Who am I? - a secure riddle

EnderX 05/15/2018. 2 answers, 2.268 views
riddle word rhyme

In original form, I'm a refuge for beasts.

Cut off my head, and I can hold forth a feast.

Remove it again, and my skills I will show.

Do so once more, and to me train drivers go.

And in conclusion, though it seem rather odd-

Tie my first heads to my tail, and I shall be favored of God.

2 Answers


Rand al'Thor 05/15/2018.

I think you must be

STABLE.

The title makes sense because

stable can be a synonym for secure.

In original form, I'm a refuge for beasts.

A stable is where beasts might find refuge.

Cut off my head, and I can hold forth a feast.

A table can hold a feast.

Remove it again, and my skills I will show.

One who is able has many skills.

Do so once more, and to me train drivers go.

Apparently this one's an American thing: BLE.

And in conclusion, though it seem rather odd-

Tie my first heads to my tail, and I shall be favored of God.

Perhaps this means blest (an alternative form of blessed).


ManyPinkHats 05/15/2018.

The answer is:

STABLE (stable, table, able, BLE, blest)

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