Jeopardy February 15 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 15 2023 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 The settling of the foundation of this medieval structure caused a slant of about 5.5 degrees by the 20th century
2 Caecilians & newts are members of this animal class
3 One of Canada's rarest stamps the 1851 12 pence black features a youth portrait of her
4 Its website says it opened in 1864 in the South End to educate its city's predominantly Irish Catholic immigrant community
5 Love Me Do You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' Where Did Our Love Go
6 The chirping noise of a bird or the app where people do a chirping
7 In 2022 a fire damaged some of the iconic Moai statues on this remote Pacific island
8 For their somewhat ursine looks the microscopic members of the class Eutadigrada are called water these
9 The 2017 Total Eclipse of the Sun stamp depicts a black disk that turns into this under the heat of a finger
10 In 1872 this New York school chose its official colors--pink & green; its students chose orange in 1890
11 Can't Help Falling In Love It Must Have Been Love How Am I Supposed To Live Without You
12 If you can name another 28-letter word with 3 Ts besides this church-related one we will also accept it with absolute awe
13 What has the face of a man but the body of a recumbent lion is 240 feet long & is carved out of limestone? This
14 The class Malacostraca includes crabs shrimps & homaridae the delicious true these
15 One of the most valuable U.S. stamps is the Inverted this the female nickname of the Curtiss JN-4 shown upside down
16 In 1926 this southern school enrolled about 650 full-time students but of all things a hurricane nearly put it out of business
17 Crazy In Love Promiscuous It Wasn't Me
18 Sounding like it will hold up to legal scrutiny this walk is taken daily
19 Some 275 separate waterfalls form this spectacular South American landmark whose name means great water
20 It's the tallest & heaviest member of the class Aves
21 The Skilled Hands for Independence series saluted wheelwrights leatherworkers blacksmiths & this job of Betsy Ross
22 The founder of this university willed his South Carolina home & 814 acres to start an agricultural college
23 Call Me I Can't Go For That (No Can Do) Baby Don't Forget My Number
24 One is said to die this way if they did not make a valid will
25 The holiest shrine in Islam is this one located in Mecca's Great Mosque
26 Members of the class Chondricchthyes include these
27 Included in a set of stamps celebrating American architecture was this Pennsylvania house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
28 The founder of what would be this univ. petitioned the Pennsylvania state assembly & got the a log cabin in 1787
29 Da Ya Think I'm Sexy? You're So Vain You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
30 From the Latin for abandoned it means lacking food clothing & shelter
31 In 1920 Detroit police officer William Potts had the idea to add this signal to make simple stop/go traffic lights safer
32 Dwight buys brown & gray balloons to match the conference room carpet for Kelly's birthday party on this show
33 Trapunto is a form of this craft of making bedcovers using multiple layers of cloth in high relief
34 After being in Frankish control for over 80 years this city fell to Saladin on Oct. 2 1187
35 With the help of crusaders who had stopped in Porto in 1147 Afonso I took this city from the Moors
36 S.D. state historian Doane Robinson's original idea for what became this was carvings of Western heroes including Native Americans
37 It's To him with Love in E.R. Braithwaite's title about a dedicated teacher in a tough London school
38 He styled himself Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa in General and Uganda in Particular
39 A Mexican entree ends this idiom that means the entirety
40 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was the idea of this current senator
41 This Gabriel Garcia Marquez novel takes place in South America amid the outbreak of disease
42 In 1827 the ruler of this North African capital hit a French diplomat with a fly whisk a pretext for the French to conquer the city
43 The institute named for this 18th c. Scot says his radical insight was that national wealth isn't gold but productive capacity
44 A mixture of Turks & Mongols this gleaming group took lands from the Carpathians to Siberia
45 2 extremities of a boat are in this nautical idiom for including everything


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# Questions
1 Churchill gave a word a new meaning when he called for a talk with Soviet Russia upon the highest level... a parley at this
2 Term for a type of large white blood cell that digests invading micro-organisms & also eats cell debris
3 India the leading milk producer in the world gets almost half of it from this beast not considered cattle
4 This beloved indie rock band took its name in 1984 from the way a Spanish-speaking outfielder says I got it
5 Many thought The Rite of Spring was just noise like the Augurs of Spring marked to be played this extra-loud way throughout
6 Sid & Marty Krofft produced 70s Saturday morning TV like H.R. Pufnstuf & this one where a family ends up in a time with dinosaurs
7 Wheres the president? a blundering Val asks this senator from Louisiana with a different middle name church & party
8 Found in the ear this small bone connects the tympanic membrane to the incus bone
9 From Australia & New Zealand this honey with a Maori name is said to have antibacterial properties
10 A song often heard in Spanish-speaking countries at Christmastime is this Sabanero meaning My Little Savannah Donkey is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc