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Question :
These words follow a logical progression:
CODIFY
LAMINA
STOVE
RESET
JOKUL
QUIRES

Which one of these comes next?
REST, GRAIL, STOIC, ORDEAL


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Its ORDEAL.

Codify has 6 letters
Lamina has 6 letters
Stove has 5 letters
Reset has 5 letters
Jokul has 5 letters
Quires has 6 letters

Hence next word shd have 6 letters

they form a sequence 6 6 5 5 5 6 6 etc...

so answer is ordeal it has 6 letters
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REST will come because E is in between the letters R and S which are continuous.
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STOIC:
The words follow a sequence with an "O" vowel sound in each alternate word, hence "STOIC" is next likely word.
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