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Line 1: Just the “A” in the wrong place to start out with.
Line 2: Getting a second letter here is kind of helpful, maybe.
Line 3: The “A” in place 4 is different, especially considering that blends like “THR”, “SPR”, and “STR” are already ruled out.
Line 4: So… I had a hard time getting here, but here’s some of the logic. “E” is ruled out, so the word can’t have “EA”. “O” is ruled out, so it can’t be “OA”. A word ending in “AU” or “AI” is quite rare, and I don’t see anything that convinces me that the word ends in “AY”, being as “SPR” and “STR” and “THR” are all all ruled out. Therefore, I figured that it was more than likely that there were two vowels, one in spot #2 which could be “U”, “I”, or “A”, and the other one which was the “A” in spot #4. This would force the “N” to spot #5, and from there, it was figuring out the combination that would fit in place #1 and #3. It did take a bit, but I figured it out without playing another line.
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