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A puzzle whose answer will be a word or a set of words but not a phrase, sentence or sentences.

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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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With two, I exist

Another Tyobrien-style riddle: With three, I cross a river. With four, I am a man. With all five, I am a woman. Hint:
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With three, you call for me,

Here is a new Tyo-puzzle inspired by the first TyoBrien Puzzle. With three, you call for me, With five, you stay in me, With all seven you put belongings in me.
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Do you know, or don't you?

I am formed of letters three, Have a go - can you find me? When you give me legs, I'll help you see the stars. When you take me fishing, I'll help you playing music. When I join a ...
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Definitely not suspicious

This unsuspicious ... post - has just a bunch of random letters. No secret words, no silly ciphers, nothing. Nothing to see here. Goodbye. Urgent secret message: Go to another question ahem, what ...
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Using kids shows? How original!

Something most of us will not escape from. I've included the Knowledge tag since the character depicted above is not some creature I made up.
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Zeebus Puzzle #3

Another day, another rebus puzzle:
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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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Possibly over there

My prefix is possible, My old suffix is over there, My infix is whatever you want, And my whole might be really grand. What am I?
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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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The only thing I understood was espresso

Cogito ergo sum, Om mani padme hum. Ordem e progresso, Cognac e espresso. One of the speech, One of the mouth, One of the tongue, One into the mouth. Looking for four words of four ...
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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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Ready, Set, Deathmatch

But can you survive the '_ _ _ _ _ ?
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A bird, a fish, a star. Wait what?

Very punny. 1. 2. 3. What punny word does each image represent?
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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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Zeebus Puzzle #2

Below is a rebus puzzle for you to solve:
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I was inspired to create a third (and not final) anagram puzzle

Inspired by @QuantumTwinkie's anagram puzzles. Okay, another $20$ lines for another anagram puzzle. (I did reveal one of the original lines in a comment, but you won't find that here.) Some are easy, ...
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I need a vacation

Into the water a lion's head spews, a fine city's residents line up in queues. Middle of the world, an Andean pearl, a high city famous for mountainous views. Into the ocean the ...
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Zeebus Puzzle #1

Below is a rebus puzzle for you to solve:
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A rhyming riddle made by me, is not as good as Riley's can be

My prefix comes first, my suffix in the end. I have a tail, a tail I can bend. My infix in every circle you find. So tell me, have you made up your mind? Hint 1: EDIT: Sorry for the big mistake......
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This could be another Riley's Riddle

I'm the beginning, and I'll be the end. When I'm gone, so will you, my friend. I am the power, the power of life. Without me, nothing can survive. Now you know the rules of my game I want you to guess ...
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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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Yellow jackets freak me out

Yellow jackets freak me out Rejection always stings I was brought up Just to fall When will this ever end? What am I? Hint 1: Hint 2:
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Again, a riley riddle

Try this one: My prefix gets you places My infix is a companion And my suffix are unwanted plants This one shouldn't be too hard.
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My prefix is the result of human creativity

My prefix is the result of human creativity. My suffix creates hazards. My infix represents me in another language. I am often found in the ground. 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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Serious mountain business only. Bring your gear

Half a mountain, a man who made a film about a mountain, a man who wrote a book about a mountain, half a mountain, something resembling a mountain. Looking for the name of a... yeah, you ...
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I come bearing another Riley

My prefix is a family member, my infix is my path, My suffix is what witches do, if you incur their wrath Tell me what am I?
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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 5 letter word that remains a word if you remove any one letter

I'm interested in finding English words that, when any one letter is removed, the result is still a valid, correctly-spelled English word. For example, the word "SPAY" is an example of such a word, as ...
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Just another riley riddle

Just another riley riddle: My prefix is a lie, My infix is what some people pledge to, My suffix is to have less What is the word?
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My second Riley Riddle

My prefix is rejection, my infix is option, My suffix is a road we take to reach destination. Tell me who am I? Hint: Note: You can check out my first Riley riddle here
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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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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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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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I am a Vampire to the Day

Want to meet me? Fat chance 'cause there are only two main places, Where you can see my beauty. Many names I have, but one that is universal I am a vampire to the day yet rely on ...
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Hey, Hey! Listen!

"So, I've got a friend. You haven't met him yet, so I'll tell you about him. Hey, are you listening? I'll quiz you! Sound fair? This guy, he's a bit of a trouble maker. At work, when something goes ...
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Guuuurl, I **love** that flower

I can sit on your head, or maybe your hand; I look like I came from a different land. Find me in water, or perhaps above, I'll give your prized flower some lovely, lovely love. I can be a snack, ...
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Eyes on the Prize

You rush to the edge of a cliff- I in turn greet you. You slam open the door of a plane- I know you want me. You'll jump. You yield to me; I'll be the end of you. I deliver the prize, ...
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Falcon Circus, Prologue: The Twins

The Sequel You get home from work, grab the mail, take off your coat, and sit down on the couch with the TV on the news. "Bills, bills, junk..." you sift through your mail, and stop to look at a very ...
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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 was inspired to create another anagram puzzle

Another anagram puzzle! Just like my previous anagram puzzle, this one has $20$ lines. Some are easy, some are hard, but some can also be a little funny. Once again, credit to @QuantumTwinkie's ...
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D, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2005

Red Prysock. 1955, 2002. The Beach Boys, Heart. 1967, 1970, 1972. Walter Egan. 1970, 1978, 2008. Dead Milkmen. 1967, 2010. For all you dads out there, here's a puzzle for you! What is the ...
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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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You see me every day

My solem wish is to break free, If you double up, I shall not flee. To the ground I tie you with my yarn, in prisons the keep me, so I don't harm. Thick and thin and I come in various colours, ...