Jeopardy July 16 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy July 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 We will always love this late great singer who got her first record offer while still in high school
2 The B in G.B. Shaw
3 Under the law of this habitat there are no rules & the strongest will win out
4 1.0567 quarts & scattered rubbish on the street
5 Proverbially It's always darkest just before this but when you think about it... not really
6 We'll get sporty in this nation with a 1964 Olympic site at Innsbruck & a Formula 1 race at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg
7 As a high schooler in Freehold New Jersey he played with a group called the Castiles
8 The J in J.K. Rowling
9 Rule by military authority it was declared in Chicago following the Great Fire of 1871
10 Not on time & hot espresso with steamed milk
11 The electric industry uses the standard abbreviation POCBS power outage caused by these rodents
12 A visit to this New Jersey capital will include a look at the Douglass House site of a council of war held by Washington in 1777
13 This Aberdeen Washington local ran track & played drums in his school band before becoming the face of grunge
14 The F in F. Scott Fitzgerald
15 An office that monitors this law ensuring protection for authors' rights is part of the Library of Congress
16 Bestowed excessive love & the line on which you sign
17 In a 10-fight run from 1985 to '86 this heavyweight had 9 first-round knockouts; the 10th came in round 2
18 Let's check out this temple complex in Cambodia built by King Suryavarman II in the 1100s
19 Though his life was tragically cut short the legacy of this California kid the first Chicano rock star lives on
20 The B in W.B. Yeats
21 Sir Isaac Newton's 3 laws of this laid the foundation for classical mechanics
22 Jumped forward from one foot to the other in ballet & jumped onto a 747 & took off
23 Hypnos was the Greek god of sleep; he was Hypnos' son who brought men their dreams & maybe a way out of the Matrix as well
24 Though this West African country has a word for lion in its name it's the chimpanzees we're going there to see
25 No fooling this punk poet was voted her class clown
26 The S in T.S. Eliot
27 Prices go up or down based on the law of these 2 things regarding the amount of goods available versus the desire for them
28 More attractive & a single-masted sailing vessel
29 How about some applause for this light-killing device that debuted in 1984 one of Time magazine's top 100 all-time gadgets
30 We'll jet to the middle of a vast desert & find ourselves in this wealthy capital with a name meaning a place of gardens
31 Paine apprenticed to his father for 7 years making these tight-fitting shaping undergarments for women
32 According to this 1st gospel at the moment of the crucifixion bodies of saints came back to life & walked out of their graves
33 This large colorful mammal's heart rate was first recorded in 2019: as low as 2 bpm while diving up to 37 bpm when coming up for air
34 Pioneering California architect Julia Morgan designed several residences for this man including his San Simeon Castle
35 The land of Oz before & after Dorothy dropped in
36 Rhinology isn't the study of the Rhine River but of this body part & its related diseases
37 Paine wrote I do not believe in the Catholic or the Protestant creeds; my own mind is my own this
38 Before bringing Jairus' daughter back to life Jesus tells her weeping family she is not dead but is only this
39 The Supreme Court ruled you cannot patent natural genes like the BRCA1 & BRCA2 ones named for this type of cancer
40 Here is this architect outside his famous pyramid
41 A junkyard on the night of the Jellicle Ball
42 The etymology of entomology reveals that it's the study of these creatures
43 This Philadelphian met Paine in London & helped him emigrate to America by giving him letters of introduction
44 When Eutychus dies after falling out of a window listening to a sermon the speaker this apostle brings him back to life
45 Born hearing-impaired in 1653 Joseph Sauveur studied sound vibrations & coined this word for the science he pioneered
46 In the 1600s Inigo Jones introduced town planning to London by creating this Garden considered London's first city square
47 The small village of Anatevka in Russia
48 Malacology is the study of mollusks; this is the specific study of mollusk shells
49 A Captain America movie got its title by contrasting this Paine phrase meaning someone who only fights when it's pleasant outside
50 King Saul gets a witch to summon this Hebrew prophet back to life for encouragement but he only foretells doom for Saul
51 Percival Lowell thought he saw these on the surface of Venus--some think it was a reflection of the blood vessels in his eye
52 Oscar Niemeyer's Museum of Contemporary Art in this his native country is a landmark of modern architecture
53 In & around the royal palace in Bangkok in the 1860s
54 It's the branch of criminology dealing with prison management & criminal rehabilitation
55 Paine defended the French Revolution in this work that was a response to Edmund Burke's hostile Reflections
56 Before he was taken up into heaven in a whirlwind this prophet revived the son of a widow he was staying with
57 In addition to its acidity one reason honey doesn't spoil is that an enzyme in bees helps produce this compound H2O2 a germicide
58 Appropriately this French-born man's grave at Arlington overlooks the city beyond which he designed & laid out
59 Mushnik's skid row florists
60 From the Greek for death it's the study of death & dying


"Jeopardy!" is a classic game show -- with a twist. The answers are given first, and the contestants supply the questions. Three contestants, including the previous show's champion, compete in six categories and in three rounds (with each round's "answers" being worth more prize money). In the third round, "Final Jeopardy," the contestants can name their own jackpot -- as long as it's within the amount of money they've already earned. If a player finishes the second round with zero dollars, they are eliminated from "Final Jeopardy." The first version of "Jeopardy!," which aired from 1964 to 1975 on NBC, was hosted by Art Fleming. Alex Trebek is the current host; he began with the program in 1984 (at the start of its syndicated run).

Latest Questions

# Questions
1 Leafy greens are rich in this vitamin needed to synthesize clotting factors; blood thinners may counteract its activity
2 Home to a wildlife refuge this saline sea in the Colorado Desert is California's largest lake in surface area
3 Quetzalcoatl was worshiped at Tula also called Tollan by this people from whom the Aztecs claimed descent
4 A blessing from the Sermon on the Mount
5 In 1987 a month after her 16th birthday this single-named singer topped the charts with I Think We're Alone Now
6 After the death of his wife Julia this member of the First Triumvirate turned against his father-in-law Julius Caesar
7 If mango skin makes your lips tingle it's a reaction related to the rashes you might get from touching this toxic vine
8 A Seminole reservation & the communities of Belle Glade & Pahokee are found around the shores of this lake
9 Appearing as a swan to Leda Zeus became a dad to at least one of these twins the Dioscuri; obviously that's complicated
10 Many over-40 folks wear these to compensate for presbyopia 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