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Sunday Puzzle: You'll Need To Unscramble The Opposition

Sunday Puzzle.
Sunday Puzzle.

On-air challenge: Take two four-letter words. Rearrange the letters in each of them to make two new words that are opposites.

For example: PEON THUS --> OPEN & SHUT

  • NAME CINE
  • VOLE HEAT
  • FLIT PROD
  • BUYS LIED
  • ACME NEWT
  • OWLS FATS
  • VEIL DADE
  • PEEK SOTS
  • SEAT STEW
  • AGIN SOLE
  • HEIR RIFE
  • WHOS HIED
  • REAM DUST
  • SEAN STUN
  • Last week's challenge: Last week's challenge came from listener Peter Collins of Ann Arbor, Mich. Name a well-known city in the U.S. Two words. The second word rhymes with a word meaning "certain stories" — and the first word rhymes with something found in those stories. What city is it?

    Puzzle answer: Coral Gables --> fables, moral

    Puzzle winner:Russ Porter of Ridgefield, Connecticut

    Next week's challenge:Think of a familiar phrase in the form "I ___ you," in which a four-letter word goes in the blank. Rearrange those letters and you'll get another familiar phrase in the form "I ___ you." Both phrases get more than half a million hits in a Google search. What phrases are these?

    Submit Your Answer

    If you know the answer to next week's challenge, submit it here. Listeners who submit correct answers win a chance to play the on-air puzzle. Important: Include a phone number where we can reach you. The deadline is Thursday, March 23 at 3 p.m. EST.

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