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An affix riddle to dip into

You are: My prefix is a great part of what can be found in bird cemeteries My infix is a shortened form of a capturing device's name My suffix sounds like a great quantity of matter, but prefers to ...
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I start with the end

You are I start with the end. A sixth of a sixth. I end with the start. A third of a third. What am I?
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A Little Brittle Riddle

I have a feeling the answer here is: I start with half of nothing, end with half of eternity And in the middle lies a town, named "Monster Bakery" The references to 'brittle'...
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Just this puzzle (notes on the fridge)

Answer What were you struggling with? Reasoning Hint 7: Hint 5: Bonus question: I don't know, maybe
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No repeats were found

Because I am dissatisfied with this puzzle, I want to self-answer, also showing my "riddle creation" process. My deepest apologies to the people who tried. The sough-after word is: Making ...
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Here is my attempt. Similar to Daniel's answer, I noticed that However this doesn't answer the title text unfortunately.
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Might it be My working is as follows:
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A Connect Wall to watch and seek answers about

The groups are ... and the other word is The title fits in because of
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Olympics connect?

Okay, this is a puzzle I've looked at multiple times over the past couple of years and never managed to find my way through to a solution. So - full disclosure - I've done some research online to see ...
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No repeats were found

Partial answer: What is being talked about, is the fact that: In terms of finding a specific word or words, a few ideas: Best guess: Other guesses:
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No repeats were found

Are you, maybe, a (new answer) I am a word, but there only once, Maybe absurd, perhaps naming some dunce, Find how they call me, to get the prize, And solve this riddle, in one or two tries.
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"S᠎i᠎n᠎c᠎e᠎ his

Now that this puzzle has been tweaked, First you have to recognize that The clues are solved like so Each clue has a Bible verse. Finally, Exodus 1:1-5 When spoken aloud
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days are determined

This puzzle should be The clued words are: Taking the circled letters
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days are determined

First let's solve the clues, noticing the pattern in each answer as we go: Now look at the numbers beside each clue...
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You can’t read me, yet here we are

I think the answer is: sorry... You can’t read me, yet here we are. As good as line 5, but just as far. Doctors may share this trait. Or maybe just a half-eaten cake. When looking back at your ...
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You can’t read me, yet here we are

I will try my hand at another answer, is the answer You can't read me, yet here we are. As good as line 5, but just as far. Doctors may share this trait. Or maybe just a half-eaten cake. I think ...
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You can’t read me, yet here we are

Not too sure about this one, but... maybe it is You can’t read me, yet here we are. As good as line 5, but just as far. Doctors may share this trait. Or maybe just a half-eaten cake.
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A riley: The Breaking Point

How about a This is very much piggybacking on Stiv’s answer but The valley, as identified by Stiv Charged, as identified by Stiv And why?
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A riley: The Breaking Point

You are: My prefix is crossed out, for ancients, My infix is a valley, for genii, My suffix is charged, for ever, And my whole is a breaking point.
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A riley: The Breaking Point

You are an My prefix is crossed out, My infix is a valley, My suffix is charged, And my whole is a breaking point.
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A Riley: A Jewish landmark

My prefix is a verb, asking for something badly, My infix is from Rome, we still use it today, My suffix is a drink of courage, or so some say, My whole is, all together, a Jew showing you how to ...
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Usually two different meanings

The 6-letter word is: Take a look at each of the six strings of numbers in turn...
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The four of us, hidden

The 7-letter answer is: As if we... This should be easier to see if we break it up with some punctuation marks:
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Close your eyes and feel the twist of this puzzle

The answer to this puzzle (which fits with the sense of the title) is: The image is fairly straightforward to decipher if you are familiar with: However, you need to bear in mind the:
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The riddle and its affixes

You are Your prefix is Your infix is Your suffix is
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AS CODE: FIVE BIT ⇐ U SAW/SEE

As hinted by the given grid, Then,
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I Can Be Innovation - What Am I?

You are: You use me, perhaps every day, while too much can lead to your dismay. I can be innovation, I can be a large blast. However, that won't last. You can see me when I am deadly, while I am ...
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No Computer Allowed (Beware the Eater)

Trying to avoid herrings and computers I'm going with The logic behind it
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No Computer Allowed (Beware the Eater)

Answer is How to find Note I used the comment from @someoneinexistence.
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No Computer Allowed (Beware the Eater)

Answer is How to find
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Disorganised and riddled

You are: Not only does this kinda satisfy the riddle as a whole... ...but also (and perhaps more crucially here)...
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A tribe's misfortune - A short poem

The first day we arrived, under a strong rain, That night we ate pilau, relieving the pain. We asked, soaked and with only land to bribe: "Will ownership help rebuild our tribe?" But ...
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A Connect Wall to be a proper knight

I believe (despite a few red herrings in the list!) that the wall could be resolved as follows: This means the missing word which could fit all 4 categories is:
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What am I riddle? I exist just before your eyes

Answer: I exist just before your eyes but you can't touch me You can be anywhere but I will be nowhere I can be bought but no one truly owns me People buy me but I don't truly exist I am 3 on a 2 ...
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What am I riddle? I exist just before your eyes

Answer: I exist just before your eyes but you can't touch me You can be anywhere but I will be nowhere I can be bought but no one truly owns me People buy me but I don't truly exist I am 3 on a 2 ...
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Just this puzzle (notes on the fridge)

Answer: Reasoning Word tag - the answer is a word or set of words. Bonus Question/Hint (for a creative thinker; this is optional but I'd be curious to see your creation): Hint 2: Hint 3:
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What am I riddle? I exist just before your eyes

Real wacky but just as a thought: I can be bought but no one truly owns me People buy me but I don't truly exist I exist just before your eyes but you can't touch me. You can be anywhere but I will ...
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Making multiple sentences out of 5 words

Here is a general strategy to get 24 sentences... ...together with one specific implementation. (For a few randomly chosen sentences, I've included a paraphrasing to help you parse them.)
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What am I riddle? I exist just before your eyes

Are you I exist just before your eyes but you can't touch me You can be anywhere but I will be nowhere I can be bought but no one truly owns me People buy me but I don't truly exist I am 3 on a 2 ...
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My infix makes 500 minus 9

My prefix survives above the tree line without you My infix makes 500 minus 9 My suffix is always a little amped up, or maybe down? Welcome to Puzzling and you will have passed the
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Making multiple sentences out of 5 words

You could use those five words: In use:
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Making multiple sentences out of 5 words

I feel like this should be sufficient. :)
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A Connect Wall to be a proper knight

Tentative ... Group 1: Group 2: Group 3: Remaining words, but I can't figure out the pattern for Group 4:
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