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All of the answers involve letters being added, dropped or changed.   

There are 249 quizzes and 2,490 trivia questions in this category.
1
Add a Roman Number - I

Add a Roman numeral to the word given, change the letters around and come up with an Italian city. e.g. ORE add M (Roman letter for 1,000) and come up with ROME. English spellings.
Tough (10 qns)
minch
6495 plays
2
From a Rock to a Roll

For each question, drop a letter from one word to form a second. The dropped letters will spell out the answer to the last question.
Easy (10 qns)
looney_tunes
1059 plays
3
The Dropped Letters are the Answer #4

The answer to each question is a single letter - it is derived from the clue. The answer to the tenth question is a combination of the previous nine answers. IMPORTANT: The answers for questions 1 to 9 are single letters only.
Average (10 qns)
FussBudget
7128 plays
4
O Plus

Add the letter 'O' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: O + adult males = Portent. Solution: O + men = Omen. Enter your answer as the new word.
Not Rated (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Today!
0 plays
5
N Plus

Add the letter 'N' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: N + be ill = Metal fastener hit with a hammer. Solution: N + ail = Nail. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 22 17
336 plays
6
Start With "S" : Part I

Start with the letter "S"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: S + peruke = drink from a jug. [S + wig = Swig.]
Easy (10 qns)
lowtechmaster
Feb 22 17
297 plays
7
M Plus

Add the letter 'M' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: M + inquire = Face covering. Solution: M + ask = Mask. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 20 17
303 plays
8
L Plus

Add the letter 'L' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: L + top card = Fine, often decorative fabric. Solution: L + ace = Lace. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 17 17
309 plays
9
United We Stand: Formation of Words

From the description of each, make a new word by adding one (or in some cases, two) letters to the original word.
Average (10 qns)
Trollheart2016
Feb 15 17
204 plays
10
K Plus

Add the letter 'K' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: K + writing fluid = A twist in thread or hair. Solution: K + ink = Kink. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 14 17
240 plays
11
J Plus

Add the letter 'J' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: J + anthropoid primate = Jest. Solution: J + ape = Jape. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 12 17
336 plays
12
I Plus

Add the letter 'I' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: I + swindle = Computer symbol. Solution: I + con = Icon. Enter your answer as the new word.
Very Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 08 17
375 plays
13
H Plus

Add the letter 'H' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: H + upper appendage = Cause injury or damage to. Solution: H + arm = Harm. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 04 17
387 plays
14
G Plus

Add the letter 'G' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: G + possess = Robe. Solution: G + own = Gown. Enter your answer as the new word.
Very Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 01 17
513 plays
15
Start With "T": Part I

Start with he letter "T"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: T + be ill = what a dog often wags. [T + ail = Tail.]
Very Easy (10 qns)
lowtechmaster
Today!
78 plays
16
Start With "R": Part I

Start with the letter "R"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: R + past tense of eat = speed. [R + ate = Rate.]
Very Easy (10 qns)
lowtechmaster
Feb 23 17
273 plays
17
Dropped Letters - the Ultimate Quiz

In a blatant attempt to have the last word in "dropped letters" quizzes, I offer this 25-question extravaganza.
Easy (25 qns)
stedman
11220 plays
18
Time for T

Start with a three letter word, add a T to the end to make another word. The answer is a two word phrase. Example - Metal colour = tin tint
Average (10 qns)
minch
6045 plays
19
Animal Antics - Letterchange

Answers will be a pair of words that differ by only a "letterchange". The story will contain 2 sets of capitalised words - they are your clues. I have worked a sample before the first question to get you started.
Tough (10 qns)
Nannanut
2961 plays
20
Word Mutation

The starting word will change by one letter at a time until it ends in a completely new word. This quiz's starting word is 'FACE' and we'll end with 'LIFT'. Solve all the words in between!
Easy (10 qns)
trident
8481 plays
21
Animals Minus a Little Something

Each animal-related answer is two words. The words differ by only one added letter with no rearranging. For example, "Avian auction action" = "bird bid." Either the longer or the shorter word may come first,check the hint!
Difficult (10 qns)
crisw
573 plays
22
StoP. It ends in P

Start with a two three or four letter word, add P to the end to make another word. The answer is a two word phrase. Use the hint for order of words. Example - hold on shell fish = clamp clam
Average (10 qns)
minch
5082 plays
23
Trite Treatises - Letterchange

Answers will be a pair of words that differ by only a "letterchange". The story will contain 2 sets of capitalised words - they are your clues. I have worked a sample before the first question to get you started.
Average (10 qns)
Nannanut
3429 plays
24
Crazy Chronicles - Letterchange

Answers will be a pair of words that differ by only a "letterchange". The story will contain 2 sets of capitalised words - they are your clues. I have worked a sample before the first question to get you started.
Average (10 qns)
Nannanut
3810 plays
25
It's D end!

Start with a three letter word, add a D to the end to make the second word. The answer is a two word phrase. Example - Exclude poet = bar bard.
Average (10 qns)
minch
5685 plays
26
What the H!

Start with a three letter word, add H to the end to make another word. The answer is a two word phrase. Use the hint for order of words. Example -Touch walkway = pat path.
Tough (10 qns)
minch
4746 plays
27
The Dropped Letters are the Answer #12

The answer to each question is a single letter - it is derived from the clue. The answer to the tenth question is a combination of the previous nine answers. IMPORTANT: The answers for questions 1 to 9 are single letters only.
Easy (10 qns)
FussBudget
9060 plays
28
Change a Letter Book Titles

Inspired by jondalah's and bwebster's quizzes, I've decided to follow suit. By changing a letter in each word, a book title can be found. There are some classics, and some modern titles.
Easy (10 qns)
eburge
1719 plays
29
Add a Direction

Is this country north, south, east or west? Add N, S, E, or W to the word or words given. Change the letters around to get the name of a country. e.g. add N to PISA and rearrange and get SPAIN. The answer is a country's name.
Average (10 qns)
minch
5829 plays
30
The Dropped Letters are the Answer #14

The answer to each question is a single letter - it is derived from the clue. The answer to the tenth question is a combination of the previous nine answers. IMPORTANT: The answers for questions 1 to 9 are single letters only.
Easy (10 qns)
FussBudget
6489 plays
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