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Types of Things #5

These are types of this. Get it?
  • For example: Tulip, Rose, Orchid = Flower
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Nov 03, 2015
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These are Types of
This
Fandango, Lambada, Jitterbug
Loafer, Moccasin, Pump
Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
Sonnet, Haiku, Limerick
Ruble, Rupee, Won
Suspension, Draw, Pontoon
Yellow Dwarf, Neutron, Red Giant
Jasmine, Oolong, Darjeeling
Acute, Obtuse, Right
Library, Christmas, Playing
These are Types of
This
Vinyasa, Bikram, Ashtanga
Porter, Pilsner, Lager
Pointillism, Dada, Fauvism
Compound, Spiral, Hairline
Kosher, Himalayan, Celery
Cleaver, Stiletto, Scalpel
Glucose, Fructose, Lactose
Granny, Windsor, Bowline
Nigiri, Maki, Inari
Fastball, Knuckleball, Sinker
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These are Types of
This
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+1
level 56
May 15, 2015
Nice and easy. Thank you.
+2
level 32
Oct 19, 2015
had a little issue with the tea one. Kept thinking of smelling jasmine not drinking it.
+2
level 73
Nov 3, 2015
Never heard of the art styles, and I had three college roommates who were art majors. After I looked up the terms I realized that the wonderful picture one of them gave me is an example of pointillism. I just never knew the word for it.
+1
level 60
Nov 4, 2015
They are rather obscure. Dada and Fauvism both last for at most a decade at the dawn of the 20th century. Pointillism is really a technique, not a style; it's popularised by Seurat a few decades earlier. Something like Neoclassicism or Surrealism would probably be more known.
+3
level 74
Jul 23, 2016
I think we did pointillism back in primary school, only we didn't call it that.
+1
level 63
Nov 3, 2015
Didn't know sushi.
+6
level 73
Mar 8, 2018
This makes me sad. It's like not knowing happiness.
+5
level 31
Mar 8, 2018
Not true, at least not for all people. To me, personally, sushi is the opposite of happiness as I despise the taste with all of my heart.
+1
level 73
Mar 8, 2018
I love it but not many places in the midwest or upper south to get the good stuff.
+2
level 57
Nov 3, 2015
I think knives should be acceptable. Types of Knives sounds better than types of knife. Never knew stiletto was a knife. I thought it was only a type of heel.
+1
level ∞
Nov 3, 2015
Okay
+3
level 60
Nov 3, 2015
I believe the shoe was named after the knife. :)
+1
level 58
Nov 3, 2015
Could "sun" also be acceptable for the types of stars?
+5
level 65
Nov 5, 2015
Sun is really just the name of our Star. Other stars have their own names such as Sirius, Rigel etc.. The clues given such as Red Giant, Neutron etc. are types of stars not names of stars.
+2
level 70
Sep 10, 2016
I am shocked that meotropetriglyph finds these art terms obscure at all. Anyone with a cursory interest would know at least two.
+2
level 57
Mar 5, 2017
To me, Fandango is a website where you buy movie tickets, while a Jitterbug is a phone for old people. Yeah, didn't get that one.
+1
level 79
Mar 8, 2018
Really? Bohemian Rhapsody even mentions the fandango.
+1
level 57
Mar 9, 2018
Well, I got it this time it was featured. I guess I'm learning something.
+1
level 44
Dec 5, 2017
Weren’t rock and star questions on a previous quiz?
+3
level 65
Mar 8, 2018
Yes 'The Beatles' quiz
+1
level 73
Mar 8, 2018
Malbaby, you make me smile. :)
+1
level 21
Mar 8, 2018
Oh my, the compound fracture!
+2
level 64
Mar 8, 2018
Could "baseball throw" be accepted for "pitch" for those who don't master all subtleties and technicalities of this great sport?
+3
level 75
Mar 8, 2018
But those listed are all specific pitches, thrown only by one player, the "pitcher".
+2
level 55
Mar 8, 2018
It's hard to imagine someone knowing the word "knuckleball" and not knowing the word "pitch".
+1
level 31
Mar 8, 2018
I knew all three terms as I play baseball it still took me well over 30 seconds to get "pitch" as I was typing just as dubucannon was saying "Throws" "Baseball Throws" and finally got to "Pitches".
+2
level 63
Mar 8, 2018
Argh, kept trying bowling, baseball bowling, throwing, baseball throw.... forgot Americans call it pitching!
+1
level 48
Mar 8, 2018
I missed the Salt
+2
level 50
Mar 8, 2018
Couldn't the angle question also be traingle?
+2
level 63
Mar 8, 2018
Nope, they're all angles. If it was 'equilateral, isosceles, scalene', then triangle would be correct
+1
level 66
Mar 10, 2018
obtuse, acute and right are also types of triangles.
+1
level 64
Mar 8, 2018
The beer clue is not ideal because Pilsner and Porter are beer styles while lager is a broader classification that includes Pilsner.
+1
level 54
Mar 9, 2018
Lager is considered a style or type of beer. If you look up the definitions for "lager," "ale," "pilsner," etc., all definitions will describe these as different types of beer. Here's an interesting article from wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_beer_styles
+3
level 28
Mar 8, 2018
You should accept throw for the pitch.
+2
level 33
Mar 18, 2018
I'm in favour of this. I wasn't familiar with these terms, but from movies, I know that "something"ball often refers to a way of throwing a ball. And I don't see why you have to specifically write "pitch", when a pitch is a throw.
+1
level 54
Mar 8, 2018
I just taught my Girl Guide unit about Dadaism. They are 9-11 years old.
+1
level 48
Mar 8, 2018
Please don't accept throw for pitch. Tell quiz takers this is how you learn.
+1
level 44
Mar 9, 2018
For Acute, obtuse and right also please accept triangle. It works the same... :(
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