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Words that begin and end with 'W'

100

  1. Which swimming stroke has the same name as a flying insect?

Butterfly

100

What does a herbivore animal eat?

Plants (they do not eat meat)

100

What is the Capital City of Sweden? 

Stockholm

100

True or false? Mercury is often used in thermometers?

True

100

Hint: Take money from the bank

Withdraw

200

Name the golfer who first name is the same as a big cat?

Tiger Woods

200

Which wild animal is the largest of the cat family?

Tiger

200

What is the Capital City of South Korea? 

Seoul

200

What name is given to the common piece of lab glassware consisting of a finger-like length of clear glass?

Test tube

200

Hint: A type of tree 

Willow 

300

In golf, what is meant by the term 'birdie'?

One under par

300

Which material are the tusks of an elephant made from?

Ivory


300

What is the Capital City of Russia?  

Moscow

300

What is H2O more commonly known as?

Water 

300

Hint: A woman with a deceased husband 

Widow

400

What is Zumba?

A Latin inspired dance-based workout

400

Which animal found only in Australia eats mostly eucalyptus leaves?

Koala bear

400

What is the Capital City of Belgium?

Brussels

400

Which sort of table is an ordered arrangement of chemical elements?

The Periodic Table 

400

Hint: Roll around lazily, like pigs in mud 

Wallow

500

Which sport would be played during the Corbillon Cup?

Table Tennis

500

Which large African land mammal gets it name from the ancient Greek words for 'river horse'?

Hippopotamus

500

What is the Capital City of Thailand? 

Bangkok

500

Seismic activity refers to what dreadful events?

Earthquakes

500

Hint: A vehicle for yard work that must get lifted and pushed

Wheelbarrow