Dead on the field lie ten soldiers in white, felled by three eyes, black as night. What happened?
Turn us on our backs and open up our stomachs you will be the wisest of men though at start a lummox.
What word in the English language uses all five vowels plus Y in alphabetical order, and uses each only once?
What is the only English word, with two synonyms that are antonyms of each other?
I know a thousand faces, And count the tailed heads, Feasting bright upon the eyes, Of many who have died. Wielding well a mighty power, Who hath but humble stature. Masses fall upon their knees, To scarce behold my only side.
I am the outstretched fingers that seize and hold the wind. Wisdom flows from me in other hands. Upon me are sweet dreams dreamt. My merest touch brings laughter. What am I?
Is always in front of you but cannot be seen?
I drive men mad for love of me, easily beaten, never free.
It is weightless, you can see it. If you put it in a barrel it will make it lighter?
Ripped from my mother's womb, beaten and burned, I become a blood-thirsty slayer. What am I?
Take one out and scratch my head I am now black but once was red.
A house of wood in a hidden place. Built without nails or glue. High above the earthen ground It holds pale gems of blue.
The wise and knowledgeable man is sure of it. Even the fool knows it. The rich man wants it. The greatest of heroes fears it. Yet the lowliest of cowards would die for it.
Through wind and rain I always play, I roam the earth, yet here I stay; I crumble stones, and fire cannot burn me; Yet I am soft- you can gouge me with your hand.
What is as light as a feather but the strongest man cannot hold for long?
What goes up and down w/o (without) moving?
Where can you find cities, towns, shops and streets but no people?
We have riddles organised by levels of difficulty, by extension and other interesting topics so that you can choose which hard riddles with answers you want to address. Children's riddles are transmitted by word of mouth from generation to generation and can be much fun to invite our parents and older relatives to remember this amusing game.
This time we are proposing difficult riddles involving a greater degree of complexity for the little ones, due to their length and vocabulary, in comparison with the easy riddles with answer.
You can try solving the hard riddles and if you find it too complicated to choose a topic that catches your attention or about which you think you know more, you can instead try the easy and short riddles or choose one by extension. All that matters is that you have fun while you also learn.
Read the question carefully, paying attention to every detail describing the object or character so as not to be confused. When you think that you have the right answer, consult the solutions to these challenging riddles.
If, no matter how much you squeeze your brain, you can't think of the answer to any of these complicated riddles, you can always make use of the clue we put at your disposal to see if with it you can think of what the answer may be.
If, after tackling these tricky riddles, you still dare to face a little more difficulty, you can try other very complicated riddles that are also exciting. It will give you greater satisfaction to provide the right answer. How far are you daring to go?
Remember that you can solve these hard riddles with answers on you own or you can enjoy playing them in a group, competing to see who can guess the solution first. Also, you can learn the tricky riddles with answers by heart and then challenge whoever you want to solve them, at school, the park, family gatherings or wherever you want.
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