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Types of Things #2

These are types of this. Get it?
  • For example: Tulip, Rose, Orchid = Flower
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - May 13, 2015
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These are Types of
This
10 Speed, Mountain, BMX
O-, A-, B+
Dachshund, Mastiff, Whippet
Knife, Fork, Spoon
747, F-16, Spitfire
Auto, Life, Umbrella
Linux, Windows, DOS
Botanical, Hanging, Zen
Bungalow, Ranch, Cape Cod
Slot, Phillips Head, Hex
These are Types of
This
Platform, Ballet, Boat
Anarchism, Utilitarianism, Hedonism
Scissor, Back, Roundhouse
Income, Sales, Estate
Lithium-ion, Nickel–cadmium, Lead-acid
Art, Natural History, Wax
Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
Blue, Crab, Switch
Bituminous, Anthracite, Lignite
Spanish, Bird, Swine
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level 66
Nov 16, 2012
I had the darndest time trying to spell utensil (I'm really tired). What about silverware or tablewear?
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level 66
Nov 16, 2012
The spelling woes continue...
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Nov 16, 2012
Good suggestion. Those will work now.
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level 59
Nov 16, 2012
It's called cutlery in a lot of places too. And I don't know if flatware is accepted or not but it probably should be.
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level 10
Nov 16, 2012
i agree with cutlery..in uk thats is the most common word used.
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Nov 16, 2012
Added cutlery too.
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level 60
Jan 7, 2015
What does a table wear besides a cloth?
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level 25
Jul 14, 2015
I just said 'cutlery' xD
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level 67
Nov 16, 2012
I agree with yankeh. Cutlery is the only word i could think of. Unless you added something like Spatula or rolling pin to the clue.
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level 65
Nov 16, 2012
I put philosophies and it didn't work, also utensil didn't work for me, but kitchen utensil did.
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level 39
Nov 16, 2012
philosophies didn't work but it should. I did finally figure it out though.
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level ∞
Nov 16, 2012
If you typed "utensil", it definitely would have worked. Spelling error, perhaps.
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level 47
Nov 16, 2012
Missed a couple, but I think it's a cultural thing- as I have no idea what a Cape Cod house is!! Surprisingly difficult in places.
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level 71
Jul 13, 2015
I was trying to be more specific... put in things like.. "retreat," "vacation home," etc. but none of those worked.
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level 78
Nov 16, 2012
Could "belief system" be made an alternative for anarchism, hedonism, etc.?
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level 28
Nov 16, 2012
I agree. I tried belief, movement, etc.
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level 18
Nov 25, 2012
Yeah, also government, maybe?
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level 56
Jan 16, 2013
I've never heard of a hedonistic government...
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level 71
Aug 22, 2013
Me either, but I'd vote for it!
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level 35
Aug 29, 2016
A hedonistic government would great for about a week, then the country would be screwed economically forever
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level 77
Aug 27, 2014
I tried "ism". Don't know why I couldn't think of philosophy.
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level 69
Dec 10, 2017
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level 35
Aug 29, 2016
Ideology is more accurate than belief system.
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level 62
Jan 1, 2017
Yep, I kept on trying ideology, ism and whatnot.
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level 33
Nov 16, 2012
Darn coal! Therefore, everyone gets a lump of it for Christmas!
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level 51
Nov 16, 2012
Could 'Ideology' also be accepted for anarchism utilitarianism and hedonism?
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Nov 16, 2012
Added belief system and ideology for that one.
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level 43
Nov 17, 2012
I think government should also work
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level 18
Nov 25, 2012
same
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level 72
Mar 4, 2015
Anarchism is the absence of government.
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May 13, 2015
Government is simply incorrect. None of those three are systems of government.
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level 35
Aug 29, 2016
Hedonist government? Anarchist Government? Just...what... A government which wants to get rid of all authority...
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level 22
Jan 8, 2013
I don't agree that hedonism is a form of government though. No way to talk me into that one.
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level 66
Jun 20, 2016
It would certainly be an *interesting* form of government, though!
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level 47
Jul 13, 2015
I have no idea why I haven't tried ideology or philosophy! Instead I've tried attitude to life and lifestyle, haha :D
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level 57
Nov 16, 2012
Can you say "cutlery" for "utensil". We would not use utensil in the UK for that. Also, ideology for "anarchism... etc"?
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level 53
Nov 16, 2012
I always thought cutlery was the stuff you ate the food with and utensils were the things you made it with? No? Still, cutlery should at least be an accepted answer.
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level 54
Nov 17, 2012
You can't have a screwdriver without a screw. For awhile, I was typing in "screw" and not figuring out why it didn't work.
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level 56
Jul 15, 2015
You have a point.
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level 55
Jan 18, 2017
Agreed, Slot, Phillips Head, Hex are all type of screw - which have a corresponding screwdriver.
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level 52
Dec 7, 2017
I agree.
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level 32
Jul 2, 2013
For 'Anarchism, Utilitarianism, Hedonism', I tried "-isms". Lol! :-)
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level 13
Sep 10, 2013
That actually made me laugh xD
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level 13
Sep 10, 2013
Can you make "browser" acceptable for "linux, windows, DOS"
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level 41
Dec 4, 2013
In what way are any of those a browser?
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level 26
Dec 8, 2013
I put "vacation homes"...
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level 58
Feb 4, 2014
What is an umbrella insurance?
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Feb 4, 2014
Insurance for your umbrella, duh.
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level 26
Sep 25, 2014
Hahaha! If I'm not mistaken, it's an insurance policy that provides extra coverage against claims and lawsuites.
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level 40
Feb 1, 2015
What's a Cape Cod house?
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level 72
Jul 13, 2015
Google it for a picture. It's a specific design of cottage which originated in New England in the 1600s and came to be known as a Cape Cod by the 1800s.
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level 71
Oct 19, 2015
I honestly spent a long time wondering why anyone would want to insure an umbrella. I got to the point of thinking it must be an American thing when it dawned on me.
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level 72
Mar 24, 2015
It's usually a policy that covers the stuff that isn't covered by any of your other policies - and/or, provides coverage beyond the limits of the other policies.
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level 42
Apr 2, 2014
I put computer system & computer program for the "linux, windows, DOS" & no go:(
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level 47
Jun 9, 2014
Got everything except grass. Egh, oh well.
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level 19
Jan 7, 2015
Can you please make the plural forms work? For the lithium-iron, nickel-cadmium and lead-acid one I used the plural instead of the singular so it did not work.
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May 13, 2015
Batteries will work now.
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level 61
Jul 13, 2015
Technically, a battery is so called because it consists of several cells in a row. I tried cell.
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level 45
Feb 8, 2015
Cape Cod house is a storey and a half, with dormer windows at the front. The roof peak runs parallel to the front of the house.
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level 10
May 6, 2015
well, that was specific. :)
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level 48
May 6, 2015
ah - a dormer bungalow!
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level 28
Jul 13, 2015
Yes, I get it now, as well. A dormer bungalow.
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level 72
Jul 13, 2015
Not all Cape Cods have dormers, and few of the originals did. They also have individual rooms, not open floor plans as do many bungalows. They also do not have wide front porches. The original Cape Cods had shingled walls which helped them stand up to harsh winters near the ocean.
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level 40
Aug 15, 2015
True Bungalows in the UK don't usually have open plan floors. They mostly have separate living room(s), kitchen, bedrooms and bathroom. Dormers are usually made afterwards in the loft space.
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level 45
Jul 13, 2015
The only one I missed was "grass"... and I'm a horticulturist.
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level 59
Jul 13, 2015
Good series - more please!
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level 38
Jul 13, 2015
Man, grass is probably the hardest question of this type I've ever seen, worded that way. Being from Maryland, it was hard to get away from "blue crab" right next to each other like that, I've never heard of switch grass.
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level 72
Jul 13, 2015
Same here, I never heard of switch grass, either. I kept trying to figure out how a crab could be electric - like an electric eel, maybe? Electric blue and electric switch made sense but just couldn't sneak the crab in there with them.
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level 60
Dec 8, 2017
You've never heard of the fearsome electric crab? Well he's heard of you.
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level 54
Jul 13, 2015
Adding "Home" as an acceptable answer for Cape Cod, Bungalow, Ranch would be nice. Missed that one even though I had the right idea.
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level 29
Jul 13, 2015
How about software for operating system
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level 32
Jul 14, 2015
I may be totally wrong, and I probably am, but could Theory also be accepted for the Anarchism...
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level 7
Jul 17, 2015
I think a theory is generally used to explain something e.g. Game Theory, General Relativity, Evolution, whereas philosophies are more of an attitude towards something.
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level 66
Jul 14, 2015
I have never heard of switch grass. What is it? Anybody? Anybody?
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level 72
Dec 5, 2017
The answer is to your problem is here
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level 36
Jul 14, 2015
screws also are known by the same names as screwdriver
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level 49
Jul 16, 2015
darn you, bituminous, anthracite and lignite - i can never remember you! stumped by coal!
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level 66
Jul 29, 2015
Interesting quiz. I'm glad you accepted "belief system" for philosophy. For some reason my brain didn't want to come up with that word. :D
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Feb 19, 2016
what about writing utensils?
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level 64
Feb 26, 2016
The Grass one has really low percentage, and it's the only one I missed. I was thinking that if you added "Fescue" it might have helped me out (or anyone who golfs often). Just a thought. but maybe it's good to have a really hard one on there
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level 12
May 12, 2016
computer systems should also be accepted.
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level 19
May 14, 2016
what about software as well as operating system?
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level 35
Jun 19, 2016
The "house" question feels very American. If it had been bungalow, semi-detached and terraced then I would have had an easier time getting it. Never heard of a "Cape cod house"........
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level 66
Jun 20, 2016
I did not figure out the grass one, mostly I think because I was convinced the answer must be "plate". (Think about it!)
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level 39
Dec 6, 2017
Agreed. I thought plate should work too.
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level 67
Aug 3, 2016
Yeah, that grass one...
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level 40
Oct 11, 2016
Can you also add "ideal" for "anarchism, utilitarianism, hedonism?"
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level 14
Oct 18, 2016
good quiz
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level 66
Dec 5, 2017
Screw should definitely also work.
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level 51
Dec 5, 2017
Difficult quiz for a non-native speaker :/
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Dec 10, 2017
100%!!!!! 3rd try... :(
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