I am a 4 letter word. The last 3 letters represent creativeness. Another word for this word is fragment. If you change the first letter in this word into "C," the first three letters would be "car." What word am I?
I lie in the earth, and under the ground; A map may reveal me for journey's abound; I can be found in squares, to reduce down to size; Or at the end of a strand, where attachment lies. What am I?
Name a five letter word which has three consonants all the same and two different vowels. Every now and then you see this while running a Windows 95/98 on your PC. What is it?
Is it anger? no. What is the anagrammed word?
I am a 10 letter word. The first 2 words verifies a word that means "myself." The last 8 words verifies that you can complete it. The first 5 words can be used for the word, "imposter." the last 3 words can be used for the word "bible." What word am I?
Answer: A riddler. ( or riddle )
With potent, flowery words speak I, Of something common, vulgar, dry; I weave webs of pedantic prose, In effort to befuddle those, Who think I while time away, In lofty things, above all-day The common kind that lingers where Monadic beings live and fare; Practical I may not be, But life, it seems, is full of me! What am I?
Answer: Because only the bony part is left.
This is a play on words referring to Napoleon Bonaparte who played a key role in the 1789 French Revolution and was the first Emporer of France from 1804-15.
Why is France like a skeleton?
Many partners could be mine,
I'll not choose one to love,
A priest's embrace may raise me up,
He'll claim it was not me.
No gent are you, you'll surely ask,
My age before you flirt,
To kiss your lips would be divine,
Though soon, you'll knock me back.
Seducers use me all the time,
Their eyes upon another,
Some say they're gents, but post a roll,
In gutter, I am thrown.
Even with legs, I will not run,
I'll stand on one alone,
I may reveal the words of truth,
No secret will I say.
What am I?
Cid is a common toad. What is the anagrammed word?
Accord I try not. What is the anagrammed word?