Jeopardy December 04 2020 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy December 04 2020 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 This nickname for New York City was used by Washington Irving; Bruce Wayne put it before City
2 This religion spread in southeast Asia with the help of the king of Malacca who converted around 1430 & became a sultan
3 A dog command or to make someone feel better via medicine
4 For water it's 100 degrees Celsius
5 Kenner's Star Wars action figures have included this droid complete with pop-up lightsaber
6 The Donut by Michael Krondl says the treat became popular with this profession back when all-night food options were few
7 Poughkeepsie is The Queen City of this river
8 Before the Industrial Revolution people worked from home in what's called this kind of house industry
9 Stop the car or smash to bits
10 In 1958 this trade magazine launched the Hot 100 the gold standard for ranking popular songs
11 A Disney doll of this Tangled character comes with a brush
12 Milk & powdered sugar are Mark Bittman's 2 ingredients for this 5-letter substance that covers many a Krispy Kreme donut
13 Slowly I turned... to this Honeymoon Capital of the World
14 Mao said Never forget this Marxist struggle; 2 years after he died China kind of got amnesia & moved toward capitalism
15 To favor one position over another or released an exasperated sound
16 This NBA center's 1962 scoring record of 100 points in a single game still stands today
17 You can get a 12 plush version of this Bullwinkle pal which must be nearly life size
18 In Israel jelly donuts are the traditional food during this winter holiday
19 Second only to New York City in population this western port is the Nickel City
20 Developed in Germany in the 1450s this information technology next moved on to Italy
21 To twist hair or made a sound like a donkey
22 In a non leap year the 100th day falls on this date
23 This brother doll joined his sister in 1920
24 Your basic donut shop donut is made with yeast; this crispy type named for a different treat uses baking powder
25 Sharing its name with a European capital it was known as Copper City for its production of that metal
26 Despite a Soviet blockade this operation brought food to a war-ravaged city in 1948 to the delight of the kids
27 Join a gathering or deliver justice
28 The oldest person ever to serve as a U.S. senator he was 100 when he retired in 2003
29 In the 1980s this Brite was the name of an animated series & of a doll clad in stripes of red blue yellow & other colors
30 The doughboys of the WWI U.S. Army were grateful for the Donut Lassies of this Army
31 Wheezing is a common symptom of this lung disorder; a global initiative brings awareness of it annually on the first Tuesday in May
32 I Dreamed A Dream in Les Miserables
33 The Antonov AN-2 a model of this old-style stack-wing aircraft was produced until 2001
34 Adjective for school activities held outside of class & after regular hours
35 Ten thousand eyes were on this baseball player as he rubbed his hands with dirt
36 The Danube River may be famously blue but it rises in a forest & empties into a sea both named for this color
37 Motrin is a brand of this nonsteroidal anthnflammatory drug used to treat fever & muscle aches
38 All That Jazz in Chicago
39 Most of the 1400-mile highway named for this U.S. state runs through Canada
40 It's the act of a country taking state control of what had been a privately owned industry
41 The Pussy-Cat marries him in an Edward Lear poem & they danced by the light of the moon
42 On Yemen's Socotra Island there's a forest of this mythical animal's blood trees named for the deep red color of their sap
43 Estrogen alone or along with progesterone is what menopausal women get as this therapy HRT for short
44 The Weary Kind in Crazy Heart
45 This cargo-carrying boat can get very large; Gaston in Beauty and the Beast says I'm roughly the size of one
46 Someone who playfully signals romantic interest has this quality
47 In an epic poem this king of the Geats drinks mead & fights a monster
48 The Painted Desert Inn is in this Arizona Forest also a national park named for ancient groves
49 The bone marrow doesn't produce enough blood cells in the aplastic type of this disease
50 Audition (The Fools Who Dream) in La La Land
51 In 1868 this man's company launched the Delmonico a dining car named for the swanky Manhattan restaurant
52 The condition of 2 people so different by nature that they are not able to work or live together harmoniously
53 In The Divine Comedy this Roman poet guides Dante through hell & purgatory
54 A forest north of Stratford shared this name with the forest in As You Like It
55 Whether you get a DT vaccine or a TD vaccine you are being protected from tetanus & this infectious disease
56 I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face in My Fair Lady
57 Train time: this 5-letter word is the distance between the 2 rails; the standard is 1.435 meters
58 This adverb means nevertheless or in spite of; it doesn't mean fully seated
59 Two vast and trunkless legs of stone stand in the desert & belong to this title king in a Shelley poem
60 Joseph Conrad called the Ituri Forest on the shores of this major river the heart of darkness

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