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Andy P: I don't know what point you're trying to make. Verbs can't be singular or plural. Scissor can be used as a verb, yes, but that's not relevant here. The relevance to this puzzle is that scissor cannot be used as a singular noun. Verbs by their nature cannot be plural or singular. Unless you're talking about conjugation which is a completely separate point. (1 week, 1 day ago)

Rose Taylor: Just as another observation, "scissor" can also be used in the singular as a verb (1 week, 2 days ago)

FirstGofer: Enjoyed it. Was sure I tried secret in that group, but obvs not! Kicking myself for not seeing the solution to calm. Nice one! (1 week, 2 days ago)

Andy P: Well, an interesting observation and something that I had considered when making the grid, but it doesn't change anything or make what I have written incorrect - it can only be used in the plural form when used as a noun, which is the essence of that group. (1 week, 2 days ago)

Eagleeyes: Trouser is a singular word. It can be a verb (eg to trouser money) and modifies a noun (eg a trouser pocket). (1 week, 2 days ago)