Eye for an Eye
– This first emoji almost reads as it looks like, but you need to tweak a little the literal meaning of the icons. You have eyes – number 4 – eyes, so read this emoji picture as “eye for an eye."
– This expression is also known as “the retaliation law" and means that you equally repay a harm done to you.
Eye to Eye
– This second emoji featuring eyes and numbers actually reads what it looks like, with no leap necessary to be taken: you have eye – to – eye, and this is the correct answer, even if the icons show a pair of eyes.
– “To see eye to eye" with somebody means that you agree on a given topic.
– This emoji is interesting, as the emoji picture shows the icon that conveys the word, and a supplemental icon, also. We have a castle and a crown and all you need to guess is “castle."
– There are many contexts you can use the word “castle" into. Maybe you talk about a real castle, or the TV series of the same name, or many other things…
– We think we are still in the cinema world, or at least this is what this emoji suggests. The image features a pair of scissors and two open palms, and you can read this emoji literally: scissor – hands.
– This emoji has to refer to the famous Edward Scissorhands, one of the best and most iconic collaborations between director Tim Burton and superstar Johnny Depp.
– Next on emoji on our emoji game answers list is the “fisheye lens" emoji, featuring a fish on a hook, a pair of eyes and a looking glass. You can read this one almost literally too, if you attribute to the looking glass the meaning of “lens."
– A fisheye lens is a photographic device, a lens attached to a photo camera and used to obtain some special effects, such as a panoramic view or a hemispherical image.
– What do you get when you put together a drop of water and a boy? “Drop Boy" doesn’t work, but “Water Boy" is exactly what you need.
– A water boy is almost like a ball boy: a young kid sitting on the side during sports competitions and whose role is to provide water to the athletes. This role is more specific to the United States. As a pejorative term, this idiom refers to somebody who is faithfully serving somebody else, a CEO, a politician and so on. Being told that you are somebody’s water boy is not really a compliment.
– This emoji is pretty easy to understand if you remember at all times to first speak the words in the pictures: snow (suggested by the snowflake) and angel.
– Children making snow angels in fresh snow – there is something so sweet, so pure in this winter fun activity, even adults succumb to childhood memories and make some larger snow angels of their own.
– This is that type of emoji that needs an emoji cheat sheet with it, as the connection between letter X, an “over" arrow and a basketball is pretty vague. It is a sports term, maybe, if we take the ball as a clue, but the image reads, approximately as: cross (coming from the X) and over – coming from the arrow.
– In basketball a crossover dribble is a basketball move.
– A beautiful concept needs to be conveyed by an elegant emoji puzzle. You have a honey jar and a crescent moon. When put together, they stand for a word all lovers and newlyweds love deeply.
– Did you know there are over 10 movies titled “Honeymoon" and many more having this word in the title? Add plenty of songs, book titles and other different uses and imagine how popular this term really is.
– There are four emoji icons to convey two words. They are pretty long to type, granted, so maybe the emoji works faster when you want to talk about this topic. The picture shows a white circle, put here for “white", a Santa, a Christmas tree and a present. The last three icons stand for “Christmas", although one or two of them would have been more than enough.
– Besides its literal meaning, this expression is used to title a great number of arts and entertainment productions.
We hope these Guess the Emoji Level 115 were useful to you! Now that you learned many new emoji words in the fields of arts and entertainment, it’s time to move up to the next challenge!