Riddles with Answers for Kids and Adults List from 321 – 340:
321. Riddle: This type of corn swells up and bursts into a crisp puff when heated.
322. Riddle: What you do to determine the length of something.
323. Riddle: 3-point goal. What am I?
Answer: Field Goal
324. Riddle: People like this usually live-in rural areas, unless they are lucky enough to strike oil and move to Beverly Hills.
325. Riddle: You get many of me, but never enough. After the last one, your life soon will snuff. You may have one of me but one day a year, When the last one is gone, your life disappears.
326. Riddle: What flowers have two lips?
327. Riddle: A gentleman whose offspring have successfully produced offspring of them own.
328. Riddle: I’m a long-curved fruit that grows in clusters and has soft pulpy flesh and yellow skin when ripe.
329. Riddle: Two in a corner, 1 in a room, 0 in a house, but 1 in a shelter. What am I?
330. Riddle: What key is the hardest to turn?
331. Riddle: We are all around, yet to us you are half blind. Sunlight makes us invisible, and difficult to find.
332. Riddle: Power enough to smash ships and crush roofs. Yet it still must fear the sun.
333. Riddle: A reaction to being spooked that takes its name from waterfowl.
334. Riddle: This is the main ingredient in spaghetti and MacNCheese.
335. Riddle: If someone calls you this, it might be time to consider hot wax.
336. Riddle: “What is filled with air and sometimes a gas, tied to a string and often seen on
337. Riddle: No matter how little or how much you use me, you change me every month. What am I?
338. Riddle: A building where people and stories are on stage.
339. Riddle: What stays the same size no matter how much they weight?
340. Riddle: This small, round stone fruit that is typically bright or dark red, is often served
on top of whipped cream on a milkshake.