Puzzle questions with answers in English
Puzzle questions with answers in English: I have cities, but no houses. I have mountains, but no trees. I have water, but no fish. What am I?, I come from a mine and get surrounded by wood always. Everyone uses me. What am I?
Puzzle questions with answers in English:
Puzzle:1 ’This true I have both face and
And move before your eyes,
Yet when I go, my body stands,
And when I stand, I lie
Answer: A Clock
Puzzle:2 My clothing’s fine as velvet rare,
Though under earth my dwellings are;
And when above it I appear,
My enemies put me off in fear.
The gardener does at me repine,
I spoil his works as he does
Answer: The Mole.
Puzzle:3 Two twins we are, and, let it
Alike in every feature, shape,
We’re square, or round, of
brass or iron made,
Sometimes of wood, yet useful
found in trade ;
But, to conclude, for all-out daily pains,
We by the neck are often hung
Answer: A Pair of Scales.
Top 15 English Riddles
Puzzle:4 I was before the world began
And shall forever last;
E re father Adam was a man.
Or out of Eden cast.
Your youthful moments I attend.
And mitigate your grief;
The industrious peasant I befriend,
To prisoners give relief.
Make much of me if you are wise,
And use me while you may,
For you will lose me in a trice.
As I for no man stay.
Puzzle:5 It foams without anger,
It flies without wings,
It cuts without edge,
And without tongue, it sings.
Answer: A Botile of Ale
Puzzle:6 What force and strength cannot
I with a gentle touch can do;
And many in the streets would stand,
Was I not, a friend, at hand.
Answer: A Key
Puzzle:7 What is that which has been
to-morrow, and will be yesterday?
Puzzle:8 My Habitation’s in a wood,
And I’m at any one’s command;
I often do more hurt than good
If I once get the upper hand
I never tear the champion’s frown.
Stout things I oftentimes have done ;
Brave soldiers, I have oft laid down,
I never fear their sword and gun.
Answer: A Barrel of Beer.
Puzzle:9 My nose is long, my back is
broad and round,
And in cold weather of great
use I’m found ;
No-load I carry, yet I puff and blow,
As much as heavily loaded porters do.
Answer: A Pair of BellowS
Puzzle:10 I never offend thee,
Yet thou dost me whip,
Which doth not amend me,
Though I dance and skip ;
When I’m upright thou dost like
And severely dost whip me
when I want to rest.
Answer: A Top
Puzzle:11 Chain’d, and in a dungeon laid.
Bid Chloe then, and M you tell,
What’s my name and where I dwell
Answer: The Squirrel
Puzzle:12 Which would save them from
To fight, kill, and die, and
cause much misery
To those who have done them
Answer: A Drum.
Puzzle:13 T w o bodies have me,
Though both joined in one
The stiller I stand,
the faster I run.
Puzzle:14 I have cities, but no houses. I have mountains, but no trees. I have water, but no fish. What am I?
This riddle aims to confuse you and get you to focus on the things that are missing: the houses, trees, and fish. You might guess you need to think about something inanimate.
Answer: A map
Puzzle:15 I come from a mine and get surrounded by wood always. Everyone uses me. What am I?
The idea of a mine might lead you to coal or a diamond. The wood detail is your best hint. This riddle is a toughie, but wood might lead you to figure it out.
Answer: Pencil lead