Common Beginnings #1

Common Beginnings #1

The following questions give several words. All but one have the following in common: a certain word can be placed in front of each to yield a new, different word. Choose the word which does not share this property.

For example:

Draw, Hold, In, Gate, Out

Draw
Hold
In
Gate
Out
I don't know

In this case, the answer would be gate. All the others become new words when the word with is placed in front of them.

1.

Cast, Minded, Drive, Band, Cloth.

Cast
Minded
Drive
Band
Cloth
I don't know
2.

Day, Set, Head, Beam, Stroke.

Day
Set
Head
Beam
Stroke
I don't know
3.

Chant, Ding, Ultimate, Man, Tune.

Chant
Ding
Ultimate
Man
Tune
I don't know
4.

Man, Dose, Head, Told, Most.

Man
Dose
Head
Told
Most
I don't know
5.

Come, Day, Right, Place, Mark.

Come
Day
Right
Place
Mark
I don't know
6.

Ward, Son, All, Side, Shore.

Ward
Son
All
Side
Shore
I don't know
7.

Give, Get, Tune, Path, Mat.

Give
Get
Tune
Path
Mat
I don't know
8.

Due, Lap, Bear, Day, Dose.

Due
Lap
Bear
Day
Dose
I don't know
9.

Master, Mary, Let, Leader, Worm.

Master
Mary
Let
Leader
Worm
I don't know
10.

Fly, Fine, Man, Works, Place.

Fly
Fine
Man
Works
Place
I don't know
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