Tuesday, 26 April 2011

V is for ... ???

Thanks to all who dropped by yesterday! The answer to yesterday's post was, UPTIGHTNESS. No one got it! My first victory on a very timely day! :o)

If you are new to this blog please read the note in the header above this post so you know what to do! Thanks!

Got another riddle for you today:

A large vehicle pretending to be an adjective in order to touch a popular suffix.


So, can you guess the emotion/feeling/state of mind (a noun) that begins with the letter ‘V’? Please nip over to Nicole's blog to read her interpretation of our V-prompt word. Here’s the link!



 

24 comments:

  1. Oh, you brat!! I have no idea. Vowel??

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  2. Sorry, 'vehicle' just brings up images of Vipers and VW's.

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  3. Veracruise? (Is that how you spell that?) So the emotion/state-of-mind would be veritable... which isn't actually either, is it? Yup. Stumped!

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  4. Vanity is the only emotion-type word I can think of with a large vehicle part of it!

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  5. Eek. Your riddle is too tough for me!

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  6. A VAN. I don't know. Goodness girl, these are hard.

    And . . . I just posted a review of Twisted Velvet Chains up on Goodreads.

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  7. Yeah, I'm just going to say I have no idea.

    :)

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  8. So you're saying VAN i t y? Very clever.

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  9. Vanity! It fit with Nicole's entry. So It's a bit of a cheat answer.

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  10. +JMJ+

    VANITY! =D

    What a clever riddle! =)

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  11. Yeah, I'm going to have to go with vanity (but I cheated and looked at everyone's answers). Mwa ha ha.

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  12. Is it really cheating if we run over to Nicole's blog and see if we can figure it out there?

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  13. It's not an adjective, or even pretending to be, but Vanish?

    (Google is telling me it's either Vanguard or Van Gogh.)

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  14. large vehicle... suffix... vanity? Van?

    I'm gonna have to go to Nic's~ ;p

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  15. You pulled one over on us! Excellent job with yesterday's post. Today you've outsmarted me again. I can't figure this out, my mind is drawing a blank.

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