There are pairs of words which can be interlaced or interleaved to form new words.
For example, PRIG and URN can be interlaced to form the word PURRING:
PRIG URN P R I G U R N P U R R I N G PURRING
For another example, HAS and ERE can be interlaced to form the word HEARSE:
HAS ERE H A S E R E H E A R S E HEARSE
Notice that in the first example, URN fits snugly inside of PRIG, but in the second example HAS and ERE are shifted relative to each other. It doesn't matter, as long as the letters are properly interlaced, meaning that each word in the pair contributes alternating letters to the combined word.
See if you can match each word in Column A with its partner in Column B and interlace them to form a new word. The resulting combined words should be fairly common, or at least well-known, so if you find yourself chasing obscure words then you may be overthinking it.
Each item in Column A is used exactly once, and each item in Column B is used exactly once.
Column A Column B ———————— ———————— AIL AERIE AIR ALE ALE ALOE BLOND ALOE BODE AND CAN AND CAR ANY CLIP ARE CLUE ART CREWS ATE CUE COLD CUSS END DAIS ERA ERE ERE FINS EVE FOE FED FUN HIS HAIR HIS HAS HOES HINT HOT HOE IRE JUT IRE LAND LET LUGS LID MOST LORD PECS ODD PIE ODD POLS ODD PROS ODE SAND OLD SET OLD SET OLD SHOE OLD SLID ONE SOLD ONE SUED OPS SUNS ORE TAGS ORE TERM ORES TIE PAY TOE PIE TOP RED TOPS RUE TRAY RUE VIE TIE VIE WAS WOE WAY