There are 5 words in the English language (6 if we count "Eamon") where the letter combination "ea" makes an "ay" sound rather then an "ee" sound. What are they?
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Test run, take two. The first run went well, so let's keep it up!
For your second riddle, things might just get trickier -
With some common bond, things might just get stickier!
When I'm with a group ...
I met a traveller from an antique land
Who said: "Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand on the desert. Near them, over his sand,
Half sunk, a shatter'd visage lies, whose gown,
And wrinkled lip, ...
Find a pair of English words each of which can be a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb such that:
as nouns, adjectives, and adverbs, they're opposite in meaning
as verbs, they have the same meaning
Each of the 4 pictures below represents one word in a famous movie quote. The pictures (and thus, the words) are in order from left to right.
Once you get the 4 words indicated by the pictures below,...
Pursued by many, hated by few,
It's amazing how much I can do.
Creation, enlargement, or despise,
Tell me now where you keep your eyes.
Life or death, on different fronts,
I am the goal of many hunts.
SPY and SKY are examples of words without any true vowel in it.
(I am referring to A, E, I, O, U as vowels.)
Question: What is longest English word that has no vowel in it. (Please post its meaning ...
One for hunt and silver hue.
One for war and battles due.
One for trade and souls askew.
One for sky and thunder too.
One for love and beauty true.
One for peace and fortune through.
One for light and ...
Come ponder with me, as we go forth,
How we behave in a manner of worth.
With a single change, that worth is no more.
Instead we consider the ones before.
After one more change, seen with different ...
There are people who claim that they can look upon the land, and the land will speak to them.
I recently got caught in a sandstorm, and particles of sand flew past my eyes.
What is the desert saying?
I come from the dark,
but I was born in the bright
I open your eyes into my origins
The cloths I give to everything and everyone, are simple to me
When I pass through you,
you can't see me,
Maybe one word, or maybe two,
Read these lines, find the clues.
Determination must first start,
Sometimes it leads to starting art.
No matter where it goes, one must first try,
Without the start of ...
So tell me know, can you figure out,
The clues I'll give are all about
A subject many really quite hate,
The moment they hear it, from the gate.
It really is useful, as science would say,
I cannot be touched, but I often touch,
I have no shape or form,
But I can be soft or rough:
Can you guess what I am?
I can be short or long,
but don't always take up space.
I can, however, forever ...
You call me a liar, and say I was the first.
But I was the second, the first liar isn't cursed.
I'll open, open, and tell you what I see.
If I start to fight, you'd think I start with a knee.
What is the longest English word you can type using only letters that are adjacent on a QWERTY keyboard?
You can start anywhere and then either repeat the previous letter or move to an adjacent one.
The beginning of the beginning and start of all,
The beginning of the beginning and part of a call.
I bring pain and suffering, but lots of love.
I cause serious foolishness, but am pure as a dove.
I come at night, and in the day.
I'm always there, do what you may.
You may think that I hate the light,
Because it is what gives you your sight.
But truthfully in light I trust,
Because for me it is ...
A 3x3 box is given to you with two blank squares. You have to fill a letter in each to form a nine lettered word beginning from one of the corners and ending in the middle while going clockwise.
Up or down, down or up?
You may find me inside your cup.
Found or not, not or found,
I might be upon the ground.
Here or there, there or here,
You won't like me inside your ear.
Play or sit, sit or ...