This was interesting. Watching the end of Family Feud as I wait for Jeopardy! The last round's pompt was: "Name something that people are sometimes said to be under."
The number one answer, which she gave, was "the weather."
Her family then struck out with "paid - the covers - age", so the other team got the chance to steal. And said "educated".
They should have take a hint from the only right answer. It's a thing. The others are phrases that describe people, but, for instance, "paid" is not a thing that you are under, it's a description of how you're paid. (Granted, "the covers" is a thing, it's just not something you say about people.)
Here's the ones they missed: the gun - the influence - a spell.