What you saw was his first instinct, even when his life and his liberty was in jeopardy.
I think people look at me as that, hopefully, friendly host on jeopardy, almost like one of the family by now.
In the semifinals, she was in a peculiar position for someone of jeopardy!
c.1300, ioparde (13c. in Anglo-French), from Old French jeu parti, literally "a divided game, game with even chances," from jeu "a game" (from Latin iocus "jest;" see joke (n.)) + parti, past participle of partir "to divide" (see part (v.)). Originally "a stratagem;" sense of "danger, risk" is late 14c.