Cry Over Spilt Milk
– There are four emoji icons to make four emoji words here, and they are pretty useful, as the saying is quite used in everyday talk. The images are: a crying emoticon, an arrow showing something falls down, a beer and a cow. You may cry over beer cows (for some reasons), but we usually “cry over spilt milk."
– This idiom is used in talks about past things that happened and which cannot be undone and the uselessness of feeling sorry about them.
– This emoji features a chair and the up arrow. In other words, sit – up (the chair is used for its functionality).
– A “sit up" is a physical exercise meant to strengthen your abdominal muscles.
– This one reads exactly how it looks like: you have a gun and a fire, and since you are looking for only one word, we have “gunfire."
– Gunfire or gunshot is the discharge of a firearm.
Girl Next Door
– This emoji covers for a well known idiom which is used in everyday conversations. The image shows a girl, an arrow pointing to the right, towards a door.
– A “Girl Next Door" is an American culture archetype used to describe a cute and kind girl people can meet in the most usual of circumstances, with the greatest results – in a romantic context.
Memoirs of a Geisha
– This is a fabulous emoji art to convey an equally fabulous emoji meaning. The picture shows an open book, the Japanese flag, a kimono and a soup bowl. It’s about the diary of a Japanese woman, perhaps?
– This is the title of a famous novel and movie about the life of a Japanese geisha before and after World War II.
– This emoji uses four icons to convey only one word, but in terms of communication efficiency, it looks like a complicated way to express a 9 – letters word. The image consists of a pig and a cow and two balls (basketball and football). If you interpret the domestic animals in terms of “meat", then you have your emoji meaning: meatballs.
– Minced – meat meatballs are common to many countries and cultures and they are served in various manners and combinations.
– This is not the first time we get the name of a cocktail to be conveyed by an emoji picture. This time we have a screw, a car and a cocktail glass so what do screws, drivers and drinks have in common?
– Since we have the cocktail glass in the picture, we’re sure this emoji refers to the screwdriver cocktail and not the tool. You know this drink also as “vodka – orange."
– This emoji reads by itself: baby – girl.
– While “baby girl" refers to an actual baby girl, modern language transformed this idiom into a term of endearment, as men call their girlfriends sometimes in this affectionate manner.
– This emoji picture shows a crocodile and a guitar, but “crocodile guitar" don’t fit the emoji words requested by the game. Instead, “crocodile rock" is what you are looking for.
– This is the name of a song by Elton John.
– The last emoji entry on our emoji game answers list is the “Citibank" emoji, a simple one, as it reads exactly what it looks like. It consists of a city image and a building with letters “BK" on it.
– Citibank is an American bank, part of the financial services company Citigroup.
This level didn’t come with many complex emojis which can be used in many alternative contexts. However, you may use all these Guess the Emoji Level 107 answers to remember a few emojis you can use in your daily conversations. Now let’s hurry up to the next level and see what the game has in store for us!