Jeopardy November 21 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 21 2022 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 most states an elected official:DA
2 Geraldine Brooks' March is narrated by the father from this classic 1860s novel
3 Runs the set on a movie: AD
4 More than a decade before A Wrinkle in Time she wrote her first book for kids And Both Were Young
5 NBA coach Pat Riley trademarked this term for a certain number of consecutive title wins
6 In November 2002 an outbreak of this viral disease that involves breathing problems began in Guangdong Province China
7 In 2017 this Irish UFC champ tried boxing & got TKO'd by Floyd Mayweather
8 Advises on investing & saving for the future: CFP
9 During World War II Churchill held up 2 fingers to signify this 3-syllable word
10 About Robert Moses & by Robert Caro this 1300-page tome is a must-have for bookshelf backgrounds during Zoom interviews
11 The idea that everyone is interconnected was proposed in a 1929 story before John Guare used it as this play's title
12 It was the title flight in The Flight that Fought Back a docudrama first aired in September 2005
13 In 2020 Iga Swiatek won the French Open the first Grand Slam single's title for a player from this country
14 Oversees recruiting & onboarding:HRM
15 At the 1968 Mexico City Olympics Tommie Smith & John Carlos raised their fists each wearing 1 of a pair of these
16 Left unfinished at his death Juneteenth his second novel was published in 1999
17 A James K. Polk campaign slogan claimed all of Oregon up to this latitude or Fight
18 The funeral of this woman the wife of George VI was held at Westminster Abbey on April 9 2002
19 This superstar forward for both the Minneapolis & L.A. Lakers was GM of the L.A. Clippers for 22 years
20 Helps those with communication disorders including stuttering: STP
21 The mano pantea the first 2 fingers & thumb extended are a gesture to ward off this bit of malevolence malocchio in Italian
22 In The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri a couple names their baby after this author of Dead Souls
23 It's really not a compliment if you are called this term from an 18th century story for an extremely well-behaved person


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Latest Questions

# Questions
1 From the Latin for to cook together it means to devise or contrive
2 36 inches equals a garden
3 This Flemish anatomist served as court physician to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V & then to his son Spain's Philip II
4 From an Asian word this type of stick is concealed in high grass to injure enemy soldiers
5 The Chicago Blackhawks take wing at the center named for this airline
6 The Chamorro are the indigenous ethnic group on this Pacific island that's home to U.S. naval & Air Force bases
7 It's the last of the 5 stages of grief
8 A limerick generally consists of 5 anapestic queues
9 Napoleon's invasion of Russia was partly doomed by epidemic typhus primarily carried by bacteria on this parasite
10 A narrow connecting part of some tools it's also prison slang for a knifelike weapon 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