Plexers

Plexers are picture puzzles of words and phrases. It's important to consider how words are written, the number of items, and the direction in which something appears. Location is also important when figuring out plexers. Sometimes it's easier to solve these puzzles if you say your answers out loud. Subtle word play is often part of a plexer solution.

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Plexers 1-60 (PDF)          Answers 1-60 (PDF)

1.
Death Valley

 

2.
second to none

 

3.
ageless

 

4.
all in all

 

5.
I'm counting on you!

 

6.
The pen is mightier than the sword.

 

7.
go down in history

 

8.
up for grabs

 

9.
You win some and you lose some.

 

10.
cracked ice

 

11.
the calm before the storm

 

12.
focal point

 

13.
break in the action

 

14.
stagger the imagination

 

15.
double agent

 

16.
crossbow

 

17.
30 pounds overweight

 

18.
belong

 

19.
West Indies

 

20.
about face

 

21.
buck up

 

22.
big part in a small play

 

23.
Key West

 

24.
wearing of the green

 

25.
cross purposes

 

26.
Frank Sinatra

 

27.
barbell

 

28.
reverse

 

29.
filled with anticipation

 

30.
back to you

 

31.
biplane

 

32.
bee in a bonnet

 

33.
once upon a time

 

34.
crisis in the family

 

35.
brains over brawn

 

36.
on the road again

 

37.
going over the speed limit

 

38.
point blank

 

39.
flash in the pan

 

40.
all seeing eye

 

41.
adverb

 

42.
Let bygones be bygones.

 

43.
Too wise you are.  Too wise you be.  I see you are too wise for me!

 

44.
two peas in a pod

 

45.
Rocky Mountains

 

46.
thin ice

 

47.
a little bit more

 

48.
hygiene

 

49.
trouble in paradise

 

50.
dead end

 

51.
feeling under the weather

 

52.
adding insult to injury

 

53.
Spring ahead, fall behind.

 

54.
a little behind in my work

 

55.
breakfast

 

56.
dangerous undertow

57.
forensic medicine

58.
An eye for an eye.  A tooth for a tooth.

59.
four way stop

60.
We shall overcome.

 
 
 
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