Jeopardy February 16 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 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 In 2006 Julian Assange founded this secret-busting group much in the news in later years
2 In 2020 Dominic Thiem completed a comeback to win this event & became the first new male Grand Slam winner in 6 years
3 To defeat or to hit repeatedly like a drum
4 The first vegetables called potatoes were actually what we now call these potatoes
5 Michael Chabon's novel The Yiddish Policemen's Union has this country collapsing in 1948 & refugees moving to Sitka Alaska
6 Used by U.S. Marines in World War II the Alligator was an AAV this type of assault vehicle capable of moving on land & water
7 Uprisings in 2011 in Egypt & Libya were hallmarks of this pro-democracy season
8 In 2014 2015 & 2019 Novak Djokovic defeated this Swiss player in the Wimbledon final
9 To smooth metal with a tool or to put a document in its proper place
10 When the kernels are not removed corn is described with this 3-word prepositional phrase
11 Michael Morpurgo takes readers on a trip down the yellow brick road as seen through the eyes of this title canine
12 In a Persian legend 18000-foot Mount Damavand not Mount Ararat is given as the resting place of this
13 In 2003 billionaire Mikhail Khodorkovsky made the mistake of criticizing this leader who then locked him up
14 This 5-letter word means an extended exchange of strokes before a point
15 To inspect a place as a preliminary to robbery
16 Before polishing began most of the rice people ate was this color variety; now the term is used for a whole grain type
17 In 2020 this actor released the memoir No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality
18 The Shetland Islands' Up Helly Aa Festival celebrates the heritage of these seafarers with the burning of a dragon ship
19 After being trapped in a cave for more than 2 weeks in 2018 12 boys & their soccer coach were rescued in this country
20 At the 2012 French Open this Russian completed her career slam
21 To portion out food or to gossip
22 Due to the emergence of the vodka type the original martini now has this liquor in front
23 Dragon Teeth published after his 2008 death returned to the world of paleontology
24 Able to launch on land or sea the first hovercrafts were made to travel this narrow arm of the Atlantic
25 In 2008 scientists ran the first experiments using this device considered the biggest machine ever built
26 Teams representing different nations vie for this trophy named for its donor
27 To stride up & down or to set the speed of a race
28 The black type of this is the original type made from a plant; the black part was added when candy like Twizzlers came along
29 The Black Echo & The Black Ice are books by Michael Connelly featuring this maverick LAPD detective
30 In this German director's classic 1982 film Fitzcarraldo a boat is dragged through the Amazon jungle
31 Red Chuck Bomb & Matilda are these surly characters in a Rovio game app
32 This Land Is Your Land does cover the country from here to the New York island
33 Show Me you know it became the 24th U.S. state
34 With hiking & golf Cave Creek in the Sonoran Desert is a tourist draw just north of this state capital
35 One rope was very loose while the others had the proper tension described this 4-letter way
36 For a 1963 film he directed a seagull attack on Tippi Hedren
37 When this song written by an alumna is sung at Wellesley it goes and crown thy good with sisterhood
38 Long known as simply The Post this publication printed its first issue
39 Lake Forest Calif. was once known as El this for the bulls of a nearby ranch; a Marine air base in the area had the same name
40 As far as shades of purple go I prefer lavender while my wife prefers this color with a name derived from the French
41 Since 1894 this city has had a Parkland Hospital; a brand-new facility opened in 2015
42 Screech the eagle mascot of this MLB team won the President's Race once with the help of his cheating mascot friends
43 Music critic Jody Rosen has suggested this Bill Withers hit about taking care of each other
44 A Frenchman in Cairo discovered some neglected plants leading to the Egyptian type of this fabric
45 The Gulf Prairie Cemetery was his 1st resting place when he died in 1836; fittingly he was moved to the capital of Texas in 1910
46 One paper said the mime was clawed by the tiger; the other used this 6-letter word
47 Founded as N.Y. Cancer Hospital in 1884 today it's known as Memorial these 2 last names of ex-GM executives
48 Marco Polo told of this 3-letter bird of myth so large it could carry off gigantic beasts to have its supper
49 If it's got to be about the stars & stripes how about The Stars & Stripes Forever or George M. Cohan's You're A these 3 words
50 This country formally ceded Florida to the U.S. July 17 1821
51 Mount Desert Island Maine is where you'll find this national park
52 Oliver Hardy could be described as plump while Stan Laurel was this
53 Beginning in 1995 U.S. News ranked the heart program at this alliterative place in Ohio as No. 1 for 24 straight years
54 Several crows are decidedly uncivil to Dumbo singing this song with a 6-word title dismissive of his ability
55 This hymn adopted as the official song of the NAACP was played before the opening games of the 2020 NFL season
56 The 4th British king of this name had a lavish coronation with dress inspired by the Tudor & Stuart eras
57 Valley Stream New York is on Long Island in this county whose name brings the West Indies to mind
58 One painter artistically applied fine strokes to the canvas; another used these unskilled strokes


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1 The feline type of this disease is highly contagious but often curable
2 Any way you slice it Julia Roberts served up a fine performance early in her career as waitress Daisy in this 1988 film
3 Species of penguin in the Antarctic region include this one named for the black strip below its beak
4 A domesticated fowl of Southeast Asia may be the ancestor of this official state bird of Rhode Island
5 Fittingly the epitaph on Oscar Wilde's grave contains a quote from his last work this Ballad
6 After surrendering the throne in 1667 to his brother King Afonso VI of Portugal was banished to these Atlantic islands
7 You can tour Jameson's original one of these on Bow Street in Dublin
8 Its ensemble cast included William Hurt Kevin Kline Glenn Close & Meg Tilly
9 Plankton & these shrimplike crustaceans that can gather in vast swarms are essential to the food chain in Antarctic waters
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