Asked by arjun00848 on 23rd August 2015 in Hadest puzzles. Correct, the word ‘what’ has 4 letters in it, ‘yet’ has three, ‘sometimes’ has 9, ‘then’ has 4, ‘rarely’ has 6, and ‘never’ has 5.
- 1 What always has 4 letters?
- 2 What is a word made of?
- 3 What 4 letter word can be read forward backwards and upside down?
- 4 What has 4 legs but Cannot walk?
- 5 What word has five letters riddle?
- 6 What is the longest word in the world?
- 7 Are all words made up?
- 8 What are some cool words?
- 9 What vehicle is spelled the same backwards?
- 10 What body part can you spell forwards and backwards?
- 11 What is the only sentence that is the same backwards?
- 12 What is white when it’s dirty?
- 13 What can run but Cannot walk?
- 14 What has teeth but Cannot bite?
What always has 4 letters?
The word «what» is spelled with four letters (w, h, a, and t). The word «sometimes» is spelled with 9 letters (s,o,m,e,t,i,m,e, and s) etc.
What is a word made of?
A word is made up of ‘Letters’. Each letter represent an alphabet and when you join them, you form meaningful words.
What 4 letter word can be read forward backwards and upside down?
What 4-letter word can be written forward, backward or upside down, and can still be read from left to right? Answer: NOON.
What has 4 legs but Cannot walk?
The answer for What has four legs, but can’t walk? Riddle is “Table.”
What word has five letters riddle?
What word of five letters has only one left when two letters are removed? Any 5-letter word with the word ‘one’ somewhere in it. Examples include shone, stone, alone, money, loner, phone or ornery . Note it doesn’t say there is only one letter left, but only ‘one’ left.
What is the longest word in the world?
Appearing in the Oxford English Dictionary, this 45-letter word for a disease is the longest English word that is defined in a major dictionary. It’s a technical word referring to the lung disease more commonly known as silicosis.
Are all words made up?
No. Some words are coined anew when a need arises. But most words are inherited from earlier versions of the language, or or are built from existing morphemes following the language’s rules of morphology.
What are some cool words?
60+ of the Coolest, Most Epic Words in the English Language
|3. Bizarre||18. Flippant||33. Onomatopoeia|
|4. Blasphemy||19. Gerrymandering||34. Persnickety|
|5. Bumblebee||20. Hyperbolic||35. Phosphorous|
|6. Capricious||21. Hypnosis||36. Picturesque|
What vehicle is spelled the same backwards?
Racecar. Everyone has heard of the famous palindrome example of “racecar,” which is spelled the same backwards and forwards.
What body part can you spell forwards and backwards?
Eye is the only body part that is spelled the same forward and backwards.
What is the only sentence that is the same backwards?
A word, phrase or sentence that is the same both backwards and forwards is called a palindrome. The name palindrome comes from the Greek words ‘again’ (palin) and ‘to run’ (drom).
What is white when it’s dirty?
What is black when it’s clean and white when it’s dirty? A chalkboard (or blackboard). It’s solid black when clean, and as you write on it with white chalk it becomes dirty.
What can run but Cannot walk?
A river, because a river can run, but it can’t walk. A river can run, but can never walk . This is the full riddle “What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps” .
What has teeth but Cannot bite?
Explanation: Saw, Zipper and Gear have teeth but can bite us. Comb have teeth but cannot bite.