Jeopardy December 27 2022 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy December 27 2022 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 Its title character is told by the time you are real most of your hair has been loved off…your eyes drop out & you get…shabby
2 2018: Felicity Jones as this groundbreaking attorney in On the Basis of Sex
3 John le Carré popularized this word; in a 1974 novel he defined it as an agent so called because he burrows deep
4 To shred cheese & ocho translated from Spanish
5 Singha beer from Thailand uses a mystical one of these beasts on its label
6 2008: Him as slain San Franciscan leader Harvey Milk
7 In Ruth Ware's thriller The Woman in Cabin 10 the cabin isn't in the woods but on one of these
8 A train still runs under the name Venice Simplon this but Istanbul to Paris costs $20000 for a twin cabin?! That's murder!
9 This mortal term refers to the prearranged location spies use to relay information without meeting
10 A response (well other than on Jeopardy!) & a terpsichorean
11 Goldstar & Maccabee are beers from this nation
12 2022: Tom Hanks as this manager of Elvis with a shadowy past
13 From chapter 1 of this classic: On a bright may morning in 1888 John Lord Greystoke and Lady Alice sailed from Dover...
14 Doc... are you telling me that you built a time machine... out of a this? & You can rent a replica for $2000 a day?!
15 Also a word for zero it's a method spies use to disguise messages by shuffling letters around
16 To confiscate by force & to goad (or to backcomb your hair a bit)
17 Trappist monks in this small European country make Chimay & use the income to support their charitable works
18 2010: Him as George VI in The King's Speech
19 His The World According to Garp & The Cider House Rules were both made into movies
20 This airline can take you first class from New York to London for about $6500; a trip on the same brand Galactic is more
21 The use of sexual wiles in espionage is called this which sounds like it would work against Winnie-the-Pooh
22 Arriving before the expected time & in a rotten irritable mood
23 First brewed in 1842 Pilsner Urquell from this Central European republic is based on a beer first made in the Middle Ages
24 2021: Her as Diana spending Christmas with the in-laws
25 This author of Waiting to Exhale says I write about what breaks my heart what I don't understand & what I wish I could change
26 In 2008 this alphanumeric Cunard ship set out with its last passengers with some berths going for more than $40000

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# Questions
1 The belief that members of the highest social ranks are duty-bound to help the poor is the crux of this 2-word French phrase
2 Weena an Eloi & Morlocks as the main guy really gets around
3 The name of this great river comes from words meaning place to paddle in the language of the Warao of Venezuela
4 A cow's cud-chewing ways gave us this word meaning to slowly think something over
5 Dr. Brodsky & Dim a Droog until he's very much not a Droog
6 On Truth Hurts Lizzo rhymes fresh photos with the bomb lighting & new man on this NFL team
7 This term for a dashing swordsman comes from his practice of striking his own shield with his sword during combat
8 Aptly 3 scientists shared the 1995 chemistry prize for work on this atmospheric gas made of 3 oxygen atoms
9 Charles Cheswick a patient who aids a rebellion at a mental ward & Miss Pilbow
10 Nothing to do with a gospel writer this word meaning tepid comes from Old English
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