1000+ Easy Riddles with Answers for Kids and Adults

Riddles with Answers for Kids and Adults List from 841 – 860:

841. Riddle: It is a sound of empty, speak and it’ll talk back plenty. But all the more you yack, you’ll get the same words back.

Answer: Echo

842. Riddle: When it comes in, from sea to shore, twenty paces you’ll see, No less, no more.

Answer: Fog

843. Riddle: Talks like this, a green wise man does. Guess my clue, you will.

Answer: Yoda

844. Riddle: Who always enjoys poor health?

Answer: Doctor

845. Riddle: I am your mother’s brother’s only brother-in-law. Who am I?

Answer: Father

846. Riddle: It floats over the land, it cuts the tallest mountain, its voice is like a fountain, its body like a snake, Will flow in to a lake.

Answer: River

847. Riddle: This food, made from pork, is often eaten alongside eggs and bacon.

Answer: Sausage

848. Riddle: If you rub this there is a possibility of a magical fat man coming out.

Answer: Lamp

849. Riddle: Pointing North, South, East, and West it saves the lost and helps the rest. What is it?

Answer: Compass

850. Riddle: Edible beach crawlers served at seafood restaurants, similar to a lobster, but quite different.

Answer: Crab

851. Riddle: What is born on the ground but floats to the sky, to be returned back again from the clouds up high?

Answer: Rain

852. Riddle: There are four of these, but everyone’s favourite seems to be spades.

Answer: Ace

853. Riddle: This food is made of grated potatoes smashed together and fried in the form of a tot.

Answer: Tater Tots

854. Riddle: A warrior amongst the flowers, he bears a thrusting sword. He uses it whenever he must, to defend his golden hoard.

Answer: Bee

855. Riddle: I am a tool for fairies. What am I?

Answer: Magic Wand

856. Riddle: What hangs in the sky by day but at night goes away?

Answer: Sun

857. Riddle: If there are three cups of sugar and you take one away, how many do you have?

Answer: One

858. Riddle: I’m the son of water but when I return to water I die. Who am I?

Answer: Ice

859. Riddle: This orange-coloured fruit gets its name from its colour.

Answer: Orange

860. Riddle: I march before armies, a thousand salute me. My fall can bring victory, but no one would shoot me. The wind is my lover, one-legged am I. Name me and see me at home in the sky.

Answer: Flag