Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (53 results returned)

#7406, aired 2016-11-21HOBBIES & PASTIMES $200: You'll want to hang onto your silver dollars in this hobby AKA numismatics coin collecting
#7406, aired 2016-11-21HOBBIES & PASTIMES $400: Now synonymous with in-line skating, this brand has been turning on a single row of wheels since 1980 Rollerblade
#7406, aired 2016-11-21HOBBIES & PASTIMES $600: It's mind over minutiae in this board game in which you answer questions in order to collect 6 wedges to win Trivial Pursuit
#7406, aired 2016-11-21HOBBIES & PASTIMES $800: It's the practice of dressing up like a character from a pop culture source, especially manga or anime cosplay
#7406, aired 2016-11-21HOBBIES & PASTIMES $1000: Options for wax when making candles: beeswax, soy or this petroleum "p"roduct paraffin
#7212, aired 2016-01-12FIRST ISSUES $800: This entertainment industry staple had an article on "Hobbies of Vaudeville Managers" in its 1905 debut Variety
#6652, aired 2013-07-16WRITERS' HOBBIES $200: Charles Dickens enjoyed doing these for guests, like making a plum pudding appear in a hat magic tricks
#6652, aired 2013-07-16WRITERS' HOBBIES $400: This author enjoyed a good game of billiards and had a table for it in his house Mark Twain
#6652, aired 2013-07-16WRITERS' HOBBIES $600: Lord Byron enjoyed this athletic activity & crossed the Hellespont that way (about a mile) in 1810 swimming
#6652, aired 2013-07-16WRITERS' HOBBIES $800: It proved fatal for Percy Shelley, but he enjoyed this nautical pursuit until the very end sailing
#6652, aired 2013-07-16WRITERS' HOBBIES $1000: This "Delta Wedding" author's photos of rural Mississippi are as evocative as her stories (Eudora) Welty
#6339, aired 2012-03-22HOBBIES $200: A life list (which might include auks) & binoculars are used in this hobby birdwatching
#6339, aired 2012-03-22HOBBIES $400: In the 18th century, these figures were used to perform entire operas marionettes or string puppets
#6339, aired 2012-03-22HOBBIES $600: The sport of this dates from 1943, when it was also called aqua-lung scuba diving
#6339, aired 2012-03-22HOBBIES $800: Add 4 letters to "actors" to get these military devotees, like inauthentic farbs & obsessive stitch counters reenactors
#6339, aired 2012-03-22HOBBIES $1000: Ikebana is the Japanese art of creating arrangements made from these flowers
#5739, aired 2009-07-16BIBLE BASICS $2000: This prophet's hobbies included dunking people in the river & dining on locusts & wild honey John the Baptist
#5670, aired 2009-04-10WHAT IS THIS, SOME KIND OF JOKE? $600: Shatner, on this show: "dennycranelaw.com. Pictures, bios, hobbies. I once captained my own spaceship. Multi-talented" Boston Legal
#5056, aired 2006-09-11DICKENS CHARACTERS $800: Drinking beer, kicking dogs & hitting women are hobbies of this man, Fagin's adult accomplice Bill Sykes
#4556, aired 2004-05-31HOBBIES $200: Collectors of this ever-fashionable doll know that she's celebrating the 45th anniversary of her debut Barbie
#4556, aired 2004-05-31HOBBIES $400: The Waxhouse/Scentmasters sells starter kits for making these; they contain wax, scenting oil & plenty of wick candles
#4062, aired 2002-04-09HOBBIES $200: It's the edible term for amateur radio, usually on a shortwave frequency ham radio
#4062, aired 2002-04-09HOBBIES $400: People who collect these must get tired of reading "close cover before striking" matchbooks
#4062, aired 2002-04-09HOBBIES $600: Creating Keepsakes is a magazine to help you put together these "books" that preserve memories scrapbooks
#4062, aired 2002-04-09HOBBIES $1000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from a model train showroom.) Model railroading was popularized at the 1933 Century of Progress Expo, in this U.S. city, a longtime railroad hub Chicago, Illinois
#4062, aired 2002-04-09HOBBIES $1,000 (Daily Double): Legend says this type of puppetry began when a magician made an emperor's dead friend appear on a screen shadow puppetry
#3924, aired 2001-09-27GIRL SCOUT BADGES $1,000 (Daily Double): For the "collecting" hobbies badge, you might get stuck on philately & collect these items (postage) stamps
#3203, aired 1998-07-01ROYALTY $600 (Daily Double): Hunting & masonry were favorite hobbies of this king, Marie Antoinette's husband Louis XVI
#3003, aired 1997-09-24"PH"UN WORDS $200: Both England's King George V & FDR put their stamp of approval on this "king of hobbies" philately (stamp collecting)
#2939, aired 1997-05-15HOBBIES $100: Collectors shell out plenty for merchandise picturing this Planters Company symbol Mr. Peanut
#2939, aired 1997-05-15HOBBIES $200: When pressing these in a book, some people use wax paper to protect delicate ones like baby's breath flowers
#2939, aired 1997-05-15HOBBIES $300: The Linking Ring is the monthly publication of the International Brotherhood of these illusionists Magicians
#2939, aired 1997-05-15HOBBIES $400: Among the types of stamps philatelists collect are these that honor a person or event commemorative
#2939, aired 1997-05-15HOBBIES $500: If you're building a cathedral, you might learn the "lead came" technique of making these stained-glass windows
#1892, aired 1992-11-24HOBBIES $100: If you're taking up this hobby, "How to be a Ham" is recommended reading shortwave radio operation (ham radio)
#1892, aired 1992-11-24HOBBIES $200: Philography is the hobby of collecting these, whether it's Mozart's or President Bush's autographs
#1892, aired 1992-11-24HOBBIES $300: Presto! Famous practitioners of this include Harry Anderson & Dom De Luise magic tricks
#1892, aired 1992-11-24HOBBIES $400: Since it was legalized federally in 1978, home brewing of this has attracted about 1.5 mill. Americans beer
#1892, aired 1992-11-24HOBBIES $2,000 (Daily Double): Collectors of these restaurant souvenirs are known as phillumenists matchbooks
#1871, aired 1992-10-26HOBBIES $200: Carl Sagan & his "Cosmos" series were credited with creating a renewed interest in this hobby astronomy
#1871, aired 1992-10-26HOBBIES $400: For hobbyists who explore these, the National Speleological Soc. recommends having a hard hat & lights caves
#1871, aired 1992-10-26HOBBIES $600: Someone who dabbles in deltiology collects & studies these "greetings from" around the world postcards
#1871, aired 1992-10-26HOBBIES $1000: This term for a coin collector comes from a Greek word meaning "what is sanctioned by law" numismatist
#1709, aired 1992-01-23HOBBIES $100: In ancient times these sharp items were made of bone, ivory & horn; today sewers use ones made of steel needles
#1709, aired 1992-01-23HOBBIES $200: If this is your hobby, you're not into cutting hair but singing 4-part harmony barbershop quartet
#1709, aired 1992-01-23HOBBIES $300: The word hobby is a shortened form of this 16th century kids plaything hobby horse
#1709, aired 1992-01-23HOBBIES $400: It's a glass-sided box with a removable lid that houses land animals & plants terrarium
#1709, aired 1992-01-23HOBBIES $500: If you're into vexillology, you'll know the U.N. recently added some new ones of these out front flags
#596, aired 1987-03-23HOBBIES $100: If someone refers to you by your call sign, such as K8IGW, your hobby is this ham radio
#596, aired 1987-03-23HOBBIES $200: With this hobby, you might have a B&O car in HO gauge model trains
#596, aired 1987-03-23HOBBIES $300: Hobby whose tools include aerial nets, killing jars & pins bug (insect) collecting
#596, aired 1987-03-23HOBBIES $400: The 3 things that set the value of a stamp or coin are demand, rarity & this condition
#596, aired 1987-03-23HOBBIES $500: "Hobby" of late "Gadabout" Gaddis, known for his appearances on "Outdoors With Liberty Mutual" known as "The Flying Fisherman"/fishing

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (1 result returned)

#4849, aired 2005-10-13HOBBIES: This word comes from the Greek words for "light" & "writing" photography

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