Jeopardy May 29 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy May 29 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 Málaga & Murcia are 2 big cities in the southern part of this nation
2 Arturo Toscanini Marin Alsop & the L.A. Phil's own Gustavo Dudamel are famous for this job
3 ESPN reported that in the locker room Von Miller was the Broncos' best this-talker
4 The name of this block-stacking game comes from a Swahili word for build
5 Something worn on the head at bedtime or the last potent potable consumed before putting one on
6 This adjective describes a cat that does his business in a box & not anywhere that he pleases
7 The largest of the Mariana Islands this U.S. territory is in the western Pacific Ocean
8 Heard here let's bring this instrument also called a timpani to a boil
9 As well as rubbish by the roadside it can mean a stretcher for an injured person
10 Combining silicone oil & boric acid creates the bouncy moldable material first sold as this in 1949
11 16th c. Brits would soak a gunpowder pellet in liquor then try to light it; that test led to this 5-letter term for alcohol content
12 Legend has it that an early keeper named Ernie haunts one of these in New London Connecticut
13 You can give us either the French or English name of this African country whose legislative capital is Yamoussoukro
14 I want you to hold this violin family instrument between your knees upright & play Elgar's 1919 concerto
15 As a verb it means to drink greedily or guzzle; as a noun it's slop for swine
16 In Clue this weapon may be found in the dining room but can be used to illuminate any room of the mansion
17 When ordering a martini dry you're asking the bartender to use less of this
18 Ruth Wakefield once said of her recipe for these I'll never live them down
19 The Bay of Fundy lies between these 2 Canadian Atlantic provinces
20 A clarinet represents the cat in this musical story for kids that premiered in 1936
21 Dregs or leavings; Emma Lazarus had wretched precede it
22 First sold in 1976 this gel-filled action figure can be twisted pulled & tied in knots but always returns to its original shape
23 This word describing those who like to be tidy also refers to a straight shot of liquor
24 Torvald to Nora in this play: Can you not understand your place in your own home?
25 About 400 miles west of Moscow sits this other capital city that starts with M
26 Featuring works like the Emperor concerto in 2020-'21 the London philharmonic honors this composer's 250th birthday
27 The Pilgrim's Progress gave us the man with this rake determined to keep working away in the filth
28 Ailments in Operation include Broken Heart Brain Freeze & these internal feelings of apprehensions
29 Well brands are used if one does not specify liquor in cocktails; this word also ending in ll is used for specific brands
30 Across the street from Ford's Theatre is this residence where Abraham Lincoln died
31 China kicked the Mongols out of Tibet to put the 7th of these in power; now the relationship is more contentious with the 14th
32 As Chili Palmer this actor noted Rough business this movie business... I may have to go back to loansharking
33 My Year in a Women's Prison is the subtitle of this memoir by Piper Kerman
34 A New York Times TV critic once described her as possibly the most intuitively funny woman alive
35 In 1655 England's John Wallis came up with the sideways 8 symbol for this
36 If you take someone into your this you are trusting them not to reveal what's been said
37 Players of this forerunner of bridge could consult a popular 1742 rule book
38 In 2020's Mank about the writing of Citizen Kane Amanda Seyfried plays this actress
39 This slim volume by Strunk & White lays out some rules of grammar & usage
40 In 2017 this singer of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
41 Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky is the name of a founder of non-this geometry
42 Laughter spreading in a crowd is often described as this which in a clinical sense means transmitted by contact
43 Uneasy about federal intrusions Rhode Island was the only state not to send a representative to this May-September 1787 gathering
44 As cops roll up mid-scene in this 1994 film about a director Johnny Depp realizes We don't have a permit! Run!
45 World of Wonders mentions the glimmer-pop of this insect on a summer night
46 Like Willem de Kooning & Jackson Pollock Joan Mitchell was a leading figure in this 2-word art movement
47 Also known as Leonardo of Pisa he knew a lot of numbers not just 1 1 2 3 5 8
48 A is for this word meaning without concealment in contrast with gamblers whose hands went under the card table
49 Seen here as a model the post--this word from the French--was the first comfortable wheeled land transport
50 In 1978 this mustachioed actor was the title character in Hooper billed as The Greatest Stuntman Alive
51 Metamorphosis covers the storied career of this Hollywood makeup legend seen here
52 She ranks Number 10 on AFI's list of the Greatest American Female Screen Legends
53 Henri Poincaré pioneered this math branch that studies the deformation of objects into new shapes without any cutting or pasting
54 There's a term for a lover of his country in this 10-letter word for a fellow countryman
55 The Rev.William Tennent pastor of Freehold N.J. helped launch this Great religious revival
56 A single-shot take that lasts about 8 minutes opens this 1992 film about a movie exec played by Tim Robbins
57 He tackles Obama's legacy in We Were Eight Years in Power
58 The Center Will Not Hold a documentary by nephew Griffin Dunne is a portrait of this iconic author & essayist
59 This 19th century German whose name is a unit of magnetism was known as Princeps Mathematicorum Prince of Mathematicians
60 Shizuoka is this a Japanese jurisdiction partly from the Latin for before


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# Questions
1 BSQS: it's from the Latin for compliant perhaps to excess
2 In 1994 all 5 nominees were for episodes of this police series set in the fictional 15th Precinct in Manhattan
3 Threads of metal are woven into this 4-letter fabric with a French name
4 Van Dyck depicted Jesus crowned with thorns in this painting whose name means behold the man
5 In the U.S. the Blue Ridge Mountains reach into northern Georgia; in Europe this Great range is to the north
6 Britain's victory in this 1754-1763 war nearly doubled the national debt
7 Z: a Greek liqueur
8 Life on the Street was the subtitle of this Baltimore-set cop show that won in 1993 for Tom Fontana
9 The fleece of this llama & vicuna relative is prized & comes in almost 2 dozen natural colors
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