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Can you pick the cheese that fits each of the following clues?
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Becomes a country if you remove its first and last letters
Becomes a fruit if you delete the name of a famous revolutionary
Becomes a German tank if you change its 4th letter into a Z
Becomes a phrase describing a burning candle when backwards
Becomes a title for someone of rank if its first letter is moved to the end
Becomes a type of makeup if you replace its last 4 letters with an 'A'
Becomes a word meaning 'short in duration' if you add an F to the end.
Becomes something you can put cheese on if you remove its first 3 letters
Becomes the name of a TV sitcom family if you delete one of its letters
Begins and ends with full solfège musical notes
Begins with a 3-letter male name, even after you remove the first three letters
Contains 4 consecutive consonants
Contains a 3-letter body part
Contains 2 non-overlapping palindromic sequences (of at least 3 letters)
Contains a word meaning an individual in a group inside an animal
Contains only straight line letters
Contains the name of a chemical element
Contains two pairs of consecutive letters in alphabetical order
Has over 50% of its letters being the same letter
If its first and last letters are removed, it can precede Gabler in an Ibsen play title
If you move its first letter one forward in the alphabet, you get a name associated with hearing (not tasting)
Is a homophone for what wind did in the past
Has a possessive prounoun contained inside a word for a container
Is made up entirely of the letters in the capital of Burkina Faso (without repeats)
Jumbles into a two-word phrase for a strong warning that may get 'read' to you
Looks like a two-word command telling a continent to leave
Phonetically describes two letters of the alphabet that tower over the others
Sounds like a 3-syllable pig-like animal if you don't prounounce its last syllable
Sounds like author Émile if he had snakes for hair
Would have consecutive two dotted letters in lowercase
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Oct 29th, 2012 at 21:59 GMT
When I read the directions, I was scared this was a quiz on the actual properties of cheese... Another thing, maybe reword the directions for Colby, I was thing forward mental the letter before. Other than that fun quiz!
Nov 4th, 2012 at 12:20 GMT
Great job, sproutcm! This was an original and thought-provoking quiz; some of the wordplay quizzes on Sporcle recycle old chestnuts, but this one was all new. I especially liked the clues for MANCHEGO and PECORINO, as well as the fact that COLBY was a tempting wrong answer for the MUENSTER clue. Five globes and a nomination!
Nov 5th, 2012 at 00:31 GMT
It's sort of a stretch, but two solfège half step notes are 'ri' and 'ta' which fits ricotta. You may want to change that, but maybe not depending on what you see fit.
Nov 5th, 2012 at 18:14 GMT
What's the strong warning?
Nov 6th, 2012 at 00:18 GMT
Mimolette also begins and ends with solfege names. Mi = Major 3rd, Te = Minor 7th. If fixed, this quiz would be wonderful! (Mcbain....Riot Act)
Dec 1st, 2012 at 16:47 GMT
That was fun!
A couple of minor suggestions: it should be
with an E, not a U, and I'd write
especially given that the clue crucially refers to the English pronunciation. (When I see
I want to say /blø/ rather than /blu/.)
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