Jeopardy December 16 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy December 16 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 This longest tributary of the Mississippi River is known as Big Muddy
2 A variation on LBD LWD stands for this perhaps a summer wardrobe staple
3 Mid-century Lorenzo Ghiberti completed his set of bronze baptistery doors with Old Testament scenes called The Gates of this
4 Once upon a time Robin Wright played Buttercup in this film scripted by William Goldman
5 The expression about knowing these comes from sailors who had to be familiar with the details of the rigging
6 Of the Earth's seasons this one fits the category
7 The poet Tibullus called this city Urbs Aeterna
8 The woven ridges in corduroy are also called these; very narrow ones are pinthese
9 After this flagship ran aground in 1492 Christopher Columbus ordered that its wreckage be used to build a fort on Hispaniola
10 In one of the original slasher films Janet Leigh is killed off just 20 minutes into this 1960 thriller
11 This Kenny Rogers song says You got to know when to hold 'em know when to fold 'em
12 A sepulcher for one
13 Runnymede England is sometimes referred to as the Birthplace of this document
14 A drawstring can help create the ruffled waist seen here & called this like an item to hold your purchases
15 2 short years after attending Charles VII's coronation at Reims she was burned at the stake
16 Film in which De Niro as Travis Bickle asks You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?
17 This play character says when the wind is southerly he knows a hawk from a handsaw
18 The 17th century painting seen here depicts Anthonij de Bordes & his this whose name is not given
19 The French are known to refer to this peak as The White Lady
20 For the 2021 Met Gala Billie Eilish wore a gown whose 15-foot train was made of this netted fabric used for veils & tutus
21 At the tender age of 13 this member of the Borgia family was married off to Giovanni Sforza
22 In a 1967 film Charles Bronson & Jim Brown are among this title group of 12 who are trained by Lee Marvin for a war mission
23 This insurance company says We know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two
24 When it precedes oath this serious word refers to a legal agreement
25 In 1914 Syria was one of the few remaining bits of this empire dubbed The Sick Man of Europe
26 A type of Greek robe gives us this word for the skirt-like addition to the top seen here
27 Noted for his brutality & fanaticism he was made Grand Inquisitor in Spain in 1483
28 This Kurosawa film about a crime told from multiple points of view is credited with introducing Japanese cinema to the Western world
29 To have knowledge in a particular field is to know these veggies though some say the word is a reference to a lexicographer
30 Now an adjective for the middle class it originally referred to someone from a French borough
31 360 to 300 million B.C. is sometimes called the Age of these nonflowering spore-producing plants
32 The group Drive-By Truckers scorned these 2 things often said to be with the victims of mass shootings
33 A burglar's booty & a screwdriver or hammer
34 All animals possess this protein that keeps skin firm & is used as a dietary supplement & cosmetic lip injection
35 The Greek for mushroom gives us this word for the study of fungi


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# Questions
1 This 1950 absurdist play by Eugene Ionesco consists mainly of meaningless dialogues between 2 couples
2 A prequel series to Battlestar Galactica was named for this planet
3 The Topkapi Palace begun by Sultan Mehmed II around 1460 & now a museum
4 Found just south of the North Carolina border 4784-foot Brasstown Bald is the highest point in this state
5 The German work Songs of this structure for hanging people actually contains jolly nonsense like the sniffle
6 Etheria is the planet where this title cartoon Princess of Power fights the evil horde
7 The Edmund Pettus Bridge site of a bloody 1965 confrontation
8 In one Norse myth Loki tricks the god Hoder into throwing a sprig of this parasitic plant at the beloved god Balder killing him
9 Beloved nonsense words include this creature that Pooh & Piglet track through the snow--or is it a Wizzle?
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