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I am a activity dogs are very good at when a ball is thrown. What am I?
A crafty use of long pieces of wool to make a scarf.
I crushed on Wendy Darling. What am I?
Sometimes dark and sometimes bright, I make my way among twinkling lights. Seas and oceans obey my call, yet mountains I cannot move at all. My face is marred and gray, but I’m majestic anyway. What am I?
Delicious but said to be a lie.
An art-form and its colour-ful result.
I have two bodies joined together as one. When standing still, I ran and ran. What am I?
If you are unsure how to use one then just ask a flight attendant.
What always goes to bed with its shoes on?
Who spends the day at the window, goes to the table for meals and hides at night?
Chicken noodle and cream of mushroom are two well known varieties of this kind of food
What has a ring, but no finger?
They try to beat me, they try in vain. And when I win, I end the pain.
Two is one, four is two, and six is three. Don't you see? What am I?
I am a rock group with four members. All dead, one was assassinated. What am I?
I come when the weather is at its prime, Though, it might be wise to leave nothing on the street. But, in the wintertime My name is obsolete What am I?
A stylish winter top that covers your larynx.
I always have to work with something in my eye. What am I?
I have a metal roof and glass wall. I burn and burn but never fall. What am I?
A flash of light on a grey day. If you're made of metal, you best stay away. What am I?
A house with two occupants, sometimes one, rarely three. Break the walls, eat the borders, then throw away me. What am I?
Sometimes I fly as fast as the speed of light. Sometime I crawl as slow as a snail. Unknown until I am measured but you will certainly miss me when I’m gone. What am I?
I can be driven, but have no wheels. I can be sliced, but still remains whole. What am I?
It is able to speak because it has a hard gone. You know what it is as soon as it has sung. What is it?
I have a heart of gold and I smell when I'm old. What am I?
What do we see every day, kings see rarely, and God never sees?
Between you and the net stands this vigilant protector of the scoreboard.
I have a hundred legs but cannot stand, a long neck but no head; I eat the maid's life. What am I?
Both old people and owls are said to be possessing this trait
I’m really blue, but when you see me I’m red. You don’t see me too often. I’m there for you if you’re hurt, but I’m good for you. What am I?
A cloud was my mother, the wind is my father, my son is the cool stream, and my daughter is the fruit of the land. A rainbow is my bed, the earth my final resting place, and I'm the torment of man.
The more you take away from me, the bigger I shall get. What am I?
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