Castle - Make a chess move

Word by letter:
  • Castle - Letter on C
  • 1 - st. word C
  • 2 - st. word A
  • 3 - st. word S
  • 4 - st. word T
  • 5 - st. word L
  • 6 - st. word E

All questions by word:
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Castle - Imposing residence, perhaps fortified Castle - An englishman's home is his Castle - Fortified place on the chess board Castle - Rook on board Castle - Throw away the french, yet keep it Castle - Keep a rook on board, but not in the crow's nest (6) Castle - Keep a little left back, just in case Castle - No longer keep on the shore when the tide comes in Castle - For safety it moves sideways on board Castle - Throw the french yet keep it Castle - Balmoral attraction Castle - Group of actors at the french home for royalty Castle - Elsinore or balmoral, e.g Castle - Stronghold of old Castle - Man initially occupying a corner in magnificent house Castle - Keep the piece Castle - Move king to a stronghold Castle - 14 feature maybe in spain whether i'm in it or not Castle - Keep a pupil in class Castle - Throw the french into an englishman's home Castle - Order lambert to be detained in fortress Castle - Man in englishman's home Castle - Chessman in a defensive situation Castle - Man stealing ford from 13 Castle - Drop line to elizabeth windsor? 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Castle - What a bit of czech's tale's about? 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Castle - Residence fit for a king Castle - Keep half of cake star left Castle - Fort Castle - Rook's representation Castle - Keep short soldier back in case Castle - Large building; rook Castle - Jimi hendrix might make one out of "sand" Castle - Rich stars might have a moat around one Castle - Dave matthews "i'm the king of the ___, you're the dirty rascal" Castle - Palace relative Castle - Man initially cornered in big building Castle - Rook's fortress Castle - Move two pieces at once, in chess Castle - Monarch's home Castle - Move to protect the king, say Castle - Once-per-player chess move Castle - One of 600+ welsh attractions Castle - Knight 'hood?
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Make a chess move (******) 6 letter. - what is this?

****** - make a chess move. word on "C". 1 - st. letter C. 2 - st. letter A. 3 - st. letter S. 4 - st. letter T. 5 - st. letter L. 6 - st. letter E.

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