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Riddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.


Puzzle ID:#39167
Fun:*** (2.22)
Difficulty:** (2.09)
Submitted By:tricky77puzzle*




My 2, 3, 6, 12, 5 is weird.
My 1, 13, 4, 5, 6 is to gawk at something.
My 11, 8, 9, 15 is a long way to miss.
My 5, 4, 7, 12 is a sweeper for leaves.
My 11, 10, 14, 6 is a greater amount.

My whole is a unit of area, spelt the British way.


It's 2 words long.

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Nov 12, 2007

why does the British spelling make a difference?
Nov 12, 2007

Took a couple of minutes but I got it. Fun puzzle!
Nov 15, 2007

The British spelling makes a difference because then 14 would become 15 and 15 would become 14 in the riddle.
Nov 15, 2007

I know that, but why is the British spelling important?
Nov 16, 2007

I guess it's just to make it obscure, something like that. I just added it in there for fun.

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