What Has A Neck But No Head?

What has a head but no body?

The answer for What has head and tail but no body Riddle is “A coin.”.

What has four fingers and a thumb but isnt alive?

The answer to What has 4 fingers and a thumb, but is not living Riddle is “Glove.”

What has an eye but can’t see?

The answer to the “what has an eye but cannot see” riddle is a needle.

What goes up and never comes down?

What goes up but never comes down? The answer is your age!

What is another word for riddle?

Some common synonyms of riddle are enigma, mystery, problem, and puzzle.

What is a garden riddle?

A riddle is a large sieve used to separate soil or compost particles, or for separating soil from vegetables.

What has many keys but can’t open a single lock?

A piano has many keys but can’t open a single lock. “A Piano” is the correct answer of this riddle.

What can you throw but not catch?

What can you catch but not throw? Your breath or an illness (a cold, virus, the flu etc). Your breath or an illness (a cold, virus, the flu etc).

What has legs but Cannot walk?

Answer: An Armchair. Legs But Walk Not Riddle Meme with riddle and answer page link.

What has 13 hearts but no organs?

The right answer to ‘What has 13 hearts, but no other organ’ Riddle is “A Deck of Cards”.

Who can run but never walks?

A pair of nylons. A train. What can run but never walks has a mouth but never talks has a head but never weeps has a bed but never sleeps. Answer is River.

What has a face and two hands but no arms or legs?

So the answer to this riddle is a Clock.

What has a bottom at the top?

“Riddle: What has a bottom at the top?” Answer: Your legs. “Riddle: What has a face and two hands but no arms or legs?” Answer: A clock.

What is Riddle mean?

(Entry 1 of 4) 1 : a mystifying, misleading, or puzzling question posed as a problem to be solved or guessed : conundrum, enigma. 2 : something or someone difficult to understand.

What has a face but no eyes hands but no arms?

I have a face but no eyes, hands but no arms. What am I? Answer: A clock.