What is that which, supposing it’s greatest breadth to be four inches, length nine inches, and depth three inches and contains a solid foot?

Riddle: What is that which, supposing it’s greatest breadth to be four inches, length nine inches, and depth three inches and contains a solid foot?

To solve this riddle, we must pay attention to the measurements. We need to think about the “inches”, and what could these means? Since certain measures such as “breadth to be four inches, length nine inches,” are used, we can assume that we are talking about an object that contains this mensuration on average and should be known by everyone.

 

The biggest clue to solve riddle is the word “foot”. A foot should be able to fit this item, and the most common thing we use for our feet is “shoe”. In addition, all units of measure used are, on average, the size of a shoe.

Answer:  A shoe.


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