You may have seen word puzzles where two words are given and the puzzle asks you to transfer one letter from one of the words to the other creating two words that are synonyms.
For example: Smarts and Harp. Move “s” over then Smart = Sharp. Fairly easy.
Here is a challenging version
Given 3 words
Transfer exactly one letter from each word to another creating 3 new words. Each word must transfer exactly 1 letter and also receive exactly 1 letter.
So at the end each word gives up one letter to one of the other 2 words and also receives 1 letter. So the number of letters in those words do not change.
The anagrams of the 3 new words must be such that 2 words are synonyms and the remaining word is the antonym of the 2 words. Example (Right, Correct, Wrong).
The 3 starting words
The final words are in the Merriam Webster dictionary