously DIPS->ATOE to test the water, while another DIVES->BOARD without hesitation.

  • MorphWords # 369 & 370 (1 June 2001)
    A person who SNOREs or TALKS in his sleep will usually ROUSE or WAKEN everyone in the house but himself. Then they can turn on the computer and solve these 5-Star MorphWords Puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 367 & 368 (30 May 2001)
    When a student writes a term paper, he can CITE->TEXT from a quoted source in a FOOT->NOTE.

  • MorphWords # 365 & 366 (28 May 2001)
    As we celebrate Memorial Day, 2001, CRpuzzles salutes our armed forces: put the ARMY->TANK and the NAVY->SHIP.

  • MorphWords # 363 & 364 (25 May 2001)
    POPE->JOHN->PAUL is respected throughout the World as a man of peace.

  • MorphWords # 361 & 362 (23 May 2001)
    In order to make a COME->BACK, a person first has to have GONE->AWAY.

  • MorphWords # 359 & 360 (21 May 2001)
    CRpuzzles MorphWords analogy: POND->LAKE as BROOK->RIVER.

  • MorphWords # 357 & 358 (19 May 2001)
    You'll need more than water to WASH->AWAY SOAP->SCUM.

  • MorphWords # 355 & 356 (17 May 2001)
    A locksmith CUTS->KEYS to fit all types of HOUSE->DOORS>

  • MorphWords # 353 & 354 (15 May 2001)
    The Jaws Morphwords Puzzle: bring back the GREAT->WHITE->SHARK.

  • MorphWords # 351 & 352 (11 May 2001)
    On Mother's Day this Sunday, make MOM'S->GIFT the DAY->OFF.

  • MorphWords # 349 & 350 (10 May 2001)
    Do You Remember? A SHOE->SALE that featured WHITE->BUCKS.

  • MorphWords # 347 & 348 (9 May 2001)
    Since the GRASS->GREEN, my GOLF->GAME has improved; it's easier to find a ball in the rough than when there's snow on the ground.

  • MorphWords # 345 & 346 (5 May 2001)
    Anybody who crosses CAPT.->KIDD WALKS->PLANK.

  • MorphWords # 343 & 344 (2 May 2001)
    Do You Remember? Guys in DUCK->TAIL HAIR->CUTS.

  • MorphWords # 341 & 342 (30 April 2001)
    MATA->HARI was a real-life spy, while SCOTT and KELLY were played by Bill Cosby and Robert Culp on "I Spy."

  • MorphWords # 339 & 340 (27 April 2001)
    We never tire of watching LUKE Skywalker and Han SOLO fight the good fight in STAR->WARS.

  • MorphWords # 337 & 338 (25 April 2001)
    A BUSY->CAFE is no place to get FAST->FOOD.

  • MorphWords # 335 & 336 (23 April 2001)
    Four subtle shades are LIME->PLUM and PUCE->GRAY.

  • MorphWords # 333 & 334 (19 April 2001)
    We like our steak WELL->DONE, not DONE->RARE.

  • MorphWords # 331 & 332 (18 April 2001)
    You're walking a fine line when you SOFT->SOAP an issue without TELL->FIBS.

  • MorphWords # 329 & 330 (16 April 2001)
    It's that 5-Star time of year when the FLOWER->BLOOMS and the TREE->LEAF.

  • MorphWords # 327 & 328 (14 April 2001)
    You can crochet this MorphWord puzzle using our BALL->YARN->WOOL.

  • MorphWords # 325 & 326 (11 April 2001)
    When April Showers come your way, put on a RAIN->COAT to protect against the DOWN->POUR.

  • MorphWords # 323 & 324 (9 April 2001)
    When Mike Mussina THREW->PITCH low, the umpire called BALL->FOUR.

  • MorphWords # 321 & 322 (7 April 2001)
    To win the Masters tomorrow, a golfer will have to TEE->OFF straight and PUTT->HOLE well.

  • MorphWords # 319 & 320 (5 April 2001)
    During Space Week on CRpuzzles, when the astronomer looks through his telescope, he SEES->MOON, VENUS->STARS.

  • MorphWords # 317 & 318 (3 April 2001)
    When you cast your ballot for CRpuzzles as the BEST->SITE for MorphWords on the Web, make sure you PUNCH->CHADS all the way through.

  • MorphWords # 315 & 316 (30 March 2001)
    The Sorbonne and its artsy environs are on the LEFT->BANK of the RIVER->SEINE.

  • MorphWords # 313 & 314 (29 March 2001)
    We like to watch NORM->MAKE stuff on PBS's New Yankee WORK->SHOP

  • MorphWords # 311 & 312 (27 March 2001)
    Bird talk: the DOVE->COOS and OWLS->HOOT.

  • MorphWords # 309 & 310 (24 March 2001)
    To get off the Pennsylvania TURN->PIKE you have to pay at the TOLL->GATE.

  • MorphWords # 307 & 308 (22 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles synopsis of The Compleat Angler: to HOOK->FISH, first BAIT->HOOK.

  • MorphWords # 305 & 306 (19 March 2001)
    SCRAP->HEAPS are Heaven on Earth to PACK->RATS.

  • MorphWords # 303 & 304 (17 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles' wish for you on St. Patrick's Day: "May the ROAD->RISE up to meet you, May the WIND be always at your BACK, May the sun shine warm upon your face, And the rains fall soft upon your fields, And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand."

  • MorphWords # 301 & 302 (14 March 2001)
    In today's MorphWords puzzles, we're not trying to PLAY->MIND->GAME with the solver.

  • MorphWords # 299 & 300 (13 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles celebrates its 300th MorphWords with this FIVE->STAR, SUPER->TOUGH puzzle.

  • MorphWords # 297 & 298 (10 March 2001)
    Two words that can be both a NOUN->VERB are SEAL->BARK.

  • MorphWords # 295 & 296 (7 March 2001)
    If you let Madame Rhue READ->PALM, she can FORE->TELL your future.

  • MorphWords # 293 & 294 (5 March 2001)
    Hard or soft MARCH->WINDS decide whether March comes in like a LION->LAMB.

  • MorphWords # 291 & 292 (2 March 2001)
    From the MorphWords fashion page: The first step in making linen is to SOAK->FLAX; the first step in making silk is to feed the SILK->WORM.

  • MorphWords # 289 & 290 (1 March 2001)
    CRpuzzles beauty advice: the reason to get a MAKE->OVER is to LOOK->FEEL better.

  • MorphWords # 287 & 288 (26 February 2001)
    It's that time of year when SNOW-FALL changes into RAIN->DROP.

  • MorphWords # 285 & 286 (23 February 2001)
    After getting the SALES->CHECK, he quickly PAID->BILL.

  • MorphWords # 283 & 284 (21 February 2001)
    A BABY->RUTH is great if a person likes to CHEW->NUTS.

  • MorphWords # 281 & 282 (20 February 2001)
    And now a word from our sponsor... If you enjoy MorphWords, you'll probably like CRpuzzles CROSS->WORDS or WORD->MINE Puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 279 & 280 (17 February 2001)
    In the old days, people could SPIN->TOPS or twirl a HULA->HOOP for amusement. Now they can solve MorphWord Puzzles on-line.

  • MorphWords # 277 & 278 (14 February 2001)
    Did you give your Valentine a CANDY->HEART and a LACY->CARD?

  • MorphWords # 275 & 276 (12 February 2001)
    You can leave your HIDE->AWAY when the COAST->CLEAR.

  • MorphWords # 273 & 274 (9 February 2001)
    "I have won the Super BOWL->GAME," QUOTH->RAVEN in this Super Bowl of Morphword Puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 271 & 272 (7 February 2001)
    Only someone who SKIS->WELL should attempt a STEEP->SLOPE.

  • MorphWords # 269 & 270 (5 February 2001)
    CRpuzzles loved the way JOHN Goodman changed into FRED FLINT->STONE.

  • MorphWords # 267 & 268 (3 February 2001)
    In today's MorphWords contest, if you SPELL->WORDS correctly, you will WIN->BEE. (Hint: can you spell the word SOOTS?)

  • MorphWords # 265 & 266 (31 January 2001)
    Boys begin the scouting experience as CUBS->PACK before graduating to a bigger SCOUT->TROOP.

  • MorphWords # 263 & 264 (29 January 2001)
    According to the CRpuzzles official directory, if you NEED->HELP with a phone call, DIAL->ZERO.

  • MorphWords # 261 & 262 (27 January 2001)
    Fact: the BIRTH->STONE for JULY is the RUBY. Opinion: solving the 5+-star MorphWord Puzzle would be a gem of a job.

  • MorphWords # 259 & 260 (25 January 2001)
    Just as LIKE leads to KISS, KISS can lead to LOVE--if you play your words right.

  • MorphWords # 257 & 258 (22 January 2001)
    As the CLOCK->TICKS, and the SANDS of time trickle through the GLASS, the lone puzzler struggles to solve these two tough MorphWords.

  • MorphWords # 255 & 256 (20 January 2001)
    Play MorphWords hockey: follow a quick SLAP->SHOT with tough STICK->SAVES.

  • MorphWords # 253 & 254 (18 January 2001)
    You'll find dark LOCH->NESS in the beautiful Highlands of SCOT->LAND. You'll find shy Nessie in the cold depths of the loch.

  • MorphWords # 251 & 252 (17 January 2001)
    One of our favorite Paul Newman roles is COOL->HAND->LUKE.

  • MorphWords # 249 & 250 (12 January 2001)
    January makes us think of the white beauty of the PINE->TREE STATE--MAINE.

  • MorphWords # 247 & 248 (10 January 2001)
    Which takes longer to happen: once in a BLUE->MOON or a COLD day in JULY? In this puzzle, neither--both take 6 steps.

  • MorphWords # 245 & 246 (8 January 2001)
    In a reversal of real life, in this MorphWord Puzzle a BOY will become a MAN three times faster than GIRLS become WOMEN.

  • MorphWords # 243 & 244 (5 January 2001)
    EGGS->OVER->EASY is anything but in these double 5-star MorphWord puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 241 & 242 (3 January 2001)
    After we WASH the dishes with SOAP, a 7-step process, mother takes 6 steps as she WIPES them with a TOWEL.

  • MorphWords # 239 & 240 (2 January 2001)
    CRpuzzles cooking tip: use a PAN->FRY and POTS->BOIL and the job will be easy.

  • MorphWords # 237 & 238 (29 December 2000)
    This time of year, a STORM->SNOWS and brings GUSTY->WINDS.

  • MorphWords # 235 & 236 (28 December 2000)
    Bad, bad Leroy Brown knows there ain't nothing meaner than CRpuzzles' JUNK->YARD->DOGS.

  • MorphWords # 233 & 234 (27 December 2000)
    You'll be hard at work baking a loaf of MorphWord Puzzles WHOLE->GRAIN->BREAD.

  • MorphWords # 231 & 232 (22 December 2000)
    At fine men's apparel stores, the salesman will HELP->PICK a GOOD->SUIT that will fit perfectly.

  • MorphWords # 229 & 230 (20 December 2000)
    It's time to decorate with shiny red and green GLASS->BALLS and a silver STAR->TREE.

  • MorphWords # 227 & 228 (18 December 2000)
    We loved Al Pacino in "DOG->DAY Afternoon" but find his "SCENT of a WOMAN" a far more thought-provoking movie.

  • MorphWords # 225 & 226 (14 December 2000)
    As we bustle from shop to store, we often USE->PIN to get gift-buying CASH->ATMS.

  • MorphWords # 223 & 224 (13 December 2000)
    BURN->WOOD->FIRE to keep warm this winter (but don't burn the same word twice).

  • MorphWords # 221 & 222 (12 December 2000)
    Fire up a LONG->SHOT from THREE-POINT land to score big in today's MorphWords.

  • MorphWords # 219 & 220 (8 December 2000)
    CRpuzzles MorphWords analogies: HOME->AWAY as NEAR->GONE, 9 steps->7 steps as 4 Stars->3 Stars.

  • MorphWords # 217 & 218 (7 December 2000)
    Some people put out a SALT->LICK to LURE->DEER so they can observe and photograph them.

  • MorphWords # 215 & 216 (5 December 2000)
    Make a SAND->WICH out of LUNCH->MEATS to enjoy while you tackle this tough puzzle.

  • MorphWords # 213 & 214 (30 November 2000)
    With the NBA season fast breaking again, we'll be seeing a 3-point BANK->SHOT or a backboard-shattering SLAM->DUNK.

  • MorphWords # 211 & 212 (28 November 2000)
    The CRpuzzles Diet, hint 1: The way to stay a SIZE->FOUR is to drink only SKIM->MILK.

  • MorphWords # 209 & 210 (27 November 2000)
    A MorphWords Maxim: Except at horseshoes, a NEAR->MISS is as GOOD->MILE.

  • MorphWords # 207 & 208 (23 November 2000)
    On Thanksgiving morning, Grandma always WHIPS->CREAM to make a SIDE->DISH of creamed lettuce.

  • MorphWords # 205 & 206 (22 November 2000)
    Putting CASH->BANK is easy; investing in STOCK->BONDS takes more analysis.

  • MorphWords # 203 & 204 (20 November 2000)
    Baking CRpuzzles bread out of CORN->MEAL takes 4 steps, out of WHITE->FLOUR a tortuous 12.

  • MorphWords # 201 & 202 (16 November 2000)
    Hopefully these Morphwords 5-Star challengers won't take WEEKS->MONTH->YEARS to solve--but they're not egg-timer puzzles either!

  • MorphWords # 199 & 200 (14 November 2000)
    To visit some countries, all the traveler needs is a PASS->PORT, while other nations require VISAS->ENTER.

  • MorphWords # 197 & 198 (13 November 2000)
    Dad always GETS->LOST because he can't READ->MAPS.

  • MorphWords # 195 & 196 (9 November 2000)
    Baby Jack always smiles when he sees the JELLO->SHAKE as Mother SPOON->FEEDS him. The CRpuzzles solver sure won't smile and may shake when seeing how hard these MorphWords are.

  • MorphWords # 193 & 194 (8 November 2000)
    If Bobby Fischer had a ROOK->PAWN, would he take it to a PAWN->SHOP?

  • MorphWords # 191 & 192 (6 November 2000)
    Some football coaches like to give the ball to the HALF->BACK, but at CRpuzzles we're fans of the LONG->PASS.

  • MorphWords # 189 & 190 (3 November 2000)
    The editors encourage you to exercise your rights next Tuesday, November 7: please CAST->VOTE for GORE->BUSH or another candidate of your choice.

  • MorphWords # 187 & 188 (2 November 2000)
    CRpuzzles Gallumphing Gourmand presents dinner a la MorphWord: DUCK->SOUP and FROG-LEGS.

  • MorphWords # 185 & 186 (31 October 2000)
    It's hard to tell even little lies, When looking into BABY->BLUE->EYES.

  • MorphWords # 183 & 184 (27 October 2000)
    CHOP enough WOOD to fill the WOOD->SHED before it gets too cold.

  • MorphWords # 181 & 182 (25 October 2000)
    MorphWords puzzles fractured fairy tale time: JACK->JILL went up a hill, then Jack FELL->DOWN and broke his crown and had to spend a miserable hour at the dentist getting it replaced.

  • MorphWords # 179 & 180 (24 October 2000)
    CRpuzzles asks that age-old question: "If you have a SWEET->TOOTH, will a SOUR->BALL satisfy it?"

  • MorphWords # 177 & 178 (19 October 2000)
    It's time the WISE->BIRD FLIES->SOUTH for the winter.

  • MorphWords # 175 & 176 (18 October 2000)
    CRpuzzles MorphWords is the only place you can get BLOOD out of a STONE and a TEAR out of a ROCK.

  • MorphWords # 173 & 174 (16 October 2000)
    On football Saturdays, North Carolina State fans root for their WOLF->PACK, while all Delaware cheers on the Fighting BLUE->HENS.

  • MorphWords # 171 & 172 (13 October 2000)
    We conclude MorphWords Disaster Week with the worst possible scenario: an ATOM->BOMB is accidentally detonated. But don't get out the WORRY->BEADS just yet--it's just a puzzle, not for real.

  • MorphWords # 169 & 170 (11 October 2000)
    Fortunately, a PLANE->CRASH or TRAIN->WRECK is not as common a disaster as in the past.

  • MorphWords # 167 & 168 (9 October 2000)
    CRpuzzles' MorphWords Disaster Week starts with a minor mishap in the kitchen: a RAW->EGG and BURNT->TOAST.

  • MorphWords # 165 & 166 (5 October 2000)
    CRpuzzles' Morphwords safety tips: 1) If you BAKE->OVEN use an OVEN->MITT to keep from being burned; 2) These challengers can be hazardous to your health.

  • MorphWords # 163 & 164 (4 October 2000)
    In this literary exercise, first make PAGE from WORD, then make BOOK from WORD--without repeating any step words between the two puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 161 & 162 (2 October 2000)
    Sometimes in the game of HIDE->SEEK the players get to come HOME->FREE

  • MorphWords # 159 & 160 (29 September 2000)
    Toothbrush + TOOTH->PASTE = WHITE->TEETH.

  • MorphWords # 157 & 158 (28 September 2000)
    In the '50's, teens used to jitterbug to ROCK->ROLL at post-game SOCK->HOPS.

  • MorphWords # 155 & 156 (27 September 2000)
    On a rainy day, the family PLAYS->CARDS or BOARD->GAMES.

  • MorphWords # 153 & 154 (22 September 2000)
    If a BAKER has enough DOUGH, he can make some delicious PATTY->CAKES.

  • MorphWords # 151 & 152 (21 September 2000)
    The first day of autumn signals the arrival of COOL->DAYS and that the leaves will soon FALL->TREE.

  • MorphWords # 149 & 150 (19 September 2000)
    School's in, and scoring well on a QUIZ->TEST will merit a GOLD->STAR.

  • MorphWords # 147 & 148 (14 September 2000)
    Sometimes when a person tries to HOOD->WINK you, you FEEL->FOOLish.

  • MorphWords # 145 & 146 (13 September 2000)
    One way to break up the DAILY->GRIND is to take a long LUNCH->BREAK. And you'll need to bring lunch to solve this nastiest MorphWords pair yet.

  • MorphWords # 143 & 144 (11 September 2000)
    If you're ever in Utah, pay a quick visit to SALT->LAKE->CITY.

  • MorphWords # 141 & 142 (8 September 2000)
    The MUSH->ROOM grows everywhere in a DARK->WOOD.

  • MorphWords # 139 & 140 (6 September 2000)
    Are you ready for some FOOT->BALL? Are you ready for some TOUCH->DOWNS?

  • MorphWords # 137 & 138 (4 September 2000)
    To guarantee a low PRICE->SHARE buy a PENNY->STOCK.

  • MorphWords # 135 & 136 (1 September 2000)
    One way to start a challenging school year with a CLEAN->SLATE is to erase last year's writing off the BLACK->BOARD.

  • MorphWords # 133 & 134 (30 August 2000)
    In this double MorphWords puzzle, change the English POT->TEA and the American TEA->BAG without using any step word twice.

  • MorphWords # 133 & 134 (29 August 2000)
    CRpuzzles' favorite FOLK->TALE is the story of the Three BILLY->GOATS Gruff.

  • MorphWords # 129 & 130 (25 August 2000)
    You'll find MILK->COWS on DAIRY->FARMS in these MorphWords puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 127 & 128 (23 August 2000)
    These puzzles are as easy as running BARE->FOOT across a new MOWN->LAWN.

  • MorphWords # 125 & 126 (22 August 2000)
    To join the CRpuzzles 4-Star Band, solvers can PLAY->TUBA and BANG->DRUM.

  • MorphWords # 123 & 124 (18 August 2000)
    We used to SEND->MAIL (4) or make PHONE->CALLS (a 5-star 10 steps) to our friends, but now we e-mail them instead.

  • MorphWords # 121 & 122 (17 August 2000)
    MorphWords puzzle analogy: ARM->LEG as HAND->FOOT.

  • MorphWords # 119 & 120 (14 August 2000)
    In the MorphWords Olympics, competitors make a LONG->JUMP of 6 steps and JUMP->OVER the high bar in 8.

  • MorphWords # 117 & 118 (11 August 2000)
    This time of year, many TRUCK->FARMS sell their produce at ROAD->SIDE stands.

  • MorphWords # 115 & 116 (9 August 2000)
    In London, you can take a 5-step stroll through HYDE->PARK or climb the WHITE->TOWER in a steep 10 steps.

  • MorphWords # 113 & 114 (7 August 2000)
    MorphWords puzzle homonyms: change EWE to HUE in 4 and HUE to YOU in 5 steps without repeating any intermediate words.

  • MorphWords # 111 & 112 (4 August 2000)
    You can usually find a GAME->SHOW in the 7-8 p.m. television TIME->SLOT.

  • MorphWords # 109 & 110 (3 August 2000)
    In today's puzzle, WORD becomes PAGE in 4 steps, and PAGE becomes BOOK in 5.

  • MorphWords # 107 & 108 (1 August 2000)
    BRAND->NAMES are products we usually KNOW->WELL. Here they add up to a 10- and 8-step MorphWords challenge.

  • MorphWords # 105 & 106 (28 July 2000)
    When brother-in-law Bob READS the PAPER, he believes everything, because "it's in BLACK and WHITE."

  • MorphWords # 103 & 104 (26 July 2000)
    A MorphWords medical puzzle: change DOSE to PILL in 4 and X-RAY to FILM in 7 steps.

  • MorphWords # 101 & 102 (24 July 2000)
    In this pretty puzzle, change ROSE->IRIS in 8 steps and then IRIS->LILY in 7 without any intervening step words being repeated.

  • MorphWords # 99 & 100 (21 July 2000)
    At the Morphwords puzzle pool party, some swimmers do a SWAN->DIVE off the board while others create tidal waves with BELLY->FLOPS.

  • MorphWords # 97 & 98 (20 July 2000)
    For our MorphWords puzzle picnic, we have BAKED->BEANS and COLE->SLAW.

  • MorphWords # 95 & 96 (18 July 2000)
    In the first puzzle of a week of MorphWords with a Summer theme, we change TENT->CAMP (5) and then CAMP->FIRE (4) without repeating any intermediate words.

  • MorphWords # 93 & 94 (14 July 2000)
    At CRpuzzles Park, we add up the HOME->RUNS on our old-fashioned chalk SCORE-BOARD.

  • MorphWords # 91 & 92 (13 July 2000)
    In these summer-fun MorphWords puzzles, enjoy a SAIL->BOAT ride or speed things up on a quick JET->SKI.

  • MorphWords # 89 & 90 (11 July 2000)
    When visiting Niagara Falls, you can ride the "MAID of the MIST" to take an up-CLOSE PHOTO of nature's great spectacle.

  • MorphWords # 87 & 88 (7 July 2000)
    We take a SHORT->PAUSE from our NEWS->CAST for a commercial for CRpuzzles.

  • MorphWords # 85 & 86 (5 July 2000)
    In this puzzle, we test the solver's analogy skills: SOUPY is to SALES as PIES are to ___.

  • MorphWords # 83 & 84 (4 July 2000)
    Let's celebr8 JULY->FOURth by shooting off a fast FIRE->WORK or 3.

  • MorphWords # 81 & 82 (30 June 2000)
    You won't find a SAIL->FISH in your average FISH->TANK but you will in this puzzle.

  • MorphWords # 79 & 80 (29 June 2000)
    There are LIVE->OAKS in a GROVE of TREES in this 6-step MorphWord pair.

  • MorphWords # 77 & 78 (27 June 2000)
    Sometimes one thing leads to another, and in this puzzle having a SWEET->HEART leads to HEART->BREAK in a total of 20 tough steps.

  • MorphWords # 75 & 76 (23 June 2000)
    We continue our summer vacation at the beach with a double puzzle: change WADE->SURF in 5 steps, then morph SURF->SWIM in 7.

  • MorphWords # 73 & 74 (21 June 2000)
    We welcome summer officially by spending our days on a SANDY->BEACH (10) and our nights on the BOARD->WALKS(7)

  • MorphWords # 71 & 72 (19 June 2000)
    A puzzle of opposites: LOSE->FIND and PASS->FAIL in 4 steps each.

  • MorphWords # 69 & 70 (16 June 2000)
    From the 3-step sublime of DUG->OUT we go to the 13-step ridiculous of ADOBE->BRICK.

  • MorphWords # 67 & 68 (14 June 2000)
    To get out of the SAND->TRAP and save par on this MorphWord, use the correct GOLF->CLUB.

  • MorphWords # 65 & 66 (13 June 2000)
    If you encounter a dangerous MorphWord puzzle, DRAW->BACK 6 steps and MOVE->AWAY 7.

  • MorphWords # 63 & 64 (9 June 2000)
    After the joy of the 4-step SONG->BIRD comes the pain of THORN->ROSES, an 11-step challenger WordMorph.

  • MorphWords # 61 & 62 (7 June 2000)
    Sometimes at a HOUSE->PARTY, people play a variety of PARTY->GAMES.

  • MorphWords # 59 & 60 (5 June 2000)
    At Colonial Williamsburg, you can visit a pre-Revolutionary War BAKE->SHOP or see a BLACK-SMITH work with 250-year-old tools.

  • MorphWords # 57 & 58 (2 June 2000)
    Good TEAM->WORK makes it easier to PLAY->GAME well in today's MorphWord puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 55 & 56 (31 May 2000)
    First you TOAST->BREAD, then you put JELLY->TOAST in these 3- and 5-Star puzzles.

  • MorphWords # 53 & 54 (30 May 2000)
    The smooth sounds of BABY->FACE blend with those of Hootie & the BLOW->FISH in this MorphWord puzzle.

  • MorphWords # 51 & 52 (26 May 2000)
    In honor of our ARMY->NAVY and AIR->MEN, we celebrate Memorial Day this coming Monday.

  • MorphWords # 49 & 50 (24 May 2000)
    We hope your local high school had a GOOD->YEAR and that they recorded it in their 2000 YEAR->BOOK.

  • MorphWords # 47 & 48 (23 May 2000)
    We go to extremes in these MorphWord puzzles, from the 1-Star ease of AIR->OUT to the 5++-Star 15-step challenge of STEAM->IRONS.

  • MorphWords # 45 & 46 (18 May 2000)
    Home, Sweet Home--or not, as the case may be. Change BEES->HIVE and PIG->STY in 5 steps each. "To each his own."

  • MorphWords # 43 & 44 (16 May 2000)
    You may experience BLOOD->SWEAT->TEARS before you solve this tough (8, 10 steps) MorphWord.

  • MorphWords # 41 & 42 (15 May 2000)
    Opposites attract, but in this MorphWord they change into each other, with HEAD->TOES in 4 and NEW->OLD in 7 steps.

  • MorphWords # 39 & 40 (11 May 2000)
    Time will fly by when you Morph HOUR->DAYS and DAYS->WEEK in 6 steps each, without repeating any intermediate step words.

  • MorphWords # 37 & 38 (10 May 2000)
    Get your HEART BEATS up fast (3) when you seriously TRAIN for a SPORT (9).

  • MorphWords # 35 & 36 (9 May 2000)
    For an appetizer, try our CLAMS on a half SHELL at 6, then enjoy our CRAB CAKES as an entree at 8.

  • MorphWords # 33 & 34 (5 May 2000)
    Tomorrow is Kentucky Derby day, and you can enter the MorphWord Winner's Circle today by solving JOCKEY->HORSES in 8 and HORSE->RACES in 9 furlongs.

  • MorphWords # 31 & 32 (3 May 2000)
    Can you measure up to this two-star two-some: change FOOT->YARD and then YARD->MILE in 5 steps each, without repeating any intermediate words.

  • MorphWords # 29 & 30 (1 May 2000)
    First, CRpuzzles does you a GOOD->DEED in 4 short steps, then BLIND->SIDES you with a nasty 10-step MorphWord.

  • MorphWords # 27 & 28 (28 April 2000)
    If one can BIDE->ONES->TIME, one can solve this double MorphWord by changing BIDE to ONES in 6 and ONES to TIME in 7 steps without repeating any intermediate words.

  • MorphWords # 25 & 26 (27 April 2000)
    After the umpire shouts PLAY->BALL (6), he crouches in front of the BACK->STOP (7), the pitcher winds up, and the game begins.

  • MorphWords # 23 & 24 (25 April 2000)
    If you READ->BOOK of BLANK->VERSE in 4 and 10 steps you'll earn 1 and 5 MorphWord stars.

  • MorphWords # 21 & 22 (21 April 2000)
    We have it all in this double MorphWord: change MINE to YOUR and then YOUR to OURS in 7 steps each, without any repeated words as steps.

  • MorphWords # 19 & 20 (18 April 2000)
    This time of year, anglers favorite PAST->TIME (5) involves FISH->BAIT (7).

  • MorphWords # 17 & 18 (17 April 2000)
    Welcome Spring with BIRD->BATH in 4 steps and MOWER->GRASS in a long 9.

  • MorphWords # 15 & 16 (13 April 2000)
    The Easter Bunny's hip-hopping here--bringing JELLY->BEANS in 5 Morphs for your SWEET->TOOTH in 8.

  • MorphWords # 13 & 14 (11 April 2000)
    Newlyweds can dance up a 6-step storm by doing a MOON->WALK on their HONEY->MOONS.

  • MorphWords # 11 & 12 (3 April 2000)
    In this MorphWord, first change ROLE to PART in 4 steps, then change PART to PLAY in 4 more.

  • MorphWords # 9 & 10 (29 March 2000)
    Brighten your night sky with 3 Stars for CURVY->ROADS in 7 changes and 4 Stars for PANTS->SHIRT in 9.

  • MorphWords # 7 & 8 (29 March 2000)
    GIVE->TAKE in 4 and PURE->GOLD in 5 morphs earn you 1 Star and 2 Stars respectively.

  • MorphWords # 5 & 6 (24 March 2000)
    PLANT->SEEDS in 7 and WRITES->LETTER in 8 changes challenge you.

  • MorphWords # 3 & 4 (24 March 2000)
    Fine tune with BLANK->CHECK in 5 and FINE->ARTS in 6 steps.

  • MorphWords # 1 & 2 (25 March 2000)
    Warm-up with HARD->EASY and SODA->CANS in 4 changes.




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