Jeopardy May 19 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy May 19 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 People going north on this route say they are traveling GAME an acronym regarding their beginning & end points
2 Remember this day to keep it holy
3 A bourbon: Mr. Beam
4 The longest-tenured cast member of SNL in 2022 he got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
5 This type of ball used in pool & in snooker is from a French word for the stick with which it's struck
6 A small building for tools or to get rid of something or someone
7 Elvis paid $1339 to have the iconic musical note emblazoned gates made for this Memphis mansion
8 Thou shalt not commit this so thou shalt better stay true
9 A scotch: Mr. Walker
10 In 1927 Norma Talmadge began a tradition here when she accidentally stepped in wet cement while it was under construction
11 These perforated plastic balls are made for playing the same-named game in spaces that are too small for baseball
12 One month's National Geographic or one subject of public debate
13 Pilgrims who came to the Mediterranean port of Jaffa naturally entered this holy city through the Jaffa Gate
14 These 4 words come 2 verses before Thou shalt not steal
15 A tequila: Señor Cuervo
16 Created as a real estate ad 100 years ago in 1923 the Hollywood Sign originally had this 4-letter word tacked on to the end
17 In addition to its volleyballs this company has been making the official NFL football since 1941
18 Of bell book or candle the one that in slang means move fast
19 This palace's Gate of Honor is a 21st century re-creation of one that was destroyed during the French Revolution
20 Thou shalt not do this shenanigan with the name of the Lord thy God
21 A fine cognac: Monsieur Martin
22 Serving fine food & legendary martinis this iconic restaurant that opened its doors in 1919 is named for 2 of its founders
23 After a century with its original supplier in 1976 MLB said Goodbye Mr. this & made Rawlings its new official ball
24 If something has this type of smell it's rotten; if music has this type of sound it's got a danceable rhythm
25 Prussian king Frederick William II commissioned this Berlin gate
26 Putting idols in idle; Thou shalt not make unto thee any this kind of image
27 Essentially a screwdriver with a little Galliano: Mr. Wallbanger
28 The Father of Modern Makeup he created the first makeup for film & today his historic building houses the Hollywood Museum
29 The name of this golf ball brand used by champions like Jordan Spieth sounds like a champion
30 Each of the items seen here is this with a different preceding word
31 Built to commemorate a visit by the British king & queen the Gateway of India stands in this city
32 On March 25 this playwright made his will which would be needed in less than a month
33 In this classic novel Cathy's marriage to Edgar doesn't stand a chance against Cathy's love for Heathcliff
34 The tibia is also called this bone a part of the lower leg
35 The Right Round rapper's Miami-Dade county roots made this stage name an obvious choice
36 Photographers to the stars: A PIZZA RAP
37 The name of this gait between a trot & a gallop likely derives from an English pilgrimage site
38 This woman & her husband John sailed from America to England where she was presented at court
39 In a Daphne du Maurier novel Maxim de Winter tells his nameless second wife he was not happy with this first one
40 Connective tissues include ligaments & these which usually attach muscles to bones
41 As a Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz became him
42 Going head over heels: SOUL MASTER
43 This supermodel's strut has been deemed one of the fiercest runway walks of all time
44 The Turks agreed to a treaty giving Austria the right to navigate the middle & lower parts of this river
45 Nora Ephron's novel about the end of a marriage bemoans mysteries like... neuritis neuralgia acid indigestion & this title condition
46 Newer research suggests that ovarian cancer may actually start in these tubes
47 Cameron Thomaz was known by a short form of Wizard; a relative added an Arabic word & now Cameron is him
48 Don't forget the Hollandaise sauce: BE DECENT GIGS
49 Some theorize that the uneven gait of this first Stuart king of England was the result of rickets or cerebral palsy
50 This navigator explored the Canadian bay that alliteratively bears his name
51 This divorcing doctor is in trouble in a novel by Taffy Brodesser-Akner & the FX adaptation
52 Actually produced by the pituitary gland the hormone TSH is short for this stimulating hormone
53 This rapper who has collaborated with Drake & Post Malone says his name comes from Atlanta's 2100 street gang
54 A colonizer like Cortés:CARTOON SQUID
55 In a Monty Python sketch John Cleese working in this govt. office grants Michael Palin a research fellowship on La Marche Futile
56 Called England's first great architect he began work on the Queen's House England's first classical building
57 Of this novel about the floundering Wheelers Richard Yates said his title meant that the this of 1776 hit a dead end in the 1950s
58 The lowest part of the brain stem has this 2-word name
59 Hip-hop's 50th bday in 2023 is based on the Aug. 11 1973 party DJed by Clive Campbell who used this name from a mythical strongman
60 Spittingly a perfect receptacle: CRISP DUO
61 The amble is the name of the walk used by okapis & this relative; both legs on the same side move at the same time


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# Questions
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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