The W Quiz

The next installment in the letters series-- guess the people, places, and things involved with the letter W.
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Last updated: July 14, 2014
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A measure of electric power
Watt
Four US States
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Indiana Jones's weapon
Whip
Largest cetaceans
Whale
Written request for an arrest
Warrant
A wizard, magician or conjurer
Warlock
A dance with three beats per measure
Waltz
Crop-destroying insect
Weevil
Homeless or abandoned person
Waif
Rapidly rotating mass of water
Whirlpool
Chief administrator of a prison
Warden
Novel by Emily Bronte
Wuthering Heights
Five W's of journalism
Who
What
When
Where
Why
Synonym of soldier
Warrior
Palestinian territory near Jerusalem
West Bank
1840's obscure political party
Whig
Flying insect similar to a bee
Wasp
Four country capitals
Wellington
Windhoek
Warsaw
Washington D.C.
H20
Water
A handheld radio
Walkie-talkie
French-speaking region of Belgium
Wallonia
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Michigan = the _________ State
Wolverine
A small kangaroo
Wallaby
Creature who supposedly hunts under a full moon
Werewolf
Largest city in Manitoba, Canada
Winnipeg
Name for Nazi Germany's armed forces
Wehrmacht
This animal has thick blubber and tusks
Walrus
Like a dock or pier, used to tether ships
Wharf
UK country, its capital being Cardiff
Wales
Site of the famous stock exchange
Wall Street
Cake baked in an iron skillet
Waffle
Name of the current British royal family
Windsor
Mutual assistance treaty in East Europe
Warsaw Pact
A young puppy, cub or cat
Whelp
Famous tennis competition
Wimbledon
A edible, two-halved nut
Walnut
To cut shavings or bark off with a knife
Whittle
Cloth for the head worn by nuns
Wimple
The part of a candle that's lighted
Wick
Native American felt-covered hut
Wigwam
A strong desire to travel
Wanderlust
One, Two, and Seven fell down in 2001
World Trade Center
______ x height x length = volume
Width
Romanticized land of cowboys and saloons
Wild West
A furry, stout burrower of Australia
Wombat
One of the world's major film studios
Warner Bros.
The first one started in 1914, the second in 1939
World Wars
Tool for twisting nuts or bolts
Wrench
Bird with the longest wingspan
Wandering Albatross
English reformer who translated the New Testament
John Wycliffe
Chinese city with over 10 million inhabitants
Wuhan
Mozart's first name
Wolfgang
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Level 59
Jul 14, 2014
A waltz actually has three beats per measure, not four. Also, could you accept 'Washington D.C." for country capitals beginning with W?
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Level 68
Jul 14, 2014
Both mistakes have been fixed.
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Level 77
Jul 14, 2014
Width x lenght = area when you add a third dimension you get volume.
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Level 68
Jul 14, 2014
Shows math isn't my strong suit. It's been fixed.
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Level 69
Jul 14, 2014
country capital....Washington DC?
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Level 68
Jul 14, 2014
It's been added--- just a slight mistake.