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Level 1

Riddle 1 What has two hands, a round face, always runs, but stays in place? Click here!
Riddle 2 I get wet when drying. Click here!
Riddle 3 Santa's favorite entrance. Click here!
Riddle 4 What has a neck but no head? Click here!
Riddle 5 It goes around the world but stays in a corner. Click here!
Riddle 6 It comes down but never goes up. Click here!
Riddle 7 It goes up but never comes down. Click here!
Riddle 8 The more you take, the more you leave behind. Click here!
Riddle 9 Full of holes, yet still holds water. Click here!
Riddle 10 If you drop me I'm sure to crack, but give me a smile and I'll always smile back. Click here!
Riddle 11 I'm lighter than air but a million men can't lift me. Click here!
Riddle 12 Round as a dishpan, deep as a tub, and still the oceans couldn't fill it up. Click here!
Riddle 13 Bind it and it walks. Loose it and it stops. Click here!
Riddle 14 Who spends the day at the window, goes to the table for meals and hides at night? Click here!
Riddle 15 It stands on one leg with its heart in its head. Click here!
Riddle 16 It's been around for millions of years, but it's no more than a month old. Click here!
Riddle 17 It belongs to you but others use it more than you do. Click here!
Riddle 18 What goes up the chimney down, but can't go down the chimney up? Click here!
Riddle 19 The more you take away, the larger it becomes. Click here!
Riddle 20 It goes into the water black and comes out red. Click here!

Level 2

Riddle 1 What is black when it is clean and white when it is dirty? Click here!
Riddle 2 I can honk without using a horn. Click here!
Riddle 3 No matter how little or how much you use me, you change me every month. Click here!
Riddle 4 What loses its head in the morning but gets it back at night? Click here!
Riddle 5 I have keys but no locks. I have space but no room. You can enter but can't go outside. Click here!
Riddle 6 The more you have, the less you see. Click here!
Riddle 7 What goes through towns and over hills but never moves? Click here!
Riddle 8 They come out at night without being called, and are lost in the day without being stolen. Click here!
Riddle 9 What can fill a room but takes up no space? Click here!
Riddle 10 What has to be broken before you can use it? Click here!
Riddle 11 What has a thumb and four fingers but is not alive? Click here!
Riddle 12 What is it that no man ever saw, which never was, but always will be? Click here!
Riddle 13 Everyone has it and no one can lose it, what is it? Click here!
Riddle 14 What has arms and legs but no head? Click here!
Riddle 15 What can you break but not touch? Click here!
Riddle 16 What has a ring but no finger? Click here!
Riddle 17 What goes up and down without moving? Click here!
Riddle 18 It is yellow and you can serve it but not eat. Click here!
Riddle 19 It cannot be seen, it weighs nothing, but when put into a barrel, it makes it lighter. Click here!
Riddle 20 What is found over your head but under your hat? Click here!
Riddle 21 What has a mouth but can't chew? Click here!
Riddle 22 Don't forget to do this when blowing out the candles. Click here!
Riddle 23 Sends paper without using the post office. Click here!
Riddle 24 Something you carry while singing. Click here!

Level 3

Riddle 1 A great mystery that the bold have been known to journey into. Click here!
Riddle 2 Light as a feather, there is nothing in it, yet the strongest man can't hold it for much more than a minute. Click here!
Riddle 3 Often found in doctor's offices and on pirate flags. Click here!
Riddle 4 Diamonds and stress have this to thank for their existence. Click here!
Riddle 5 What you make after you've weighed your options. Click here!
Riddle 6 These help engines spin and trousers stay up. Click here!
Riddle 7 A sport with love and service played by singles and pairs. Click here!
Riddle 8 These begin your sentences and are home to your leader. Click here!
Riddle 9 Makes apples fall from trees. Click here!
Riddle 10 A singer's most precious possession. Click here!
Riddle 11 What surrounds the world, yet dwells within a thimble? Click here!
Riddle 12 Tear one off and scratch my head. What once was red is now black instead. Click here!
Riddle 13 Tall in the morning, short at noon, gone at night. Click here!
Riddle 14 If you have it, you want to share it. If you share it, you don't have it. What is it? Click here!
Riddle 15 What do you throw out to use and take in when you're done? Click here!
Riddle 16 A word I know, six letters it contains, subtract just one and twelve remains. Click here!
Riddle 17 People need me but they always give me away. Click here!
Riddle 18 What do you not want to have and not want to lose? Click here!
Riddle 19 What has no beginning, end or middle? Click here!
Riddle 20 Many foods can make me strong but give me water and I won't last long. Click here!
Riddle 21 Something everybody tends to overlook, no matter how careful they are. Click here!
Riddle 22 I am a king but also a common device of measure. Click here!
Riddle 23 What always works with something in its eye? Click here!
Riddle 24 What is made of wood but can't be sawed? Click here!
Riddle 25 What is the ending of all that begins? Click here!
Riddle 26 The line a runner strives to reach. Click here!
Riddle 27 The most foreign visitors you could imagine. Click here!
Riddle 28 The edge of earth and bread. Click here!

Level 4

Riddle 1 Ambitious people will climb social version of this contraption. Click here!
Riddle 2 Do this to your gifts to make them festive. Click here!
Riddle 3 The little pink nub that helps rectify mistakes. Click here!
Riddle 4 Edible items purchased in large quantities Click here!
Riddle 5 Old people and owls are said to be this. Click here!
Riddle 6 Can be done to buttons and shopping carts. Click here!
Riddle 7 Snow White was friendly with seven of them. Click here!
Riddle 8 Temporary evidence of where you've been strolling. Click here!
Riddle 9 It begins but has no end. Click here!
Riddle 10 A box without hinges, lock or key, yet golden treasure lies within. Click here!
Riddle 11 Forward I'm heavy, but backwards I'm not. Click here!
Riddle 12 I can be long, or I can be short. I can be grown, and I can be bought. I can be painted, or left bare. I can be round, or square. Click here!
Riddle 13 I go in hard. I come out soft. You blow me hard. What am I? Click here!
Riddle 14 What force and strength cannot get through, I, with a gentle touch, can do. And many in the street would stand, were I not a friend at hand. Click here!
Riddle 15 Thirty white horses on a red hill, first champ, then stamp, and then stand still. Click here!
Riddle 16 What is deep within you, never dies or gets worn out, and only needs some fire from time to time? Click here!
Riddle 17 I can be told and can make you crazy. Most people don't like me and think I'm harmful. Click here!
Riddle 18 A mile from end to end, yet as close to as a friend. A precious commodity, freely given. Seen on the dead and on the living. Found on the rich, poor, short and tall, but shared among children most of all. What is it? Click here!
Riddle 19 I run cold and hot, I look blue but am red. Click here!
Riddle 20 Lovely and round, I shine with pale light, Grown in the darkness, A lady's delight. Click here!
Riddle 21 What can you never have for breakfast? Click here!
Riddle 22 I cover what is real and hide what is true, But sometimes I bring out the courage in you. Click here!
Riddle 23 What can be seen but never found that only hides in the unwound? Click here!
Riddle 24 I appear in the morning but am always there. You can never see me though I am everywhere. By night I am gone, though I sometimes never was. Nothing can defeat me but I am easily gone. Click here!
Riddle 25 I cannot hear or even see, But sense light and sounds there may be, Sometimes I end up on a hook, I can be combined with a book. Click here!
Riddle 26 I am a seed, three letters in the name, Take away two and I sound quite the same. Click here!
Riddle 27 I can run but not walk. Wherever I go, thought follows close behind. Click here!
Riddle 28 Destroyer of the unbreakable, More of me is hidden than seen. Click here!
Riddle 29 Man walks over, man walks under, In times of war he burns asunder. What is it? Click here!
Riddle 30 I always run but never walk, I sometimes sing but cannot talk, No head on which a hat to place, You always look me in the face. Click here!
Riddle 31 I saw the dead bring forth the living. I saw the living bring forth the dead. What did I see? Click here!
Riddle 32 What has roots that nobody sees, Is taller than trees, Up, up it goes, Yet it never grows? Click here!

Level 5

Riddle 1 One am I, among six others: Largest, smallest, Cold, dark and two brothers. Click here!
Riddle 2 Three little letters, a paradox to some. The worse that it is, the better it becomes. Click here!
Riddle 3 You have to travel far before you turn it over. What is it? Click here!
Riddle 4 In the night a mountain in the morning a meadow. Click here!
Riddle 5 Voiceless it cries, wingless flutters, toothless bites, mouthless mutters. Click here!
Riddle 6 The thunder comes before the lightning, And the lightning comes before the cloud, The rain dries all the land it touches, Wrapping the earth in a blood red shroud. Click here!
Riddle 7 A metal neither black nor red, As heavy as man's golden greed. What you do to stay ahead, With friend or foe or arrow and steed. Click here!
Riddle 8 I am two-faced, but bear one head. Men spill their blood for me. I have no legs but travel widely. I make kings immortal. I am potent when shared, Yet lust for my power keeps me locked away. Click here!
Riddle 9 Sometimes you'll find me hard and cold, Other times I'm hard to hold, Always present in the air, If I'm ever gone, beware. Click here!
Riddle 10 More precious than gold, but cannot be bought, Can never be sold, only earned if it's sought, If it is broken it can still can be mended, At birth it can't start nor by death is it ended. Click here!
Riddle 11 Made of ten but two we make, When assembled others quake, Five apart and we are weak, Five together havoc wreak. Click here!
Riddle 12 I am something many people don't enjoy having as a friend, including you. But I am called upon anytime someone is injured. Click here!
Riddle 13 I have many feathers to help me fly. I have a body and head but I'm not alive. Your strength determines how far I go. You can hold me in your hand, but I'm never thrown. Click here!
Riddle 14 I spit like bacon, am made with an egg, I have plenty of backbone but lack good legs, I peel like an onion but still remain whole, I'm long like a flagpole, yet fit in a hole. Click here!
Riddle 15 I crawl on the earth and rise on a pillar. Click here!
Riddle 16 In the marble walls as white as wilk, Lined with skin as soft as silk, Within a fountain crystal clear, A golden apple does appear. No doors are there to this stronghold, Yet thieves break in and steal the gold. Click here!
Riddle 17 I cannot be other than what I am, Until the man who made me dies, Power and glory will fall to me finally, Only when he last closes his eyes Click here!
Riddle 18 This thing all things devours, Birds, beasts, trees, and flowers. Gnaws iron bites steel, Grinds hard stones to meal, Slays king, ruins town, And beats high mountain down. Click here!
Riddle 19 It cannot be seen, it cannot be felt, Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt, Lies behind stars and under hills, And empty holes it fills. Comes first follows after, Ends life kills laughter. Click here!
Riddle 20 I am a box that holds keys without locks, yet they can unlock your soul. Click here!
Riddle 21 What has a neck and no head, two arms but no hands? Click here!
Riddle 22 Two in a whole and four in a pair. Six in a trio you see. Eight's a quartet but what you must get, Is the name that fits just one of me. Click here!
Riddle 23 It can be cracked, It can be made, It can be told, It can be played. Click here!
Riddle 24 This old one runs forever, but never moves at all. He has not lungs nor throat, but still a mighty roaring call. Click here!
Riddle 25 It may only be given, Not taken or bought, What the sinner desires, But the saint does not. Click here!
Riddle 26 I am flora, not fauna, I am foliage, not trees, I am shrubbery, not grass. Click here!
Riddle 27 If you look you cannot see me. If you see me you cannot see anything else. I can make anything you want happen, but later everything goes back to normal. Click here!
Riddle 28 I have five letters and people eat me. When you remove my first letter I become a crime. Remove my first two letters and I am an animal. If you remove my first and last letters I'm a form of music. Click here!
Riddle 29 The eight of us go forth not back to protect our king from a foe's attack. What are we? Click here!
Riddle 30 What can't be burned in a fire nor drowned in water? Click here!
Riddle 31 The man who invented it doesn't want it. The man who bought it doesn't need it. The man who needs it doesn't know it. Click here!
Riddle 32 I am whole but incomplete. I have no eyes, yet I see. You can see, and see right through me. My largest part is one fourth of what I once was. Click here!
Riddle 33 You saw me where I never was and where I could not be. And yet within that very place, my face you often see. Click here!
Riddle 34 I'm where yesterday follows today, and tomorrow's in the middle. Click here!
Riddle 35 You use a knife to slice my head and weep beside me when I am dead. Click here!
Riddle 36 Mr. Blue lives in the blue house, Mr. Pink lives in the pink house, and Mr. Brown lives in the brown house. Who lives in the white house? Click here!

Level 6

Riddle 1 What goes up when rain comes down? Click here!
Riddle 2 What instrument can you hear but not touch or see? Click here!
Riddle 3 I wear a red robe, With staff in hand, And a stone in my throat. Cut me and I weep red tears Click here!
Riddle 4 What is so delicate that saying its name breaks it? Click here!
Riddle 5 Begin with a word, five letters to my name, Remove the first and last but I am the same. Take out my middle and still I remain. Click here!
Riddle 6 What's black when you get it, red when you use it, and white when you're all through with it? Click here!
Riddle 7 Snake coiled round and round, Snake deep below the ground, Snake that's never had a head, Snake that binds but not with dread. Click here!
Riddle 8 What is it that after you take away the whole, some still remains? Click here!
Riddle 9 I run over fields and woods all day. Under the bed at night I sit not alone. My tongue hangs out, up and to the rear, awaiting to be filled in the morning. Click here!
Riddle 10 Throw it off the highest building, and I'll not break. But put me in the ocean, and I will. Click here!
Riddle 11 Mouthless but I will tell you a name that is not mine, I will show you the years I have seen but I have no eyes, Memory I have but I have no mind. Click here!
Riddle 12 This mother comes from a family of eight, Supports her children in spite of their weight, Turns around without being called, Has held you since the time you crawled. Click here!
Riddle 13 You heard me before, Yet you hear me again, Then I die, Untill you call me again. Click here!
Riddle 14 Three lives have I. Gentle enough to soothe the skin, Light enough to caress the sky, Hard enough to crack rocks. Click here!
Riddle 15 With pointed fangs it sits in wait, With piercing force it doles out fate, Over bloodless victims proclaiming its might, Eternally joining in a single bite. Click here!
Riddle 16 My life can be measured in hours, I serve by being devoured. Thin, I am quite fat. I am slow, wind is my foe. Click here!
Riddle 17 At the sound of me, men may dream or stamp their feet. At the sound of me, women may laugh or sometimes weep. Click here!
Riddle 18 What makes a loud noise when changing its jacket, becomes larger but weighs less? Click here!
Riddle 19 What loses its head in the morning but gets it back at night? Click here!
Riddle 20 Halo of water, tongue of wood. Skin of stone, long I've stood. My fingers short reach to the sky. Inside my heart men live and die. Click here!
Riddle 21 Two bodies have I, though both joined in one, The more I stand still the faster I run. Click here!
Riddle 22 I'm not the sort that's eaten, I'm not the sort you bake, Don't put me in an oven, I don't taste that great, But when applied correctly, around me you will find, Problems are so simple when my digits come to mind. Click here!
Riddle 23 What word of five letters has only one left when two letters are removed? Click here!
Riddle 24 What can bring back the dead, make us cry, make us laugh, make us young, born in an instant yet lasts a life time? Click here!
Riddle 25 I lack much reason, but often rhyme, And require logic to pass the time, To get the words to tell your kin, Look for clues that lie within, Though all are different, they act the same, The answer is practically in the name. Click here!
Riddle 26 What has 88 keys but can't open a single door? Click here!
Riddle 27 Some try to hide, some try to cheat, but time will show, we always will meet. Try as you might, to guess my name, I promise you'll know, when you I do claim. Click here!
Riddle 28 People need me but they always give me away. Click here!
Riddle 29 I pass before the sun, yet make no shadow. What am I? Click here!
Riddle 30 Which vehicle is spelled the same forwards and backwards? Click here!
Riddle 31 In a tunnel of darkness lies a beast of iron. It can only attack when pulled back. Click here!
Riddle 32 If it is two hours later, then it will take half as much time till it's midnight as it would be if it were an hour later. What time is it? Click here!
Riddle 33 What keeps things green and keeps kids occupied in the summertime. Click here!
Riddle 34 Forward I'm heavy, but backwards I'm not. What am I? Click here!
Riddle 35 What is easy to get into, but hard to get out of? Click here!
Riddle 36 What English word retains the same pronunciation, even after you take away four of its five letters? Click here!
Riddle 37 Weight in my belly, trees on my back;, nails in my ribs, feet I do lack. Click here!
Riddle 38 Alive without breath, As cold as death, Clad in mail never clinking, Never thirsty, ever drinking. Click here!
Riddle 39 What calls for help, when written in capital letters, is the same forwards, backwards and upside down? Click here!
Riddle 40 Soft and fragile is my skin. I get my growth in dirt. I'm dangerous as much as pretty. For if not careful, I draw blood. Click here!

Level 7

Riddle 1 What has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps, can run but never walks, and has a bank but no money? Click here!
Riddle 2 I cover what's real, hide what is true, but somtimes bring out the courage in you. Click here!
Riddle 3 Though liquid in nature, don't push me too far, for then I will break, and the damage may scar. Click here!
Riddle 4 Teddy bears are never hungry because they are always what? Click here!
Riddle 5 What turns everything around, but does not move? Click here!
Riddle 6 He has married many women, but has never been married. Who is he? Click here!
Riddle 7 What kind of tree can you carry in your hand? Click here!
Riddle 8 Forward I am heavy, but backward I am not. Click here!
Riddle 9 For some I go fast, for others I'm slow. To most people, I'm an obsession. Relying on me is a well practiced lesson. Click here!
Riddle 10 What can be heard and caught but never seen? Click here!
Riddle 11 Many things can create one, it can be of any shape or size, it is created for various reasons, and it can shrink or grow with time. Click here!
Riddle 12 What can you catch but not throw? Click here!
Riddle 13 You hear it speak, for it has a hard tongue. But it cannot breathe, for it has not a lung. Click here!
Riddle 14 We are little creatures; all of us have different 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 is boxed within. If the fifth you should pursue, it can never fly from you. What are we? Click here!
Riddle 15 Who makes it, has no need of it. Who buys it, has no use for it. Who uses it can neither see nor feel it. Click here!
Riddle 16 Lighter than what I am made of. More of me is hidden than seen. Click here!
Riddle 17 I have an eye but cannot see. I am stronger and faster then any man alive but have no limbs. Click here!
Riddle 18 What do you get when you cross an automobile with a household animal? Click here!
Riddle 19 I have legs but walk not, a strong back but work not, two good arms but reach not, a seat but sit and tarry not. Click here!
Riddle 20 A very pretty thing am I, fluttering in the pale-blue sky. Delicate, fragile on the wing, indeed I am a pretty thing. Click here!
Riddle 21 Different lights do make me strange. Thus into different sizes I will change. Click here!
Riddle 22 I pass before the sun, yet make no shadow. Click here!
Riddle 23 What doesn't get any wetter, no matter how much rain falls on it? Click here!
Riddle 24 Look at me. I can bring a smile to your face, a tear to your eye, or a thought to your mind. But, I can't be seen. Click here!
Riddle 25 Lovely and round I shine with pale light Grown in the darkness A lady's delight. Click here!
Riddle 26 My thunder comes before the lightning; My lightning comes before the clouds; My rain dries all the land it touches. Click here!
Riddle 27 I am not alive, but I grow; I don't have lungs, but I need air; I don't have a mouth, but water kills me. Click here!
Riddle 28 Not born, but from a Mother's body drawn, I hang until half of me is gone. I sleep in a cave until I grow old, then valued for my hardened gold. Click here!
Riddle 29 Almost everyone sees me without noticing me, For what is beyond is what he or she seeks. Click here!
Riddle 30 How many 9's are there between 1 and 100? Click here!
Riddle 31 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. Click here!
Riddle 32 I drive men mad for love of me, easily beaten, Never free. Click here!
Riddle 33 Tiny creatures that have a special relationship with flowers. Click here!
Riddle 34 Kids play it and Michelangelo sculpted with it. Click here!
Riddle 35 Even though I'm far from the point, I don't make mistakes. I fix yours. Click here!
Riddle 36 Doing this with your job can be risky but doing it with smoking is always a good idea. Click here!
Riddle 37 The offspring of a circle and a rectangle. Click here!
Riddle 38 A mechanism to discover who is following you. Click here!
Riddle 39 If you wake at dawn, you 8kll probably find this covering the lawn. Click here!
Riddle 40 A favored material among biker gangs and superheroes. Click here!

Level 8

Riddle 1 White, fat and fluffy, May even look like a puppy. Seems heavy but is light, Floats about without a worry, But if it turns dark you have to hurry! Click here!
Riddle 2 It's tough as nails, Or soft as snow. People use it for their rink, Some just put it in their drink. Click here!
Riddle 3 You roll it or you buy it, People say you shouldn't try it, Because you may get a stroke, From inhaling all that smoke. Click here!
Riddle 4 It can be in a hat, Or out of the bag. If you see it you'll be smitten, 'Cause it's fluffy like a mitten. Click here!
Riddle 5 It can be white or blue or black, Humped or have a horn. And when it talks it sings its menuets, As it's travelling the depths. Click here!
Riddle 6 They keep secrets locked away, And you pass through them each day. For each one there is a key, They respond to sesame. Click here!
Riddle 7 A mysterious, fantastic creature, It has one defining feature, And for humans at their worst, In their eyes it's just a horse. Click here!
Riddle 8 It's voice is like a burp, Will swallow with a slurp, You'll never hear it chirp. Kiss it with a wince, Might turn into a prince. Click here!
Riddle 9 You deal them and they deal chance, They show you your future at a glance. You play them and they play you back, And win or lose, They go back in their pack. Click here!
Riddle 10 You fill it and it empties, A metaphor for plenty, Depending on what half you see, It's either full or empty. Click here!
Riddle 11 A wonderful elixir, It is your fluid fixer. Gulp it down and turn like a concrete mixer. Dark as night and sweet as sin, It's like liquid heroin. Click here!
Riddle 12 Lots of them make up a word, And lots of words are in them. It's easy when you think about it. A while ago we stamped and mailed them. Click here!
Riddle 13 It's round but also like a chess-board. It can and is both whirled and curled, And bent and shot and parried. Some play it on a field or watch it on the couch, And anyone can play it, even Peter Crouch. Click here!
Riddle 14 Some women don't like to be called that, Yet every woman wants one. It cries and makes a lot of noise, But smiles and gurgles when you give it toys. Click here!
Riddle 15 He's big, old and fluffy, And looking rather scruffy. He always needs a shave. It's best to just avoid him, And leave him in his cave. Click here!
Riddle 16 It's like a forrest without trees, Like a jail you want to visit, Though the inmates did no wrong. You may freely walk along, They're put there so you can see them, Just as long as you don't feed them. Click here!
Riddle 17 Without it sounds would not be there, But through it music's ring is clear. It is a symbol for your woe, But only if your name's van Gogh. Click here!
Riddle 18 It is a symphony of noise, It can produce both grief and joys, It is inspiring and grand, Made by a person or a band. Click here!
Riddle 19 It flows out of the soil, It burns you if it boils, And holds us in its coils, More valuable than gold, As black as it is old. Click here!
Riddle 20 A house where you are brought, If they find you or get caught. If you cross the government, This is where you will be sent. Click here!

Level 9

Riddle 1 A third from the sun, And not much else since the world's begun. Some may weigh a metric ton. Is a synonym for fun. Made a zeppelin take flight. A big thing at Isle of Wight. Click here!
Riddle 2 They're big and yet so far away, We see them at the end of day. They're small and they're above. We see them when we close our eyes, Each time we are in love. Click here!
Riddle 3 When it shines, its light is hazy. Makes the oceans swell like crazy. It makes moods seem more romantic, But it makes the ladies frantic. Click here!
Riddle 4 Sometimes you feel it weigh a ton. Yet it is nothing, but somehow still there. Makes you uncomfortable around anyone, But speak its name and it's gone. Click here!
Riddle 5 Known as a great deceiver, It is evil's incarnation, Once used for veneration, The root of all procreation. All you can do is shiver, When it begins to slither. Click here!
Riddle 6 Used to wield power and glory, Yet results were rather gorey, When it wrote our human story. In the eyes of wiser men, It is weaker than a pen. Click here!
Riddle 7 It's small but larger than a bee, And agile as a flea. It humms but does not buzz, And it's not covered with fuzz. It is a small collector, Of juicy flower nectar. Click here!
Riddle 8 Is said to make the world go round, But only if we let it. It puts a value on a thing, And makes you do some crazy things, Just so you can get it. Click here!
Riddle 9 It keeps something that cannot be kept, And wakes you when you've slept. It may go slow or stop at times, But even then it chimes. Click here!
Riddle 10 So beautiful and cold, So young and yet so old, Alive but always dead, Still hungry when has fed, Will die if it is bled, Or you cut off its head. Click here!
Riddle 11 It speaks to you, yet it can't speak. When you hold it you can travel, In your mind's eye worlds unravel. And everything in it's a lie. And with every new untruth, Still you fell it speaks the truth. Click here!
Riddle 12 It moves around in circles. We see it as we turn. It keeps us always warm. Always alive and always dying, Across the sky we see it flying, But touch it and we burn. Click here!
Riddle 13 It passes but you never hear it. Sometimes though, you think you feel it. You think you had it but it's gone. You want to stop it, but it moves on. You lose it, gain it, maybe fear it, But it goes on, forever on. Click here!
Riddle 14 A most delicious thing. It can be given but cannot be kept. Some awake from it after they've slept. It is the moistest and softest butterfly wing, But when it is the last even it can sting. Click here!
Riddle 15 It hisses but it's not a snake. It holds water but it's not a lake. When it's done you hear it scream. Pour from it and add some cream! Click here!
Riddle 16 It was a tradition long ago, When the world was dark and full of woe, When men turned darkness into light, By mixing, melting and decanting in the night, To seek for youth and gold and riches, Just to be burned as witches. Click here!
Riddle 17 They make no sense at all, In them you either fly or fall, They make you do it all. Their need is biologic, but they are most illogic. They are not real but still can be achieved, If they are just believed. Click here!
Riddle 18 It's a symbol and a fruit, For man's folly, evil's root, But also for great inspiration, And a famous application. Click here!
Riddle 19 It is more feared than fear itself, And no one can escape it. It takes no sides and does not judge, It does not know to hold a grudge. It is the most clearest result, Of how life beats you by default. Click here!
Riddle 20 It is a sound of empty, Speak and it'll talk back plenty, But all the more you yack, You'll get the same words back. Click here!

Level 10

Riddle 1 Written on with words of white, Has the color of the night, Is the teacher's best delight, And a student's daily fright. Click here!
Riddle 2 Words come out of it, Aligned in perfect silence. A messenger of black on white, A slinky fellow drawing lines, Of thin and soft graphite. Click here!
Riddle 3 The ones who see it may go blind, Contracting the fool's madness. You have to dig to find it, Crush big stones or mine it. Wash dirt clumps in a pan and wait for it to settle, A shiny, precious metal. Click here!
Riddle 4 His is no small athletic feat, Has to stay nimble on his feet, To fight and his opponents beat, And taste sweet victory, not grim defeat. Click here!
Riddle 5 It is destruction made out of thin air, You hear it howl and give a prayer, Through barns and houses it will tear. It is a deadly funnel, Of violent and twisting air. Click here!
Riddle 6 Ancient and majestic, Great big piles of stones, Used to encase both riches and bones. Seen from certain angles, They look like big triangles. Click here!
Riddle 7 It starts at the earth's end and brink, Filled with water you can't drink. Has a color, just like ink, Walk into it and you'll sink. Click here!
Riddle 8 An utensil used for bread, Also a paper cutter. Used by a thug to take a life, Or wielded by the lovely wife, When used to spread the butter. Click here!
Riddle 9 It is a big and bulky mammal, And has a trunk just like a tree. Will store water in its nose, Which is long and like a hose. Click here!
Riddle 10 Black and scary, Small and hairy. In the night you hear it preach, Through its noisy high pitched screech. Click here!
Riddle 11 Small, containing light, You'll need it in the dark, It will provide that spark, And shine into the night. Will light up any pyre, 'Cause it can help make fire. Click here!
Riddle 12 Comes in bits and pieces, Put together forms a whole. It's athletics for the mind, The more you think the more you find, Sometimes it can be a grind, But then, that is its goal. Click here!
Riddle 13 Given them to the girls whenever, And they'll be best friends forever. Shiny, pretty stones, Bought with massive loans. Click here!
Riddle 14 A most complex construction, Of creation and destruction, Of good and evil deeds, Of noblest thought and basest needs, A species in the lead, Immortal 'til we bleed. Click here!
Riddle 15 It hold no blessings in disguise, Its rhymes are aimed at your demise, It's cast only to ruin, Whatever you are doin'. Click here!
Riddle 16 An outcome already written, Fight it and you'll be smitten. By it you may be blessed, Or put up to the test, And take you places you'd have never guessed. Click here!
Riddle 17 It is a cat but not a kitty, You'll never catch one in a city. Its fangs are huge and so its claws, A death machine with paws and jaws. In its own way a royal fellow, Striped with black and clothed in yellow. Click here!
Riddle 18 It gives everything and then takes it away, , It governs destinies and fates, It changes and it never waits, It rules the cards and dice each day, Is part of any game we play. Click here!
Riddle 19 Both punishment and sweet reward, It will befall both fool and lord. It is a spiritual score-board, Your every deed it does record. Click here!
Riddle 20 It floats over the land, It cuts the tallest mountain, Its voice is like a fountain, Its body like a snake, Will flow into a lake. Click here!

Level 11

Riddle 1 Do what he says and you'll be fine, don't and you lose the game. Click here!
Riddle 2 A precious fluid, thicker than water. Click here!
Riddle 3 It has 8 arms and lots of ink but can't write a word. Click here!
Riddle 4 They swim around in schools or pods and they are related to whales. Click here!
Riddle 5 They're big and blue, and larger than seas Click here!
Riddle 6 Something we eat, and misspell as meet. Click here!
Riddle 7 You row in one while you float. Click here!
Riddle 8 Delicious but said to be a lie. Click here!
Riddle 9 It is worldwide, but once only a spider could weave one. Click here!
Riddle 10 Everybody's got one. Click here!
Riddle 11 A king wears one on his head. Click here!
Riddle 12 There's one in every deck of cards and in a famous movie. Click here!
Riddle 13 It nukes food at the touch of a button. Click here!
Riddle 14 A building where people and stories are on stage. Click here!
Riddle 15 An art-form and a web-browser. Click here!
Riddle 16 A metal snake that runs on tracks. Click here!
Riddle 17 It can be clear like water, but it burns like fire. Click here!
Riddle 18 Religion's greatest enemy. Click here!
Riddle 19 It's real until the trick is revealed. Click here!
Riddle 20 It has the biggest wall and is also used when drinking tea. Click here!

Level 12

Riddle 1 Once they sailed the sea, now they surf the web. Click here!
Riddle 2 Said to have fifty shades. Click here!
Riddle 3 The negative hero in each story. Click here!
Riddle 4 Noah survived one and it was great. Click here!
Riddle 5 A building filled with books you can't buy. Click here!
Riddle 6 It's not madness. Click here!
Riddle 7 A colourful bird that talks. Click here!
Riddle 8 You can break it or drink water from it. Click here!
Riddle 9 Cut the wrong wire and it goes boom. Click here!
Riddle 10 It breathes fire in fairy-tales. Click here!
Riddle 11 Small and bearded, both in the real world and in stories. Click here!
Riddle 12 Our ancestors came from this continent. Click here!
Riddle 13 It's black and every time it speaks it says its name. Click here!
Riddle 14 A big shiny black car nobody wants to be a passenger in. Click here!
Riddle 15 They live only in stories, taller than three storeys. Click here!
Riddle 16 Soldiers fight it but it never changes. Click here!
Riddle 17 Sheets of paper that tell new stories each day. Click here!
Riddle 18 It's what light turns into in the night. Click here!
Riddle 19 An art-form and its colourful result. Click here!
Riddle 20 Man's most important invention. Click here!

Level 13

Riddle 1 A canvas full of stars. Click here!
Riddle 2 The most beautiful and useless of human acts. Click here!
Riddle 3 War fought with pieces on a board. Click here!
Riddle 4 As strong as love, more dangerous than cancer. Click here!
Riddle 5 A tower at the root of all confusion. Click here!
Riddle 6 Its title means book. Click here!
Riddle 7 A huge mythical animal said to resemble a whale. Click here!
Riddle 8 A black bird similar to, but much bigger than a crow. Click here!
Riddle 9 Blind but cruel. Click here!
Riddle 10 It's only good if people laugh at it. Click here!
Riddle 11 He died for people's entertainment. Click here!
Riddle 12 A king without a crown. Click here!
Riddle 13 You have it even if there is none. Click here!
Riddle 14 It's a game played by serious people that takes place on a global scale. Click here!
Riddle 15 An image taken from real life. Click here!
Riddle 16 This small creature kills even the largest one. Click here!
Riddle 17 A person's greatest asset. Click here!
Riddle 18 You get one if you miss one at golf. Click here!
Riddle 19 You're currently trying to solve one. Click here!
Riddle 20 If it is absolute, it will corrupt absolutely. Click here!

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