De-Nature Of De-Beast Contestants must guess words that begin with the letters "D-E" based on some alternate definitions. For example, a word that means "to nullify one's ballot" could be "devote."
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De-Nature Of De-Beast

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De-Nature Of De-Beast

De-Nature Of De-Beast

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Contestants Jacob Berman and Michelle Szpilzinger compete on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Contestants Jacob Berman and Michelle Szpilzinger compete on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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It's de-lightful, it's de-licious, it's de-humanizing! Contestants must guess words that begin with the letters "D-E" based on some alternate definitions. For example, a word that means "to nullify one's ballot" could be "devote."

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