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All of the answers in these quizzes will have something in common.   

There are 300 quizzes and 3,000 trivia questions in this category.
I Spy Something Beginning with AL

All answers start with AL followed by another word to make a new word. Clues are given for both words.
Average (10 qns)
May 08 17
225 plays
I Spy Something Beginning with AB

All answers start with AB followed by another word to make a new word. Clues are given for both words.
Easy (10 qns)
May 02 17
363 plays
A Cock and Bull Story

This cock and bull story includes five words starting with cock and five starting with bull. Adding another word to cock or bull will form a new word. See if you can work them out from the clues.
Very Easy (10 qns)
69 plays
Word Chains

Here are 25 words with a twist. The last four letters of each word form the first four letters of the following word. Definitions are given for each word (British English spelling is used throughout).
Tough (25 qns)
7008 plays
Limericks and Anagrams - Famous Figures

Some limericks now I will try - Anagrams of the famous - I'm sly - Check the CAPITALS out - That's what it's all about - Rhyming clues will then flow and you'll fly.
Average (10 qns)
6237 plays
Word Chains 2

My second word chain quiz. The last THREE letters of each word form the first THREE letters of the next word. I have given a definition for each word. NOTE: this one is a bit harder than the last one! British English spellings used throughout.
Tough (25 qns)
2841 plays
"Bi""di"ng My Time

The prefixes "bi" and "di" mean "two" - except when they don't! Each answer begins with "bi" or "di" and ends with another word. For example, the clue "Double aluminum" gives the answer "dial," and "Double French article" gives "bile." Good luck!
Tough (10 qns)
1011 plays
A Diquiz to Die For

The prefix "di" means "two" -- except when it doesn't! Here we start with the prefix "di," combine it with a word, and end with the answer: a different word. For example, the clue "Double an instruction to be quiet" leads to the answer "dish." Good luck!
Average (10 qns)
1446 plays
Anagrams and Limericks - More Famous Faces

Anagrams of the famous in rhyme - Entail CAPITALS, solving is prime - Read the rest of the verse - For clues kind and perverse - And enjoy. Have a wonderful time.
Tough (10 qns)
2613 plays
It's "De"-Lovely

The prefix "de" means to undo - except when it doesn't! Each answer is a word that begins with "de" and ends with another word. For example, the clue "Undo a marketing material" gives the answer "dead." Good luck!
Average (10 qns)
1209 plays
Differ By a Vowel

Think of a set of five words, all that differ by only a vowel. That's what this quiz is looking for! The answer will be the set of letters that all five words have in common. Full instructions in the first question.
Tough (10 qns)
5043 plays
"Re"play It Again, Sam

The prefix "re" means "again" - except when it doesn't. Each answer is a word that begins with "re" and ends with another word. For example, the clue "Aluminum, again" gives the answer "real." Good luck!
Very Difficult (10 qns)
999 plays
Labour Ward Lapses - Perplexing Names

Some mothers take things a little too far. In the first ecstatic moments of motherhood, they have bestowed these names on their unfortunate offspring. The chosen name of each child is in capital letters. You decide on the more acceptable name.
Average (10 qns)
2499 plays
Wandering Vowels

Sometimes, just by changing the vowel, you can make five different words. I'll give you five definitions, you need to give me the five words in alphabetical order. Example in question one.
Average (10 qns)
1335 plays
Geography Meets Chemistry - Season I

This is a new type of quiz where geographical questions have chemical answers! For example Wales will be 'Tungsten, Aluminium and Einsteinium'(W-Al-Es). So you have to know a little of both chemistry and geography! Happy Quizzing!
Average (10 qns)
4551 plays
Anatomy in Rhyme

Each two-line rhyme is a cryptic clue for a part of the human body. Hints are given when the questions are clues for homophones of the answer. Q1 is a solved example to help you out.
Tough (10 qns)
3453 plays
Inquizition's Missing Words

Find the missing word. For example: - boar, -cat, - geese, - West. The answer is wild; wild boar, wild cat etc. The answer can be part of a word or part of a 2 word phrase. ie fortnight or Fort Knox. Q24 and Q25 are stinkers. Have fun.
Difficult (25 qns)
3279 plays
The Sentence Without A Country

In each of the following puns, the missing word is the name of a country. For example, if the question is 'No matter how _____ my brain, I don't understand these puzzles!', the answer is Iraq (for 'I rack'). Some of these are stinkers, be forewarned!
Very Difficult (15 qns)
8451 plays
Meathead's Word Within Words-BUR

Yet another Words Within Words from Meathead! This time, each answer begins with "BUR."
Easy (10 qns)
1677 plays
Invisible common bond

In this quiz, I will first define 9 words. Each of these words can have the same word added AT THE END to make another word. This word is answer number 10 and also the invisible common bond. Please read the rules with question 1.
Average (10 qns)
1548 plays
Something in Common with a Twist in the Tail

Find the three-letter word which is both the last three letters of the first clue and the first three letters of the second. Example: catnap _______ napping = 'nap'. The tenth question is a little different. Good luck!
Average (10 qns)
336 plays
This is a Pain in the Neck

It may or may not be a pain in the neck, but the last two letters of each answer will be the first two letters of the following answer.
Average (10 qns)
516 plays
Leith's Letter Links XVI

The last three letters of each answer are the first three letters of the next answer. All answers are single words. The first and last answers share a common link. British spelling is used in all answers.
Easy (10 qns)
1602 plays
Ram-a Lamb-a (no Ding Dong)

Eburge and I are continuing our attempt to infiltrate sheep into every Fun Trivia category. All the answers in this quiz start with either 'ram' or 'lamb', so good luck with working out the answers.
Average (10 qns)
498 plays
Words within words that start with TR

All questions consist of the letters TR added to a given clue that will then give you the final word (which also has a clue provided). The final LONGER word is the answer eg. Tr + Solid water = A very short time..... Tr + Ice = TRICE
Average (15 qns)
2682 plays
Leith's Letter Links XXIII

Welcome to the 23rd quiz in the series! By using the last three letters of a word to begin the next word, work your way to the end where the last word will link back to the first.
Very Easy (10 qns)
2037 plays
Meathead's Words Within Words-DEC

I've come back for another installment of words within words, this time each answer begins with DEC!
Easy (10 qns)
1338 plays
Words Within Words that start with ST

All questions consist of the letters ST added to a given clue that will then give you the final word (which also has a clue provided). The final LONGER word is the answer.
Very Easy (20 qns)
2076 plays
Back in Bed

Each word begins with B and ends with ED. Inside these letters is a three or four letter word written *backwards*. The definition of the whole word is given first, followed by the inside word.
Difficult (10 qns)
2844 plays
It Was a Dark and Stormy Night

Just the kind of night to bring out FunTrivia's most challenging forms of wordplay! Here are ten stormy, nighttime themed puzzles for you to solve, encrypted with four different kinds of wordplay. Instructions are included with the questions. Have fun!
Average (10 qns)
1398 plays
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