Riddles with Answers for Kids and Adults List from 881 – 900:
881. Riddle: You can drop me from the tallest building and I’ll be fine, but if you drop me in water I die. What am I?
882. Riddle: They’re big and yet so far away, we see them at the end of day. They’re small and they’re above. We see them when we close our eyes, each time we are in love.
883. Riddle: This orange vegetable is a favourite of Bugs Bunny.
884. Riddle: In the morning I sing on feathered wing. I soar through the air without a care. What am I?
885. Riddle: I can be winding and I can be straight. I can be smooth and I can be rough. Sometimes both. I start out black but fade to brown the more I am used. My favourite colours are yellow and white, and I love stripes and dashed lines. What am I?
886. Riddle: It’s small but larger than a bee, And agile as a flea. It hums but does not buzz, and it’s not covered with fuzz. It is a small collector, Of juicy flower nectar.
887. Riddle: Thirty men and ladies two, gathered for a festive do; Dressed quite formal, black and white; soon movement turned to nasty fight.
888. Riddle: It can make rain, but take away one leg and it’ll give you pain.
889. Riddle: In a tree you’ll find me moving slow as can be. My name is a sin but from them I am free. What am I?
890. Riddle: It will not die when hung, and will dry when wrung.
891. Riddle: Some are clean and some are dirty, but all are meant to get a chuckle. Most like it, some takes offence from it.
892. Riddle: I am ten little beans your look at every day. What am I?
893. Riddle: Many people confuse me with a vegetable, but I’m actually a fruit. I’m red when I’m ripe, and I’m sliced and served on burgers.
894. Riddle: My tongue hangs out as I run over fields and streets all day. I get tied up every morning and untied at night.
895. Riddle: Born in the ocean and white as snow. When I fall back to water I disappear without a trace. What am I?
896. Riddle: Better touch me before you proceed to second. What am I?
Answer: First Base
897. Riddle: This for is a baked dish of fruit, or meat and vegetables, typically with a top and base of pastry.
898. Riddle: If you are a sore loser, you are often called the sour variety of this fruit.
899. Riddle: It’s a symbol and a fruit, For man’s folly, evil’s root. But also, for great inspiration, and famous application.
900. Riddle: Before Google, we actually had to physically look things up in this building full of knowledge.