A "Tall" Order
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Final Jeopardy

What is the world’s highest (tallest) mountain?

Mount Everest.

Almost everyone has heard of Mount Everest; however, only a small portion of the population has summited the incredible mountain. As of December 2023, a documented 6,664 people have made it to the top.


Use this word when answering in the negative.


This is often a toddler's favorite word because they are starting to assert themselves, which is a normal part of their development at this age.


This relaxing herb is known for its calming properties and is often made into a tea to drink before bed.


The plant contains apigenin, which decreases anxiety and induces sleep.


Another name for teeth.

Pearly whites.


Who is Edward Bear?

Winnie the Pooh.


What U.S. state boasts the tallest known tree in the world?


The current record holder for tallest tree is a Coast redwood that measures 380 feet (116 meters) tall and is located in California’s Redwood National Park. It is off-limits to visitors, and the park has warned that anyone caught too close to the tree will face up to six months in jail and a $5,000 fine.


This is a former spouse or significant other.


Ex- is also used as a prefix to mean “out” or “thoroughly.” For example, exhausted means “thoroughly tired.”


He wrote a second version of “Candle in the Wind” for Princess Diana’s funeral.

Sir Elton John.

The original version was written for Marilyn Monroe.


The US president resides here.

The White House.


What amusement park chain has the tallest roller coaster in North America?

Six Flags.

Six Flags’ Kingda Ka coaster stands 456 feet (139 meters) tall and travels from zero to 128 miles per hour (206 kph) in 3.5 seconds. Kingda Ka is located in Jackson, New Jersey.


Do not collect $200, and don’t pass this on your way to jail.


This is a penalty in the game of Monopoly.


What is the art of Japanese paper folding called?


In Japanese culture, the red-capped crane represents happiness and long life.


A popular song during the war about chalk hills in an English town.

White cliffs of dover.


What building in New York City stands at 1,454 feet (443 meters) tall (counting the antenna)?

The Empire State Building.

Once the tallest building in the world, the Empire State Building took only 20 months to complete. Around 3,400 workers were able to complete the project way ahead of schedule, and it is now one of the most visited spectacles in New York City.


This is Spanish for “yes.”


It’s also the Italian word for “yes.”


When this composer died in 1850, it marked the end of the baroque era, and the classical era followed. 


The classical period lasted 80 years during the 18th and 19th centuries, with important composers like Mozart, Beethoven, and Haydn being among the greats of the period.


A condition occurring in winter with blowing snow and wind is called a...?

White out.


What breed of dog holds the current Guinness World Record for being the tallest dog in the world?

Great Dane.

The world record for the world’s tallest dog was set by Zeus, a Great Dane who measured in at a whopping three feet 5.18 inches (1.04 meters) at the withers and seven feet, four inches (1.62 meters) when standing on his hind legs.


This two-letter prefix means “not,” and it can also stand alone as its own word.


Examples include inexcusable, ineffective, and indecisive.


This is the common name for rubella.

German measles.

It’s a childhood disease with symptoms including a body rash, fever, and swollen lymph nodes. It’s usually harmless for children but can cause serious problems during pregnancy and result in birth defects for the baby.


The protein part of an egg is the...?

Egg white.

Egg whites have 10.8g per 100g but are trumped by egg yolk which contains 16.4g per 100g. However, as there is more egg white volume than yolk in each egg, white grabs the protein spotlight.


What country is the world’s tallest waterfall in?


Angel Falls, located in Venezuela, measures a staggering 3,212 feet (979 meters) tall and is considered to be the tallest waterfall in the world. The waterfall was officially measured in 1949 by surveyor Perry Lowrey as a project for National Geographic.


According to Merriam-Webster, this two-letter word is “used to call attention or to express wonder or surprise.”


Remember this the next time you say “Lo and behold.”


This British model introduced the “bag of bones” look during the early 1960s.


Even in her retirement, she’s still famous as a former model, and she’s now a dame.


A character in a popular children's story.

Snow white.