Type
Word Search
Description

pound
coolit
bash
bread
wazoo
goingape
righto
nosweat
nosebleed
greaser
hotrod
burnrubber
threads
split
peepers
madeintheshade

50's Slang Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

bash
floats
horn
circled
nest
blast
hang
sides
heat
rap
eyeball
nuggets
chariot
cooties
hottie
bread
illuminations
wall
dig
greaser
rock
frosted
nosebleed
cranked
milkshake
actor
jacketed
wheelie
peepers
goof
nowhere
lucy
cheeseburger

1950s Slang Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A good time blast
A big and strong athlete bull
to look cast an eyeball
really happy cloud 9
relax, settle down cool it
a claim dibs
cute girl dolly
start your engine fire up
understand get with it
work, job gig
to explode or be really mad; to get very excited get ape
messy goopy
police heat
smarts, brains jets
to really impress kill
depressed low
a hair-do nest
no problem no sweat
a weak, useless person punk
excite or impress me razz my berries
leave split
a youngster yoot
the jitters zorros

1950's Slang Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

word used to describe a very popular person radioactive
a boy in need of a haircut bundie
a great party bash
a big and strong athlete bull
rejected clanked
a hip person cat
a cute girl Dolly
a movie flick
angry frosted
work, job gig
the bus hound
going steady jacketed
a crew cut lighter
loose change nuggets
home; an apartment pad
a hot rod screamer

Outsiders Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

a type of clothing that only the Socs wear and the Greasers envy Madras
she was only 16 years old when she wrote the story SEHinton
Dally sent Johnny and Ponyboy to this city after Johnny killed Bob Windrixville
the main theme in The Outsiders identity
these people have long hair and live on the East side Greasers
the oldest Curtis brother Darrel
he had a horse named Mickey Mouse Sodapop
he used to live in New York before coming back to Tulsa Dallas Winston
it's the one thing that both the Greasers and the Socs have loyalty
her hair was fiery red, and so ws her car Cherry Valance
the title of the novel we are reading The Outsiders
it always happens between the Greasers and the Socs rumbles
Mrs. O'Briant called Ponyboy, Johnny and Dally this (hint chapter 6) heroes
these people are rich, drive hotrods and live on the West side Socs
Mr. Syme's students called him late at night and asked him about the theme he was to write about. His name is (hint chapter 12) Ponyboy
Dally loved this person more than anything Johnny
Bob drove this kind of car Corvair

1950s Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

advancements
american dream
baby boom
beatnik
cars
changes
civil rights
cold war
confidence
court cases
cultural
disneyland
einstein
fashion
fifties
fire
greasers
h bomb
james dean
korean war
monroe
king jr
preppies
presley
rock'n'roll
slang
sputnik
teddy boys
teenage
vietnam war

1940's Slang Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

rhubarb
stompers
unmentionables
speakeasy
ritzy
patsy
moolah
kisser
hotrod
gumshoe
greenback
gams
flatfoot
dreamboat
cookie
bupkis
brainchild
boondocks

1950's Entertainment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Poodle skirts
Jitterbug
Swing
Broaday
Movie Theater
Black and White
Hairgrease
Records
Bubble Gum
Letterman Sweaters
Drive In Theatre
Dance Contests
Beehivehair
Greasers
Diner

1950's Fashion Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

letter jacket
pleaded
teddy boy
jocks
greaser
preppy
pencil skirt
suit dress
circle skirt
trousers
swing dress
Bobbed

1950's Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a child ankle biter
to talk bash ears
cute girl baby
a V-8 engine (hot-rodders) bent eight
money bread
imaginary infestation of the trtuly un-cool cooties
to claim ownership dibs
to understand or approve dig
to look around eyeball
a movie flick
a guy with tons of grease in his hair greaser
to do very little or "hang out" hang
a boy who tries to be cool but fails hub cap
good thoughts or ideas illuminations
to really impress kill
homework mush
a boring, bad place to be nowheresville
a hair-do nest
loose change nuggets
not fun at all pooper
a popular girl queen
to tell on someone rap
messy or gross raunchy
angry salty
a hot rod screamer
someone who can't keep a secret sewer

50's Era Slang Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

cute girl baby
smooth talk apple butter
hip person cat
to understand dig
look around eyeball
to get very excited flip
messy goopy
telephone horn
brains, smart jets
parents keeper
a hat lid
one's signature mark
loose changer nuggets
someone a bit out of the norm odd ball
to beat up pound
a popular girl queen
to eat refuel
to leave split
good friends tight
uncertain vacant
to go fast wail
a youngster yoot
the jitters zorros
angry salty
good ideas illuminations
someone who is uncoordinated spaz
glasses peepers