Jeopardy February 14 2024 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 14 2024 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 Lizzo sang It's About Damn this
2 A seesaw is an example of this simple machine which is just a long beam on a fulcrum
3 In 1915 Richard Strauss brought in wind & thunder machines to conduct his work depicting a climb in these mountains
4 The road to hell is proverbially paved with these but that doesn't mean you shouldn't try to be nice
5 Stop thief! though we think of him just trotting around the bases after his home runs Mike trout led the A.L. in these in 2012 with 49
6 Here's the Alexander Mosaic with Darius III vs. the Great nicely preserved as it was found in 1831 in this doomed Italian city
7 Lawyers use it as a courtesy title
8 One book in the Fold & Fly series teaches how to make these; a 2007 M.I.A. song is named for them
9 Hear tunes from E.T.. Jaws & Always on the album he Donducts His Classic Scores for the Films of Steven Spielberg
10 Now an idiom for any sort of adventurous path this colorful route in a 1900 novel was very uneven at times
11 In 1995 Emmitt Smith ran for 25 touchdowns for this team but was far from its Lone Star
12 Hardanger Bokna & And (yes and!) are these long narrow sea arms in Norway
13 From the French it basically means enjoy your food!
14 During World War I Edith Wilson had a flock of these on the White House lawns--to cut the grass
15 Prokofiev conducted the U.S. premiere of his own classical symphony (less redundant than it sounds) at this NYC hall in 1918
16 Ray Charles started off a song with these 4 words; now it means scram!
17 In 2011 this Jamaican sprinter was too fast for some school zones hitting a top speed of 27.33 mph in a race
18 This Winter Olympics city is on the coast of the Black Sea near the Caucasus Mountains
19 It's now also a verb meaning to strike poses like a model
20 The original cover for The Rolling Stones album Sticky Fingers came with a functioning one of these fasteners
21 The first time audiences were taken on this ride was when Wagner conducted extracts from his Ring cycle in 1862
22 A child's game fronts this phrase used in politics for postponing a needed action
23 Badwater & the Lake Saroma 100K are two of these races whose name indicates you've got to run farther than 26.2 miles
24 We heart this heart-shaped island state 150 miles south of Victoria where you can have a devil of a time
25 Irish playwright J.M. Synge wrote of this of the Western World
26 A French word for hook gives us the name of this craft that uses a hooked needle
27 You can hear him lead the Columbia symphony in his Rite of Spring or the Columbia jazz combo in his Tango
28 You may have an enlightening moment on the road to this city like Saul did in the Bible
29 This Manchester City goal scoring master from Norway has been clocked at 22.5 miles per hour running down the field
30 This wedge-shaped country seems small next to its 2 giant S. Amer. neighbors but it has 5x more land than Holland & 5x fewer people
31 This organization the AOS for short is literally for the birds
32 Chartered by Congress in 1919 it's the largest veterans' organization in the U.S. with nearly 2 million members
33 This 1976 drama ends with the typed out words Gerald Ford to become 38th president at noon today
34 In 1972 Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a founder of this organization's Women's Rights Project; full name please
35 In a space oddity this singer was The Man Who Fell to Earth to save his own dying planet

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# Questions
1 Featured in a 2020 film she gets her name from a 16th c. Italian stock character who often wore diamond-patterned outfits
2 B is for this type of map that uses contour lines to show the oceans depths
3 Plumbers should know that the PE in PEX pipes stands for this the most widely used plastic in the world
4 The final stanza of this poem by Matthew Arnold begins Ah love let us be true to one another!
5 Rolling Stones 250 greatest guitarists put this Sleater-Kinney axewoman at No. 64 & called her a shameless guitar hero
6 Below the line on ancient coins the exergue is the space with the alliteratively named this mark here for the city of Siscia
7 This double-talk anti-colonial movement of the 1950s originated among the Kikuyu people of Kenya
8 This odd name chosen by the McPublic is now borne by a submersible that has gone deep under the Thwaites Glacier to study its ice loss
9 This rhyming device helps suck water from basements or crawl spaces
10 This Roman poet got sappy with it in Eclogues; Love conquers all: let us too yield to love
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