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Double N Vocabulary Words Quiz

Based on the definitions, guess these words that contain NN.
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Definition
Word
Hotel for dogs
1,000 years
Cream-filled Italian dessert
To cut vegetables into long, thin strips
British for the hood of a car
Flower that lives for more than two years
The vast, African grassland
14 line poem in iambic pentameter
Small fish
Female donkey
To make a marriage invalid
Definition
Word
Person who makes leather
Hemp
Large artillery piece
Chemical found in red wine
Dummy used for modeling clothes
Sense of boredom and world-weariness
Noise that a horse makes
An animal that eats its own species
To add territory to a country
Herb with an anise-like flavor
Female joke-teller
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Definition
Word
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level 73
Sep 8, 2013
Should be dessert not desert.
+1
level ∞
Sep 10, 2013
Fixed
+1
level 62
Jun 4, 2014
Um, a kennel is where dogs are bread. :S
+6
level 60
Jun 16, 2014
Do you make hot dog rolls out of them?
+1
level 43
Jul 17, 2014
LOL!!
+1
level 21
Jun 13, 2016
+1 Erikthev.
+1
level 56
Jun 14, 2016
Ha. Nice.
+1
level 56
May 3, 2015
A kennel can also be where a dog is kept, whether by the owners or as a hotel.
+3
level 70
Dec 22, 2014
Panna Cotta for Italian dessert also?
+1
level 70
Jun 22, 2018
I guess it's technically "cream-filled," since the whole thing is basically just cream, but it doesn't fit the clue as well as cannoli.
+1
level 44
Mar 12, 2015
I had trouble with one of them because i though it said an animal that eats its own feces, I had to read it three times before I got it right.
+1
level 56
May 3, 2015
I thought the same thing at first!
+1
level 51
Jun 15, 2016
That would only be an acceptable clue if "Donald" were spelled with two Ns.
+1
level 65
Jul 9, 2015
This is the most unappealing percentage of correct answers I have ever seen. Two thirds of the people who had taken this quiz knew what on Earth a "comedienne" was, but only a quarter knew that hemp is cannabis? Also, a blenny is a small fish with a double "n" in its name; accept that as an answer.
+1
level 74
Sep 22, 2015
I thought that hemp was a type of fabric.
+1
level 66
Jun 13, 2016
Hemp is a type of fabric, made from cannabis plants :)
+1
level 56
Jun 14, 2016
I know that hemp is made from cannabis, but I was focused too much on the clothing aspect, so I didn't think about its origins enough.
+1
level 44
Jun 13, 2016
Anise, while stated in the clue, is also an herb, just like fennel. Aniseed to be technical. So perhaps you might want to say licorice flavor with yellow flowers. Also a perennial is a PLANT that lives for more than two years, it doesn't have to necessarily be a flower.
+1
level 73
Mar 13, 2017
Anise only has one n.
+1
level 57
Jun 21, 2016
Can you add some alternative spellings for "whinny"? I mean it's an onomatopoeia anyway so as long as it sounds out correctly then it should be accepted. Winnie, Winny, or winnee even perhaps?
+2
level 62
May 16, 2018
Did anyone else think of nneigh?
+1
level 25
Jun 28, 2016
Millennia should also be accepted for millennium.
+1
level 48
Feb 19, 2018
Millennia is plural - and it asks for just one thousand years, not many multiples of it, so it is incorrect.
+1
level 73
May 16, 2018
If you cross a male horse with a jenny you get a hinny. Just being trivial.
+1
level 73
May 16, 2018
What if you cross a hinny with a liger?
+1
level 70
Jun 22, 2018
The universe explodes.
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