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Alliteration by Letter - R

Based on the clues, guess these alliterative answers that start with the letter R.
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Last updated: September 20, 2018
First submittedSeptember 20, 2013
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Clue
Answer
Jimmy Carter's successor
Ronald Reagan
Rudolph the …
Red-nosed Reindeer
Place to skate in a circle with
wheels on your shoes
Roller Rink
Chocolate ice cream with nuts
and marshmallows
Rocky Road
Place with padded walls for
the mentally disturbed
Rubber Room
Highway anger
Road Rage
British SUV model
Range Rover
Two words that come
between "little" and "hood"
Red Riding
Speaker who inflames the
passions of the crowd
Rabble Rouser
Clue
Answer
Dangerous game involving a
revolver loaded with a single bullet
Russian Roulette
Beatles song about a boy in the
"black mountain hills of Dakota"
Rocky Raccoon
Run that involves passing a baton
Relay Race
Actor of "The Sting" and
"The Natural"
Robert Redford
Tournament format where all teams
play each other once
Round Robin
Famously expensive automobile
Rolls Royce
Animated bunny who was "framed"
Roger Rabbit
Husband on "I Love Lucy"
Ricky Ricardo
"Deadpool" and "Van Wilder" actor
Ryan Reynolds
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level 67
May 6, 2014
Amazing how many people don't know the best Beatles song.
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level 63
Mar 11, 2015
I'm pretty confident that just about everybody does know Strawberry Fields, but what that has to do with anything, I just don't know. ;)
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level 76
May 11, 2016
Maybe they don't listen to the Beatles.
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level 77
Jan 14, 2019
That was the only one I missed the first time I took this quiz. Got them all this time, though.
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level 47
Jun 16, 2014
Never heard of a Round Robin :( oh well~
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level 50
Jul 24, 2014
Aside from being the definition above, it is also a sign of mutiny on a ship. The crew would sign their names on either side, and for some reason you couldn't tell who signed it. I guess something about it messed it up. But if you're ever captain of a ship and you find a signed round robin... watch your back!
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level 39
Sep 13, 2015
Round Robins are also those boring letters parents send, usually at Christmas, about the achievements of their kids at school or university, or if any have got married, had children etc. I've had some about kids I've never even met.
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level 76
Oct 17, 2014
Tried Ranger Rover. So close. (Maybe that's what Chip 'n' Dale should drive.)
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level 61
Jan 1, 2017
I was trying to think of a classic Disney cartoon with C&D but couldn't. Never even thought of the TV show.
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level 70
Jan 2, 2018
I was also trying to think of a British model who represented SUVs. Didn't know if it was a female model or a male model, but could not come up with the name. Sigh
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level 70
Oct 12, 2017
Richard Rodgers, American composure and half the famed Rodgers & Hammerstein duo. Ralph Richardson, wonderful British actor. Rut-ro, famous quote from Scooby-Doo.
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level 55
Feb 6, 2018
Never heard a padded cell being called a rubber room...
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level 61
Jul 27, 2018
It's slang. Where I'm from I know it as rubber cell (if translated to English).
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level 52
Aug 15, 2018
Me neither
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level 62
Jan 14, 2019
I'd never heard of it either, but I guessed it would be something room, and tried rubber.
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level 61
Jan 14, 2019
Maybe it's one of the 'once in a blue moon' examples of a non-American-centric idioms/facts?
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level 73
Mar 27, 2018
Didn't know about Rabble Rouser... I tried Rebel Rouser on a whim, to no avail. Damn you, Forrest Gump soundtrack! Also, shouldn't Relay Run work, for the baton clue?
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level 67
Aug 15, 2018
I've always thought of it as 'Rebel Rouser' and that is what I tried.
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level 79
Jan 14, 2019
Taken aback when Rebel Rouser wasn't accepted - now can't get that Duane Eddy tune outta my head.
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level 76
Jan 15, 2019
Oh my goodness, Duane Eddy - you must be as old as I am. My brother played his music constantly in the early '60s. Because They're Young was always my favorite.
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level 79
Jun 28, 2018
Huh. I always thought rabblerouser was one word. Or at least hyphenated.
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level 65
Aug 15, 2018
Never heard of rubber room either!
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level 53
Nov 23, 2018
I remember from a Spongebob episode years ago.
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level 71
Jan 14, 2019
It's also used to describe the pointless house arrest that some large school districts, which have decided to take a teacher out of the classroom while investigating disciplinary charges against him or her but still don't have enough evidence to press charges, impose on those teachers. They are required to come to District HQ to sit around for eight hours with nothing to do. Imagine being trapped at the DMV for day after day with no prospect of escape--it could have been a basis for a Twilight Zone™ episode.
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level 58
Oct 8, 2018
So this is what it feels like to have your name in a quiz ;)
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level 71
Jan 14, 2019
Rolls Royce has introduced its own SUV--for about the same cost as a small house in Southern California, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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level 64
Jan 17, 2019
Came in to the quiz so hoping for a Roger Ramjet question. Disappointed.
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level 69
Jan 18, 2019
Prohibition era booze smuggler = Rum Runner
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level 38
Oct 17, 2019
Rocky Raccoon deserves some more respect
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level 38
Oct 17, 2019
Could make one for Road Runner