The Lone Ranger
– Three pictures for three emoji words! Let’s see what we have here: number 1, a man and a horse. This is not the most obvious emoji meaning you can find on this level, but keep in mind for future puzzles that number 1 may mean “one", “the first" and sometimes “the only" or “the lone." In this case, this is about a lone man riding a horse.
– This masked crusader is not your typical superhero, but he is a hero nonetheless. He is a masked cowboy (a Texas Ranger actually) fighting villains in the Wild West. His companion is Tonto, a Native – American friend and partner in the fight for justice.
Time is Up
– This picture shows a clock, an arrow pointing right and an index finger. You should think about the relationship between the clock (suggesting “time") and the finger (in this case used for “up").
– “Time is Up" is a commonly used idiom which announces that a certain period of time has finished or to suggest that some action should be employed immediately.
Life and Liberty
– Now this is a fine emoji art for an equally interesting concept. You have a picture of a child, a man and an old man, next to the Statue of Liberty icon. The first three pictures suggest the passing of time and life, ultimately, as they suggest the transition from childhood to old age.
– The saying “Life and Liberty" is just a part of a larger very famous phrase: “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness." This phrase belongs to the Declaration of Independence.
– You should recognize the building pattern of this emoji meaning – you have a lightning bolt and a guitar and, as you know, the bolt stands quite often for “electricity".
– In comparison to the classic guitar, the electric guitar is based on electrical impulses. The first electric guitar was invented in 1931 and was almost immediately adopted by jazz performers.
– Now this is a fun emoji and a pretty useful one, considering the concept is widely popular in literature and cinema. The picture shows a chick and a movie table, but it doesn’t suggest a movie about chicken.
– In slang, we call “chick flicks" those movies that revolve around romance and love stories and which are dedicated mostly to female viewers.
– This emoji features two identical images of a blonde boy. What do we call two identical people?
– We call “twins" two children who result from the same pregnancy. We all know that some twins are identical look-alikes, while others aren’t at all similar to each other. In cinema, you will find this name as the title of an iconic movie about twins, featuring the most unlikely (read “totally different") actors: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito.
– This interesting emoji features two icons we’ve seen before: a four leaves clover used to express “luck" and the box with the “out" arrow – used to suggest “out."
– To be “lucked out" means that your luck just ran out.
The Frog Prince
– Next on our emoji game answers list there’s the “frog prince" emoji. It features a frog and a crown.
– “The Frog Prince" is a fairy tale character created by Brothers Grimm. The character is a prince cursed to live in the body of a frog until a princess saves him with the power of her love and breaks the spell.
– Of course this concept deserved its own emoji art! We have an American flag, a man and a family of three members. If you take a leap from “American Family" and focus on the male figure in the middle, you will realize this is all about the head of the family.
– “American Dad" is an adult animated series created by Seth McFarlane. Just like many other McFarlane’s shows, this one is pretty well known for its political incorrectness.
– Level 67 ends with an interesting emoji which features a running boy and an ambulance. Keep in mind that the boy looks like he is running after the ambulance, so this is a powerful clue.
– You may think that an “ambulance chaser" is a driver that takes advantage of an ambulance speeding in the street and tails it closely. However, an “ambulance chaser" is a type of lawyer that seeks and solicits clients at disaster sites, accident sites and so on. It is a prohibited practice in the U.S.
Well, this was level 67 challenge of guessing and learning new emoji meaning. We hope you found our Guess the Emoji level 67 answers useful and fun to read. If you have any suggestions, observations or complaints, drop us a line, we’d be happy to hear from you!