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A problem or riddle written in rhyme for an artistic twist.

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This rhyming riddle is legal to the letter

With chase, plane, or tiger --whatever your pleasure-- I have been known to fold under pressure. What am I?
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Do you like to sing? Sing, sing along?

While getting ready to go grocery shopping, a song came on that inspired me to write yet another riddle. This isn't typically my style, but anyone can learn anything so long as they try and learn from ...
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Riley Riddle #7: To Be Of Service

First the time named for the Great Giant's wife. Last a desperate source of power or strife. Betwied first find 10, then 21 in the first book. Don't get pricked by this red treat you don't need to ...
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What's that sound? Is it my childhood?

Even your mother may have heard of me, I'm as iconic as who I represent. Ecstacy will fill your body with glee, as you start and when my sounds I present. Except those who never knew the joy, ...
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Solemn, Unhurried Enigma

Scan me, seeking hidden worth. Uncover prizes, gems unearth. Envision! Witness! Look and find! Make mazes, paths. Unmask, unwind. Any means and any acts. Investigate wild wacky facts. ...
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I am what you might find in a ghost town

My prefix will shut you down, my suffix a common noun. My infix desirable to fit in a gown, I am what you might find in a ghost town. What am I?
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I'm rarely seen by you

Our clap is quiet if not silent We are small, soft and pliant Always little or no space between Before your eyes but rarely seen What are we?
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Two long sharp teeth

Two long sharp teeth Two holes beneath My bite is neat I do not eat What am I?
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A connection between Riley Riddles and I

The following riddle was inspired by what is referred to as "Riley Puzzles / Riddles" (example). Another Riley Riddle! This one keeps to the traditions, but it might be a little too hard. I will give ...
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Sum41? How About Tongue41?

I'll admit, okay? I have no tongue. But that doesn't mean that we are done- A delicious dessert, or perhaps your manhood; But don't forget to double it good. A cold treat with a 'nana But without the ...
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Where am I? - A Riley Riddle

First, a preposition for where I go Next is a liquid that's not quick to flow Finally a word used to give permission All of this defines my current position Where am I?
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Please, Sir, I Want Some More!

I was reading the classic Oliver Twist last night and I came across the famous quote in which Oliver says; Please, sir, I want some more. I ended up writing a rather simple riddle related to this. ...
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I'm larger than life, and I eat everything that is provided to me

Undoubtedly, I have a big stomach, it's just in my nature. Nothing can escape me, my thirst atomic, considered a danger. I'm bigger than most everything, does that mean I am fat? Vain men may ...
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Looking for Riley again?

My Prefix is a body of water, My infix body part; My suffix looks like a letter, If you just invert. Tell me what am I?
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Just a simple masquerade

Centuries have been achieved with my aid. I wear my hair in one very long braid. Exploding cars you need? I'll get one made. Please go and stand up in line till you've paid. Actors ...
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Yet another Riley Riddle

An invading force was once named my prefix What they left after, colored my suffix Forgetting my infix is just not allowed When applied to people, I'm more than a crowd What am I? Hint:
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Hunting Season is Open!

As some of you may have gathered, I really like learning about new animals; some of my favorites are: In the spirit of a good challenge with a chance to learn new things, I've created this multi-tier ...
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Ertai87's first Riley Riddle

OK, let me try my hand at this: As an addendum you'd use my prefix Almost in your hand you can find my suffix My infix is even more thin than a hair And some might find me on a wing and a ...
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Why don't my masters match their colors appropriately?

Gathered together as five to form one, I protect you from destruction, On mystical energy I'll fire my gun, the ancestors oversaw my construction. Led by a group of outsiders, they are new to ...
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Come to me, I'll give you rest

Have you ever wondered, is any of this real? As you lay there, slumbered, could you say that you feel? Various thoughts cloud your mind, as you wade through an ocean of people. Ever alone, ...
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Riley pays a visit

My Prefix works solo,My infix will disagree, My suffix is the end, now tell me where I be.
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I command you, you all bow down before me

Really I'm nothing special, I'm as common as anything else. Even if you are careful, You may turn out ruining myself. Dear to many, hated by few. Here is plenty, you'll need to chew. ...
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First Riley Riddle

My prefix will quench my thirst, my suffix is fundamentally measured, my infix is an ancient capital that is treasured. What am I?
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Riley Riddles go round and round

My prefix is an animal, my suffix is round, My infix hears your screaming sound. I make you move, i lead your way Tell me who i am, right away.
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A Puzzle That Reveals More

To start, a source of winter fun. To end, where journeys have begun. To link them, there's an evil one. That's even less. Congrats! You're done.
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A Daring Riley Riddle

My prefix is called out after, The first that passes forty from ties. My suffix might be the laughter, When mother's ghost discerns no cries. My infix is a way of air, Releasing a way of strong ...
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Lyckety-Splyt gets some Deli

This here's my song, G, 'Bout when I was hongry: I went to the deli In harlem. They sell me A sandwich so smelly, Thought I was in Delhi. They put grits of hominy On top of pastronimy. Nine bucks? ...
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Need a number to the Puzzle, rhyme

Words on the page, meant to contrive A specific number at which to arrive, The rhyme is the key, and it's there you must drive, But to count for the answer, just spell the word 'LIVE'.
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A Writer Named Poky Was Betrayed

Riddle me this: I am home to the letters, But I am not the alphabet. Whenever there be errors, The display may then correct / A corner may correct. You can find my ancestor, Only in the ...
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My first Riley Riddle

My prefix is dishonest, in everything they say, My infix is the price, that my suffix asks to pay.
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A classic riddle with a soft touch

Bane of sailors. Bliss for the head. I am complete when I am dead. What am I? This one perplexed a game group, including a sailor, so I hope to see you fare better. Some hints:
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I didn't ask to be torn apart and put back together again

Bippity boppity boo! I don't really know how to shoot; By the end, your love for me grew, By the end, I knew what I must do. You can be sure that when danger looms, I will prevent our ...
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This should be a tough one

Oh my, oh my, my puzzling friends My last riddle is unsolved but for a few odds and ends. With no interaction, I've gotten quite bored. I wrote this riddle so I won't be ignored. ...
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We constitute the most important

We are twins by last name Our duty is almost the same We are off twice a day When shown in a lengthy way In our duty we alternate In that way, mutually we are considerate Who are we ?
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My prefix is a formula, my suffix being shared

The following riddle was inspired by what is referred to as "Riley Puzzles / Riddles" (example). My prefix is a formula, My suffix being shared. My infix starts a warm colour, Though cast away ...
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Everyone who sees this puzzle has at least one of me

It's time to play a game, are you ready to Play? A place? I am the same. I don't change day to Day. Do you know who I am, managed by Registries? Even if I'm used to scam, your identity they ...
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An ode to Puzzling

Good morning puzzlers, near and far, I am back again. I have another puzzle, so time to rack your brain. When last we met, you had a rest, for innovation's sake To good old Quantum ...
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Might Be Old, Might Be Egg

The first and oldest, strong and bright Performs his duty dawn to night. Inside a curve a humble stick Does even better - what a trick! Many turnings, night and day, Dust that runs a narrow ...
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Come in and rest! It's been a long day

It's been fun, but this is my last riddle for today. Check in tomorrow for some more, if I can think of any. And thanks for all the upvotes on my question, I have reached my maximum reputation gain ...
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I am found in maturity, and in senility lost

Me again. You know what to do by now I am found in maturity, and in senility lost. I am present in the innovators, who push on, no matter the cost. If you are a carpenter, then I am a ...
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In the olden days, I was feared, for my name meant certain death

here is another riddle I came up with. In the olden days, I was feared, for my name meant certain death. Nowadays I describe the gentle wind's cold breath. when you are young, you hate me,...
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For trillions of years, quietly I sat

Just thought of this one, might be pretty easy, but I think it should be challenging enough. For trillions of years, quietly I sat. Well, I wasn't quiet at all, but it sure seemed like that. ...
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I limit your movement, yet without me you'd not walk

Here's my third riddle today, and ever. This might be a bit more tricky than my last one, but I can't wait to see what you come up with. I limit your movement, yet without me you'd not walk. ...
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With some help, I'm very smart, alone I am quite dumb…

Just stumbled on this SE a few days ago, and It has inspired me to get into riddles and puzzles myself. This is the second riddle I have ever written, I imagine it should be pretty easy (Though that ...
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Necessary to live, painful to bear

I burn without flame, though you may disagree, I understand your pain, which stings worse than a bee. I rupture easily, even though I can last forever, I surcease uneasily, I will affect you ...
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WHAT?! AM I BOTHERING YOU?

So often forgotten, unless accidentally used, How am I so rotten; why am I so often abused? I'm loud and obnoxious, it's obvious when I'm there, For I'm not for the cautious, you might use me ...
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My prefix is the beginning

My prefix is the beginning, My suffix is too, My infix is telling, What magic makes you do. What am I? Hint #1
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I Have No Lungs

Riddle me this: I have no lungs, but I can breathe, Where you, yourself, cannot. Via me, the greenwoods seethe, Where my cheeks will flush when hot. I have no lungs, but I can drown, ...
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Youth is, Inevitably, the Nature of Yielding Adulthood. Nurture it Greatly

Riddle me this: We are both black and white with two seeds, But they each can never be planted; Through our swirl, philosophy proceeds, But our balance is taken for granted. Our forces ...
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You Can Find Me in a Pickle Jar, But Not if There's Cookies (By Far!)

Riddle me this: I'm in a pillow, but not in a blanket; In a piano, but not in a crotchet; In a picnic, but not in a basket; Close to four, but far from a quartet. I'm not for treasure, ...