Jeopardy October 13 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy October 13 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 For decades states have been dropping these colorful edicts; the Sunday shopping ban ended by North Dakota was among the last
2 The tennis shirt is now called a polo shirt thanks to this American designer
3 Alfred Vail this guy's assistant & partner improved on his code for telegraphy
4 In this alliterative type of match you need to touch your partner before you can be replaced in the ring
5 It's where Cain lived a place for kids to go at bedtime or an oddly named Yorkshire village
6 Exodus 35:3 bans doing this on the Sabbath hence the Jewish dish cholent which can go on the stove Friday & cook until Saturday lunch
7 Yves Saint Laurent's first boutique was called Rive Gauche French for this part of the Seine
8 Magyar is another name for these people many of whom reside in a country known as the Land of Magyars
9 Maintaining kayfabe means not letting on that the match is this the word that kayfabe possibly came from with the help of Pig Latin
10 Soon after becoming Secy. of State in 2021 Antony Blinken had tough words at a meeting with diplomat Yang Jiechi of this country
11 A worrisome mass of tissue in humans or a nitrogen-fixing structure in soybeans
12 At a church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints sacrament meeting a young man may talk about 2 years away as one of these
13 You may get allergy symptoms when you eat bananas or zucchini if you are allergic to this weed that causes hay fever
14 This beastly term can describe a powerful embrace or a move where a wrestler grabs you
15 In his second inaugural address Lincoln called for peace with malice toward none with this for all
16 2-word phrase for a slight familiarity enough to lower your chin in passing
17 NFLer Davion Taylor held onto his football dreams though this Christian faith kept him from playing high school football
18 Despite marrying into a newspaper family with a prize named for it this designer's Lilly shift dress took only her first name
19 This flat Scottish cap usually has a pompom in the center
20 Perhaps a play on jobber this Italian-sounding word is a wrestler hired to lose often; the Rock uses it as a synonym for loser
21 Antony Blinken worked with Joe Biden from 2002 to 2008 as Democratic staff director for this world-watching Senate committee
22 A flying creature of the cretaceous seen here
23 Early Christians observed the Sabbath on Saturday but Sunday was the day for this commemoration of the Last Supper
24 The Row & Elizabeth and James are fashion brands from these twin sisters
25 This city is home to the University of Oklahoma & the National Severe Storms Laboratory
26 The name of this masked Mexican wrestling is Spanish for free fighting
27 One of Lincoln's gifts for his last Christmas was this Georgia city from General Sherman
28 A meeting to resolve questions for a church
29 This nephew-killing title monarch is off to a slow start courting Lady Anne who calls him thou lump of foul deformity
30 Gail Becker mom of 2 boys who couldn't have gluten started the Caulipower line by making this out of cauliflower
31 In 1980 fans of this series had to wait 8 long months before they would learn Who shot J.R.
32 It's the northernmost of the 4 main islands of Japan
33 Invisible to the naked eye the closest star to our sun is the dim Proxima Centauri a red one of these
34 An extra trap for a rabbit relative
35 In The Comedy of Errors Dromio describes Nell: Hip to hip: she is spherical like this name of Shakespeare's venue
36 This doctor & health food pioneer developed Corn Flakes for his patients
37 In 1981 some 30 million viewers tuned in to see Luke & Laura tie the knot on this daytime soap
38 Moraine Lake is in this national park established in 1885 as Canada's very first
39 Fittingly New Hampshire is a source of this stone; the Swenson Quarry produces tons of it for street curbing
40 The highest limit on a pants tariff
41 In Henry IV Part 1 Falstaff disses a hostess: There's no more faith in thee than in a stewed one of these fruits
42 Burger King uses this brand for its meatless Whopper
43 You take the good you take the bad you take them both and there you have this sitcom
44 Catalan is the primary language of Catalonia & this small Pyrenees nation
45 Aldebaran is the brightest star in this bovine constellation associated with a transformation made by Zeus
46 A frightening sprite from the flatlands of Kansas or Nebraska
47 King Lear tells this treacherous eldest daughter Thou art a boil a plague-sore
48 A thick potato & leek soup was created by chef Louis Diat who named it for this city in central France
49 Sharon Gless & Tyne Daly hit the streets as this title pair of detectives
50 Randburg & Midrand are suburbs of this chief commercial city of South Africa
51 You might surmise from its name that sandstone is this one of the 3 classifications of rock
52 The cost to ship a really big wooden box determined by how heavy it is
53 A line in this play: If Troy be not taken till Ajax & Achilles undermine it the walls will stand till they fall of themselves
54 Around 1900 the same guy created Shredded Wheat & this Nabisco cracker of a rather similar texture
55 All through the '80s kids counted on this PBS science series that featured the Bloodhound Gang
56 The capital of a small Mediterranean island it's where the Italian naval fleet surrendered to the Allies in 1943
57 Deneb the tail of the swan in this constellation forms the Summer Triangle with Vega & Altair
58 The removed facial hair now hallowed


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# Questions
1 Churchill gave a word a new meaning when he called for a talk with Soviet Russia upon the highest level... a parley at this
2 Term for a type of large white blood cell that digests invading micro-organisms & also eats cell debris
3 India the leading milk producer in the world gets almost half of it from this beast not considered cattle
4 This beloved indie rock band took its name in 1984 from the way a Spanish-speaking outfielder says I got it
5 Many thought The Rite of Spring was just noise like the Augurs of Spring marked to be played this extra-loud way throughout
6 Sid & Marty Krofft produced 70s Saturday morning TV like H.R. Pufnstuf & this one where a family ends up in a time with dinosaurs
7 Wheres the president? a blundering Val asks this senator from Louisiana with a different middle name church & party
8 Found in the ear this small bone connects the tympanic membrane to the incus bone
9 From Australia & New Zealand this honey with a Maori name is said to have antibacterial properties
10 A song often heard in Spanish-speaking countries at Christmastime is this Sabanero meaning My Little Savannah Donkey 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