The answer to the riddle, "What is always coming but never arrives?" is, "Tomorrow." This is because on any given day, "tomorrow" is always the day coming next. More »

According to Braingle, the answer to the riddle, "What has four legs but only one foot?" is "A bed." The confusion in the riddle lies in the English language conventions for naming parts of animate and inanimate objects. More »

No riddle is unsolvable; if there was no answer, it would no longer be a riddle. There are hundreds of sites like Riddles.com that contain difficult riddles. Here is an example: "When you have me, you feel like sharing m... More »

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The answer to the riddle that goes, "Forwards I am heavy, backwards I am not; What am I?" is the word "ton." The trick to this riddle is its play on the spelling of the word ton, even though the question seems as though ... More »

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The answer to the riddle, "What travels the world but stays in the corner," is a stamp. This is because a stamp will travel all over the world on the mail it is attached to, but a stamp is still always placed in the corn... More »

While the answer to a riddle can simply be called an answer, the term "solution" is also applicable. Either term is usually acceptable, although the type of riddle helps delineate which word is best for the riddle in que... More »

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"Clock" is the answer to the riddle, "What has hands but no arms and a face but no eyes?" A clock is also the answer to, "Without fingers, I point, without arms, I strike, without feet, I run. What am I?" More »