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It’s hard to give up.
Remove part of it and you still have a bit.
Remove another part, but bit is still there.
Remove another and it remains.
What is it?
Answer is "HABIT"... Habit'. Remove a letter, 'abit'. Remove another letter, 'bit'. Remove another, 'it
I have one, you have one.
If you remove the first letter, a bit remains.
If you remove the second, bit still remains.
After much trying, you might be able to remove the third one also, but it remains.
It dies hard!
Came up with a few the other day, trying to space them out. Another 'what am I' riddle, this one should give you a definite "aha!" moment when you figure it out.
Push me, pull me
One end is quite prickly
I sound quite aggressive
If I'm said too quickly
What am I?
When you behead a word, you remove the first letter and still have a valid word. You will be given clues for the two words, longer word first.
Example: Begin -> Sour, acidic
Answer: The words are Start and Tart.
When you curtail a word, you remove the last letter and still have a valid word. You will be given clues for the two words, longer word first.
Example: Begin -> Heavenly body
Answer: The words are Start and Star.
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