Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
What 3-wheeled microcar manufactured in 1962 and 1965 on the Isle of Man retailed for £199, and holds the record........
The Northern Lights can be seen from where?
An "ISBN" is an identification number found on what item?
What is the technical term for a nose bleed?
What is the name for the study of atom arrangement and geometric structures in crystals?
Sitting Bull was chief of what group?
Much of Egyptian faience is what colour?
What term was used to describe the pattern where, from 1840 to 1960, each American President who had won election.......
What is a caravel?
I am a 8 Letter Word.
I am kept Secret from Everyone.
My 2nd, 3rd, 4th Letter Spell an Animal.
My 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th Letter is a Weapon.
My 1st, 2nd, 8th Letter is used for Writing an Exam.
My 3rd, 4th Letters are the Same.
“Guess What Am I” ??
Answer is Password
My 2nd, 3rd, 4th Letter Spell an Animal - ass
My 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th Letter is a Weapon - sword
My 1st, 2nd, 8th Letter is used for Writing an Exam. - Pad
My 3rd, 4th Letters are the Same. - ss
It is 9 letter word- 123456789
First &last are same letter,
First four letter gives us next five letter
Last five letter come after sun in morning
First four letters are related to toothpaste,
Guess the word!
I am eight letters long - “12345678”
My 1234 is an atmospheric condition.
My 34567 supports a plant.
My 4567 is to appropriate.
My 45 is a friendly thank-you.
My 678 is a man’s name.
What word am I?
I am three words,
Two of them appear the same,
Two are pronounced the same.
One is the third person use of "capable" or "permit".
One means to sleep, but only for a bit.
The last word means a group of deer,
Perhaps now you can tell me, what words are here?
I am a set of three words, all with the same six letters.
First I am a kingdom, though not royally so.
Then spell me backwards, and I become a thin plate.
Now rearrange my consonants, leaving my vowels in place ...
I am now a type of paper.
What are the words?
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