Sunday Puzzle Each week, New York Times crossword puzzle editor and NPR's Puzzlemaster Will Shortz presents an on-air quiz to one contestant and gives a challenge for listeners at home.
Noteworthy Names, In Rhyme
For each category, name something beginning with each of the letters T, H, A, N and K. For example, if the category were "U.S. states," you might say Tennessee, Hawaii, Alaska, Nevada and Kentucky.
Be THANKful For This Puzzle
We Plant The Seed, You Pick The Tree
More Fun Than A Dead Rose
Capitalize On 'This Minus That'
Regardless Of The Answer, Stay Staid
Can You Pass This -TE ST-?
For each given category, name things in the category starting with the letters R, H, Y, M, E. For example, if the category were "chemical elements with names ending in -ium," you might say: radium, helium, yttrium, magnesium and einsteinium.
Find The Rhyme And The Reason
What's That (Vowel) Sound?