Common Beginnings #2

Common Beginnings #2

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.

Like, Down, Long, Jacket, Line

Like
Down
Long
Jacket
Line
I don't know
2.

Strings, Throb, Break, Wave, Burn

Strings
Throb
Break
Wave
Burn
I don't know
3.

Bite, Out, List, Mail, Board

Bite
Out
List
Mail
Board
I don't know
4.

Foil, Phobia, Man, Plane, Therapy

Foil
Phobia
Man
Plane
Therapy
I don't know
5.

Charge, Cake, Board, All, Cast

Charge
Cake
Board
All
Cast
I don't know
6.

Witch, Paper, Pit, Stone, Storm

Witch
Paper
Pit
Stone
Storm
I don't know
7.

Right, Cat, Writer, Book, Tour

Right
Cat
Writer
Book
Tour
I don't know
8.

Grade, Day, Pour, Fall, Stream

Grade
Day
Pour
Fall
Stream
I don't know
9.

Work, Note, Loose, Play, Hill

Work
Note
Loose
Play
Hill
I don't know
10.

Step, Coming, Bread, Hand, Fall

Step
Coming
Bread
Hand
Fall
I don't know
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