What am I? Riddles
Levels 601 to 644
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My keepers feed me coloured balls with sticks they store on my den walls. Sometimes I store them in my pouch; sometimes deep in my belly. Ouch! What am I?
I am a merry creature in pleasant time of year, as in but certain seasons, I sing that you can hear. And yet I’m made a by-word, a very perfect mock; compared to foolish persons and silliest of all folk. What am I?
I fly to any foreign parts, assisted by my spreading wings. My body holds a hundred hearts. Nay, I will tell you stranger things when I am not in haste I ride, and then I mend my pace anon. What am I?
If you drop me I’m sure to crack, but give me a smile and I’ll always smile back. What am I?
Blade to blade, I always win, my foe laid low and even. Yard by yard, through thick and thin, I’m busiest in season. What am I?
Marking mortal privation when firmly in place. An enduring summation inscribed in my face. What am I?
My voice is tender, my waist is slender, and I’m often invited to play. Yet wherever I go I must take my bow or else I have nothing to say. What am I?
I have no head and a tail I lack, but I do have arms and legs and back. I inhabit the palace, the tavern, the cot; ’tis a beggarly residence where I am not. If a monarch were present (I tell you no fable), I still should be placed at the head of the table. What am I?
Though it be cold, I wear no clothes; the frost and snow I never fear. I value neither shoes nor hose, and yet I wander far and near. My diet is forever good – I drink no cider, port, nor sack. What Providence doth send for food, I neither buy nor sell nor lack. What am I?
There’s not a kingdom on the earth I haven’t travelled over and over, and though I know not whence by birth, when I come, you know my roar. I, through the town, do take my flight, and through the fields and meadows green. And whether it be day or night, I neither am nor can be seen. What am I?
Six letters do my name compound. Among the aged oft I’m found. The shepherd also, by the brook, hears me when leaning on his crook. But in the middle me divide and take the half on either side, each backward read, a liquor tell, ev’ry gay toper knows it well. What am I?
They took me from my mother’s side where I was bravely bred, and when to age I did become, they did cut off my head. They gave me to some diet drink that often made me mad, but it made peace between two kings and made two lovers glad. What am I?
I am the black child of a white father, a wingless bird, flying even to the clouds of heaven. I give birth to tears of mourning in pupils that meet me even though there is no cause for grief. And at once, on my birth, I am dissolved into air. What am I?
Although a human shape I wear, mother I never had, and though no sense nor life I share, in finest silks I’m clad. By every miss, I’m valued much, beloved, and highly prized. Still, my cruel fate is such, by boys I am often despised. What am I?
Every dawn begins with me, at dusk I’ll be the first you see, and daybreak couldn’t come without. What midday centres all about. Daisies grow from me, I’m told. And when I come, I end all cold, but in the sun I wouldn’t be found, yet still, each day I’ll be around. What am I?
In wealth, I abound; in water, I stand; as a fencer, I’m valued all over the land. At Venice, I’m famous; by farmers, I’m prized; respected by law, yet huntsmen despised. Consternation and ruin ensue when I break, and the beasts of the forest, advantage won’t take. What am I?
We are little airy creatures; all of different voice and features. One of us in glass is set. One of us you’ll find in jet. Another you may see in tin, and the fourth a box within. If the fifth you should pursue, it can never fly from you. What am I?
Take away my first letter and I still sound the same. Take away my last letter, I still sound the same. Even take away my letter in the middle, I will still sound the same. I am a five letter word. What am I?
I have keys but no locks. I have space but no room. You can enter but cannot go outside. What am I?
When I take five and add six, I get eleven, but when I take six and add seven, I get one. What am I?
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