Riddle O’Day – July Answers

Here are the answers to the Riddle O’Day riddles that are used each July at Big Sea Games. They are in alphabetical order by the first word of the riddle, when applicable. If you’re playing in another month, you can find that month’s riddles at our Riddle O’Day Answers list page. For the latest news and information on Riddle O’Day, check out our archive of Riddle O’Day posts.

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Archived Riddles – July

A cloud was my mother
My father was the wind
Tho sometimes I may go away
I will be back another day
- RAIN

A man in white
He’s quite a sight
When he feels the sun
He starts to run
- SNOWMAN

A peanut shaped body
Two parts joined in one
The more it stands still
The faster it runs
- HOURGLASS

A point of light or
A measurer of heat
A god so swift
He can’t be beat
- MERCURY

A red drum which sounds
Without being played
And grows silent
When it is touched
-HEART

AKA NORGICEAN
- BLISS

Deaf, dumb and blind
But always tells the truth
- MIRROR

For every one you take
You leave one behind
- FOOTSTEP

Glittering points
That downward thrust
Sparkling spears
That never rust
- ICICLES

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- FREE

I am so simple
That I can only point
Yet I guide men
All over the world
- COMPASS

I devour words
Wherever I find them
But still I am no wiser
Keep your books
Under lock and key
Or they’ll be eaten up by me
- BOOKWORM

I go around in circles
But always straight ahead
I keep on rolling
No matter where I’m lead
- WHEEL

I live in a glass house
For all to see
I should be worth a lot
But I’m not, poor me
- GOLDFISH

I pass before the moon
But make no shadow
You can hear
But never see me
- WIND

It can fill a room
But takes no space
It takes no time
To travel place to place
- LIGHT

It goes up and it goes down
Up towards the sky
And down towards the ground
It’s present and past tense too
Come for a ride
Just me and you
- SEESAW

Its voice is tender
Its waist is slender
It is invited to play
Yet wherever it goes
It must take its bow
Or have nothing to say
- VIOLIN

Lilac, lime, yellow, and red
The colors you see
When the storm has fled
- RAINBOW

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-HERO

My life is measured in hours
I serve by being devoured
Thin, I am quick
Fat, I am slow
But either way
Wind is my foe
- CANDLE

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- THIEVES

One where none should be
Or maybe where two should be
Seeking out purity
In the king’s trees
- UNICORN

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- QUEST

Ten men’s strength
Ten men’s length
Ten men can’t break it
Yet a young boy can
Walk off with it
- ROPE

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- DOCTOR

This thing is said
To be a great conqueror
Though many-splendored
It is often blind
- LOVE

Those that dance
Must pay him
He plays on the roof
Or on the green
- FIDDLER

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- MESSAGE

When it falls
It cannot be seen
When it gets up
It cannot be looked upon
- SUN

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- POLICY

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