Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
Which festival in honour of a Roman god was forbidden in Rome in 186 BC?
What ancient Sumerian city stood on the banks of the Euphrates River between 3200 and 2300 BC?
What is Ruth Rendell, Baroness Rendell of Babergh, CBE, popularly known for?
Belgian landscape and garden designer Jacques Wirtz specialised in sculpture using what medium?
Among several athletes who have run barefoot in the history of Olympic Games, who ran barefoot in 1986 Summer Olympics?
How long is a polo pitch?
Who was the fourth (and the first female) Prime Minister of the State of Israel?
What do cygnets grow up to be?
Where is the mouth of the River Nile?
2 Vehicals have __
3 selling goods in large quantities__
4 color __
5 seven days __
6 buildings have __
7 term used in cricket __
8 purse __
9 portable music system __
10 domestic animal _
Example: dry fruit …. Answer: Walnut
2 Vehicals have __Wheel
3 selling goods in large quantities__Wholesale
4 color __White
5 seven days __Week
6 buildings have __Walls
7 term used in cricket __Wicket
8 purse __Wallet
9 portable music system __Walkman
10 domestic animal _wallabies
I have given you a starting word (a clue). Your job is to fill in the blanks with a 4-letter word that matches the clue already given. This 4-letter word must complete the 7-letter word next to it. Have fun!
For each group below, fill in the blanks with two words that differ only by their first letter.
Stop thinking over here. Go _ _ _ _ _ _ over _ _ _ _ _ _.
An untrained person could be killed in these woods, but there is little _ _ _ _ _ _ for a _ _ _ _ _ _.
Writing an "A" on your dish rag would make it a _ _ _ _ _ with a _ _ _ _ _.
Fill in the blanks below with three 4-letter words that are anagrams of each other (they all contain the same four letters):
"The man ____ ____ of money because he couldn't walk away from the ____ machines."
Fill in the blanks with a word which can combine with both the given words?
Fill in the blanks with four words, such that the first and the fourth are the same, while the second and the third are homonyms.
A jailer _ _, and a jeweler _ _.
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