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The Crossword Solver

The Crossword Solver
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Illustrations Of Unusual And Rarely Spoken Words Recumbentibus—A knockout punch, either verbal or physical. The Irish illustration duo of James and Michael Fizgarald, or also known as The Project Twins, have come up with a series of illustrations that visually represent rarely spoken and heard of words. In their series called ‘A-Z of Unusual Words’, the meaning of the words have been visually defined in the form of a whimsical poster—which can be purchased on their website. Here are some of their ‘informative’ posters: Acersecomic—A Person whose hair has never been cut. Harmartia—The character flaw or error of a tragic hero. Jettatura—The casting of an evil eye Pogonotrophy—The act of cultivating, or growing and grooming, a mustache, beard, sideburns or other facial hair. Ostentiferious—Bring omens or unnatural or supernatural manisfestations. Scripturient—Possessing a violent desire to write. Ultracrepidarian—A person who gives opinions and advice on matters outside of one’s knowledge. Yonderly—Mentally or emotionally distant; absent-minded

Riddles and answers What Runs Around the Yard What runs around the yard without moving? <p>A fence.</p> Has Teeth But Can’t Bite What has teeth but can’t bite? <p>A comb. A comb. Look In My Face Look in my face and I am someone, Look in my back I am no one. What am I? <p>A mirror. A mirror. Word Pronounced Incorrectly What 11-letter word does everyone pronounce incorrectly? <p>The word &#8220;incorrectly&#8221;. More Than a Few Nothing specific, but more than a few. <p>Bunch. Bunch. By Sef Daystrom Never Goes Airborne It never goes airborne, yet, still, it may land. <p>A punch. Not a Bird Though Feathered It’s not a bird, though feathered, and it has a mobile nest. <p>An arrow. An arrow. Slayer of Regrets Slayer of regrets old and new, sought by many, found by few. <p>Redemption. Redemption. Split Itself What can split itself before splitting something else? <p>Lightning. Lightning. A Blade of Jagged Cut Has a blade of jagged cut. <p>A key. A key.

WHATSTHISW?RD It's also great for finding Scrabble or Words With Friends words, and solving Hangman games. Just enter the word you are trying to solve or find in the box below, using question marks in place of the letters that you don't know. e.g. ? It Could Be One Of These:? Brain Teasers for Kids and Adults Mazelog - Original Logic Maze Puzzles 5 amazing observation puzzles Below you can find 5 observation puzzles, which means that the answers may be more obvious than you think. The stars (*) indicate the difficulty of each puzzle. If you manage to find the answers, write them in comments at the bottom of the page! Good luck! Puzzle 1 “Names” (*) Anna’s mother has three other sons. How has she christened her daughter? Puzzle 2 “Old Testament” (*) How many animals of every kind did Moses take on the ark with him? Puzzle 3 “The French Revolution” (***) I am a servant of a wealthy noble couple (husband and wife) in France just before the outbreak of the French Revolution. “The couple had a strange tradition. - Can you go and get me my black gloves from home? - Okay, he says and leaves. She enters the church and takes a pew. There is something absurd in this story, something that cannot be true. Puzzle 4 “The Spy” (***) Once an American spy went to a Russian military camp seeking to obtain information on behalf of America. Puzzle 5 “The ungrateful collector” (****)

Have Fun Teaching Einstein's Riddles and Grid Puzzles Bear Albert Einstein allegedly made this riddle for his scholars. A fellow encountered a bear in a wasteland. There was nobody else there. It all happened on the North Pole. Neighbors This is another example of Einstein's riddles. The Brit lives in the Red house. Who has fish at home? Meeting (meet this challenge) Another example of hard grid puzzles (just like Einstein's) was published in the QUIZ 11/1986. Daniella Black and her husband work as Shop-Assistants. Is it a problem to find out everything about everyone from this information? Ships The following grid puzzle might be easy. The Greek ship leaves at six and carries coffee. Which ship goes to Port Said? Gardens Five friends have their gardens next to one another, where they grow three kinds of crops: fruits (apple, pear, nut, cherry), vegetables (carrot, parsley, gourd, onion) and flowers (aster, rose, tulip, lily). They grow 12 different varieties. Who has which garden and what is grown where? Share this page with your friends

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