Name a Valid Answer - General Knowledge

Guess any valid answer which fits each selected category.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
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Last updated: October 6, 2020
First submittedOctober 4, 2020
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Weapon in the board game "Clue", aka "Cluedo"
candlestick | knife | lead pipe | revolver |
rope | wrench
Event in Olympic women's gymnastics
balance beam | floor exercise | uneven bars | vault
Number spelled in English with exactly five letters
(spell it out in letters)
three | seven | eight | forty | fifty | sixty
Synthetic fiber developed by DuPont
nylon | acrylic | spandex | Kevlar | Teflon
Country on the Arabian peninsula other
than Saudi Arabia
Kuwait | Oman | Qatar | United Arab Emirates | Yemen
Language that uses this letter: ø
Danish | Norwegian | Faroese | Southern Sami
Food that appears in the title of a song by the Beatles
honey | onion | mustard | truffle | pepper |
strawberry | pie | octopus
Official languages of a European country that
are least similar to English (top 5)
Hungarian | Finnish | Estonian | Maltese | Latvian
Method of execution mentioned in the Bible
beheading | burning | crucifixion | stoning
Sign of the Zodiac that starts with A
Aries | Aquarius
Disney movie based on a
Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale
The Little Mermaid | Frozen
Titan from Greek mythology
Atlas | Cronus | Oceanus | Rhea | Prometheus | others...
Canadian province that doesn't border the ocean
Alberta | Saskatchewan
Day of the week in Spanish
lunes | martes | miércoles | jueves |
viernes | sábado | domingo
Vegetable, other than broccoli, which is a
variety of Brassica oleracea
cabbage | cauliflower | kale | Brussels sprouts | others ...
Book of the Catholic Bible starting with E
Exodus | Ezra | Esther | Ecclesiastes |
Ecclesiasticus | Ezekiel | Ephesians
One of the Three Musketeers
Athos | Porthos | Aramis
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Level 80
Oct 6, 2020
Mumber?
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Level ∞
Oct 6, 2020
Fixed
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Level 88
Oct 6, 2020
Walrus is a food
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Level 78
Oct 6, 2020
Octopus for octopus's garden should be included
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Level 69
Oct 6, 2020
By that logic, blackbird and octopus should also be included
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Level ∞
Oct 6, 2020
No
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Level 83
Oct 6, 2020
Octopus should definitely be included. It's eaten in many parts of the world.
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Level 69
Oct 6, 2020
It's referring to the animal, not the food
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Level 73
Oct 6, 2020
I agree that octopus should be allowed, it's commonly eaten. The fact that the song title isn't referring to it in a culinary context is irrelevant - that's also true of many of the other answers permitted.
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Level 77
Oct 6, 2020
Is sergeant pepper food?
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Level 51
Oct 12, 2020
Octopus is delicious - even with pepper!
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Level 80
Oct 15, 2020
they probably eat them in Norway and club them in Canada.
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Level 87
Oct 6, 2020
Curious what is meant by least similar to English. What would disqualify languages that use a different alphabet - Russian, Greek, for example? Thanks.
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Level ∞
Oct 6, 2020
It's based on lexical similarity from this calculator.
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Level 89
Oct 6, 2020
Latvian seems out of place since it is still Indo-European and probably isn't that different from Lithuanian.
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Level 77
Oct 6, 2020
Yeah it's likely a small margin. Four are obvious but then one of the remaining Indo-European languages has to be chosen.
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Level 46
Oct 15, 2020
According to the calculator, German and French are more similar to English than Hungarian.
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Level 76
Oct 6, 2020
Please accept submarine as food
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Level 67
Oct 8, 2020
Seconded. While walrus and blackbird might be niche dishes, submarines are definitely more common as food than octopus (even if some of the heathen refer to them as 'hoagies')
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Level 61
Oct 9, 2020
as in Subway.
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Level 80
Oct 15, 2020
They all live in a yellow submarine sandwich?
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Level 73
Oct 6, 2020
Andersen's misspelt
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Level 67
Oct 6, 2020
^ Yep, it's Hans Christian Andersen not Anderson.
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Level ∞
Oct 6, 2020
Fixed
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Level 83
Oct 7, 2020
Why isn't "The Ugly Duckling" in there for Andersen / Disney films?
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Level 83
Oct 15, 2020
There's no film in the Disney Animated Canon that's based on The Ugly Duckling.
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Level 80
Oct 15, 2020
There actually is, unless by animated canon you mean the "Disney Animated Classics" collection which officially only includes feature-length animated movies and then only some of them.
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Level 83
Oct 15, 2020
Yes that’s what I meant. None of the movies from this list are directly based on the Ugly Duckling.
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Level 80
Oct 7, 2020
Synthetic is misspelled.
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Level ∞
Oct 7, 2020
Fixed
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Level 82
Oct 7, 2020
This seems like a good opportunity to plug my quiz about cultivars of Brassica oleracea.
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Level 58
Oct 15, 2020
Board game?
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Level ∞
Oct 15, 2020
Fixed
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Level 65
Oct 15, 2020
These quizzes are great, I'm sure it took a while to put something like this together but I would love to see more like this in the future!
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Level 50
Oct 15, 2020
Weapon in the board game* Left me confused for longer than it should
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Level 46
Oct 15, 2020
Does Basque not count? It's a co-official language in Spain, and is certainly the furthest from English.
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Level 85
Oct 15, 2020
It's not co-official nationally. It's co-official only within certain areas
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Level 59
Oct 15, 2020
Very good. Thank you. More like this please QM
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Level 33
Oct 15, 2020
How did I not know that Frozen was based off Hans Christian Anderson?
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Level 67
Oct 15, 2020
Well, it's less "based off of" and more "vaguely inspired by." The similarities between The Snow Queen and Frozen are limited to "woman/supernatural being with cold powers" and "a person getting a shard of magic glass/ice in their eye and heart." If you didn't see the "inspired by" credit, you'd be forgiven for not realizing the stories have anything to do with each other.
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Level 51
Oct 15, 2020
accept lead piping? pretty sure it’s called that in UK cluedo
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Level 73
Oct 15, 2020
It certainly is
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Level 62
Oct 15, 2020
A submarine is food!
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Level 78
Oct 15, 2020
I misread the clue as "languages that are at least similar to English". I thought the wording was unusual but I figured you were trying to head off complaints that some of the answers weren't close enough to English to be included. I reread the clue several times and every time my silly brain added "at" to the clue. Needless to say, none of my answers worked and I was totally confused when the answers appeared. Sigh.
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Level 31
Oct 18, 2020
Exact same for me :D
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Level 53
Oct 15, 2020
Fun grammar lesson: The "vegetable other than broccoli question" (#15) is written incorrectly. By using "which", you are implying that there is one vegetable and it is Brassica oleracea. You need to use "that". It would be best written as "Vegetable other than broccoli that..." or "Vegetable belonging to Brassica oleracea other than broccoli".
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Level 73
Oct 15, 2020
Shout out to Pulp Fiction for helping with Ezekiel 25:17
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Level 65
Oct 15, 2020
Never gave much thought to what it meant. I just thought it was a cold-blooded thing to say to a guy before I put a cap in him.
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Level 56
Oct 15, 2020
What's concerning about this quiz is that 98% of the English quiz takers don't know an English number with five letters...
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Level 65
Oct 15, 2020
98% of them *do* know a five-letter number. You're misreading the stats. Only 2% didn't get that question right, which is almost certainly a representation of people who gave up or something. You only need to get to "three" to find an answer.
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Level 53
Oct 17, 2020
But if you count backward from four trillion, six hundred billion, four million two hundred thousand, nine hundred twenty it will take a long time. I did for me at least.
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Level 46
Oct 16, 2020
Decapitation should also work as beheading
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Level 27
Oct 16, 2020
Just learned that Chronos and Cronus are different mythological entities... Dammit
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Level 39
Oct 16, 2020
Can we maybe have "sprout" instead of having to write out "Brussels sprout"?
I concede that I should have just chosen "cabbage" or something...
And also, while I'm at it, "Cronos" as well as Cronus, as the -us ending is the Latinised version?
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Level 53
Oct 17, 2020
I got it with 'Kronos'.