Jeopardy May 04 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy May 04 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 Formed some 10000-15000 years ago & with an average depth of only about 150 feet its named for a man who sailed through it in 1728
2 Meaning to deflate or ridicule another taking this out of them alludes to shirt stiffeners
3 In 1896 about 400 people lived in this city on Biscayne Bay; today it's Florida's second-largest city behind Jacksonville
4 When they were in the field this guy rose up against this guy his brother and slew him; ye shall name them both
5 The largest drop on a wood-tracked one of these is 180 feet on Goliath at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee Illinois
6 Humans: Very famous humans including the annual Most Arousing Male Human Still Breathing
7 A 2-time Olympic gold medalist in the heptathlon she was named for Jacqueline Kennedy
8 When this word from tennis comes before compliment it's an insult concealed as praise
9 Time to make some space and don this cape seen here
10 This stone-slinging man also smote the land and left neither man nor woman alive
11 1.5 million high school students took this test in 2021 with an average score of 1060
12 She: Always in fashion & en Français S'il vous plaît!
13 Middle name used by first baseman Willie Aikens; he was born just after another Willie's heroics in the 1954 World Series
14 All aboard this an expression for an easy & lucrative job that begins with a turkey topper
15 You can wear your Crocs as you see the gators in this national park established in 1947 at Florida's southwestern tip
16 Then the Lord rained upon these 2 sinful cities brimstone and fire
17 A 2022 count of living U.S. veterans included about 170000 from this war
18 Adequate Home Maintenance: Will you give your approval to its seal?
19 Last name of Luke a player or coach with 3 California NBA teams; he was named for his father's teammate Maurice Lucas
20 This phrase describes a Toll House product's lack of structural integrity or any inevitable thing
21 Each September this very old city reenacts the 1565 landing of its founder Pedro Menéndez de Avilés
22 The jawbone of an ass is an unusual choice for a weapon but this guy slew a thousand men with one in Judges 15
23 These organs accounted for nearly 60% of all U.S. transplants in 2022
24 Sophisticated: Take our quiz on its famous quizzes!
25 Born in 1958 baseball legend Rickey Henderson was named after this teen idol pop singer of the day
26 This canine term is used of a long involved story that typically has an unsatisfying ending
27 This city bears the name of the man who led a military installation built in 1838 during the Second Seminole War
28 This first 2-part epistle says Thrice was I beaten with rods once was I stoned
29 The conifers cry Come back to those who left this Arkansas city's metro area--from 2010-2020 it lost 1/8 of its people
30 An Ocean: Dive into politics pop culture tech & other stuff
31 In 1887 Margaret & William Alexander named their son a future hall of fame pitcher for this president
32 Sally Rooney's Normal People
33 Infamous due to the murder there of 2 young princes the Garden Tower at the complex gained this sanguine name in the 16th century
34 Table salt isn't made up of molecules but of lattices composed of ions of these 2 elements
35 Dating from 1916 the Cannery Row one of these train-ending cars is an attraction in Monterey California
36 The 2022 film version of this antiwar novel by Erich Maria Remarque received 9 Oscar nominations
37 A VDT is one of these modern devices (I think I'm getting eyestrain!)
38 Buddenbrooks & The Book Thief
39 A balcony is named this princess' Walk where she would stroll while imprisoned there by her half-sister Queen Mary
40 P & S are types of these waves from Greek for shake
41 The rail car named Ferdinand Magellan carried FDR 50000 miles in 2 years; his last journey was to this state in late March 1945
42 (I'm Reggis Watts.) In addition to music I had done some stand-up & sketch work but found the type of comedy I wanted to perform in this 2001 wet hot movie starring Paul Rudd & Elizabeth Bank
43 Not as common as the related A-fib this condition abbreviated V-fib is deadlier
44 Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
45 Unlike the non-interacting Queen's Guard the tower's Yeoman Warders aka these conduct tours & answer questions
46 This pioneering computer language got its name from its early use in translating formulas
47 An epically terrible trip from Buffalo to Westfield N.Y. inspired this man to create the comfy rail cars named for him
48 To play the title role in Elvis
49 VC can stand for vice chancellor or this honor for the valorous instituted in 1856
50 Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart
51 During the Wars of the Roses the VIth king of this name was imprisoned then murdered in the tower in 1471
52 The ratio of the velocity of light in one medium to its velocity in another is called the index of this
53 These cars named for the architectural shape up top were the ultimate in mid-century luxury & great views
54 (I'm Michael Cera.) I play bass guitar in real life so it wasn't a stretch for me to pick up a cherry red Rickenbacker 4001 as the title character of this film based on a graphic novel
55 .vu is the Internet country code for this nation of the southwestern Pacific formerly known as the New Hebrides
56 The basis for a movie: The Whale Rider
57 Richard II took refuge in the tower in 1381 during this Revolt
58 Let's C if you can name this electrical property measured in farads
59 Sarasota's Circus Museum has the private luxury rail car of John from this fraternal family
60 This Brit's 21st century film roles include Mr. Woodhouse in Emma. & has-been rock star Billy Mack in Love Actually
61 Watch your language this historic one abbreviated VL that was the main source of the romance languages


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1 St. Jerome gets the credit for this translation of the Bible that he completed around 405
2 In Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland Alice slays the Jabberwocky with this callooh! Callay!
3 This hairless breed got its start in Canada in the 20th century with a kitten named Prune
4 The base unit of electrical current is named for this Frenchman initials A.M.A.
5 The 3 regions named in the preamble to the Czech Constitution are Bohemia this one & Silesia
6 The world's highest unclimbed mountain is 24980-foot Gangkhar Puensum in this thunder dragon kingdom north of India
7 Present tense verb meaning to use 2 known positions on a map to determine a third unknown one
8 In this 1986 classic Basil of Baker Street survives a fall from Big Ben but the evil Ratigan is not so lucky
9 This color follows Russian in the name of a cat breed with grayish fur
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