For This Puzzle, Watch Your Words The challenge is a game of categories based on the word "watch." For each category provided, name something starting with each of the letters W-A-T-C-H.
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For This Puzzle, Watch Your Words

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For This Puzzle, Watch Your Words

For This Puzzle, Watch Your Words

For This Puzzle, Watch Your Words

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On-air challenge: The challenge is a game of Categories based on the word "watch." For each category provided, name something in the category starting with each of the letters W-A-T-C-H. For example, parts of the human body would be "waist," "arm," "thigh," "chest" and "head."

Last week's challenge: Take the word "die." Think of two synonyms for this word that are themselves exact opposites of each other. What two words are these? A hint: they have the same number of letters.

Answer: Pass, fail

Winner: Ella Bender of West Palm Beach, Fla.

Next week's challenge: This week's challenge comes from listener Henry Hook. And it's a little tricky. Given a standard calculator with room for 10 digits, what is the largest whole number you can register on it?

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