1000+ Easy Riddles with Answers for Kids and Adults

Riddles with Answers for Kids and Adults List from 621 – 640:

621. Riddle: What calls for help, when written in capital letters, is the same forwards, backwards and upside down?

Answer: SOS

622. Riddle: This could make wooden boy’s noses grow.

Answer: Fib

623. Riddle: What has a green top, red on its belly, seeds on the outside, and tastes great in jelly?

Answer: Strawberry

624. Riddle: I am everywhere. I am inside you. I surround you. I can be seen by you. I can kill you. Yet you play in me. What am I?

Answer: Water

625. Riddle: I am a time for gathering crops. Remove the first three letters I become an object you can wear. What am I?

Answer: Harvest

626. Riddle: Some women don’t like to be called that, yet every woman wants one. It cries and makes a lot of noise, but smiles and gurgles when you give it toys.

Answer: Baby

627. Riddle: What is this Mexican dish consisting of a fried folded tortilla, filled with various mixtures, such as seasoned meat, beans, lettuce, and tomato?

Answer: Taco

628. Riddle: Hard to catch, easy to hold. Can’t be seen, unless it’s cold.

Answer: Breath

629. Riddle: Ancient and majestic, great big piles of stones, used to encase both riches and bones. Seen from certain angles, they look like big triangles.

Answer: Pyramids

630. Riddle: What has only two words, but thousands of letters?

Answer: Post Office

631. Riddle: You feel this sensation when you are dehydrated.

Answer: Thirsty

632. Riddle: Raise your right appendage high above your head. Turn your head to the right and you will smell this.

Answer: Armpit

633. Riddle: High fat reward for making it through another solar cycle.

Answer: Cake

634. Riddle: I stink up your breath and fights evil vampires. What am I?

Answer: Garlic

635. Riddle: Without this, H2O would just be 2O.

Answer: Hydrogen

636. Riddle: Sometimes it’s silver but also gold. Printed on paper it’s a treasure to hold. What is it?

Answer: Currency

637. Riddle: What common English verb becomes its own past tense by rearranging its letters?

Answer: Eat

638. Riddle: I have married many women but has never been married. What am I?

Answer: Priest

639. Riddle: Never alive but practically extinct. How we miss the letters pressing the ribbon of ink. What is it?

Answer: Typewriter

640. Riddle: Soft, hairy, from door to door. I am the pet that always stays on the floor. What am I?

Answer: Carpet