Test your knowledge in
one-of-a-kind on-line quiz.
Who's the Boss: TV Comedies
In which popular sitcom was each of the bosses a major character?
Tennis Glossary: Hitting the Ball
Can you pair each tennis term with the kind of stroke it describes?
's 50 Best High School Movies
We've given you teen characters on the left, now you match each set to the film on
's list in which they appear.
Match each notable emperor or king with his realm.
Non-Network TV Series: The Female Characters
In which hit cable or internet series are each trio of female characters among the main players?
Match each M-initialed city to the country of which it is the capital.
, a Vocabulary Quiz
Please pair each word beginning with POR with its definition.
"Dancing with the Stars" Champions
Match the star and the professional dancer who partnered to win the coveted Mirror Ball trophy.
Matching Shades, Too
Can you play decorator again and match the two shades of the same color?
Pair the superhero with the actor who has played him in one or more movies that have grossed over $300,000,000 since 2012.
Musical Royalty -- The Queens
Which famous singer has been titled "The Queen of" each musical genre in the first column?
Rivers of the United States -- In the Beginning
In which state is the source of each of these major American rivers located?
New York Times
#1 Nonfiction Bestsellers
Can you draw a line from each list-topping nonfiction book to its author(s)?
Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, ___, Do
Where's the TI? At the end of each of these 10 words for the solver to define.
Favorite Children's Literature Characters -- The Girls
Can you pair each beloved character with the author who created her?
Categorically Speaking: European Cities
Match the two large cities that are in the same European nation.
Billboard Hot 100 #1 Hits, 2016
You'll "Love Yourself" when you score a perfect 10 by matching the hit with the artist(s) who took it to the top of the chart.
Men and Women Athletes in the Same Sports
Team the man and woman who have starred in the same sport.
New York Times
#1 Fiction Bestsellers
Match each list-topping novel from last year with its author.
In this vocabulary quiz, you'll be seeing double as you define words each made up of a letter sequence repeated twice.
More Match Quizzes
More recent puzzles have higher numbers.
Copyright © 2002-2019 All-Star Puzzles. All rights reserved.