Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Leading articles


Use each pair of phrases in a paragraph or sentence. The sentences don't need to connect with each other, but if you wish a bigger challenge you can use them all in a story or poem.

Under attack
Under a tack

Love affair
Love a fair

Upon arrival
Upon a rival

Checking account
Checking a count

Evening attire
Evening a tire

Return address
Return a dress

From the New York Times crossword puzzle "Leading Articles", November 7, 2010. (Wordplay, the Crossword Blog of the New York Times.)

At the time of this blog posting, you can see the full puzzle at Donald's Weblog, Leading Articles.
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