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

There are 282 quizzes and 3,190 trivia questions in this category.
121
Start With "C": Part I

Start with the letter "C"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: C + put down = potter's material. [C + lay = Clay.]
Very Easy (10 qns)
lowtechmaster
Mar 15 17
303 plays
122
Turn Your COIN into CASH

Based on the clues given in each question, try to figure out the ten mysterious words. Each subsequent word differs from the previous one by one letter and no unscrambling is needed. Enjoy!
Easy (10 qns)
Matthew_07
1002 plays
123
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
405 plays
124
Add a Roman Number - III

Add a Roman numeral to the word given, change the letters around and come up with a physical location in Italy. e.g. Rearrange BERT + I(Roman letter for one) to come up with TIBER. English spellings are used. The word sea, lake, etc is not necessary.
Average (10 qns)
minch
792 plays
125
One Key Unlocks the Door

Start with the word 'LOCK' and end up with the word 'OPEN'. You will need to solve all the words in between by changing one letter at a time.
Average (10 qns)
ClaudiaCat
Aug 02 16
369 plays
126
Zbeck's Add UT for Utah

UT for Utah! All of the following answers contain the letters UT in that order. I'll give you a clue to a word. You then add the word to the letters UT and anagram to get the answer. Remember: UT will be in that order. An example is provided.
Average (10 qns)
Zbeckabee
405 plays
127
Use Your Loaf!

Use your loaf by starting and finishing this brain teaser with a word that relates to bread. Solve all the words in between by changing one letter at a time and anagram the remaining letters. Good luck!
Average (10 qns)
Plodd
318 plays
128
Pass the Code Word Through the Door, Please

Here you will use the words pass, code, door, and word, among others. Start with one of them and end with one, using the other two along the way. Change only ONE letter of each answer to form the next. All answers are four-letter words.
Easy (15 qns)
austinnene
351 plays
129
The Gingerbread Girl

The wicked witch has cast a spell over the forest where the gingerbread girl lives and....poof....all her fairy tale friends have been given funny names! Change one letter in each word (written in CAPS) to find their real names and break the spell.
Very Easy (10 qns)
Plodd
630 plays
130
Add a Letter Posers III

I will give you a phrase which contains clues to two words. The second word is formed by adding, or inserting, one letter only to the first word. The shorter word always comes first and you need both words to score. An example is given in Q1.
Average (10 qns)
rossian
303 plays
131
P Plus

Add the letter 'P' to the beginning of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: P + unwell = Medicinal tablet. Solution: P + ill = Pill. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy (10 qns)
ClarkyB
Feb 25 17
252 plays
132
Zbeck's Add CA for California

CA for California! All of the following answers contain the letters CA in that order. Take the first clue(s), add to the letters CA and anagram to get the final answer. Remember: CA will be in that order. An example is provided.
Average (10 qns)
Zbeckabee
378 plays
133
Play on Words 8

Here is an example of this quiz: B + Depressed or dejected = Blow ---Enjoy!
Very Easy (10 qns)
zh1322
2994 plays
134
Exchanging Vowels

Each clue contains the definitions of two words. Both words have the same consonants in the same positions, but some or all of the vowels are changed. Example: listen (hear) for sixty minutes (hour).
Average (10 qns)
musicmonkeyman
1542 plays
135
Just add "W"

Add the letter 'W' to the beginning of a word to create a new word. For example, W + hearing organ = WEAR.
Average (10 qns)
jondalah
2322 plays
136
Just Add B

You will get two capitalized clues within a sentence. The answer to the clues will be two identical words except the second one will have the letter "B" added to the front of it. May be US spellings.
Average (10 qns)
nooxyjen
705 plays
137
Making Lead From Gold

In a moment of madness, I decided to transmute all my "GOLD" back into "LEAD". Every last bar. Follow my recipe, changing a letter at a time, and you too, can make "LEAD". Useless, but wonderful.
Easy (10 qns)
malik24
648 plays
138
Code Word Chess

Add or subtract a letter from each capitalized clue in order to find a word associated with the game of chess.
Easy (10 qns)
christopherm
822 plays
139
Sending a Dark Prayer Upword

The title is not about beseeching a deity for some ill purpose, nor is the last word misspelled. This is a slight variation on the add/change a letter concept based on the board game Upwords. Detailed instructions can be found in question 1.
Easy (10 qns)
namrewsna
Nov 11 16
267 plays
140
Animal Addresses - 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
708 plays
141
H-allenging letter!

The only consonant you need in these answers is the letter H. Should be enough clues that you can find the answers even if you don't know the words. If you like this, see the rest of my alphabet quizzes.
Tough (15 qns)
sharkbytes
1614 plays
142
Yoshimitzu's Ladder [ 2 ]

TELEVISION: Can you descend the word ladder changing one only letter at a time? Do not rearrange the letters for each stage. eg. GOOD, GOLD, FOLD, FORD, FORK etc.
Easy (15 qns)
Yoshimitzu
573 plays
143
Why Ignore the Dropped Letters? #2

In this quiz, the dropped letters will be of importance. The nine dropped letters, from the first nine questions, will help you find the answer to the tenth question. IMPORTANT: The answers to the first nine questions are a single letter only.
Easy (10 qns)
Buddy1
645 plays
144
Play on Words 5

Here is an example of this quiz: B + Precipitation = Brain
Easy (10 qns)
zh1322
2514 plays
145
E-ven the score!

The only vowel you need in these answers is the letter E. Should be enough clues that you can find the answers even if you don't know the words. If you like this, see the rest of my alphabet quizzes.
Average (15 qns)
sharkbytes
2139 plays
146
Lose Letters to Make a Word 4

This quiz is the fourth in a series inspired by FussBudget's "The Dropped Letters are the Answer" series. The answer to each question is a single letter. The answer to the question 15 is a combination of the previous fourteen single-letter answers.
Easy (15 qns)
ferfer72
2862 plays
147
Start With "Y"

Start with the letter "Y"; add it to the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. example: Y = filled with wonder = deviated from a course. [Y + awed = yawed.]
Easy (10 qns)
lowtechmaster
Feb 27 17
450 plays
148
One Word Opens the Code

Start with the word 'WORD' and end up with the word 'CODE'. You will need to solve all the words in between by changing one letter at a time.
Easy (10 qns)
ClaudiaCat
Sep 08 16
807 plays
149
Add a Letter - Asian Capitals

By adding a letter to another word and anagramming, you get the capital of an Asian country.
Average (15 qns)
geniusonwheels
363 plays
150
Add a Letter - African Countries

By adding a letter to another word and anagramming, you get the name of an African country.
Average (20 qns)
geniusonwheels
426 plays
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