What am I? Riddles
Levels 451 to 500
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If you’re looking for something sweet I know what to do. But if you don’t like heat, I’m not for you. What am I?
I’ll bring out your bulls and slow your roll. I may even come out of your skull. What am I?
I am two-faced but bear only one. I have no legs but travel widely. Men spill much blood over me. Kings leave their imprint on me. I have greatest power when given away, yet lust for me keeps me locked away. What am I?
Part carbon, part water, I am poison to the fishes. Many falsely claim my name. I am the pause that refreshes. What am I?
I’m tall, I’m round and hollow. Seems to get chewed a bit. But you’ll rarely see me unless the other end is lit. What am I?
I’m many people’s favourite place, even though many don’t remember their stay. You’ll love to come but hate to leave. If you get cold, use my sleeves. What am I?
I’m very tempting, so it’s said, I have a shiny coat of red, and my flesh is white beneath. I smell so sweet, taste good to eat, and help to guard your teeth. What am I?
You went into the woods and got me. You sat down to seek me. You brought me home because you couldn’t find me. What am I?
My first, though water, cures no thirst. My next alone has soul, and when he lives upon my first, he then is called my whole. What am I?
Six legs, two heads, two hands, one long nose. Yet I use only four legs wherever I go. What am I?
Of these things – I have two. One for me – and one for you. And when you ask about the price, I simply smile and nod twice. What am I?
When I get closer my tail grows longer, but when I go away my tail leads the way. What am I?
When young, I am sweet in the sun. When middle-aged, I may you gay. When old, I am valued more than ever. What am I?
Little Nancy Etticote, in a white petticoat, with a red nose. The longer she stands, the shorter she grows. What am I?
I cut through evil like a double-edged sword and chaos flees at my approach. Balance I single-handedly upraise, through battles fought with heart and mind instead of with my gaze. What am I?
Ripped from my ancestors’ home, beaten and burned. I become a bloodthirsty killer. What am I?
I have a title and many pages. I am a genteel of genteel descent. I am a killer veteran of war. I am a slave to my lord pledged to his service. What am I?
In all the world, none can compare. I am a tiny weaver, my deadly cloth so silky and fair. What am I?
I am the outstretched fingers that seize and hold the wind. Wisdom flows from me in other hands. Upon me are sweet dreams dreamt. My merest touch brings laughter. What am I?
I’m not a bird, but I can fly through the sky. I’m not a river, but I’m full of water. What am I?
My head bobs lazily in the sun. You think I’m cute for my face is yellow, my hair is white, and my body is green. What am I?
An open-ended barrel, I am shaped like a hive. I am filled with the flesh, and the flesh is alive. What am I?
I think you live beneath a roof that is seldom upheld by me. I think you seldom walk abroad, but my fair form you see. I close you in on every side, you very dwelling pave. And probably I’ll go with you at last into the grave. What am I?
First I may be your servant’s name, then your desires I may proclaim, and, when your mortal life is over, hold all your wealth within my power. What am I?
I am perfect with a head, perfect without a head; Perfect with a tail, perfect without a tail; Perfect for either, neither, or both. What am I?
I am a precious stone, as clear as diamond. Seek me out while the sun’s near the horizon. Though you can walk on water with my power, try to keep me, and I’ll vanish in an hour. What am I?
Soft and cuddly, I’ll pull on your heart. But take my last name, and I’ll tear you apart. What am I?
Lovely and round, I shine with pale light, grown in the darkness, a lady’s delight. What am I?
I have more shoes than anybody but less feet than everyone. I am met in the morning but departed in the night. I may shake as if I’m angry but I won’t bite. What am I?
The letter S is added to pluralise most words in the English language, e.g. letters to letters, words to words, and language to languages, but I am a word that is pluralised with the addition of the letter C. What am I?
I come with a train and go with a train, and the train doesn’t need me but can’t go without me. What am I?
My first is second in line. I send shivers up your spine. Not quite shining bright, I glitter in the light. What am I?
I can be repeated but rarely in the same way. I can’t be changed but can be rewritten. I can be passed down but should not be forgotten. What am I?
I am a red drum which sounds without being touched and grows silent when I am touched. What am I?
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