Riddles With Answers

Mystifying, misleading, and puzzling questions posed as problems to be solved or guessed.

Riddles With Answers

They live only in stories, taller than three storeys.

They keep secrets locked away. And you pass through them each day. For each one there is a key, They respond to sesame.

They come to witness the night Without being called, A sailor's guide and a poet's tears. They are lost to the sight each day Without the hand of a thief.

They come out at night without being called, and are lost in the day without being stolen.

They can be long or short; they can be grown or bought; they can be painted or left bare; they can be round or square.

They bring oxygen into blood.

They belong to me; they belong to you; they can make you feel happy or make you feel blue; they never end until the day you do.

They are two brothers. However much they run, They do not reach each other.

These sucks.

These small herring-like fish are often smoked and eaten out of a small tin can.

These nutrients are vital to your health.

These delicious pork meat strips is enjoyed at breakfast time along side sausage, eggs and toast.

These begin your sentences and are home to your leader.

These are small chicken drumsticks fried and sometimes coated in buffalo hot sauce.

These are great fun until you realize you don't have all the pieces.

These help engines spin and trousers stay up.

This creature travels in a gaggle.

There's on in every deck of cards and in a famous movie.

There's one of me for everything, through only four are we. O'er and o'er we repeat, cycling endlessly. But Then, I am an act you'll do, when standing at the range. One word, and yet, I've meanings two. I hope it's not too strange.

There's not a kingdom on the earth, but I have traveled over and over, and though I know not whence my birth, yet when I come, you know my roar. I through the town do take my flight, and through the fields and meadows green, and whether it be day or night, I neither am nor can be seen.

There was a little heart inside a little white house, which was inside a little yellow house, which was inside a little brown house, which was inside a little green house.

There she goes over the road, a young mare that is whinnying. A fiery spot on her forehead, with her hindquarters ablaze.

There is someone, and there is always another, for without the other, there wouldn't be one.

There is not wind enough to twirl That one red leaf, nearest of its clan, Which dances as often as dance it can.

There is a word in the English language, the two first letters signify a male, the three first a female, the four first a great man, and the whole a great woman.

There is a body without a heart. That has a tongue and yet no head. Buried it was before it was made, and loud it speaks and yet is dead.

There are four of these, but everyone's favourite seems to be spades.

The wave, over the wave, a weird thing I saw, Through-wrought, and wonderfully ornate: A wonder on the wave-water became bone.

The warmer I am, The fresher I am.

The thunder comes before the lightning; the lightning comes before the clouds. The rain dries everything it touches.