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
Quiz by Quizmaster
Last updated: December 3, 2019
First submittedNovember 28, 2013
Times taken7,462
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Word Puzzle
U.S. City
Palin or Silverman + Midwesterners call it pop
Has ventricles and atriums + Model T
Car lifting device + Male child
Not me + Unit of genetic material
Not near + Pass to collect $200
Bag + Egyptian sun god + "Freshmaker" candy
What an eye does + @ + Musician Jethro
Yoga vocalization + Eureka!
Half of the Rescue Rangers + Female equivalent of lad
What a cheerleader says + U.S. President Arthur
Overpriced speaker brand + Adult male
Where flour is made + Stroll + Fifth letter
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"
What a cold person says + Chinese dynasty + Green eggs companion
Flat land with few trees + Opposite of yes
Old Saint Nick + Actress Dunaway
Santa Fe
To pull a vehicle + What Pikachu says
Spherical object + Horton of Canadian coffee + Not less
Arugula, frisée, etc... + Spanish donkey
Level 89
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.
Level 81
Jul 27, 2019
You're thinking of Power Rangers.
Level 48
Mar 16, 2014
To be technical and all, Jethro Tull is a band and not a single musician
Level 80
Sep 11, 2015
...and an inventor, ~250 years prior.
Level 76
Mar 16, 2014
I thought Bozeman was spelled with an s! Oh, well.
Level 72
Mar 16, 2014
Good quiz. Some of the pairings were a little lame though.
Level 67
Mar 17, 2014
I love these quizzes. Especially liked "Augusta". Keep making them!
Level 53
Mar 17, 2014
WOW I forgot Greensboro?! I LIVE IN GREENSBORO!!
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....
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.
Level 75
Mar 31, 2016
Why do cheerleaders go rah?
Level 72
Jul 4, 2016
Rah, rah, yip boom bah!

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

Level 75
Aug 7, 2018
Are you feeling ok?
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?
Level 78
Mar 28, 2019
You must not have ever heard a Texan pronounce Daaallas.
Level 68
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