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Each of these words or phrases contain the word "stone". Can you figure them out?
Last updated: October 28, 2017
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Clue
Answer
First national park
Yellowstone
Ancient druid worship
site in England
Stonehenge
Caveman times
Stone Age
Keep your nose to this
Grindstone
Excruciating urinary ailment
Kidney Stone
Music and political magazine
Rolling Stone
"Basic Instinct" actress
Sharon Stone
Ye olde street paving material
Cobblestone
Used to smooth calluses
Pumice Stone
What the ten commandments
were written on
Stone Tablets
First stone set when
constructing a building
Cornerstone
Clue
Answer
Cathedral builder
Stonemason
Site of the O.K. Corral shootout
Tombstone
Director of "Platoon" & "JFK"
Oliver Stone
Fake jewel worn on rock & roll costumes
Rhinestone
"They're a page right out of history"
The Flintstones
Can turn base metals into gold
Philosopher's Stone
The key to deciphering hieroglyphics
Rosetta Stone
Represents the month of your birthday
Birthstone
Kissing this Irish stone will give
you the "gift of gab"
Blarney Stone
Doctor that Stanley presumably
found in Africa
David Livingstone
Pre-softened jeans
Stone Washed
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level 35
Oct 19, 2012
How about Stone Cutter?
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level 74
Feb 1, 2017
That was The Simpsons.
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level 57
Oct 28, 2017
Who keeps Atlantis off the maps? Who keeps the martians under wraps?
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level 57
Oct 28, 2017
We do! We do!
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level 73
Oct 28, 2017
I'm led to believe they make Steve Gutenberg a star as well.
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level 72
Mar 13, 2019
Speaking of which, how about stone of shame/stone of triumph?
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level 20
Oct 19, 2012
Really good quiz... I love any quiz that uses the words 'Ye olde' in it! Question for all you comment reader people: how do you put pictures on your quizzes??
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level 65
Oct 22, 2012
I think the official quizmasters add them when they're "featured."
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level 78
Nov 21, 2014
"Instinct" should have the letter "n" in it
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level 75
Nov 21, 2014
Thanks for the 'catch'. I hate typos --- it has been fixed!
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level 23
Jun 5, 2015
You should accept stone cutter for cathedral builder
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level 51
Jun 14, 2015
How about 'flag' stone for old paving material??
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level 73
Oct 9, 2017
Agreed. Please accept 'flag' stone as it is also correct :) Also, can you specify what country the 'first national park' is for?
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level 72
Oct 14, 2017
"and is also widely held to be the first national park in the world."
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level 71
Jan 19, 2016
Gift of THE gab
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level 71
Jun 16, 2016
Putting your nose anywhere near a grindstone sounds like a really bad idea...
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level 45
Dec 11, 2018
Yea exactly what I was thinking, why would you put your nose near a grindstone..
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level 80
Oct 5, 2017
Stonehenge isn't the only stone circle in England surely? Shouldn't "circle" be accepted too?
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level 67
Oct 28, 2017
'Sillie' wins the 'Golden Nitpick' award for October '17. Congratulations!
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level 59
Oct 28, 2017
The "ceremonial stone" is called the "foundation stone" in UK - and remember, these quizzes are in ENGLISH. Alternate answer at least, please.
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level ∞
Oct 28, 2017
Foundation stone will work now.
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level 59
Oct 29, 2017
Never heard of it referred to as "ceremonial stone".
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level 41
Oct 28, 2017
How about 'sorcerer's stone' for 'philosopher's stone'? After all, that's the name us Americans are used to after reading Harry Potter...
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level 46
Aug 7, 2018
Yeah, that change never made sense, especially when you think that J.K. Rowling but so much detail in things like the names of spells etc.
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level 55
Dec 11, 2018
How about instead we don't perpetuate ignorance just because some publishing company decided to change the title of a book, thinking "philosopher" was too intelectual a word for the US audience? How about we do that? Also, you are aware, I hope, that Rowling didn't invent the term, nor the concept, but it precedes her by quite a few centuries?
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level 60
Oct 28, 2017
Could've also included Stonewall Riots and Blundstones.
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level 48
Oct 28, 2017
Grunge band from San Diego, Scott Weiland sang...
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level 44
Dec 11, 2018
Stone Temple Pilots <3
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level 62
Oct 29, 2017
I was surprised Bladder Stone wasn't accepted...
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level 58
Oct 29, 2017
How about the "Stone Of Destiny"? Yanks, unsure what it is? Google it.
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level 75
Oct 31, 2017
Thanks for the tip. An interesting story.
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level 35
Oct 30, 2017
Let stone slabs work for tablets please.
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level 45
Dec 11, 2018
Tried slabs first too, but after a few seconds, tablets came to mind, was affraid I was gonna blanc for a while..
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level 35
Oct 30, 2017
thanks
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level 56
Oct 30, 2017
Please accept "Jellystone" as a correct first answer. Do it for the bears.
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level 60
Oct 30, 2017
Whoops, I tried "Sorcerer's Stone" but not "Philosopher's Stone"
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level 62
May 23, 2018
Stonehenge wasn't a site of druid worship. It pre-dates the druids by thousands of years.
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level 72
Mar 13, 2019
That still means they were around when it was there and can worship there - in fact people calling themselves druids do in the present.
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level 61
Dec 11, 2018
Never heard of the Blarney stone. Got the rest. I learned something new.