Type
Word Search
Description

beguile
chide
doublet
envious
fee-simple
fiend
minion
vile
weraday
woe

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aloof
Apothecary
Pestilence
Resolve
Shroud
Inundate
Beguile
Discord
Agile
Rancor
Chide
Jest
Valiant
Shrift
Rapier
Tragedy
Soliloquy
Scene
Oxymoron
Dramatic irony
Comic relief
Aside
Allusion
Act

Act 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A close fitting Jacket (common dress for Renaissance men) Doublet
Unusually fited or qualified; having a tendency to Apt
A fabled serpent that could kill with its glance Cockatrice
To influence through deception; mislead or take away by cheating Beguile
To obtain by care, effort, or the use of special means Procure
To contrive, plan, or elaborate Devise
To have bravery or courage Valor
To belong as a a rightful attribute or part Appertain
To give a false or misleading appearance Dissemble
A serville follower Minion
To accompany or walt upon Consort
A violent windstorm or violent disturbance Tempest
A skill in using one's hand, body, or mind (cleverness) Dexterity
A distinctive uniform Liver
Not constant or loyal Fickle
Of or pertaining to the Roman goddess Vesta, a characteristic of a virgin Vestal
To fight or to throw to and frow side to side Bandy
A suspension of hostilities for a period of time Truce
To be nothing or worthles; evil Naught

Romeo and Juliet- Act 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a close fitting jacket (commom dress for men doublet
unusually fitted or qualifies. having a tendancy to apt
a fabled serpent that could kill with a glance cockatrice
to influence through deception, mislead or take away by cheating beguile
to botain by care, effort or the use of special means procure
to contrive, plan or elaborate devise
bravery, courage valor
to belong as a rightful attribute appertain
to give false or misleading apperance dissemble
a servile follower minion
to accompany or wait upon consort
a violent windstorm or violent disturbance tempest
a skill in using ones hand, body or mind (cleverness) dexterity
a distinctive uniform livery
not constant or loyal fickle
of a pertaining to the Roman goddess Vesta (characteristic of virginity) vestle
fighting or to throe to and fro, side to side bandy
a suspention or hostilities for a period of time truce
nothing or worthless, evil naught

Romeo and Juliet Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Visage
Devout
Pestilence
Pensive
Slander
Penury
Prorogue
Melancholy
Lament
Piteous
Antics
Baleful
Peril
Tetchy
Conjured
Beguile
Garish
Obesquy
Immoderate
Chide

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A sword Rapier
Brave, courageous, bold Valient
Epidemic Pestilence
Showing no interest, withdrawn, uninvolved Aloof
To joke, prank Jest
Well-balanced and quick on one's feet, nimble Agile
To overwhelm with something Inundate
To scold, rebuke, reprimand Chide
Feelings of ill will, hatred, enmity, animosity Rancor
Cloth used to wrap a body for burial Shroud
Druggist/Pharmacist Apothecary
Lack of harmony Discord
A confession Shrift
To deceive or cheat Beguile
Firmness of purpose, determination Resolve

Romeo and Juliet Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

jocund
slander
calamity
beguile
lament
chide
deceit
piteous
tedious
garish
peril
prolixity
tetchy
posterity
devout
covert
adversary
pernicious
strife
mutiny

Romeo and Juliet: Act 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A close fitting jacket (common dress for Renaissance men. doublet
Unusually fitted or qualified; having a tendency to. apt
A fabled serpent that could kill with its glance. cockatrice
To influence through deception; mislead or take away by cheating. beguile
To obtain by care, effort, or the use of special means. procure
To belong as a rightful attribute or part. appertain
To give a false or misleading appearance. dissemble
A servile follower. minion
To accompany or wait upon. consort
A distinctive uniform. livery
Not constant or loyal. fickle
Of or pertaining to the Roman goddess Vesta, a characteristic of a virgin. vestal
To contrive, plan, or elaborate. devise
Bravery; courage. valor
A violent windstorm or disturbance. tempest

macbeth vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

soon anon
before ere
flee fly
listen hark
child issue
hurry hie
nothing naught
near nigh
maybe perchance
please prithee
there thence
yours thine
there thither
between twixt
where whence
why wherefore
where whither
yes aye
has hath
does doth
marked courage or bravery valor
betrayal of ones country treason
supreme; absolute sovereign
an assistant, servant, or a favored person minion
to decieve beguile

The Outsiders Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

eluded
winced
premotion
elite
indignant
ruefully
aloofness
fiend
unceasingly
gallantly

Antigone Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

statisfied sated
excessive fondness sententiously
tuns or makes go to one side deflects
a public order edict
shameless brazen
show indecision waver
yielding to the ideas deference
scorn contempt
evil vile
expression of grief lamentation
speech or action; hasty rash