Think of a movie based on a stage adaptation of a book. Take the first name of the leading actor in the movie, and change the last letter to get the last name of the author of the book. Who are they?
Think of two words: 1) somewhere you might go if you’re feeling too much pressure, and 2) something you might do if you’re feeling too much pressure. Put them together, add a space, and you’ll get something that would come in handy if you have too little pressure.
Think of two well-known seamen, both four letters. The first two letters of one name are the last two letters of the second. The other two letters in each name appear consecutively in the alphabet. Who are they?
Think of a name-brand toy for kids, in 5 letters. Remove a letter and anagram what remains to get a part of the body that is often injured by this toy. What toy and body part are these?
Think of a Fortune 100 company. When spoken aloud, this company's name contains the species of animal (in two syllables) that serves as the company's mascot. What's the company?
Take the full name of a famous American jazz musician. Change one letter in his first name, and you’ll end up with two words that describe people you’d find in a kitchen.
Think of a musician who still performs but was most popular in the 1980s. One of his biggest hits describes a specific setting. The first 3 letters of the musician's last name are also something conventionally said (by two different people) in this setting. What's the song and who’s the musician?
Think of a place where you might find outlets. Turn the first letter 180° and you’ll end up with a word for another place where you might find an entirely different kind of outlet. What words are these?
Think of a hyphenated word for a kind of book that contains salacious details. Remove four of the same letter from that word, and what remains will be a word for the kind of content you'd find in such a book. What are the words?
Think of an animal in 6 letters, and two things you might feed that animal. Say those three words together aloud, in that order, to get the full name of a famous literary character. What character is it?
Think of two six-letter words that each start and end with a T. Swap the two syllables of one of them, and phonetically, you’ll get a synonym of the other. What are the two words?
Think of a superhero. Take their alter ego's last name, and the last word of their nickname, and together you’ll get the full name of a living actor. That actor’s most famous role kind of sounds like a superhero, …
What is a word for something you might eat at a roast, or something you might do at a roast?
Take the codes for two of USA’s busiest airports. Add a single letter to each code and you’ll get the name of a movie & TV producer, director, and writer, who won an Oscar in 2018. Who is it?
Think of two words, 1 letter & 5 letters, that might kick off a sincere speech at a wedding. Change one letter, and move the space, to get two new words that might also begin a speech at a wedding, this time by someone a little more snarky.