Type
Crossword
Description

paleness pallor
very grave formidable
nonsense gibberish
integrity/honesty probity
unfeeling HINT: found on hands after hard work callously
avoid evade
morally loose licentious
motionless; inertia's base word inert
a synonym for devilish demonic
hints/ rhymes with indications intimations
teasingly fascinated; allusion to Greek Tantalus tantalized
gallows/ also starts with a "g" gibbet
not yet, but soon presently
worn out; haggard gaunt
whining; also ends in "ing" sniveling
submissive; also begins with"sub" subservient
slander/another word used in court defamation
lawlessness anarchy
excited; sexually aroused titillated
enormous; a prodigy has enormous talent prodigious
shaking; think of earth quake quaking
clique; often relates to politics faction
respect; humble submission deference
nothing; also begins with an "n" naught
understand; also measures depth ;) fathom

The Crucible Act I, Set 1 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

content of thinking, characteristic of an individual, group, or culture ideology
ruined; destroyed worldly means, reputation, or hopes undone
nothing naught
uncivilized or irreligious person heathen
respect and esteem due to a superior or an elder deference
free from moral impurity white
points in time junctures
government of a state by immediate divine guidance theocracy
speaking or acting ina whining, sniffling, tearful or weakly emotional manner sniveling
been honest; told the complete truth opened
possessed or influenced by a demon; satanic; fiendish demonic
hints; suggestions intimations
something that causes wonder or astonishment marvel
summoned a devil or spirit by invocation or incantation conjured
strong; healthy hearty
udes as a title preceding a surname, usually a married woman of lowly station Goody
a statement that is seemingly contradictory or opposed to common sense and yet is perhaps true paradox
deny; ignore; pretend not to see blink
event guided by God or divine leadership providence
trembling, suddering with fear quaking
sources of utter disgust or intense dislike abominations
wretched; evil conduct villainy
dreadful; fearful; extremely serious formidable
suffer ill health ail
socially acceptable behavior and speech propriety
unintelligible or meaningless language gibberish
group; clique faction
traded; had dealings or associations trafficked
affected by witchcraft witched
concealing the facts; hiding under false pretense dissembling
an immeasurably deep gulf abyss
steadily lessening dwindling
disposed to seek revenge vindictive
discredited or disgraced smirched
supporting with evidence or authority corroborating

The Crucible Vocabulary: Act 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An ordeal or severe trial can be known as crucible
unable to move or act inert
to gain favor with someone by deliberate efforts ingratiate
a statement or idea that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth paradox
to conceal one's true motives or thoughts often by giving a false or misleading appearance dissemble
One definition for this is: to be reluctant to give or allow begrudge
causing fear or apprehension formidable
a state of alarm, dread, or apprehension trepidation
to settle accounts, as with a person (often followed by "up") reckon
a biased, even blind supporter of a person, group, or cause, often not willing to listen to other people's opinions partisan
to excite or arouse agreeably titillate
an act that is actually pretend or false; a piece of make-believe pretense
sexually unrestrained or; lawless or immoral licentious

The crucible Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Effrontery
Confounded
Deferentially
Imperceptible
Contentious
Blasphemy
Abomination
Gingerly
Qual
Theology
Deference
Base
Avidly
Ameliorate
Pallor
Inculcation
Calumny
Dissembling
Ingratiating
Predilection
Iniquity
Propitiation
Licentious
Exaltation
Exude
Boundless
Indictment
Astonished
Gaunt
Stench

The Crucible Act 1 Project Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

infer
evolve
engage
emerge
differentiate
determine
correlate
critical
compose
analyze
parochial
pulpit
ecstatic
fathom
ecclesiasts
exaltation
yeomanry
puritanical
sniveling
abominations

The Crucible Vocabulary Act 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Testing circumstances that cause people to change; an ordeal or sever trial Crucible
Unable to move or act Inert
To gain favor with someone by deliberate efforts Ingratiate
A statement or idea that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth Paradox
To conceal one's true motives or thoughts often by giving false or misleading appearance Dissemble
To envy or resent the pleasure or good fortune of someone else Begrudge
Causing fear or apprehension Formidable
A state of alarm, dread, or apprehension; involuntary trembling or quivering Trepidation
To settle accounts, as with a person Reckon
A biased, even blind supporter of a person, group, or cause, often not willing to listen to other people's opinions Partisan
To excite or arouse agreeably Titillate
An act that is actually pretend or false; a piece of make-belive Pretense
Lawless or immoral Licentious

The Crucible Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ameliorate
pallor
ecstatic
licentious
prudent
exaltation
malevolence
wily
resurgence
abrogation
methodical
malign
bemused
defamation
prodigious
partisan
hypocrisy
trepidation
formidable
corroborating

The Crucible Vocabulary: Act 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Bottom of a furnace Crucible
Unable to move or act Inert
To gain favor with someone by deliberate efforts Ingratiate
A statement or idea that seems self contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth Paradox
To conceal one's true motives or thoughts often by giving a false or misleading appearance Dissemble
To envy or resent the pleausure or good fortune of someone else Begrudge
Discouraging because of awesome strength, power, size, or strength Formidable
State of alarm, dread, or apprehension Trepidation
To count, compute, or calculate Reckon
A biased, even blind supporter of a person, group or cause, often not willing to listen to other people's opinions Partisan
To excite or arouse agreeably Titillate
An act that is actually pretend or false, a piece of make-believe Pretense
Sexually unrestrained Licentious
Title for married women, short for "goodwife" Goody
For fun or play Sport
Mute, unable to speak Dumb
Intelligence, mental faculties Wits
A class of English commoners who owned and farmed their own land and later a British volunteer cavalry force, formed in 1761 Yeomanry
To barter or exchange with; to have dealing with Truck

A Wrinkle In Time Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

carefully warily
obedient - easily controlled tractable
questionable dubious
condition of decay dilapidated
overcome or conquer subdue
ridicule snide
hostility antagonistic
angrily indignantly
open to attack vulnerable
gloomy and dismal sullen
relating to the body corporal
able to be touched tangible
with sound judgement judiciously
a wrinkle in time tesseract
enormous - exciting wonder prodigious
to make or become similar assimilate
to skip about in play gambol
bitterness resentment
temporary madness frenzy
lying on the back with the face upward supine
unclouded - clear serene
worthless, trivial, insignificant paltry
to sink or submerge subside
peacefully placidly
the Murray's dog fortinbras,
the author of A Wrinkle in Time Madeleine k L'Engle
lives in Orion's belt Happy k Medium
the sister of Charles Wallace Margaret k Murray
the brother of Margaret Murray Charles k Wallace

The Crucible Act 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Dangerous or threatening Forbidding
Likely to create or cause agreement or strife; quarrelsome Contentious
Honesty; integrity and uprightness Probity
Extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, force Prodigious
To find fault with; blame; censure Reproach
Behavior or an attitude that is so shamelessly bold that it’s insulting Effrontery
Free from spot or stain; spotlessly clean Immaculate
An uneasy feeling about the tightness of an action or conduct Qualm
Treacherous cunning or cleverness in attaining a goal; crafty or artful deception Guile
Skeptical; disbelieveing Incredulous
Unrestrained or excessive indulgence of sexual desire or lustful behavior Lechery
By the very fact or act; as an inevitable result; a direct consequence Ispo Facto

Of Mice and Men Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

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