So This Character Walks Into A Saloon
When a character walks into a word, the two halves of the word - the word always starts out even in length - swing open like saloon doors, reversing the order of the characters in each half.
For example, an E walking into used makes suede. The used splits - us ed; each half turns around - su de; then the E is dropped into the middle.
The solution for each item is the longer word, that is,
the outcome. It just so happens that all solutions are
five characters in length. The capitalization of solutions
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