Jeopardy August 13 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy August 13 2021 answers and Solutions. We have just finished solving all the 7 crossword clues found today in the puzzle and we have listed them below. Simply click on any of the clues you are having difficulties finding the solution for and a new page with the answer will pop up.

# Question
1 Snake Island off Brazil's coast is filled with golden lanceheads a deadly pit type of this snake
2 In 1800 the second of these listed 5641 people living in the entire Indiana Territory
3 Boylston Street & Brookline Avenue will take you to parking for their home games
4 A Channel Island lends its name to this athletic shirt
5 In 1939 this statesman spoke of a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma
6 As the saying goes do this to me once shame on you; do this to me twice shame on me
7 Nothing strange here just another normal day on this island
8 In 2021 he became the USA's first second gentleman
9 This U.S. pro soccer team sounds like an energy drink
10 Apparel nickname for a Star Trek crew member who may not live to the second commercial break
11 A famous Sumerian riddle says a person enters this institution blind but comes out seeing
12 Opposite of keen it's often found compared to dishwater
13 Taal Lake has a volcanic island that has its own Crater Lake--all on Luzon island in this country
14 The second-largest moon in the solar system Titan orbits this planet every 16 Earth days
15 This baseball team whose name includes a shade of red is also known as the Redbirds
16 Simon Cowell is famous for wearing this letter-style T-shirt
17 The Sphinx plagued Thebes before this man solved its riddle
18 This compound avian term says you don't have one single idea in your tiny mind
19 More than 300 shipwrecks have earned Canada's Sable Island the nickname this of the Atlantic
20 Around 19 B.C. King Herod expanded the second of these & built a retaining wall that still stands today
21 This Midwest NHL team that plays its home games at the United Center won the Stanley Cup in 2013 & 2015
22 The guayabera is also known as the Mexican this festive event shirt
23 To pay up for a riddle solved this biblical strongman murders 30 men who had nothing to do with it and steals their stuff
24 It rhymes with a synonym for fast but describes a person empty of interest or originality
25 Miyake islanders have worn masks to thwart this element atomic No.16 prevalent in the air due to gassy Mount Oyama
26 Marquette Michigan is on this the world's second-largest lake by area
27 One in the NBA & one in the NHL these 2 pro sports teams are Golden
28 Cilice is another word for this type of shirt worn by monks for extra filth & discomfort
29 This Puccini princess of Peking vows to marry a man who can answer her 3 riddles; anyone who fails must die!
30 Also a Jethro Tull album title this 4-word rhyming phrase includes a building material
31 Seen here is a cover for one of the earlier editions of this Wells novel
32 They had meant to make a brand new start of it near the Hudson River but in November 1620 decided to stay on Cape Cod
33 By definition it's the relationship of a circle within a circle within a circle all sharing the same midpoint
34 Seen here in the Oceanus Procellarum is one of these ridges that shares a name with a skin feature of the aged
35 Named for their resemblance to coconuts cocotaxis roam the cities of this Communist island nation
36 Created in 2007 by the Library of Congress the first prize went to this One Trick Pony singer
37 Charles Ryder recalls members of the Marchmain family in this place Revisited
38 You'd think just 46th staters but folks from Kansas & Texas who went to California from 1933 to 1935 were also called these
39 They're the circus performers seen here
40 The darker areas on the Moon are called maria Latin for these
41 Vaporettos are water buses on the canals of this city
42 Born in Saginaw Michigan this 2009 honoree was recording with Motown Records at age 12
43 Like her more famous novel her Villette was also published under the name Currer Bell
44 Rome was sacked at least 7 times in its history including by Alaric & this Germanic people in 410 A.D.
45 This synonym for a magician comes from Latin for swear together
46 A catena is a chain of these depressions on the Moon the sites of impacts long ago
47 In 2012 London brought back a Routemaster this alliterative type of bus redesigned in time for the Olympics
48 In 2013 this singer-songwriter became the first woman to get the prize thanks to her Tapestry of hits
49 Michael Cunningham's The Hours is a contemporary retelling of this Virginia Woolf novel
50 Formed by the U.S. to help China in World War II the American Volunteer Group Air Corps was also known as these felines
51 It's another name for a candy store that also sells other sweets
52 There are lakes on the Moon like Lacus Felicitatis which NASA translates as the Lake of this
53 In Manila a jeepney is a mix of Jeep & this small bus both physically & etymologically
54 The 2014 Gershwin Prize concert honoring him included Boyz II Men performing his doo-wop tribute The Longest Time
55 The women in his Women in Love are Ursula & Gudrun who first appeared in The Rainbow
56 In 1662 King Charles II granted patronage to scientists & academics who had formed this group
57 It's a group of voters in a district or the district itself
58 Apollo 17 astronauts landed near a mountain called South this; you may be familiar with the Vinson one in Antarctica
59 Tourists are pushed around on toboggans without snow in the parish of Monte on this wine-y Portuguese island
60 In 2012 this man was honored along with songwriting partner Hal David


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1 Alabama 1968: This American Independent Party candidate
2 Maria Sibylla Merian advanced entomology in 1705's book this process of the Insects of Surinam which she illustrated
3 Charlie Chaplin banded together with 3 other moviemakers to found this studio in 1919
4 These brothers made their first public hot air balloon demonstration in southern France in 1783
5 It's the area where a company's top executives all have their offices
6 A scene from The Final Problem find Sherlock Holmes tussling with Moriarty on cliffs above these falls
7 Mississippi & South Carolina 1952
8 Jack Miner a pioneer of doing this to track birds began a tradition of adding Bible verses to create flying missionaries
9 Seen here Louis B. Mayer signs Clark Gable's Gone with the Wind contract with this studio Gable's home from 1931 to 1954
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