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There are 371 quizzes and 4,085 trivia questions in this category.
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trivia quiz  R You Ready 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, Ctvega, Aug 10 18

Add an "R" and rearrange the letters of the clue to get a new word.
Ctvega gold member
Aug 10 18
360 plays
trivia quiz  This Chameleon Can Hide Two Elephants 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Jan 18 16

You'll get nine word pairs in which the last letter of the 1st word is also the 1st letter of the 2nd word. Replace this common letter by another letter having the same effect. The correct solution will give you (9 for 10) a word from top to bottom.
JanIQ gold member
Jan 18 16
216 plays
trivia quiz  Salty Beginning, Scorching End 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, DeepHistory, Sep 05 14

Beginning from the word "Salty" and changing a letter each time from the answers you will find while progressing, you will end up with a substance which feeds volcanoes and resembles the earth-scorching lava. Enjoy!
DeepHistory gold member
Sep 05 14
240 plays
trivia quiz  Brain Buster 3 10 questions
Difficult, 10 Qns, cal79, Apr 07 03

Just add the next letter in the acronym. E.G "LILABO...?" The next letter is "C" to give "Life is like a box of chocolates."
Apr 07 03
1137 plays
trivia quiz  Santanigo's Word Addition 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, Santanigo, Feb 15 04

Since I love doing these quizzes so much, I thought I'd have a go at making one myself. Hope you enjoy it! Example - C + What grows on your head = Chair.
Feb 15 04
858 plays
trivia quiz  Add "E" to Form A New Word 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, Tigress31, Apr 06 04

Here's the second in a series of which will follow the path of vowel letters. Add "E" to the front or back of the word derived from the first definition to form a new word. Ex. E + pluck = a long narrative poem. Answer: epic (E + pick = epic). Enjoy!
Apr 06 04
612 plays
trivia quiz  CLimb starts with CL 10 questions
Tough, 10 Qns, paulisnotdead, Oct 08 10

Take the letters CL, and add a word to make a two word phrase. Check the hint for number of letters. The longer word always comes first.
Oct 08 10
339 plays
trivia quiz  Insert Your Favourite Letter 15 questions
Average, 15 Qns, Billkozy, Mar 27 20

I took up the Author Challenge by Trivia_Fan54. You will be asked to figure out into which word you should insert various people's favorite letter, in order to make it a new word which fits the question asked.
Mar 27 20
180 plays
trivia quiz  Add "U" to Form A New Word 10 questions
Average, 10 Qns, Tigress31, Apr 11 04

Let's now complete this series by adding "U" to the front or back of the word derived from the first definition to form the new word. Ex. U + an animal with antlers = mammary of a cow. Answer: udder (U + deer = udder). Enjoy! :)
Apr 11 04
825 plays
trivia quiz  Add "A" to Form A New Word 10 questions
Tough, 10 Qns, Tigress31, Apr 06 04

Add "A" to the front or back of the word derived from the first definition to form a new word. For example: A + an animal with antlers = a snake. Answer: adder (A + deer = adder). Have fun with this and good luck! :)
Apr 06 04
666 plays
trivia quiz  Acrostic Diagnostic 10 questions
Impossible, 10 Qns, vacklay, Sep 13 03

Questions in this quiz are like acrostics. I give you a list of word definitions. You take the initial letter of the first word of each answer. These letters, already in order, will spell another related word in the blank. For proper names, use surnames.
Sep 13 03
471 plays
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