Jeopardy January 10 2023 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy January 10 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 In one 19th century translation she perceived the dawn of day and ceased speaking nearly 1000 times
2 The S train has but 2 stops shuttling across 42nd Street between Times Square & this landmark with much train activity
3 Given out on Memorial Day weekend the Borg-Warner Trophy goes to the winner of this race
4 Flatbush Avenue! The No. 2 train's stop for the college named for this borough! Please step away from the closing doors
5 The NHL's Selke Trophy goes to the forward who's best not at scoring but at this
6 Give my regards to Broadway remember me to this square named for an old-time newspaper & its stop on the D train
7 Mineral: SPY MUG
8 Serena Williams is a 3-time winner of the Coupe Suzanne-Lenglen given to the women's singles champ at this Grand Slam event
9 Head downtown on the 1 2 or 3 train to hit this street the Ho in SoHo & note its pronunciation
10 Vegetable: TACO HIKER
11 1929: Bachelor's in bio from Penn. College for Women; 1962: published Silent Spring first serialized in the New Yorker
12 Named for a onetime Brisbane Lions coach the Leigh Matthews Trophy goes to the MVP of the AFL this
13 If you want a day at the museum take the C train to 81st Street to enjoy this Night at the Museum museum
14 Rudyard Kipling described him as a mongoose rather like a little cat in his fur and his tail
15 Mineral: CUR MOUND
16 1916: University of Copenhagen professor of theoretical physics; 1922: Nobel Prize

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Latest Questions

# 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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