Word Puzzles - U.S. Cities #2

Solve the puzzles to guess the names of these U.S. cities.
Not Old + Noah's Boat = New + Ark = Newark
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Last updated: December 3, 2019
First submittedNovember 28, 2013
Times taken7,136
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Word Puzzle
U.S. City
Palin or Silverman + Midwesterners call it pop
Sarasota
Has ventricles and atriums + Model T
Hartford
Car lifting device + Male child
Jackson
Not me + Unit of genetic material
Eugene
Not near + Pass to collect $200
Fargo
Bag + Egyptian sun god + "Freshmaker" candy
Sacramento
What an eye does + @ + Musician Jethro
Seattle
Yoga vocalization + Eureka!
Omaha
Half of the Rescue Rangers + Female equivalent of lad
Dallas
What a cheerleader says + U.S. President Arthur
Rochester
Overpriced speaker brand + Adult male
Bozeman
Where flour is made + Stroll + Fifth letter
Milwaukee
What a trial lawyer does + To use a chair + Fifth letter
Sioux City
What one says upon seeing a kitten + Brief strong wind + British for "Thanks"
Augusta
What a cold person says + Chinese dynasty + Green eggs companion
Birmingham
Flat land with few trees + Opposite of yes
Plano
Old Saint Nick + Actress Dunaway
Santa Fe
To pull a vehicle + What Pikachu says
Topeka
Spherical object + Horton of Canadian coffee + Not less
Baltimore
Arugula, frisée, etc... + Spanish donkey
Greensboro
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Level 88
Feb 18, 2014
Weren't there 5 rescue rangers? I suppose one could argue that Monty made up half the mass of the team, but otherwise it's hard to split them in half.
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Level 80
Jul 27, 2019
You're thinking of Power Rangers.
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Level 48
Mar 16, 2014
To be technical and all, Jethro Tull is a band and not a single musician
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Level 79
Sep 11, 2015
...and an inventor, ~250 years prior.
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Level 73
Mar 16, 2014
I thought Bozeman was spelled with an s! Oh, well.
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Level 72
Mar 16, 2014
Good quiz. Some of the pairings were a little lame though.
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Level 66
Mar 17, 2014
I love these quizzes. Especially liked "Augusta". Keep making them!
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Level 53
Mar 17, 2014
WOW I forgot Greensboro?! I LIVE IN GREENSBORO!!
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Level 49
Aug 3, 2014
lol sawmos! To be fair I had a hard time with that one as both clues were types of lettuces. Would have been much easier if the clue had been chard, kale, etc....
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Level 78
Mar 28, 2019
You might want to look that up again. Actually neither is a type of lettuce although they are often used in combination with or as a substitute for lettuce.
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Level 75
Mar 31, 2016
Why do cheerleaders go rah?
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Level 72
Jul 4, 2016
Rah, rah, yip boom bah!

Hit 'em in the head and knock 'em down!

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Level 75
Aug 7, 2018
Are you feeling ok?
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Level 72
Jul 4, 2016
Oh, this quiz was damn near perfect! My only complaint is the clue for Dallas; the "a" in "Dale" is most definitely long, so even though I had both clue parts, I could not get the answer. I didn't even stop to think that the pronunciation could have been that far afield, since every other one was just so PERFECTLY spot on! Might I maybe suggest "doll" – or even better, "dal", the Indian lentil dish – as possible alternatives?
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Level 78
Mar 28, 2019
You must not have ever heard a Texan pronounce Daaallas.
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Level 66
Sep 3, 2019
I'm pretty sure the clue with the cheerleaders and arthur president works for Winchester as well...but I don't hang out with many cheerleaders, so who knows what they say