Riddles with Answers for Kids and Adults List from 461 – 480:
461. Riddle: They come to witness the night without being called, a sailor’s guide and a poet’s tears. They are lost to the sight each day without the hand of a thief.
462. Riddle: Find me on body builders or in the drink aisle. What am I?
Answer: Six Pack
463. Riddle: I come in different colours and shapes. Some parts of me are curvy, some are straight. You can put me anywhere you like, but there is only one right place for me. What am I?
Answer: Jigsaw Puzzle
464. Riddle: What is the saddest fruit?
465. Riddle: This is a baked snack that is traditionally twisted into a unique knot like shape.
466. Riddle: If someone offers you one of these, they had a successful fishing trip or their band just broke up.
467. Riddle: Though liquid in nature, don’t push me too far, for then I will break, and the damage may scar. What am I?
468. Riddle: We are a round stone fruit with juicy yellow flesh and downy pinkish-yellow skin that is often sweet or tart in taste. What are we?
469. Riddle: A colourful bird that talks.
470. Riddle: I am a small paradise surrounded by dryness and heat. What am I?
471. Riddle: According to kids’ entertainment, these reptiles are gifted at martial arts and surfer dude slang.
472. Riddle: If you drop a yellow hat in the Red Sea what does it become?
473. Riddle: What was was, before was was was?
474. Riddle: I am a fire’s best friend. When fat, my body fills with wind. When pushed to thin, through my nose I blow. Then you can watch the embers glow. What am I?
475. Riddle: Many hear me, but no one sees me, and I only speak when spoken to
476. Riddle: Passed from father to son and shared between brothers, its importance is unquestioned though it is used more by others.
477. Riddle: Santa’s favourite entrance for home invasion.
478. Riddle: What is it that you must give before you can keep it?
479. Riddle: I am young in the sun and trapped to be aged. Held in a bottle but opening is delayed. What am I?
480. Riddle: If you take off my skin, I will not cry, but you will. What am I?