Little Riddles by Juxta Labs Inc. is a fun game with many levels. Each level provides you with a sentence that describes something, and your job is to guess what that something is. When you’re stuck you can choose to buy a hint – or just cheat by looking up the answer below! Here are the answers, hints, and descriptions of all levels of the game. Have fun with this game!
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Level 0: BUNNY – Carrot – Cute hares that hop and deliver eggs at Easter are called by this nickname.
Level 1: BANANAS – Banana – This monkey food makes people slip and fall in cartoons.
Level 2: FARM – Grow – Owned by Old McDonald.
Level 3: CORNERS – Angle – Poorly behaved children often find themselves sitting in these.
Level 4: SPRINKLER – Water – It keeps things green and keeps the kids occupied in the summertime.
Level 5: FETCH – Bring – If a dog were filling out a resume, he might list his mastery of this game under \”skills.\”
Level 6: LULLABY – Baby – Sleep-inducing melody.
Level 7: PETERPAN – Hook – He crushed on Wendy Darling.
Level 8: CHICKEN – Bird – This guy crossed a road and everyone wants an explanation.
Level 9: NEST – Bird – A twiggy home.
Level 10: ROWBOAT – Oars – Very helpful if you intend to go gently down a stream.
Level 11: DUNGEON – Castle – A storage facility for criminals and fire-breathing reptiles.
Level 12: GHOST – Spirit – Casper was a friendly one and Demi Moore made a clay pot with one.
Level 13: JELLY – Fruit – Santa’s abdomen shakes like a bowl full of this.
Level 14: PICK – Choose – You can do this with your friends. You can do this with your nose. But don’t do it with your friend’s nose!
Level 15: BASEBALL – Bat – Where everyone wants to run home and stealing is encouraged.
Level 16: SHOWERS – Bathe – Brings you May flowers.
Level 17: SUPERHERO – Batman – Special abilities and brightly colored underwear are all you need to be one of these.
Level 18: TEETH – Bite – Consuming food would be pretty tough without these chompers.
Level 19: LEMONADE – Drink – Often sold by child entrepreneurs in the summer.
Level 20: METEOR – Asteroid – A shower that lights up the sky.
Level 21: BIKINI – Beach – The itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot variety is quite popular.
Level 22: SOLO – Alone – Surname of the pilot of the Millennium Falcon.
Level 23: LOBE – Flesh – Where jewelry pierces your head.
Level 24: REVERSE – Backward – If you blow past your destination, you’ll have to throw your car into this.
Level 25: GORILLA – Ape – These animals hang out in the mist.
Level 26: SANDWICH – Bread – Rueben and Monte Cristo are two delicious varieties of this.
Level 27: BURP – Belch – Air that is expelled orally.
Level 28: COMET – Asteroid – Describes a toilet cleaner as well as one of Santa’s reindeer.
Level 29: TERRIBLE – Awful – Two year-old children who throw tantrums get this nickname. So did the tsar \”Ivan.\”
Level 30: WADDLE – Awkward – The signature stroll of ducks and penguins.
Level 31: PREGNANT – Baby – The state of holding a person in your person.
Level 32: SPINE – Back – This is needed both for courage and hardcover books.
Level 33: TWILIGHT – Bella – Between daylight and darkness when sparkling blood suckers like to come out.
Level 34: BALDSPOT – Bare – Responsible for the toupee industry.
Level 35: CENTURY – 100 – Longer than a decade and shorter than a millennium.
Level 36: CHARCOAL – BBQ – Fuels backyard get-togethers.
Level 37: SMOKEY – Bear – Only you can prevent forest fires.
Level 38: DOUBT – Believe – A defendant will go free if a reasonable amount of this exists.
Level 39: JAPAN – Asia – Godzilla calls this place home.
Level 40: SALOON – Beer – This would be a good place to find Can-Can girls and drunk Cowboys.
Level 41: JINGLE – Bell – Santa’s reindeer make this noise.
Level 42: TARZAN – Apes – He prefers to travel on vines and pal around with gorillas.
Level 43: MICROSOFT – Bill Gates – This company makes billions of dollars selling Windows.
Level 44: TRIANGLE – Bermuda – A caribbean shape that makes ships disappear.
Level 45: PENGUINS – Bird – Known for their natural tuxedos and marching.
Level 46: LIBRARY – Books – Before Google, we actually had to physically look things up in this building full of knowledge.
Level 47: LUNGS – Breathe – They transfer oxygen from the atmosphere into blood.
Level 48: RAVENS – Bird – Dark, feathery, and popular in Baltimore.
Level 49: XRAY – Bone – Use this machine if you really want to see inside somone.
Level 50: DEADSEA – Alive – A morbidly-named body of water.
Level 51: WING – Bird – Angels and pilots earn these.
Level 52: FRAGILE – Break – Boxes marked as this should not be abused.
Level 53: HUMP – Bump – By Thursday you’re over this.
Level 54: JUGGLING – Catch – One of the few activities that involves bowling pins flying through the air.
Level 55: SEASON – Winter – Flavors your food and divides the year up.
Level 56: SNICKERS – Candybar – A candy whose name is reminiscent of a small laugh.
Level 57: GOOSE – Bird – This creature travels in a gaggle.
Level 58: LAUGH – Text – The L in Lol
Level 59: PANCAKES – Breakfast – So delicious they required an international house to contain them.
Level 60: CASE – Box – Can be heard in a court or used to carry briefs.
Level 61: FIRSTBASE – Baseball – Better touch this before proceeding to second, or you’re out.
Level 62: WITCH – Broomstick – Dorothy had a severe disagreement with a woman of this magical persuasion.
Level 63: LLAMA – Alpaca – A goofy creature that produces fine wool and like to spit at you.
Level 64: TREAT – Candy – A tasty reward given to well behaved dogs and kids.
Level 65: THUNDER – Sound – Nature’s way of applauding a lightning strike.
Level 66: HOOK – Captain – Pan’s nemesis.
Level 67: ACE – Cards – There are four of these, but everyone’s favorite seems to be spades.
Level 68: BUMPERCARS – Carnival – Where it is encouraged to slam into other vehicles.
Level 69: NIBBLE – Bite – Rabbits do this to carrots and Jason Mraz does this to ears.
Level 70: LINT – Clothes – Has a strong attraction to belly buttons.
Level 71: PAPARAZZI – Celebrities – They make a living harassing wealthy, beautiful people.
Level 72: RUBBERDUCK – Bird – Ernie wouldn’t get clean without singing with this little guy.
Level 73: VITAMIN – ABC – These minerals are vital to your health.
Level 74: DECISION – Choose – What you make after you’ve weighed your options.
Level 75: TOASTER – Bread – They put the heat in Pop Tarts.
Level 76: BELT – Buckle – These help engines spin and trousers stay up.
Level 77: CANDYCANE – Christmas – Treats said to be based on a shepherd’s staff.
Level 78: SCROOGE – Christmas – Greedy grumpy holiday hater.
Level 79: SANTACLAUS – Christmas – Commits friendly home invasions one night a year.
Level 80: LAUNDRY – Clothes – When it’s dirty this should never be aired in public.
Level 81: HICCUP – Burp – Everyone claims to know a way to stop these involuntary contractions . None of them work.
Level 82: COKE – Cola – According to the ads, this is the favorite beverage of friendly polar bears.
Level 83: RAINBOW – Color – Each of these ends in a kettle full of precious metal and the double variety is quite awesome.
Level 84: TENNIS – Net – A sport with love and service played by singles and pairs.
Level 85: CAPITAL – City – These begin your sentences and are home to your leaders.
Level 86: SHAMROCK – Clover – Has 4 lucky leaves.
Level 87: CLUBSODA – Carbonated – A beverage named after a stick. Also combats the stains of another beverage.
Level 88: JAM – Jelly – Flavors range from strawberry to toe.
Level 89: BUNGEE – Cord – Use this if leaping off a bridge for fun.
Level 90: DOUGH – Cookie – Before crust hardens.
Level 91: ARMPIT – Deodorant – Raise your right appendage high above your head. Turn your head to the right and you will smell this.
Level 92: DRAMA – Conflict – Teenage girls are pros at causing this.
Level 93: CLOCK – Tic Tock – It has a face and two hands but no arms or legs.
Level 94: HOMERUN – Baseball – One of the best things you can hope for after whacking a ball with a stick.
Level 95: BEAVER – Dam – Water dwelling mammal known for its work ethic.
Level 96: MUSIC – Dance – A beautiful succession of sounds.
Level 97: MANGER – Crib – Mary’s child slept in one of these.
Level 98: TANGO – Dance – It takes two people to do this.
Level 99: FONDUE – Cheese – For this gourmet style of meal you’ll need a pot and some pointy sticks.
Level 100: GUILTY – Crime – You’re having a bad day if 12 peers deem you to be this.
Level 101: OASIS – Desert – A small paradise surrounded by dry heat. Some have Wonderwalls.
Level 102: DENTURES – Dental – If you’re worried that grandpa will bite, just remove these.
Level 103: RABIES – Disease – Mad bats and dogs carry this.
Level 104: BUSBOY – Dishes – Sounds like he works on public transportation but he really works in a restaurant.
Level 105: NESTEGGS – Chicken – Retired people want these to be large and birds want them to hatch.
Level 106: TRUNK – Elephant – Mobsters judge the quality of a vehicle by the size of this.
Level 107: ATLANTIC – Ocean – The Titanic is still chilling here.
Level 108: ISLAND – Ocean – This patch of land stands alone.
Level 109: STAPLES – Office – Securing your documents is easy with these trusty metal objects.
Level 110: APPENDIX – Organ – Found at the back of a book or in an abdomen.
Level 111: VACUUM – Clean – These suck.
Level 112: GRANDPA – Father – A gentleman whose offspring have successfully produced offspring of their own.
Level 113: MICROWAVE – Oven – Where food goes to get nuked.
Level 114: TORTURE – Pain – If you’re on a diet, smelling a fresh pan of brownies could be described as this.
Level 115: BELCH – Gas – Announcing to the world that you’ve recently enjoyed a fizzy beverage.
Level 116: WOK – Pan – You’ll see savory dishes in Hong Kong sizzling in these.
Level 117: SEAL – Mammal – Aquatic creature whose name is rather \”tight.\”
Level 118: HOOF – Feet – A pony trots his way through the world on these.
Level 119: JELLO – Gelatin – Kids love this bouncy, sugary, treat. It’s like colorful rubber that you can eat.
Level 120: ALADDIN – Genie – He has a genie to thank for the fact that he married a princess.
Level 121: REPORTCARD – Grades – A piece of paper that determines the academic fate of kids everywhere.
Level 122: SPRAYPAINT – Graffiti – The artistic vandal’s best friend.
Level 123: PIXEL – Computer – Thousands of these come together to make a digital image.
Level 124: MEASURE – Ruler – What you do to determine the length of something.
Level 125: SEATBELT – Safety – If you are unsure how to use one then just ask a flight attendant.
Level 126: POPEYE – Sailor – This man has an obsession with spinach.
Level 127: CLEARANCE – Sale – Low on cash? Pick out items from this rack.
Level 128: DROOL – Saliva – This falls from the mouths of babies and Homer Simpson when he sees doughnuts.
Level 129: PUZZLE – Jigsaw – These are great fun until you realize you don’t have all the pieces.
Level 130: BACKPACK – Satchel – Helps carry your books to school.
Level 131: COPYCAT – Same – The offspring of a feline and a Xerox machine.
Level 132: LOBSTER – Seafood – When put in a pot of boiling water… they scream.
Level 133: DANDRUFF – Scalp – Could be described as the cranium’s version of snow.
Level 134: PUPPY – Dog – Cute, cuddly canine children.
Level 135: TUPPERWARE – Container – Ladies used to party with this kitchen device.
Level 136: KILT – Skirt – Scottish knee-length formal wear for men.
Level 137: CANINE – Animal – What scientists might call your pooch.
Level 138: PART – Section – The line in your hair.
Level 139: CAKE – Dessert – High fat reward for making it through another solar cycle.
Level 140: PIECHART – Data – A delicious way of presenting numbers.
Level 141: TOUCHDOWN – Football – These make grown men dance in end zones.
Level 142: SEWER – Drain – The ninja turtles call this place home, as do mythical alligators.
Level 143: SLUG – Snail – A spent round or a slimy critter.
Level 144: GOALIE – Soccer – Between you and the net stands this vigilant protector of the scoreboard.
Level 145: GPS – Directions – Directions from outer space.
Level 146: FINISH – End – The line a runner strives to reach.
Level 147: HISS – Snake – Warns of deflating tires and serpents.
Level 148: APOLOGY – Sorry. – You are owed one of these when someone wrongs you.
Level 149: MOONWALK – Space – The King of Pop’s stellar dance move.
Level 150: PAPERROUTE – Deliver – A first job for many kids, this could be described as \”Media Distribution Management.\”
Level 151: ADIOS – Spanish – What a South American might say to a friend as they depart.
Level 152: MAGICWAND – Spell – Standard issue tool for Fairy Godmothers and wizards.
Level 153: AUDIENCE – Spectator – A performer counts on these folks for applause.
Level 154: PARALYZE – Spine – What Botox will do to your expression.
Level 155: WHIP – Snap – Indiana Jones likes to crack this.
Level 156: BUCK – Dollar – Both a currency and an antlered male.
Level 157: BLOODBANK – Donate – Where you deposit the red stuff from your veins.
Level 158: BACKBONE – Spine – Timid or weak people are said to not have these.
Level 159: VAMPIRE – Dracula – A toothy nocternal immortal.
Level 160: BUTTER – Dairy – I can’t believe it’s not…
Level 161: VOLLEYBALL – Sport – Sand+Net+Bikini =
Level 162: BEARHUG – Squeeze – How a big, hibernating mammal would show affection.
Level 163: PINCH – Squeeze – An acceptable act of violence on Saint Patrick’s Day.
Level 164: GATOR – Crocodile – A prehistoric reptile that lives today and the inspiration for the name of a popular sports drink.
Level 165: TOE – Foot – Little piggies you look down at every day.
Level 166: WEB – Spider – The homes of tiny creatures that collect in corners if you aren’t vigilant about dusting.
Level 167: ELEPHANT – Dumbo – They don’t forget.
Level 168: SHOCKING – Electric – Hearing something unexpected or touching a live wire can have this effect.
Level 169: SIXPACK – Drink – Can be found in the drink aisle or on a body-builder’s torso.
Level 170: YELL – Scream – An appropriately loud response to fear, excitement, or your team scoring.
Level 171: GRACEFUL – Elegant – Perhaps the most important adjective for ballerinas and princesses.
Level 172: HOLLOW – Empty – Rotten trees and Jack-O-Lanterns have this characteristic in common.
Level 173: DELETE – Erase – Your computer’s version of white-out.
Level 174: BONGOS – Drum – Hold these between your knees if you want to set a Cuban beat.
Level 175: PURR – Sound – Petting a feline often evokes this response.
Level 176: NEWYEARS – Eve – When everyone stares at clocks and then starts smooching.
Level 177: BLINK – Eyelid – To moisten your peepers you must do this.
Level 178: POPULAR – Famous – The celebrities of high school were part of this crowd.
Level 179: HYDROGEN – Element – Without this, H2o would just be 2o.
Level 180: MEXICO – Spanish – Thanks for such treasures as Mariachis, enchiladas and habanero!
Level 181: HELL – Heaven – A popular afterlife destination to send people, when you’re mad at them.
Level 182: KITE – Fly – A toy that requires some string and a breezy day.
Level 183: SUSPENDERS – Hold up – The one fashion accessory farmers and hipsters can agree upon.
Level 184: EARTHDAY – Environment – A section of the calendar dedicated to mother nature.
Level 185: LIFE – Death – The main difference between us and zombies.
Level 186: GARLIC – Herb – Causes bad breath and frightens blood-suckers.
Level 187: ANCHOR – Hold – Drop this to stop a boat.
Level 188: PAPERCLIP – Hold – An office supply that’s shaped like a trombone.
Level 189: DUTCH – Europe – They cut doors in half and wear wooden shoes.
Level 190: DIPLOMA – Graduate – Proof you’ve done your time in school
Level 191: BENCH – Seat – The athletically challenged spend a good deal of time on this seat made of pine.
Level 192: EMERALD – Green – A certain wizard resided in a city made from this gemstone.
Level 193: COFFEEBEAN – Grind – Millions of these are crushed every morning to help people wake up.
Level 194: SANDWICH – Bread – Rueben and Monte Cristo are two delicious varieties of this.
Level 195: FRENCH – Europe – Famous for cheese, wine and saying ‘ooo la la’
Level 196: CLAW – Hand – Aliens in Toy Story call this their leader.
Level 197: SHAVE – Hair – Daily ritual of scraping a metal tool on the body.
Level 198: PUMPKIN – Halloween – Come November 1st, many of these will be found smashed on sidewalks.
Level 199: PIRATE – Eyepatch – Maritime marauders.
Level 200: SIGHT – Eye – You’ll have to consult an optometrist if you want to improve this.
Level 201: PRISONER – Jail – One who has offended the government and has been detained by it.
Level 202: LASTSUPPER – Bible – Probably the most famous dinner-party in history.
Level 203: GOLDCHAIN – Jewelry – Rappers and Mr. T wear these in abundance.
Level 204: HEADBUTT – Face – Fighting technique taken from rams.
Level 205: SNOWWHITE – Fairy Tale – This royal young lady had several short men following her and helping her in the forest.
Level 206: NECKLACE – Jewelry – One might hang a locket from this.
Level 207: FRUITSALAD – Juice – Ingredients: apples, bananas, grapes, oranges, canteloupe. Instructions: toss.
Level 208: NAILPOLISH – Finger – Makeup for your digits.
Level 209: IMPOSTER – Fake – You might accuse someone living with a stolen identity of being this.
Level 210: KING – Crown – Royalty whose bugers are broiled and whose bed is large.
Level 211: EYELINER – MakeUp – Goth guys and women enhance their visual organs with this item.
Level 212: MYTH – Legend – There is a television show dedicated to busting these tales of yore.
Level 213: MAXOUT – Limit – Doing this on your Visa could result in being in debt for a long time.
Level 214: HUNGER – Famished – A desire to consume.
Level 215: CHEEKS – Face – Grandmothers like to pinch these.
Level 216: POTATO – Mashed – If it weren’t for these, no one would be aware of Idaho’s existence.
Level 217: CABBAGE – Lettuce – Sauerkraut owes its existence to this head.
Level 218: CALCULATOR – Math – A mini solar powered computer designed to help you pass Algebra.
Level 219: STARFISH – Twinkle – A stellar five-limbed sea creature.
Level 220: SCRATCH – Cut – A DJ does this to records. I do it to mosquito bites.
Level 221: BIGMAC – McDonalds – Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce and cheese in a sesame seed bun.
Level 222: FUNNYBONE – Arm – It’s anything but amusing when this body part gets hit.
Level 223: FIELDGOAL – Football – The way a kicker scores 3 points.
Level 224: HEIGHT – Measurement – The distance from the top of your head to the floor – standing up straight
Level 225: BUTTERCUP – Flower – Plant whose name sounds like a dish full of dairy spread.
Level 226: SCHMOOZE – Flatter – Something you do with guests at a fancy party hoping to get a leg-up in your career.
Level 227: CATWALK – Fashion – Beautiful girls strut and sexy men ‘do their little turn’ on this.
Level 228: BULLY – Mean – Lunch money thief and distributor of wedgies.
Level 229: HAIRY – Furry – If someone calls you this, it might be time to consider hot wax.
Level 230: CALORIES – Food – Some people count these. Some just consume them.
Level 231: TACOBELL – Fast Food – Found new creative way to get people to stuff themselves with Doritos.
Level 232: HEART – Love – Hurts when it breaks and if it stops, you are dead.
Level 233: HEADACHE – Pain – A storm in your cranium.
Level 234: BACKHAIR – Furry – Men cut this by attaching a razor to a broom handle or just have their wives do it.
Level 235: FRENCHFRY – Fast Food – Sometimes called chips and served with fish.
Level 236: KISS – Lips – You do this when you say goodbye to a sweetheart.
Level 237: TRASHCAN – Garbage – A surly green puppet calls this filthy place his home.
Level 238: LASVEGAS – Gamble – A desert oasis where money magically disappears from your pocket.
Level 239: KNUCKLE – Finger – These are the bumpy parts of your digits.
Level 240: BASS – Guitar – If someone offers you one of these, they had a successful fishing trip or their band just broke up.
Level 241: COFFIN – Grave – The cozy place Dracula rests.
Level 242: HONORABLE – Honest – You may have to assure your date’s dad that you have these kind of intentions.
Level 243: LASER – Light – The go-to weapon for science fiction heroes.
Level 244: HAIR – Grow – People chop this off for a good cause.
Level 245: PIRATESHIP – Hook – The Black Pearl was this type of criminal seafaring vessel.
Level 246: ALOHA – Hawaii – A salutation from the islands.
Level 247: PEBBLES – Flintstone – Fred and Wilma’s child, named after a stone.
Level 248: PEACH – Fruit – It is edible, a color and is best in summer.
Level 249: HUBBY – Husband – Slang for the male half in a marriage.
Level 250: TOWTRUCK – Impound – Causes the involuntary transportation of your vehicle.
Level 251: BLACKBIRD – Fly – A dark-colored creature serenaded by Lennon and McCartney.
Level 252: HORN – Antler – Devils, unicorns and goats all share this feature.
Level 253: RULER – Inches – Handy when you need to measure something or run a kingdom.
Level 254: TERMITE – Insect – They eat homes from the inside out.
Level 255: ALUMINUM – Foil – Temporary shiny food covering.
Level 256: LAMP – Genie – If you rub this there is a possibility of a magical fat man coming out.
Level 257: SNOWFLAKE – Winter – They say each one is totally unique.
Level 258: WIZARDOFOZ – Witch – The epic tale of two women battling over a sparkly pair of shoes.
Level 259: TELESCOPE – Magnify – Brings the sky a lot closer.
Level 260: BALDNESS – Head – If you suffer from this, you might wear a wig.
Level 261: STING – Insect – If you’re stealing honey, be prepared to receive vengeance in this form.
Level 262: TELEVISION – Remote – Brings celebrities into your home every night.
Level 263: TADPOLE – Frog – They’re swimmers now, but later will make excellent hoppers.
Level 264: RHINO – Horn – Looks like a hippo crossed with a unicorn.
Level 265: UNICYCLE – Wheel – A single seater best accompanied by circus music and great balance.
Level 266: FOOTLONG – 12 – A standard dimension for sandwiches and rulers.
Level 267: MILKYWAY – Galaxy – A path of cow juice spread across the sky.
Level 268: SPAM – Ham – The electronic version of junk mail or salty meat in a can.
Level 269: TEENAGER – Young – The time in your life when you simultaneously know everything and nothing.
Level 270: PUPIL – Face – Humans have two that shrink in the light and expand in the dark.
Level 271: CHESS – Game – When kings, queens knights and bishops go to war.
Level 272: SHAMPOO – Hair – Lather. Rinse. Repeat.
Level 273: SCHOOLBUS – Yellow – Scholastic transportation.
Level 274: TOOTHPICK – Wood – In addition to the dental benefits, having one of these hanging out of your mouth will make you look like a wiseguy.
Level 275: GREENTHUMB – Garden – Someone who is enthusiastic about tending the garden is said to have this appendage.
Level 276: PIANO – Instrument. – Has 88 keys, but not one of them will open a door.
Level 277: SUNFLOWER – Yellow – A plant named after a light source.
Level 278: CAPS – Keyboard – Used to yell in a text.
Level 279: SPARTA – Greece – According to Hollywood, the men of this ancient city wore leather speedos and waxed their chests.
Level 280: CRUST – Hard – The edge of earth and bread.
Level 281: NINJA – Black – If you spot one of these eastern warriors, they’re not doing their job right.
Level 282: VOLCANO – Lava – Hot tempered and sometimes it blows its top, making a mess of everything.
Level 283: FLARE – Gun – Can describe a distress signal or flashy accessories.
Level 284: SNOW – Cold – Material for making balls and men that only shows up at certain times of the year.
Level 285: MARIO – Nintendo – Possibly the only plumber ever to rescue a princess.
Level 286: SPIKES – Pin – Cause deflation of tires when dropped from the rear of spy cars.
Level 287: QUICKDRAW – Gun – A life or death skill for gunifghters.
Level 288: WISH – Hope – Don’t forget to do this before blowing out the candles.
Level 289: STEPMOTHER – Parent – These women make princesses scrub floors and sometimes try to poison them with apples.
Level 290: BLADDER – Pee – Causes dancing in children when it fills up.
Level 291: FINGERFOOD – Hand – This type of cuisine is independent of utensils and usually tastes better than it sounds.
Level 292: FRIDAY – Weekend – Rebecca Black and The Cure are in love with this 24 hour time period.
Level 293: IVY – League – Describes universities like Harvard and can be poisonous.
Level 294: DOGFOOD – Pet – If you are a man then your best friend will eat this for dinner.
Level 295: RADIATOR – Heat – Without coolant, you’ll have some trouble with this.
Level 296: ROACH – Insect – Disgusting creatures that would survive a nuclear strike.
Level 297: EARTHWORM – Pink – Slithery critters with a taste for dirt.
Level 298: URANUS – Planet – Out of all the celestial bodies, this one has the funniest name.
Level 299: LEATHER – Skin – A favored material among biker gangs and superheroes.
Level 300: TRUTH – Honest – You speak this when you are being sincere.
Level 301: TRASHBAG – Plastic – A disposable item to keep your waste organized.
Level 302: BEGGARS – Plead – These people cannot be choosers.
Level 303: DAREDEVIL – Stunt – A blind superhero and Evel Knievel’s profession.
Level 304: CAMEL – Hump – Bumpy form of transportation in desert cultures.
Level 305: AMEN – Prayer – If you agree give me one of these!
Level 306: FINGERTIPS – Prints – When I type I tap these on the keys.
Level 307: GUITARIST – Instrument – The profession of Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton.
Level 308: CHIN – Jaw – Thinkers hold this body part.
Level 309: ARMOR – Protect – An ancient suit that is not worn with a tie.
Level 310: EIGHTBALL – Pool – Good for telling the future or racking up in a game.
Level 311: HOARD – Keep – Dragons are known to do this to their gold.
Level 312: DEW – Wet – If you wake at dawn, you’ll probably find this covering the lawn.
Level 313: HILLBILLY – Redneck – People like this usually live in rural areas, unless they strike oil and move to Beverly Hills.
Level 314: RAID – Police – Cockroaches and illegal drug labs are afraid of this.
Level 315: YEAST – Rise – Makes dough grow.
Level 316: GRAPE – Wine – Sore losers are often called the sour variety of this fruit.
Level 317: CLOUD – Rain – Sometimes known to have silver linings.
Level 318: GOLDDIGGER – Rich – The original 49ers and opportunistic women share this nickname.
Level 319: BACKSTAB – Knife – A gruesome betrayal.
Level 320: GAVEL – Judge – A hammer that brings a room to order.
Level 321: REFLEX – React – When a doctor hits you with a hammer he is testing this.
Level 322: BREAKUP – Relationship – The point of a Dear John Letter.
Level 323: BAGPIPES – Instrument – Men in skirts blow into these.
Level 324: ILLEGAL – Law – Doing something of this nature is likely to land you in court.
Level 325: CASHCOW – Rich – An animal who gives away money and says moo.
Level 326: FATCAT – Rich – Not the skinniest of felines.
Level 327: MANSCAPE – Landscape – Term for male grooming.
Level 328: SWEATY – Wet – What you become during a workout.
Level 329: BUDDHA – Religion – His big belly supposedly has the ability to dispense good fortune.
Level 330: SILVER – Metal – If you’re hunting a werewolf, be sure to have these expensive bullets.
Level 331: POUND – lbs – A weighty currency.
Level 332: SUPERMAN – Kryptonite – A person who has powers to save the day.
Level 333: BIRTHMARK – Mole – A natural tattoo on babies.
Level 334: SOUTHPAW – Left – A cat-like nickname for those of the left handed persuasion.
Level 335: BALLOON – Helium – These are great, floaty fun until they explode and give you a little scare.
Level 336: ALTOIDS – Mint – They come in a tin can and are known to cure halitosis.
Level 337: CAFETERIA – Lunch – The lunch destination of choice for teenagers and hospital employees.
Level 338: FIB – Lie – Makes wooden boys noses grow.
Level 339: REARVIEW – Mirror – A mechanism to discover who is following you.
Level 340: FURCOAT – Animal – Wearing one of these warm garments around might get you doused in red paint.
Level 341: POTS – Kettle – Found at the end of rainbows.
Level 342: PIGGYBANK – Money – Children keep their assets in this.
Level 343: WETLAND – Marsh – Environmentalists want to keep this from drying.
Level 344: FAX – Machine – Sends paper without using the post office.
Level 345: PEPTALK – Motivate – Every team needs one of these before hitting the field. Get pumped!
Level 346: TUNE – Melody – Something you carry while singing.
Level 347: CROWN – King – Reserved for royalty and damaged teeth.
Level 348: HOLLYWOOD – Movies – The preferred color of carpet in this town is red.
Level 349: MATTERHORN – Mountain – This is the tallest peak in the happiest place on earth.
Level 350: GIANT – Huge – Goliath, The Jolly Green and Andre are all examples of this.
Level 351: TINKERBELL – Pixie – She is covered in dust and always jealous.
Level 352: CHEERS – Yell – Possibly the word most commonly said before taking a sip.
Level 353: WALTDISNEY – Mickey – The father of Mickey Mouse.
Level 354: GRUMBLE – Mumble – Your stomach’s way of letting you know you’ve neglected it.
Level 355: COASTGUARD – Military – Those who stand vigil by the shore.
Level 356: DAIRY – Milk – The enemy of the lactose intolerant.
Level 357: ASAP – Quickly – When someone uses this acronym, you know you’ve got to pick up the pace.
Level 358: JUICY – Moist – Peaches and a certain Couture have this in common.
Level 359: TROLL – Monster – Found under bridges and on the Internet.
Level 360: MULLET – Redneck – Hairdo for NASCAR fans.
Level 361: PROPS – Movie – Can be used onstage or to express admiration.
Level 362: COWS – Moo – They produce pies and burgers and are great for tipping.
Level 363: OVAL – Round – The offspring of a circle and a rectangle.
Level 364: TURTLENECK – Neck – A stylish winter top that covers your larynx.
Level 365: ENGINE – Motor – Racers are asked to start these at NASCAR events.
Level 366: HORSEPLAY – Rowdy – Hoofed frolicking.
Level 367: MIDDLEMAN – Network – Serves as a go between in business.
Level 368: THEATER – Movie – A setting that proved to be deadly for Abraham Lincoln.
Level 369: KNIT – Sew – A crafty use of long pieces of wool to make a scarf.
Level 370: UNKNOWN – Obscure – A great mystery that the bold have been known to journey into.
Level 371: BIGBIRD – Muppet – A bird that is too large to fly.
Level 372: CHIMNEY – Smoke – Santa’s favorite entrance for home invasion.
Level 373: AIRFORCE – Pilot – A group that manages the winged engines of war.
Level 374: DANCER – Music – The possession of two left feet will probably rule out your prospects as this kind of professional.
Level 375: SKELETON – Bones – Often found in doctor’s offices and pirate flags.
Level 376: FIGLEAF – Plant – In the garden of Eden this was a fashion statement.
Level 377: MIDNIGHT – New Years – The ball drops when the clock hits this.
Level 378: PRESSURE – Squeeze – Diamonds and stress have this to thank for their existence.
Level 379: SEA – Ocean – They come in many varieties: Red, Black, Dead, and Caspian to name a few.
Level 380: NAILBITER – Nervous – A person who chews the ends of their fingers.
Level 381: DEATHSTAR – Star Wars – It was fully armed and operational when Lando attacked in Han’s spaceship.
Level 382: WOMB – Pregnant – Where humans breath liquid.
Level 383: WRAP – Paper – Do this to your gifts to make them festive.
Level 384: LADDER – Step – Ambitious people will climb the social version of this contraption.
Level 385: COMICBOOKS – Read – Batman, Archie, Betty and Veronica all started as these.
Level 386: ERASER – Pencil – The little pink nub that helps rectify mistakes.
Level 387: BUMBLEBEE – Sting – Tiny creatures that have a special relationship with flowers.
Level 388: GUTTER – Rain – Autumn leaves and bad bowlers wreak havoc on this.
Level 389: WEEDS – Plant – They strangle flowers.
Level 390: MARBLE – Stone – Kids play it and Michelangelo sculpted with it.
Level 391: BOOKS – Read – Certain worms and Amazon.com like these.
Level 392: YAM – Potato – One of the few vegetables that is routinely consumed with marshmallows.
Level 393: QUIT – Stop – Doing this with your job can be risky but doing it with smoking is always a good idea.
Level 394: LITERATE – Read – Being able to interpret the letters on this screen proves that you have this quality.
Level 395: HARDHAT – Protect – An accessory sported by many construction workers.
Level 396: YODA – Star Wars – Talks like this, a green wise man does. Guess my clue, you will.
Level 397: CPR – Revive – One of the few times it’s encouraged to lock lips with a stranger.
Level 398: GRAVITY – Pull – Makes apples fall from trees.
Level 399: DUCTTAPE – Stick – Used to keep prisoners silent and to make temporary repairs on cars.
Level 400: CINNAMON – Roll – A toasty and crunchy cereal would be pointless without this spice.
Level 401: WHISPER – Quiet – You do this into someone’s ear when you want to be discreet.
Level 402: MARRIED – Wedding – People in love will often become this.
Level 403: CAVITIES – Hole – What dentists battle on a daily basis.
Level 404: FIGHT – Punch – Boxers do this for a living and kids do it in the backseat for free.
Level 405: TURTLE – Shell – This noble creature has the embarrassing inability to get up once it’s been flipped onto its back.
Level 406: JAWS – Shark – Without this, eating food and Steven Spielberg’s career would be very different.
Level 407: BABYSITTER – Nanny – If you need a night out, call one of these over to take the little ones off your hands for a while.
Level 408: FOOTPRINT – Shoe – Temporary evidence of where you’ve been strolling.
Level 409: TANKTOP – Shirt – A fashion statement whose name sounds like the upper part of a mobile war machine.
Level 410: ANSWERS – Question – These are needed to finish a test
Level 411: NAPS – Sleep – When you are a child you are forced to take them. When you are an adult you want to take them.
Level 412: NEUTRAL – Side – Can be achieved in a car or as a position during conflict.
Level 413: BOND – Relationship – The surname of the only famous British spy.
Level 414: AVALANCHE – Slide – A wave of white powdery destruction that is a skier’s worst nightmare.
Level 415: GEORGIA – State – According to the music industry, you can count on a midnight train and the devil to turn up here.
Level 416: FINGER – Ring – Some adults still use these to count.
Level 417: SLOTH – Slow – Probably the most laid-back member of the animal kingdom.
Level 418: GOOSEBUMPS – Skin – A reaction to being spooked that takes its name from water-fowl.
Level 419: MITT – Romney – A republican whose name is synonymous with \”glove.\”
Level 420: FLEXIBLE – Stretch – Gumby and yoga instructors have this in common.
Level 421: OKLAHOMA – State – It’s where the wind comes sweeping down the plain. Not to mention the waving wheat.
Level 422: DWARF – Short – Snowwhite was friendly with seven of them.
Level 423: SUNDRESS – Summer – A seasonal fashion statement named for the weather it’s worn in.
Level 424: URCHIN – Street – The ones in the sea are prickly, but the ones on the street might pickpocket you.
Level 425: ELVIS – Singer – This person has left the building.
Level 426: TAXI – Taxi – If you can get this professional’s attention you can get where you need to go.. .for a price.
Level 427: PELT – Skin – Vikings use this for warmth.
Level 428: MICE – Rodent – Fans of the Pied Piper’s smooth sound who are feared by elephants.
Level 429: TRIO – Three – One more than a duet.
Level 430: FLYSWATTER – Smack – A mighty weapon in the war against winged household pests.
Level 431: PUSH – Shove – Can be done to buttons and shopping carts.
Level 432: PETITE – Tiny – The French word for ‘fun size’ in women’s clothing.
Level 433: SKITTLES – Rainbow – Candy that allegedly tastes like refracted light.
Level 434: WISE – Smart – Old people and owls are said to be this.
Level 435: SINK – Titanic – Boats with holes and dirty dishes have this in common.
Level 436: CHARMING – Suave – The surname of Cinderella’s boyfriend.
Level 437: DIVE – Swim – Don’t do this in the shallow end.
Level 438: TWISTER – Tornado – A tangly game and a destructive weather phenomenon.
Level 439: GROCERIES – Supermarket – Edible items purchased in large quantities.
Level 440: FANG – Tooth – A doctor might remove one from the neck of a Dracula victim.
Level 441: SECOND – Two – You could do this to a motion, see it on a watch, or place this in a race.
Level 442: CHAPERONE – Supervise – Watches students at the prom to make sure there’s no funny business.
Level 443: STRING – Tie – Makes arrows fly and kites soar!
Level 444: UMBRELLA – Rain – Whipping one of these out in the wrong setting is said to be terrible luck.
Level 445: STUNGUN – Tazer – The weapon of choice to create the biggest shock.
Level 446: LICK – Tongue – Cows do this to salt and humans do it to ice cream!
Level 447: KNOCKOUT – Unconscious – Describes a gorgeous woman and an excellent punch.
Level 448: GADGET – Technology – Other terms for this handy device include doohicky, doo-dad, and whatchyamacallit.
Level 449: NOON – Twelve – The most common hour to have a gunfight in a western.
Level 450: POLE – Vault – Olympians use this to get high.
Level 451: FLEA – Tick – Micro parasites expert at sucking the blood of mammals and birds.
Level 452: SPACESHIP – Vehicle – George J. Jetson and Neil A. Armstrong drove this to work.
Level 453: SHARKS – GreatWhite – You’re gonna need a bigger boat to go after one of these toothy hunters.
Level 454: CORSET – Tight – In the 1800′s these turned women into hourglasses.
Level 455: FORK – Utensil – When this is found in a road you are forced to make a decision.
Level 456: UNICORN – Horn – A white horned symbol of purity and grace.
Level 457: DOLLHOUSE – Toy – Real estate for toys.
Level 458: TOWEL – Cloth – For all your post bubble-bath drying needs.
Level 459: WHITEHOUSE – Washington – A famous home without color and with wings.
Level 460: WALRUS – Tusk – John Lennon sang about being this toothy creature.
Level 461: VEGETARIAN – Vegan – A cuisine without flesh.
Level 462: MATCH – Stick – Useful term for when you need to start a fire or notice someone with the same shirt as you.
Level 463: BERMUDA – Triangle – Describes a mysterious region and a stylish pair of shorts.
Level 464: WEDGIE – Underwear – When your undies attack you.
Level 465: MUSTARD – Tellow – Ketchup’s slighly less popular brother.
Level 466: ABSENT – Truant – When a professor’s brain goes missing.
Level 467: CHEST – Torso – Pirates put their booty in it.
Level 468: HIKE – Walk – Tax-rates occasionally take these nature strolls.
Level 469: DARKAGES – Medieval – Describes an era of history during which light was hard to come by.
Level 470: BAT – Vampire – The assumed nocturnal symbol of Mr. Wayne
Level 471: ICE – Water – A popular Hip Hop artist goes by the Vanilla version of this substance.
Level 472: HUNGJURY – Verdict – When 12 of your peers can’t agree.
Level 473: HELMET – Bike – Defends your noggin from the hard pavement.
Level 474: LIQUID – Water – A drinkable phase of matter.
Level 475: CAMCORDER – Video – Prior to smart phones, people used this to record their lives.
Level 476: CANDY – Sweet – Taking this from a baby is said to be quite easy.
Level 477: SIDEWALK – Street – If you drive on this, pedestrians and the police will be pretty upset with you.
Level 478: VCR – Video – Be kind please rewind.
Level 479: CREDITCARD – Visa – Plastic money.
Level 480: LASSIE – Dog – A pet who lived in a town where an inordinate number of children fell down wells.
Level 481: DOGGYBAG – Dog – Those without much of an appetite will leave the restaurant with this item named after a pet.
Level 482: GRAPEVINE – Vineyard – This plant is responsible for spreading a lot of gossip.
Level 483: ALIEN – Space – The most foreign visitors you could imagine.
Level 484: MEATLOAF – Meat – Basically a cake made of cow.
Level 485: CARRIAGE – Wagon – Transportation of choice for princesses to attend balls.
Level 486: THIRSTY – Water – You feel this sensation when you are dehydrated.
Level 487: ANGEL – God – Known to accessorize with feathers, trumpets, and harps.
Level 488: SNOWSUIT – Warm – An arctic double breasted formal wear.
Level 489: LOLLIPOP – Sucker – Sugar on a stick. The kids love licking them.
Level 490: HOMEWORK – School – According to many students, dogs have an appetite for this paper item.
Level 491: TAP – Water – Spys do this phones and musical shoes make this sound.
Level 492: EGGS – Easter – Kids hunt for them and adults make sure they are not all in one basket.
Level 493: LEMONS – Yellow – When life gives you these, make a refreshing beverage.
Level 494: DILUTED – Weak – When something has been cut with h2o.
Level 495: JOKE – Funny – Some are clean and some are dirty, but all are meant to get a chuckle.
Level 496: PICKLE – Cucumber – Crisp, green, and found near deli sandwiches.
Level 497: PAVLOVIAN – Dog – Salivating at the mention of a cheeseburger is this kind of response.
Level 498: MONEYPENNY – Secretary – Currency that flirted with a British spy.
Level 499: CORN – Crop – You throw away the outside and cook the inside. You then eat the outside and throw away the inside.
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