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appraise
Aunt Clara
bemused
Candy
Carlson
crestfallen
cringe
Curley
Curley's wife
dabble
disengage
douse
fascinate
fawning
George
Lennie
lightweight
maul
mottled
pugnacious
rectangle
reprehensible
Slim
snivel
stilted
The Boss
vial
Whit
wiggle
writhe

Of Mice and Men Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Mice
Weed
Rabbits
Puppy
Brush
Ranch
Whit
Curley's Wife
Candy
Curley
Carlson
Slim
Crooks
George
Lennie

O.M.A.M Chapter 3 crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What card game was George playing? Solitaire
Who shot candys old dog? Carlson
Name of the person who sent a letter to magazine. William turner
"From his pocket Carlson took a little leather ______ " to tie around the dogs neck. thong
The name of the kind of lamps that Clara has in her whorehouse? Kewpie
Curley thought _____ was with his wife. Slim
Susy sand Clara both run a ___________________ Whorehouse
Name the person who wants in on George and Lennie's dream. Candy
Who is the Queen of tarts? Carleys wife
What part of Curley's body was crushed after Lennie defended himself? Hand
Who comes in to tell slim that lennie is messing with the pups? Crooks
How many ladies does susy have in her lovely, whorehouse? Five
How much for a shot of whiskey at Clara's ? Thirty five cents
How much does susy charge for a shot of whiskey ? Two bits
Actual first name of guy who wrote letter to magazine ? Bill

Of Mice and Men Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

An aging ranch handyman Candy
The only female character in the story Curley's Wife
Gets his name from his crooked back Crooks
Lennie's caretaker George
The boss’s son Curley
What does Lennie take out of his pocket that gets him yelled at by George? Dead Mouse
Where does the story take place? California
What does Lennie want with his dinner in the first chapter that they don't have? ketchup
What is Lennie most excited about when George and him get their farm? Rabbits
Who is the protagonist? George
Where do most of the workers hangout after work? local brothel
Who kills Curley's wife? Lennie
Who gives Lennie the puppy? Slim
Who kills Lennie? George
Who shoots Candy's dog? Carlson
Lennie tells Curley's wife he likes petting soft things, so she let's him touch her________? hair
Where does Lennie try to hide the puppy and Curley's wife? hay
What time period does the book take place in? 1930
What tense is the story told in? past
One of the major themes in the story is________? American Dream

OF Mice and Men Word Search

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Word Search
Description

ominously
Crooks
Curley
imperiously
crestfallen
contemptuously
profound
derogatory
wryly
dutifully
Lennie
George
indignation
morosely
mottles
scourges
contorted
pugnacious

Of Mice and Men Chapters 4 and 5 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who's place does Lennie walk into? Crooks
What does Candy want to talk to Lennie about? Rabbits
Who walks in on Lennie and the dead puppy in the barn? Curleys Wife
What does Lennie use to kill Curleys wife? Hands
What animal stall is Curley's wife found by? Horse
Who visits Crook first when the other men are in town? Lennie
Who appears during the conversation between Lennie and Crooks? Candy
What game do the men play in the barn to pass time? Cards
What does Curley always talk about when he is talking to his wife? Fighting
Where does Lennie go after he kills Curleys wife? The brush
Where does Curley and his wife meet? Riverside Dance Palace
Where does Curley send Whit when he finds out his wife is dead? Soledad
What does Curley send Whit to get when he finds out his wife is dead? Sheriff
Where do the men go in chapter 4? Town
What was Curleys wife wearing when she was talking to Lennie? Cotton Dress
What is Crooks? Stable Buck
What does Carlson say he is going to get after they find Curleys wife dead? Luger
What is Lennie going to see when he meets up with Crooks? Puppies
What direction does George say Lennie ran towards after the murder? South
What was Curley's wife's dream job? Actress
Who says they're going to shoot Lennie when they find Curley's wife dead? Curley
What did Candy say Curley got his hand stuck in? Machine
How much does George say he is going to make at the end of the month? Fifty
Where is Lennie when he strokes Curley's wife's hair? Barn
What game were the men playing on Sunday afternoon? Horseshoes
Whose gun did George use to kill Lennie? Carlson
Who does Candy first tell when he finds Curley's Wife dead? George
What does Lennie take with him whne he leaves for the brush? Dead puppy

Of Mice and Men Chapter 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The name of the town where George and Lennie were born Auburn
The kind of German pistol that Carlson uses Luger
Identify the figurative language: "Carlson's footsteps died away." Personification
Candy says, "When they ____ me here, I wisht somebody'd shoot me." can
The boys hear the thuds and clangs of this game going on outside horseshoes
The name of the river that George pulled Lennie out of Sacramento
Whit shows Slim an article in a _____ magazine and asks him to read it aloud. pulp
Candy got injured on the ranch ______ years ago. four
Lennie injures Curley's _____. hand
Curley was ______ like a fish on a line as a result of the fight. flopping
Slim "suggests" that Curley got his hand caught in a _____. machine
As a result of the fight, Lennie worries that he won't be allowed to _____ the rabbits. tend
Slim gives Lennie a ______. pup
George had to hit Lennie over the head with a _____ to make him let go of the woman's dress in Weed. picket

Of Mice and Men Chapters 5 and 6 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Lennie accidentally goes into Crooks' room in search of what? PUPS
What day does Lennie sit by himself in the barn? SUNDAY
What is the only thing that Lennie seems concerned about? RABBITS
Who accuses Lennie of never thinking of George? AUNTCLARA
What does Curley want to do to Lennie when he organizes a search party? LYNCH
What does George tell Lennie about to distract him? RANCH
Who comes into the barn? CURLEYSWIFE
What does Lennie break on Curley's Wife? NECK
Where does Curley say he is going to shoot Lennie? MIDSECTION
Who shoots Lennie? GEORGE
Who breaks up the fight between Curley and Lennie? CARLSON
Who does the second shotgun come from? CROOKS
What does George steal from Carlson? LUGER
What is Lennie laying in when he is shot? SAND
Which animal dies before Curley's wife? PUPPY
Who does Lennie have his second imaginary conversation with? GIANTRABBIT
What did Curley's wife want to be before she married Curley? ACTOR
Where does Crooks sleep? STABLE
Where is Lennie hiding? RIVERBED
What in the novel dies the same way as Lennie? CANDYSDOG
What does Lennie touch before Curley's wife dies? HAIR
Who kills Curley's wife? LENNIE
Which game are the men playing while Lennie is in the barn? HORSESHOES
Who finds Curley's wife? CANDY
Who forces George to go with the search party? CURLEY
What does Lennie do to the dog? KILLS
Who brings up Weed to George? SLIM
Where does Lennie hide after he kills Curley's wife? BRUSH

Of Mice and Men Word Search

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Description

WILLIAM TENNER
WHIT
WEED
TART
SUSY
SOLEDAD
SLIM
SACRAMENTO RIVER
RABBITS
PUPPIES
MURRAY AND READY'S
MICE
LENNIE
JERKLINE SKINNER
GEORGE
CURLEY
CROOKS
CARLSON
CANDY
BOSS
AUNT CLARA

Of Mice and Men Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Without Respect Contemptuously
Painful or damaging shock Jarred
A manner suggesting something bad will happen Ominously
Tough by experience Pugnacious
Ill humor Sullenness
To walk exageratedly Flounced
Manner showing arrogant superiority Imperiously
Brought low in spirit Crestfallen
To want something better than your present situation Discontent
Blunt direct manner Brusquely
Confused Bemused
Having little elasticity Brittle
Someone eager to fight Belligerently
To express extreme contempt Scornfully
Turn away Averted
A manner expressing sarrow Plaintively
Favorably inclined Mollified
A feeling of righteous anger Indignation
Something causing death or misery Scourges
Twisted Contorted
In a self - satisfied manner Complacently
Spots of color Mottled

Vocabulary of Mice and Men Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Dejected Crestfallen
Contemptuous Scornful
Reserved Aloof
Willing to listen Receptive
Seriousness Gravity
Determined Decisive
Inclined to fight Pugnacious
With doubt Skeptically
Dramatic performance without words Pantomime
Hopeless Despair
In a gloomy matter Morosely
Mock Scoff
Sprinkled with gray Grizzled
Expressing a low opinion Derogatory
Anxious Apprehensive
In a self-satisfied manner Complacently
Deserving blame Reprehensible
Cringing or flattering Fawning
Righteous anger Indignation
Grief Woe