Sunday Puzzle: Wehn Wrods Get Rearearngd Puzzlemaster Will Shortz challenges Lulu-Garcia Navarro and Patricia Wheeler of Orlando to a challenge involving rearranging letters to make opposite words.

## Sunday Puzzle: Wehn Wrods Get Rearearngd

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Sunday Puzzle: Wehn Wrods Get Rearearngd

# Sunday Puzzle: Wehn Wrods Get Rearearngd

## Sunday Puzzle: Wehn Wrods Get Rearearngd

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On-air challenge: I'm going to give you a 4-letter word and a 5-letter word. Rearrange the letters in each one to make two opposites.

For example: POST TARTS —> STOP & START
1. SLOT FONDU
2. LUDO QUITE
3. ROVE NUDER
4. DINK LUCRE
5. TALE RELAY
6. VASE PENDS
7. SKIN ALOFT
8. FILE HATED

Last week's challenge: Take a certain 7-letter word. Remove the first letter and you get a 6-letter synonym of that word. And the letter you removed is an abbreviation for the opposite of both words. What words are these?

Answer: Factual - F = actual

Winner: Patricia Wheeler of Orlando, Fla.

Next week's challenge: This week's challenge comes from a listener named Dave, who's from the city and state that's the answer to this puzzle. Name a U.S. city and its state — 12 letters altogether. Change two letters in the state's name. The result will be the two-word title of a classic novel. What is it?