Riddle: 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. What am I?
Answer: Cheese.
Riddle: As a whole, I am both safe and secure. Behead me, and I become a place of meeting. Behead me again, and I am the partner of ready. Restore me, and I become the domain of beasts. What am I?
Answer: Stable.
Riddle: Of no use to one Yet absolute bliss to two. The small boy gets it for nothing. The young man has to lie for it. The old man has to buy it. The baby's right, The lover's privilege, The hypocrite's mask. To the young girl, faith; To the married woman, hope; To the old maid, charity. What am I?
Answer: A Kiss.
What Am I Riddles
Riddle: I can come in a can, I can come as a punch, I can come as a win, You can eat me for lunch. What am I?
Answer: Beet/Beat
Riddle: Our dinner guests cry that we are evil, when they notice their place in the meal. But its no big deal why; we are just one big happy tribe! And we get reall fed up with people! Who, What or Are we?
Answer: Cannibals!
What Am I Riddles
Riddle: I'm a word that's hardly there. Take away my start, and I'm an herbal flair. What am I?
Answer: Sparsely (No S = Parsley).
Riddle: Marking mortal privation, when firmly in place. An enduring summation, inscribed in my face. What am I?
Answer: A Tombstone.
What Am I Riddles
Riddle: When I'm used, I'm useless, once offered, soon rejected. In desperation oft expressed, the intended not protected. What am I?
Answer: A poor alibi or excuse.
Riddle: A woman who lives in new york legally married three men, she did not get divorce, get an enollment, or legally seperate. How is this possible?
Answer: She is a minister.
Riddle: I'm one of five, I'm not alive. The one who sent me forth became king, The one who received me died. What am I?
Answer: A Stone from the popular Biblical story, David had five stones. He used one of the stones to kill Goliath.
Riddle: My first is a creature whose breeding is unclear. My second, a price you must pay. My whole can be found in the river of Time and refers to events of today. What am I?
Answer: Current.
Riddle: Many-manned scud-thumper, Maker of worn wood, Shrub-ruster, Sky-mocker, Rave! Portly pusher, Wind-slave. What am I?
Answer: The ocean!
Riddle: The land was white the seed was black It'll take a good scholar to riddle me that. What am I?
Answer: An eye or an eyeball
Riddle: There were 5 men traveling down a road and it started to rain and 4 men sped up, the 5th did not, but they all arrived at the same place at the same time but all of them were wet besides the 5th.  How?
Answer: He was dead and in a coffin.
Riddle: I am a perching barrel, filled with meat, Taking hits from leaps and dives. Look inside, but do not eat, The meat in there is still alive! What am I?
Answer: A thimble on a finger.
Riddle: You can use me to stop, You take me to smoke; Not only do I stop, But I am a stop, And the result of pool's first stroke. What am I?
Answer: Brake/ Break
Riddle: Black I am and much admired, men seek me until they're tired. When they find me, they break my head, and take from me my resting bed. What am I?
Answer: Coal
Riddle: Give me an x, I'll stand to face you. Give me a cross, I'll turn my back on you. What am I?
Answer: The Number 9 (9 multipled by 9 = 81, 9 plus 9=18).
Riddle: When you take away the whole from me, there is always some left over. What am I?
Answer: Wholesome!
Riddle: My first is high, My second damp, My whole a tie, A writer's cramp. What am I?
Answer: Hyphen. The first two lines yield high-fen. A hyphen is used by a writer to tie (or cramp) two words together.