Building On Four-Letter Words
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Building On Four-Letter Words

# Building On Four-Letter Words

Building On Four-Letter Words
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On-Air Challenge

You are given three four-letter words. Think of three letters that can precede each of them to complete familiar seven-letter words. For example, given "each," "rove" and "lode," the answer would be "imp" for "impeach," "improve" and "implode."

Challenge From Last Week

Think of a word starting with "T-E" and another word starting with "S-T" that are synonyms. Hint: The "T-E" word has two syllables; the "S-T" word has one.

Winner: Harley Cahen of University Park, Md.

Next Week's Challenge

From Henry Hook: Take the name Kevin Kline. The first and last names both have five letters. Written in capital letters — KEVIN KLINE — each name consists of exactly 13 straight lines and no curves.

Name a well-known TV personality with five-letter first and last names. Each name contains exactly 14 straight lines and no curves. Who is this?