Each pair of clues refers to a pair of answers that are the same aside from switching the first sound of each word (or switching the sounds of the first and one of the later syllables). Example: if the clue is "the back end of a warm garment or to carry a leafy vegetable" the answer could be "coattail" or "tote kale." Switch the C of coat and the T of tail to make Tote (carry) and Kale (a leafy vegetable). Typing either answer will get you the point.
sounds matter. not spelling.
Either answer will get you credit but only the first is displayed.
I added some extra time if you want to try googling the more obscure answers. It's not cheating if I give you permission.