No Soup For You
– This is a rather contextual emoji, if used in daily conversations, but this doesn’t mean it is not fun to guess. You have a stop sign, a bowl of soup, number 4 and an index finger pointing to the right. You can almost read this emoji word by word.
– This expression is used when somebody suddenly changes his / her mind about giving you something. The saying has emerged from a scene in the famous TV comedy series Seinfeld, the episode “The Soup Nazi."
– You probably need some emoji game cheats with this one, as the picture shows you a shining star, the explosion emoji and a candy. But what do they all mean when put together?
– Starburst may mean a very large number of things, but in this case, the emoji picture refers to a brand of fruit – flavored candy.
– This emoji meaning can be guessed if you assign an alternate meaning to each of the two images you’ve seen and interpreted before. We have a pill, used in this case to suggest “drug" and a donkey, used here to be read as “mule."
– A drug mule is a courier who smuggles drugs across the border. The term is used often in association with organized crime and trafficking operations, as drug mules are employed by drug dealing organizations.
Twelve Angry Men
– This emoji can also be read word by word. You have numbers 1 and 2, which stand for 12, an angry emoticon and a man.
– “Twelve Angry Men" is a cinema masterpiece starring Harry Fonda and following the jury debate on a murder trial. The movie was adapted from a television play of the same name.
– This is an emoji you might want to keep close, as the idiom it conveys is pretty commonly used. The emoji picture presents a snowflake and a chicken. Perhaps there’s no emji icon for “turkey", so chicken is what you get. The main idea is to read this emoji as “cold turkey."
– To go “cold turkey" means to give up on a bad habit or an addiction in a sudden manner, without employing a process. It is used when you talk about giving up smoking, alcohol or drugs from one day to the next. The term can be traced back to 1951, to an article in Time Magazine.
– Perhaps this emoji can also be read word by word. You have a basketball and the American flag. So what is “basketball America" in three letters? NBA, of course!
– For those outside the United States, let us tell you that the NBA is the most important and preeminent men’s professional basketball league in the U.S. It is also considered to be also the most important such league in the world.
Chinese New Year
– The next emoji meaning on our list of level 85 emoji game answers is the “Chinese New Year." You have a Chinese character in a box, the word “new" and a calendar sheet. This picture can be almost read literally to get to its meaning.
– The celebration of the Chinese New Year falls between January 21 and February 20. While the majority of the world celebrates the New Year in only one night, the Chinese organize a major festival also called “The Spring Festival."
– This emoji meaning is pretty obvious, as long as you follow the number one rule and find and alternate meaning for the speaker in the picture. This time, the speaker is put here to suggest “sound", while the wave means exactly what it looks like.
– If you have some knowledge of the physics of sound, you know that sound propagates as longitudinal waves which are generated by a sound source.
– This emoji meaning may also need an emoji game cheat sheet, as even if you have two horns and a mouth in the picture, it is not too easy to reach the correct solution.
– We call somebody a “loud mouth" a person who talks too much or says things he / she shouldn’t say.
– The last entry on our emoji game answers list is the “Twitter" emoji, consisting of a bird and number 140. This is not so hard to guess, is it?
– In case you didn’t know, Twitter supports a large variety of emojis to be used when updating your status.
Now that you’ve finished browsing through all the Guess the Emoji Level 85 answers, tell us if you found the emoji puzzles hard or easy to solve. Admittedly, some were built on patterns you have seen before, while others were rather surprising. Let us know your thoughts on our resource pages, we’d love to hear from you!