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Quiz No. 27   Find the ‘P’ Words

A fun quiz that tests general knowledge and vocabulary. All the answers begin with the letter ‘P’
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The P Quiz

1. Spuds –  
2. A Greek good with figures –  
3. A Jumper –  
4. Line around a ship, or a light shoe –  
5. A bird out of breath –  
6. J.B. the novelist and playwright –  
7. A smallish fruit filed with reddish jelly-like seeds –  
8. A planet and a cartoon dog –  
9. Harold the modern playwright –  
10. Southend’s is the longest –  
11. Used in origami –  
12. A deadly substance –  
13. A boy who never grew up –  
14. The bringer of a civil court case –   
15. A vandal who burns down buildings –   
16. A maker of vases and bowls –  
17. Talking to God –  
18. The sport of princes and kings –
19. On a roof or in Tunbridge Wells –
20. Dried and fragrant materials in a container –  
21. Eight to a gallon –  
22. Said to be nine in our solar system –  
23. Olive’s strong man boyfriend, eater if spinach –  
24. Marks in a sentence to make easier reading –  
25. Agricultural implement for turning the soil –  
26. Oil, acrylic, water based –  
27. Bird with long brightly coloured tail feathers –  
28. Young bog messenger in a book? –  
29. A Cornish pie? –  
30. Wax for making a smooth, clean surface –  
31. Dicken’s writer of papers –  
32. Study of human behaviour –  
33. King David wrote many of these songs –  
34. Ian, the protestant Irish minister –  
35. Son of a king –  
36. A lowly boy who swapped with a king’s son –  
37. An old weight or a coin –  
38. Thieves of the sea –  
39. Algae that floats near the surface –  
40. A whistle blower who led rats and children –  
41. Throw something or set up a tent –  
42. A picture cut into many different shapes –  
43. Old fashioned paraffin stove –  
44. Recording of a scene on paper or disc –  
45. Emily, the suffragette –  
46. Irish national saint –  
47. A card game based on 21 –  
48. Sir Robert who established the police force –  
49. Early American national detective agency –  
50. Food for the Cinema –  
51. Samuel, the diarist –   
52. Lester the jockey –  
53. The earth has two –  
54. Enoch, the controversial politician –  
55. Part of the Iberian peninsula –  
56. A box or a tablet –  
57. Home of the Eiffel Tower  -  
58. Grand, baby or upright musical instrument –  
59. Flanders reminder flower –  
60. Gasoline –  
61. Five sided Defence U.S. Department –  
62. Finely minced meat paste –  
63. To be turned to stone or be scared silly –  
64. Rooftop apartment –  
65. Punishment in rugby or soccer  -  
66. Sweet or in a pod or made into soup –  
67. Leaves turning carbon dioxide into oxygen –  
68. A bearer of cones, or to waste away –  
69. Telling lies on court on oath –  
70. Slaked line, sand and water mixture –