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There are 359 quizzes and 3,965 trivia questions in this category.
271.
trivia quiz  Start With "M": Part II 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, May 06 17

Start with the letter "M"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: M + cartoon scream = very mild-mannered. [ M + eek = Meek.]
Very Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
May 06 17
837 plays
272.
trivia quiz  Start With "H": Part II 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Apr 29 17

Start with the letter "H"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: H + past of eat = despise. [H + ate = Hate.]
Very Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Apr 29 17
822 plays
273.
trivia quiz  Start With "B": Part IV 10 questions
Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Jul 01 17

Start with the letter "B"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: B + manta = donkey sound. [B + ray = Bray.]
Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Jul 01 17
813 plays
274.
trivia quiz  Add a Note 10 questions
Tough, 10 Qns, minch, Jul 31 04

Add a note, a musical note (A - G) to the word or words given to get a composer's last name. You may have to rearrange the letters. Example: BAH, add a C and you get Bach.
Tough
minch gold member
Jul 31 04
522 plays
275.
trivia quiz  Plus G 10 questions
Easy, 10 Qns, ClarkyB, Jun 26 17

Add the letter 'g' to the end of the word the clue indicates to create a new word. For example: Women's underwear item + g = Boast. Solution: Bra + g = Brag. Enter your answer as the new word.
Easy
ClarkyB
Jun 26 17
579 plays
276.
trivia quiz  Start With "C": Part II 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Apr 02 17

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
lowtechmaster gold member
Apr 02 17
930 plays
277.
trivia quiz  Start With "N" 10 questions
Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, May 08 17

Start with the letter "N"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: N + anatomic passage = potassium or sodium nitrate. [N + iter = Niter.]
Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
May 08 17
777 plays
278.
trivia quiz  Start With "C": Part IV 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Jul 04 17

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.]
Average
lowtechmaster gold member
Jul 04 17
591 plays
279.
trivia quiz  O changes the word 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, shawn888, May 12 04

This quiz is like my previous quizzes. The first clue describes a word, which, when O is added as a prefix changes to a word meaning the second clue. It is like: first clue + O (as a prefix) = second clue.
Average
shawn888
May 12 04
1902 plays
280.
trivia quiz  Change a Letter Idioms: Animal Edition 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, jondalah, May 03 09

These idioms are not quite right. Change one letter of each word to find the correct saying. All these sayings will involve an animal. Do not use any punctuation. Example in first clue.
Average
jondalah
May 03 09
489 plays
281.
trivia quiz  Word Partners 10 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, Soozy_Woozy, Apr 16 08

I'll give you two words that have a word in common that goes after the first word and before the second word. I'll give you a clue to the missing word and one of the phrases will have a 'transport' theme. Good Luck!
Average
Soozy_Woozy
Apr 16 08
2550 plays
282.
trivia quiz  Smack Dab in the Middle 5 25 questions
Difficult, 25 Qns, geniusonwheels, May 15 08

If you take the first and last letter off of a word, sometimes you get a new word. How many can you identify? More in first question.
Difficult
geniusonwheels
May 15 08
324 plays
283.
trivia quiz  Start With "T": Part II 10 questions
Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, May 20 17

Start with the letter "T"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: T + be ill = dog appendage. [T + ail = Tail.]
Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
May 20 17
744 plays
284.
trivia quiz  Faces to Faces 10 questions
Easy, 10 Qns, Matthew_07, Jul 15 10

Based on the clues given in each question, try to figure out the ten five-letter words. Each subsequent word differs from the previous one by one letter and no unscrambling is needed. Enjoy!
Easy
Matthew_07 gold member
Jul 15 10
696 plays
285.
trivia quiz  Frank Sang for His Supper 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, workisboring, Aug 18 17

In this quiz, we follow a day in the life of Frank. Starting with a synonym for "sing", change a letter to progress to a tool used to cook Frank's supper.
Very Easy
workisboring gold member
Aug 18 17
378 plays
286.
trivia quiz  Inquizition's: How Are Your Vowels2? 20 questions
Tough, 20 Qns, Inquizition, Jan 27 03

Each word contains the same vowel which is repeated throughout the word. For example: A country in North America (6 letters containing 3 a's) The answer is Canada. These increase in difficulty. Good luck and have fun.
Tough
Inquizition
Jan 27 03
1053 plays
287.
trivia quiz  Consecutive Stress 20 questions
Tough, 20 Qns, s2boy, Jan 29 03

I give you the definition of a word. You answer with a word that contains 3 consecutive letters of the alphabet, either forwards or backwards, possibly with extra vowels added.
Tough
s2boy
Jan 29 03
510 plays
288.
trivia quiz  Start With "H": Part I 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Apr 26 17

Start with the letter "H"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: H + past of eat = despise. [H + ate = Hate.]
Very Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Apr 26 17
798 plays
289.
trivia quiz  Start With "T": Part I 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Feb 24 17

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
lowtechmaster gold member
Feb 24 17
618 plays
290.
trivia quiz  Start With "V" 10 questions
Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Mar 01 17

Start with the letter "V"; add it to the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: V + be ill = something often worn by a bride (obsolete alternate spelling) [V + ail = Vail.]
Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Mar 01 17
786 plays
291.
trivia quiz  Start With "S": Part IV 10 questions
Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Jul 11 17

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 = gulp a drink. [S + wig = Swig.]
Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Jul 11 17
828 plays
292.
trivia quiz  O, My Turn! 15 questions
Difficult, 15 Qns, sharkbytes, Jul 30 02

The only vowel you need in these answers is the letter O. 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.
Difficult
sharkbytes
Jul 30 02
1005 plays
293.
trivia quiz  Start With "T": Part III 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Jun 21 17

Start with the 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 wags. [T + ail = Tail.]
Very Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Jun 21 17
756 plays
294.
trivia quiz  Start With "B": Part I 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Mar 13 17

Start with the letter "B"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: B + manta = donkey sound. [B + ray = Bray.]
Very Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Mar 13 17
888 plays
295.
trivia quiz  Start With "C": Part V 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Jul 23 17

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.]
Average
lowtechmaster gold member
Jul 23 17
603 plays
296.
trivia quiz  Sandwich 2 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, ClarkyB, Jan 25 18

Add the same letter to the end of the first word and the start of the second word to create two new words. If you do this correctly, the answer letters will spell a famous sportsperson. Note: No plurals are used!
Very Easy
ClarkyB
Jan 25 18
342 plays
297.
trivia quiz  I Can Too! 15 questions
Tough, 15 Qns, sharkbytes, Aug 01 02

The only vowel you need in these answers is the letter I. 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
sharkbytes
Aug 01 02
933 plays
298.
trivia quiz  Start With "F": Part I 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, lowtechmaster, Apr 10 17

Start with the letter "F"; add it at the beginning of the word suggested by the clue to form a new word. Example: F + everything = season. [F + all = Fall.]
Very Easy
lowtechmaster gold member
Apr 10 17
831 plays
299.
trivia quiz  F-ort Required! 15 questions
Tough, 15 Qns, sharkbytes, Aug 12 02

The only consonant you need in these answers is the letter F. 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
sharkbytes
Aug 12 02
783 plays
300.
trivia quiz  What Can "Down" Do For You? 10 questions
Very Easy, 10 Qns, workisboring, Jun 21 18

In this quiz, start with the word "down". Change a letter in each clue to find a form of help.
Very Easy
workisboring gold member
Jun 21 18
495 plays
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