Charade. This is quite distinct from a riddle or an enigma; and is made, or acted, as the case may be, by taking the several syllables of a given word, each having a different meaning, and describing them separately, and afterwards the whole word. As, per example : If you have watched the rolling seas, or gazed upon the sky, [searching eye.
My first cannot have failed to meet your everBeneath the brow - the noble brow - of yon stupendous tower, [proaching hour. My Second's seen - a warning true of night's ap-My whole is found in wood and dale - a pretty little gem, That is, in my opinion, fit, to grace a diadem.
Ans. - Blue-bell.