Yesterday's Cylinder

So we sprung* a flat tire on the way back from Copeland, and in the car we completed a five-letter cylinder and then thereafter completed a six-letter cylinder, which I shall post hereafter.  I will leave the five-letter game, SPANK CREEP RINSE GNOME, starting with CAUSE, as a game for the reader if he might like to attempt to play a game.

*I have decided that the verb associated with a flat tire is “to spring.”  Is this right?  What do other people say?

SWEATS CADDIE ORNERY LAMBDA
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MOBILE     BAILED     CADDIE
BOILED     BLAMED     CANDID!
SOILED     λαμβδα!    ADDING
SAILED     BALLAD     DARING
SALTED     BALLED     RAINED
SLATES     WALLED     WARNED
SWEATS!    WILLED     WONDER
WHEATS     TILLED     YONDER
THAWED     TAILED     ORNERY!
BATHED     RAILED
BAITED     RAIDED

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