Type
Crossword
Description

syn: abbreviate abridge
any: forbid condone
The author was very ____ because she had won many awards for the book she had written. eminent
having childlike innocence cherubic
syn: disagree dissent
The student had a(n) ______ with the teacher because he claims he turned his paper in on time. altercation
ant: calm irate
the outward appearance semblance
There was a ____ in the boat and it caused the boat to sink. rift
syn: discontinue terminate
ant: surrender usurp
syn: greed gluttony
The ____ went into the store and took all he saw then ran out before the police could get to the store and arrest him. marauder
a very poor person pauper
syn: steal pilfer
ant: disbeliever adherent
invent something with deceitful intent fabricate
ant: maintain exorcise
syn: conquer sumount
When the kids were done reading the ____ book they were mad because the ending was predictable. trite

vocab unit 3 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

poly
multi
trans
mis
over
Wednesday
parallel
lightning
government
especially
usurp
trite
terminate
surmount
semblance
rift
pilfer
pauper
marauder
irate
gluttony
fabricate
exorcise
eminent
dissent
condon
cherubic
altercation
adherent
abridge

Unit 3 Vocabulary Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

usurp
abridge
pilfer
eminent
dissent
pauper
rift
exorcise
condone
adherent
trite
obesity
cherubic
semblance
irate
altercation
terminate
fabricate
surmount
marauder

Unit 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Shorten (book, Movie, etc.) without losing sense ABRIDGE
Someone who supports a particular party ADHERENT
To take over by force USURP
Rubbed or worn by use TRITE
to bring to an end TERMINATE
Overcome a difficult obstacle SURMOUNT
A likeness image SEMBLANCE
A gap or opening RIFT
Steal typically things of small value PILFER
A very poor person PAUPER
A thief or robber MARAUDER
Feeling or characterized by great anger IRATE
Excessive eating and drinking GLUTTONY
To assemble parts and sections FABRICATE
Drive out or attempt to drive out an evil spirt EXORCISE
Noteworthy great importance EMINENT
To differ in opinion DISSENT
Accept and allow CONDONE
Having a childlike innocence CHERUBIC
A nosy argument or disagreement ALTERCATION

Grade 8/ELA Honors...."Tomorrow's Leaders"/Unit 3 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
condone
dissent
eminent
exorcise
fabricate
irate
marauder
obesity
pauper
pilfer
rift
semblance
surmount
terminate
trite
usurp

Unit 3 Vocabulary Choice Assignment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

USURP
TRITE
TERMINATE
SURMOUNT
SEMBLANCE
RIFT
PILFER
OBESITY
PAUPER
MARAUDER
IRATE
FABRICATE
EXORCISE
EMINENT
DISSENT
CONDONE
CHERUBIC
ALTERCATION
ADHERENT
ABRIDGE

Unit 3 Vocabulary Words Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

abridge
cherubic
dissent
adherent
terminate
semblance
fabricate
rift
surmount
usurp
pauper
altercation
eminent
condone
obesity
marauder
trite
exorcise
pilfer
irate

crossword puzzle vocab unit 3 (synonyms)

Type
Crossword
Description

greed, over eating gluttony
shorten, cut adbridge
fake, falsify fabricate
seize,take over usurp
tired, worn out trite
end, stop terminate
angry ,mad irate
follower,supporter adherent
argument, fight altercation
raider , robber , bandit marauder
poor person, indigent pauper
steal, thieve, to take pilfer
crack, split, fault rift
air , show, front semblance
over come, conquer surmount
angelic, sweet , cute cherubic
accept condone
conflict, misbelief dissent
notable, noteworthy, great eminent
drive out , expel exorcise

vocab unit 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

steal pilfer
The teacher was ____ when he caught the students cheating. irate
There was ___ in the road, which made us get stuck. rift
v. to overcome fears surmount
V. accept or allow (behavior considered morally wrong or offensive) to continue. condone
N. a raider, attacks enemies MARAUDER
The company had to ____ his contract because he did not pay his bill. terminate
The loud___ made it hard for us to enjoy the movie. altercation
Support, follow ADHERENT
V. hold or express opinions dissent
He judged her on her___and did not give her a chance. SEMBLANCE
n. remark, opinion, or idea overused trite
N. a very poor person pauper
Drive out, expel exorcise
Adj. having child like innocence cherubic
N. habitual greed or excess in eating gluttony
support, follow adherent
Celebrity, famous EMINENT
shorten, lessen abridge
construct, create fabricate

Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Terminate
Irate
Altercation
Surmount
Fabricate
Rift
Abridge
Semblance
Dissent
Cherubic
Marauder
Pauper
Trite
Obesity
Condone
Exorcise
Adherent
Usurp
Eminent
Pilfer

Unit 3 (Level D) Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

lessen, diminish, or curtail abridge
someone who believes and helps to spread a doctrine adherent
a noisy quarrel altercation
having a sweet nature befitting an angel cherubic
excuse, overlook, or make allowances for condone
a difference of opinion dissent
standing above others in quality or position eminent
expel through adjuration or prayers exorcise
put together out of artificial or natural components fabricate
feeling or showing extreme anger irate
someone who attacks in search of booty marauder
habitual eating to excess gluttony
a person who is very poor pauper
make off with belongings of others pilfer
a narrow fissure in rock rift
an outward appearance that is deliberately misleading semblance
get on top of; deal with successfully surmount
bring to an end or halt terminate
repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse trite
seize and take control without authority usurp