What am I riddles are riddles in which you must identify what is being described by the riddle. These fun riddles often use puns and a play on words to try to trick you.
By Jane Austen
Question: When my first is a task to a young girl of spirit,
And my second confines her to finish the piece,
How hard is her fate! But how great is her merit
If by taking my whole she effects her release!
Question: If it's information you seek, come and see me.
If it's pairs of letters you need, I have consecutively three.
Who am I?
Answer: A bookkeeper.
Question: Smell me, buy me, and deliver me.
I won't change.
What am I?
Answer: Cent, scent, and sent.
Question: A natural state, I'm sought by all.
Go without me, and you shall fall.
You do me when you spend,
and use me when you eat to no end.
What am I?
By William Shakespeare
Question: What is he that builds stronger than either the mason, the shipwright, or the carpenter?
Answer: The gravedigger, for his houses will last forever (he says until Doomsday).
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