Polygon 21 June

Polygon puzzle
Using the given letters no more than once, make as many words as possible of four or more letters, always including the central letter. Capitalised words, plurals, conjugated verbs (past tense etc), adverbs ending in LY, comparatives and superlatives are disallowed.
How you rate: 10 words, average; 14, good; 17, very good; 21, excellent.
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Source: The Times.
Answers in the comments.

5 thoughts on “Polygon 21 June

  1. cine, coin, cone, conic, coven, covin, envoi, even, evince, icon, névé nice, niece, novice, once, oven, ovine, vein, vine, vino
    Conceive is the word made using all the letters.

  2. Alas, I am only average today, having only gotten conceive, cone, once, nice, vine, even, niece, oven, coven and conic.

  3. Yes, I think it is a cheat when they allow non-English language words, as they do. I’ve been caught out that way often owing to my lack of facility with a range of tongues — though vino I could manage.)

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