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Quiz about Quizzical44 Easy Word Search
Quiz about Quizzical44 Easy Word Search

Quizzical44: Easy Word Search


All the answers are found in the question and can be three to six letters long. For example: Open armed conflict found in the deWAR flask. The answer is war. Happy searching, have fun.

A multiple-choice quiz by Quizzical. Estimated time: 11 mins.
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Author
Quizzical
Time
11 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
42,943
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
25
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
17 / 25
Plays
2690
Question 1 of 25
1. Capital city found in Jerome Kern's 'Show Boat'?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 2 of 25
2. An aromatic plant such as parsley or rosemary can be found with George Herbert Walker Bush?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 3 of 25
3. Who said Bette Midler is lazy?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 4 of 25
4. Can this tree survive St. Elmo's fire?

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 5 of 25
5. How did John Logie Baird mix nitrogen and oxygen together to form the earth's atmosphere?

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 6 of 25
6. Richard Dreyfuss provides the squirrel's nest?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 7 of 25
7. Was Dwight David Eisenhower enthusiastic?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 8 of 25
8. Can this car manufacturer be found in Saudi Arabia?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 9 of 25
9. Does Heather like riesling?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 10 of 25
10. Any of the twenty-four curved arches of bone found in Kiribati?

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 11 of 25
11. A common European freshwater fish found in Franz Peter Schubert's 'Hark, Hark the Lark'?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 12 of 25
12. Can we alter Archangel, a port in Russia on the Dvina river?

Answer: (6 letters)
Question 13 of 25
13. This Shakespearean king can be found with the American group, Creedence Clearwater Revival?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 14 of 25
14. A food fish of the Northern hemisphere, has an elongated body with a large head just like William Shakespeare?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 15 of 25
15. This Greek letter is found with Catherine Zeta Jones?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 16 of 25
16. Sir Anthony Hopkins wasn't born in this country?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 17 of 25
17. Body organ found in Oliver Goldsmith's 'She Stoops to Conquer'?

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 18 of 25
18. An earthenware beer mug held by Albert Einstein in Liechtenstein?

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 19 of 25
19. A large body of matter without a definite shape must be a weight off Thomas Stearns Eliot's mind?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 20 of 25
20. Did the 1991 Nobel prize winner for chemistry, Richard Robert Ernst, find the aquatic bird?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 21 of 25
21. This troutlike fish occurs in cold lakes, northern seas and is found in Richard Wagner's opera 'Siegfried'?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 22 of 25
22. An elaborate accompanied song for solo voice is found with New York City born Mariah Carey?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 23 of 25
23. Informally, Hades, is found living with Michelle Pfeiffer in the Seychelles?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 24 of 25
24. Does cricketer Imran Khan know where the tall cross with a loop on the top is located?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 25 of 25
25. Music by 'Duke' Ellington contains a red ochre stain used for marking sheep?

Answer: (4 letters)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Capital city found in Jerome Kern's 'Show Boat'?

Answer: Rome

jeROME. Rome is the capital city of Italy
2. An aromatic plant such as parsley or rosemary can be found with George Herbert Walker Bush?

Answer: Herb

HERBert. Parsley or rosemary is a herb.
3. Who said Bette Midler is lazy?

Answer: Idle

mIDLEr. Idle is another word for lazy.
4. Can this tree survive St. Elmo's fire?

Answer: Elm

ELMo's. The tree is an elm or fir from FIRe
5. How did John Logie Baird mix nitrogen and oxygen together to form the earth's atmosphere?

Answer: Air

bAIRd. Air is the earth's atmosphere and consists of approximately 78 percent nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen.
6. Richard Dreyfuss provides the squirrel's nest?

Answer: Drey

DREYfuss. A drey is the nest of a squirrel.
7. Was Dwight David Eisenhower enthusiastic?

Answer: Avid

dAVID. Avid means enthusiastic.
8. Can this car manufacturer be found in Saudi Arabia?

Answer: Audi

sAUDI. Audi is the car manufacturer.
9. Does Heather like riesling?

Answer: Ling

riesLING. Another name for heather is ling. Riesling is a dry white wine from the Rhine valley in Germany.
10. Any of the twenty-four curved arches of bone found in Kiribati?

Answer: Rib

kiRIBati. We have 24 ribs which form the chest.
11. A common European freshwater fish found in Franz Peter Schubert's 'Hark, Hark the Lark'?

Answer: Chub

sCHUBert's. The chub is a freshwater fish.
12. Can we alter Archangel, a port in Russia on the Dvina river?

Answer: Change

arCHANGEl. Another name for alter is change.
13. This Shakespearean king can be found with the American group, Creedence Clearwater Revival?

Answer: Lear

cLEARwater. King Lear was the Shakespearean king.
14. A food fish of the Northern hemisphere, has an elongated body with a large head just like William Shakespeare?

Answer: Hake

sHAKEspeare. The hake is the food fish with an elongated body and a large head.
15. This Greek letter is found with Catherine Zeta Jones?

Answer: zeta

Zeta is the sixth letter of the Greek alphabet.
16. Sir Anthony Hopkins wasn't born in this country?

Answer: Iran

sIR ANthony. Iran being the country.
17. Body organ found in Oliver Goldsmith's 'She Stoops to Conquer'?

Answer: Liver

oLIVER. The body organ is the liver.
18. An earthenware beer mug held by Albert Einstein in Liechtenstein?

Answer: Stein

einSTEIN or liechtenSTEIN. A stein is the name of the earthenware mug.
19. A large body of matter without a definite shape must be a weight off Thomas Stearns Eliot's mind?

Answer: Mass

thoMAS Stearns. Mass is a large body of matter without definite shape.
20. Did the 1991 Nobel prize winner for chemistry, Richard Robert Ernst, find the aquatic bird?

Answer: Tern

roberT ERNst. The aquatic bird is the tern.
21. This troutlike fish occurs in cold lakes, northern seas and is found in Richard Wagner's opera 'Siegfried'?

Answer: Char

riCHARard. The char is a troutlike fish.
22. An elaborate accompanied song for solo voice is found with New York City born Mariah Carey?

Answer: Aria

mARIAh. An elaborate accompanied song for solo voice is called an aria.
23. Informally, Hades, is found living with Michelle Pfeiffer in the Seychelles?

Answer: Hell

micHELLe or seycHELLes. Informally Hades is a word for hell.
24. Does cricketer Imran Khan know where the tall cross with a loop on the top is located?

Answer: Ankh

imrAN KHan. The ankh is the name of the tall cross with a loop on the top, symbolizing eternal life.
25. Music by 'Duke' Ellington contains a red ochre stain used for marking sheep?

Answer: Keel

duKE ELlington. Keel is the red ochre stain used for marking sheep. Hope you enjoyed this cryptic quiz.
Source: Author Quizzical

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