Little Riddles Answers Solutions

Find your answer INSTANTLY using this word solver!

Type all the letters here:

Specify how many letters the answer has:

Note: In some cases you’ll be shown more than one answer. Please look through all potential answers and try the one that best fits your pics. Try all of them if you have to.

 

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.

 

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!

Incoming search terms:

  • a piece of wood found in tight places
  • being very honest or a hot dog
  • surname of the pilot of the millenium force
  • a piece of wood found in tight places riddle
  • many a match has been played on it
  • being very honest or a hot dog riddle
  • this has been cut with water riddle
  • crossed when hitting a homerun riddle
  • dark feathered and popular in baltimore
  • a sweet cloud on a stick
  • you can wear these and so might your car if you get into trouble riddle
  • a hair product and a desert riddle
  • piece of wood found in tight places
  • it keeps the plants alive and the kids happy in the summer
  • it pops comes in an ear can be bread or a dog riddle
  • Being very honest or a hot dog riddle answer
  • sweet cloud on a stick
  • if a bat breathes oxygen in the day what does it breathe at night
  • often found in doctors offices and on pirate flags
  • a sweet cloud on a stick riddle
  • the weight of an empty container riddle
  • a city with a famous red carpet riddle
  • if a bat breathes oxygen during the day what does it breathe when it is dark
  • If a bat breathes oxygen during the day what does it breathe at night
  • many a match has been played on it riddle
  • riddle a piece of wood found in tight places
  • it keeps the plants alive and the kids happy in the summer riddle
  • a salutation from the hawaiian islands riddle
  • a piece of wood found in tight places answer
  • piece of wood found in tight places riddle
  • crossed when hitting a homerun riddle answer
  • being very honest or a hot dog answer
  • a colorful cuisine without flesh riddle
  • those with eyes bigger than their stomach will definitely leave the restaurant with one of them
  • those with eyes bigger than their stomach will leave the restaurant with one of them
  • what is a piece of wood found in tight places
  • you will have this response if you would go salivating at the mention of a cheeseburger
  • those with eyes bigger than their stomach will definitely leave the restaurant
  • a hair product and a dessert riddle
  • a piece of wood found in tight places riddle answer
  • often found in doctors offices and pirate flags
  • it pops comes in an ear can be bread or a dog
  • those with eyes bigger than their stomach riddle
  • it keeps the plants alive and the kids happy in summer
  • tax rates and oil prices occasionally take these nature strolls
  • dark feathered and popular in baltimore little riddles
  • the only pet who lived in a town riddle
  • dark feathered bird popular in baltimore
  • surname of the pilot of the millenium force little riddles
  • useful at night in a tent little riddles