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Word Puzzles - Countries of the World

Guess each short clue. Then combine the sounds of the answers to give the name of a country.
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Last updated: March 14, 2020
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And Betty, when you call me, you can call me this.
Al
This Anglo-Saxon suffix in a plant name, tells you it's poisonous (hen-, flea-, etc).
Bane
The opposite of far away.
Near
(Country)
Albania
 
 
Lived at Green Gables.
Anne
Football (soccer) fans shout this excitedly when their team scores.
Goal!!!!
A fairly weak lyric in the Sound of Music: "A note to follow So".
La
(Country)
Angola
 
 
Scrooge's catchphrase (without the stripey sweet).
Bah
Writing endless risk assessments allegedly stops you coming to this.
Harm
Things that have a lot of Stuff in them have a large one of these (measured in kg, it's not weight).
Mass
(Country)
Bahamas
 
 
A female pig.
Sow
Cats are feline, dogs are canine. These animals are 'cervine'.
Deer
What I look forward to sitting down with in the pub on Friday evening.
A beer
(Country)
Saudi Arabia
 
 
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Do, do, do this thing, gently down the stream.
Row
An abnormal state of over-excitement and energy.
Mania
(Country)
Romania
 
 
A classic joke. Bob: I went on a Caribbean cruise with my missus last month. Fred: (Name of country)? Bob: Oh no, she wanted to go.
Jamaica
 
 
The pods of this plant will keep you 'regular'.
Senna
This strange growth on a plant can be caused by an insect, fungus or bacteria, etc.
Gall
(Country)
Senegal
 
 
This world-famous American airline (with its blue globe logo) went bust in 1991.
Pan Am
Johnny, he played guitar in The Smiths.
Marr
(Country)
Panama
 
 
There are tv channels that have this on 24 hours a day (until you are paranoid and mad).
News
This strange long fish is 'anadromous', meaning it spends part of its lifecycle in the sea, and part in rivers.
Eel
Animals and plants that don't live in the sea or in rivers, well I guess they must live on here:
Land
(Country)
New Zealand
 
 
A fashion and beauty 'lifestyle' magazine, founded 1945.
Elle
An ointment that helps soothe and heal the skin.
Salve
What people generally use to enter a room.
A door
(Country)
El Salvador
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