2 syllables rhyming answers quiz

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Last updated: September 10, 2015
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British money (slang) generated by being part of a walking dance line
Conga Wonga
A small object that can reach huge velocity, sometimes used to describe a short footballer
Pocket Rocket
A train road that is incorrectly built
Rail Fail
A woman who comes across as sinister or suspicious
Shady Lady
Indian currency that has lost its mind
Loopy Rupee
A horse rider playing a sport which involves a stick
Jockey Hockey
German emperor who has become smarter
Wiser Kaiser
A tall structure belonging to a leader or king
Power Tower
A person that murders night and early morning footwear
Slipper Ripper
Female sibling who has very sore feet
Blister Sister
Manuel Neuer's goalkeeper playing style
Sweeper Keeper
A safari animal made out of solid metal
Iron Lion
An American tissue
Yankee Hankie
Father Christmas's humour
Santa Banter
Agricultural duties carried out by a prince
Charming Farming
A sweet treat enjoyed by somebody who works for a sports betting company
Bookie Cookie
Being tough with your immigration policy
Border Order
An alcoholic bar set up in a cave
Cavern Tavern
Scissors used to slice spreadable lard products
Butter Cutter
A person that works underground searching for coal in a large East Asian country
China Miner
Level 75
Sep 11, 2015
I have several problems with this one. In my accent China and Miner don't rhyme, and neither do Santa and Banter, Iron and Lion, or Loopy Rupee. And rail and fail are only one syllable, (see http://www.howmanysyllables.com/words/rail), although I will admit some of us US southerners can add extra syllables to just about any word. A hankie is not an American tissue. Hankie is short for handkerchief, which is made of cloth, not tissue paper. Kleenex, a brand name, is often our informal word for a tissue. Lastly, I couldn't figure out what you meant by "a person that murders night". To end on a positive note, I loved the cavern tavern.