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271
In the Middle

Each answer is a two-word phrase. The middles of the words are the same; only the first and last letters of each word are different, such as Formed church = Shaped chapel. Genuine bruin= Real bear.
Very Difficult
10 Q
crisw
Dec 29 05
480 plays
272
The Amazing Postal CODE 8

Another ten words that can be MADE (Massachusetts and Delaware) simply by combining the official United States Postal Service's two-letter state abbreviations.
Very Difficult
10 Q
scalar
Jul 08 05
438 plays
273
Animal Names That Double as Verbs

Each question gives a brief definition of a verb. The answer is also the name of a creature, so if the definition is 'To avoid being hit by crouching down', the answer is 'duck'. (Note: Only one word needed, i.e. 'duck' instead of 'to duck'.
Very Difficult
15 Q
CharlieGoose
Apr 19 02
1650 plays
274
The Amazing Postal CODE 9

Here are another ten clues that will lead you to words that can be MADE (Massachusetts and Delaware) from the US Postal Service's two-letter state abbreviations.
Difficult
10 Q
scalar
Jul 15 05
270 plays
275
Animal Connections!

Here is how you play, every answer will be an animal. But there will be another connection to help you out. Example: Mickey is to Mouse as Donald is to ? Answer: Duck The Connection: Both are Disney animated characters.
Average
5 Q
Aerowynne
May 02 01
2424 plays
276
The Amazing Postal CODE 17

Who would have thought that so MANY (Massachusetts and New York) words could be MADE from Postal CODE abbreviations? Here, in the penultimate quiz, are numbers 170 to 180.
Difficult
10 Q
scalar
Sep 09 05
327 plays
277
Eclectic Tribonds

15 questions fill in the blank. Determine the common word or phrase between the three items. Solution may be common word from associated phrases. The answers themselves have nothing in common.
Impossible
15 Q
ironikinit
Jun 28 03
717 plays
278
Nickname that word #2

Each of the following one-word answers starts with a person's nickname. I'll give you the rest of the answer and a clue. You supply the nickname. OK Bud?
Difficult
10 Q
richicago
Feb 03 06
678 plays
279
An E-mazing Quiz!

We have e-mail, e-commerce, e-culture...e-everything! All of the answers are real words beginning with "e" that might be misunderstood by your local techie. For example, if the clue was "Delayed email", the answer would be "elate." Get it? E-late.
Impossible
10 Q
crisw
Jun 14 02
1359 plays
280
The Amazing Postal CODE

While making a geography GAME (Georgia and Maine) for my fifth grade granddaughter, I stumbled onto the amazing versatility of the two-letter Postal CODE (Colorado and Delaware).
Tough
10 Q
scalar
May 24 05
462 plays
281
Classic Word Play

You have three words in every question, and your task is to guess the word that fits with each of the three (e.g.: snow, color, fairy tale=white). Good luck!
Very Difficult
10 Q
beatka
Feb 04 03
942 plays
282
Geography Word Change

Create a new word by making one change in the original word. For example, add the letter 'r' to the word 'Daniel' and you get 'Ireland'. All of the answers are places. Just follow the directions.
Tough
10 Q
robert362
Jun 05 01
753 plays
283
StepDown Game 2

I will give you a clue and the number of letters in the answer. Example: SIMPLE (5) The answer is BASIC. Then, the beginning of the next word's answer will be the ending of the last word's answer. So, the next example would be ILL (4), answer SICK.
Average
10 Q
aaron595
Mar 20 02
1518 plays
284
The Amazing Postal CODE 6

This is the first Postal CODE Quiz of winter or summer, depending on your latitude. I need a lot of latitude as I try to COME up with clues for words that can be MADE solely from US Postal Service abbreviations, e.g., CODE, COME and MADE.
Tough
10 Q
scalar
Jun 24 05
267 plays
285
StepDown Game 4

The last two, three or four letters of one answer will start the answer for the next question. Check the hints to see how many letters are in each answer.
Tough
10 Q
aaron595
Jun 13 02
1224 plays
286
The Amazing Postal CODE Plus

It has been well over a year since my last Postal Code Quiz (#18) went online, but they are still being played, so here is a variant on the theme. Instead of answers with two letter US Postal CODEs used in sequence, these will have overlaps.
Difficult
10 Q
scalar
May 22 07
210 plays
287
I Hear an Echo

There are a lot of double words in our language like Barney Rubble's son, Bam Bam. I think you've got the idea. Have fun!
Difficult
20 Q
finlady
Jun 09 01
1365 plays
288
Circle words

The following are definitions and hints that point to words ending in the same letters they begin with ( at least 2 eg. XYZksdfuyXYZ). Have fun!
Very Difficult
15 Q
you989
Sep 17 02
564 plays
289
Nickname That Word #3

Each of the following entries is a word that starts with a person's nickname. I'll give you a clue to the word's meaning. You supply the nickname. OK Bud?
Tough
10 Q
richicago
Feb 05 06
705 plays
290
The Amazing Postal CODE 2

This is the second quiz in a series featuring the surprising number of English words that can be MADE from just the two-letter Postal Service Abbreviations for the fifty states.
Very Difficult
10 Q
scalar
May 27 05
405 plays
291
The Amazing Postal CODE 14

Here are ten more words (numbers 140 through 150 in the series) that can be MADE (Massachusetts and Delaware) by combining the US Postal Service's two-letter state abbreviations.
Very Difficult
10 Q
scalar
Aug 19 05
240 plays
292
Codecracker

Each question has a country hidden within the code.Example: Speak Dozen Slips Dames Snare Ideal. 2nd letter of each word=POLAND. Ex2: Plate Names Beach Order-Here,first letter of each word=PNBO then move one place backwards in alphabet=OMAN
Very Difficult
10 Q
Crash_
Jan 13 02
3024 plays
293
Polly Gone

This is a geometry riddle quiz. All of the answers are terms in geometry. For example, "What do you call a missing parrot?" Polygon! (Polly Gone) Write all answers in geometry form, so you would write "polygon," not "polly gone"
Very Difficult
10 Q
fussballboy
Apr 21 04
537 plays
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