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Everyone needs this, it's great with an 'r' on the end but you're sad when the first letter goes away. What is it?See answer
There are several different kinds, but the one you pick doesn't do its job. What is it?See answer
These women make princesses scrub floors and sometimes try to poison them with apples.See answer
You can break me, and I still work. If you touch me, you're mine. What am I?See answer
The alphabet goes from A to Z. What goes from Z to A?See answer
I always have to work with something in my eye. What am I?See answer
When the day after tomorrow is yesterday, today will be as far from Wednesday as today was from Wednesday when the day before yesterday was tomorrow. What is the day after this day?See answer
Even the oldest ones can be described as current, but a little mainstream.See answer
Deposit red liquid in me. What am I?See answer
I'm a vegetable that is a long, green stalk. I'm usually eaten at thanksgiving with cheese or peanut butter.See answer
What kind of apple has a short temper?See answer
When I'm metal or wood, I help you get home. When I'm flesh and I'm blood. In the darkness I roam.See answer
Flat as a leaf, round as a ring. Has two eyes, can't see a thing.See answer
I am quick when I'm thin. I am slow when I'm fat. Wind is my worst nightmare. What am I?See answer
Those with eyes bigger than their stomach will definitely leave the restaurant with one of them. It is named after a house pet as well.See answer
It is a common and favored clothing material among biker gangs and superheroes.See answer
What is it that given one, you'll have either two or none?See answer
My life is often a volume of grief,
your help is needed to turn a new leaf.
Stiff is my spine and my body is pale.
But I'm always ready to tell a tale.
What am I?
I save lives on the ground and in the air. What am I?See answer
I am owned by every man, though my length differs. Their wives uses me after getting married. What am I?See answer
This guy crossed a road and everyone wants an explanation.See answer
At the sound of me, you may stomp your feet, but you may also dream or weep. What am I?See answer
Good for telling the future or racking up in a game.See answer
What can go up a chimney down, but cannot go down a chimney up?See answer
I live in water. If you cut my head I'm at your door. If you cut my tail I'm fruit. If you cut both I'm with you.See answer
A locked sphere without hinges or key. Break me open and golden treasures you'll seeSee answer
This food is a staple grain in many pantries worldwide. You often steam or boil it and serve it in a variety of different ways. One brand touts the fact that it can be cooked in 1 minute.See answer
What's at the head of an elephant and at the tail of a squirrel?See answer
Four wings I have, which swiftly mount on high,
on sturdy pinions, yet I never fly;
And though my body often moves around,
upon the self-same spot I'm always found,
and, like a mother, who breaks her infant's bread.
I chew for man before he can be fed.
2 people in front of 2 people. 2 people behind 2 people, and 2 people beside 2 people. How many people are there?See answer
What word is that, which, deprived of its first letter, leaves you sick?See answer
What speeds on a track but isn't in a race and has a whistle to announce its steady pace?See answer
Both a currency and an antlered male. What is it?See answer
This crisp stick-shaped roll is often enjoyed with soup or marinara sauce.See answer
You must keep this thing, its loss will affect your brothers.
For once yours is lost, it will soon be lost by others.
What is it?
I am bushy headed but have no air. No moisture will not enter my skin, but it's good at keeping it in. What am I?See answer
I help to mature your spirits. When moistened I fulfill my purpose. Should I dry out, my task will fail and my quarry may be worthless.See answer
Who plays when he works and works when he plays?See answer
Long slim and slender. Dark as homemade thunder. Keen eyes and peaked nose. Scares the Devil wherever it goes.See answer
Someone who is enthusiastic about tending the garden is said to have this appendage.See answer
They have not flesh, nor feathers, nor scales, nor bone. Yet they have fingers and thumbs of their own. What are they?See answer
If you give it a tug, you can sit in the dark. Tug it again and a light will spark. What is it?See answer
It gives everything and then takes it away,
It governs destinies and fates,
It changes and it never waits,
It rules the cards and dice each day,
Is part of any game we play.
The more I lie, the more people trust me. Who am I?See answer
What surrounds the world, yet dwells within a thimble?See answer
Perhaps the most important adjective for ballerinas and princesses.See answer
It's in the church, but not in the steeple;
It's in the parson, but not in the people;
It's in the oyster, but not in the shell;
It's in the clapper, but not in the bell.
A tower at the root of all confusion.See answer
It has no legs to dance, it has no lungs to breathe, it has no life to live or die, and yet it does all three.See answer
A person's greatest asset.See answer
Besides Paris, what is the capital of France?See answer
Some try to hide, some try to cheat,
but time will show, we always will meet.
Try as you might, to guess my name,
I promise you'll know when you I do claim.
Some keep it in a dumpster while others keep it in their trunk.See answer
Never was, I am always to be.
No one ever saw me, nor ever will.
And yet I am the confidence of all,
to live and breath on this terrestrial ball.
What am I?
Those wooden birds are now in sight whose voices roar, whose wings are white, whose maws are fill'd with hose and shoes, with wine, cloth, sugar, salt and news, when they have eas'd their stomachs here they cry farewell, until next year.See answer
Soldiers fight it but never changes.See answer
In buckles or lace, they help set the pace. The farther you go, the thinner they grow.See answer
Sometimes you'll find me hard and cold, other times I'm hard to hold, always present in the air, if I'm ever gone, beware.See answer
It is an arctic double breasted formal wear.See answer
What grows up while growing down?See answer
Where humans breathe liquid.See answer
I moan, I groan, I chase after you. I never seem to rest. Time's up for you. What am I?See answer
Round as a button, deep as a well. If you want me to talk, you must first pull my tail. What am I?See answer
The signature stroll of ducks and penguins.See answer
I describe a toilet cleaner as well as one of Santa's reindeer. What am I?See answer
Surname of the pilot of the Millennium Falcon.See answer
You shoot me but I don't die. You hang me but I don't die. What am I?See answer
Break me but I'll continue to work, touch me and maybe I'll stay with you forever. What am I?See answer
What age most travelers have?See answer
A beggar's brother went out to sea and drowned. But the man who drowned had no brother. Who was the beggar to the man who drowned?See answer
Poor people have it.
Rich people need it.
If you eat it you die.
What is it?
White bird, featherless, flying out of paradise. Flying over sea and land. Dying in my hand.See answer
What is at the end of a rainbow?See answer
Other terms for this handy device include doohicky, doo-dad, and whatchyamacallit.See answer
What has a head, can't think, but drives?See answer
They are the group who manages the winged engines of war.See answer
I can trap many different things and colors, ever changing, not boring. Look closely and you may find yourself also caught in my trap.See answer
I have legs but walk not, a strong back but work not. Two good arms but reach not. A seat but sit and tarry not.See answer
The one fashion accessory farmers and hipsters can agree upon.See answer
Though I do not speak, I oft impart
The secret wishes of the heart;
I may deceive, may make amends,
May create foes, and yet make friends.
The harshest anger I can disarm,
Such is the power of my charm.
I saw a strange creature. Long, hard, and straight, thrusting into a round, dark opening. Preparing to discharge its load of lives. Puffing and squealing noises accompanied it, then a final screech as it slowed and stopped.See answer
Brings the sky a lot closer.See answer
I have an end but no beginning, a home but no family, a space without room. I never speak but there is no word I cannot make. What am I?See answer
I mean goodbye for South Americans. What am I?See answer
I can be full, but I will never spill.
I disappear at times, but return I always will.
What am I?
I am enjoyed with a pot and some pointy sticks. What am I?See answer
A vessel have I, that is round as pear, moist in the middle, surrounded with hair; and often it happens that water flows there.See answer
People walk in and out of me. They push and I follow. When they walk out on me, I close up and I stay waiting for the next person to walk into my life when I have a more open mind. What am I?See answer
What screams when put in a pot of boiling water?See answer
Soft and fragile is my skin. I get my growth in dirt. I'm dangerous as much as pretty. For if not careful, I draw blood.See answer
Take me for a spin and I'll make you cool,
but use me when it's cool and you're a fool.
What am I?
You heard me before, and then again. Afterward I die, until you call me again. What am I?See answer
People need me yet they give me away every day. What am I?See answer
I live above a star who never burns. I have 11 neighbors but they never turn. My initial are p, q, r, and sometimes s. What am I?See answer
My first brace Nelson yielded, midst the jar of angry battle, and the din of war; my second, when from labor we retreat, far from polite, yet offers us a seat; my whole is but my second more complete.See answer
How many letters are in the alphabet?See answer
There are millions of me. I am very small but when moving fast I am deadly.See answer
It covers you, you lose it every day and you'd die without it.See answer
This Cajun dish of rice with shrimp, chicken, and vegetables, is often enjoyed with cornbread.See answer
We are little brethren twain, arbiters of loss and gain; man to our counters run, some are made, and some undone; but men find it, to their cost, few are made, but numbers lost; though we play them tricks for ever, yet they always hope our favor.See answer
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