Don't Get Dizzy While You're Busy Every answer today is a rhyming two-word phrase in which each word has two syllables and the first word ends with a doubled consonant plus the letter Y.
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Don't Get Dizzy While You're Busy

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Don't Get Dizzy While You're Busy

Don't Get Dizzy While You're Busy

Don't Get Dizzy While You're Busy

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On-air challenge: Every answer today is a rhyming two-word phrase in which each word has two syllables and the first word ends with a doubled consonant plus the letter Y.

Last week's challenge from Steve Baggish, of Arlington, Mass.: Name a well-known clothing company. Move each of its letters three spaces earlier in the alphabet and rearrange the result. You'll name something you don't want in an article of clothing. What is it?

Answer: IZOD, FLAW

Winner: Chris Matthews of Ridgecrest, Calif.

Next week's challenge: Name a country. Drop one of its letters. Rearrange the remaining letters to name this country's money. What is it?

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