Type
Crossword
Description

A small structure with one or more open sides that is used to vend merchandise. ex. newspaper KIOSK
A tract of soft wet land usually characterized by monocotyledons. MARSH
Relieve, lessen. ALLEVIATE
A mark left where something was previously attached. SCAR
A dwelling place: place of residence. DOMICILE
Expressing or causing contemptuous ridicule or scorn. DERISIVELY
A complex orderly self-inclusive system. COSMOS
Filled with uncertainty. PERPLEXED
Foreboding or foreshadowing evil. OMINOUS
Deficiency of color, especially of the face. PALLOR
The route of a journey or tour or the proposed outline of one. ITINERARY
A woman who rules or dominates a family, group, or state. MATRIARCH
With force and energy. VIGOROUSLY
Moved by despair or utter loss of hope. DESPERATE
The spiritual principle embodied in human beings. SOUL

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

chronic
repentant
conspicuous
vindictive
apprehension
ominous
frivolous
notoriety
wily
turmoil
reluctance
perplexed
loathe
despair
beguiled
apprehensively
anatomy

The Crucible Vocab List #2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Having no regard for accepted rules or standards licentious
Escape or avoid by cleverness or deceit evade
In a state of exalted delight ecstatic
Severe reproof; strong censure condemnation
Deliberate deception for unfair or unlawful gains fraud
Extreme paleness pallor
Bewildered; puzzled; confused perplexed
Filled with an anger aroused by something unjust or unworthy indignant
Expressing mocking or contemptuous remarks sarcastical
Having low moral standards; contemptible; inferior base
Having a moral defect; infected tainted
Ineptly awkwardly
Disaster calamity
Enthusiastically avidly
An irreverant or impious act or utterance blasphemy

mice and men vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight Pugnacious
show one's resentment or anger, especially by throwing up the head and drawing in the chin Bridled
showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's achievements" Complacently
showing a critical or disrespectful attitude Derogatory
appease the anger or anxiety of (someone) Mollified
in a way that suggests that something bad is going to happen" Ominously
Abrupt and curt in manner or speech; discourteously blunt. Brusquely
a particular point in events or time Junctures
scattered fragments, typically of something wrecked or destroyed Debris
move in a slow, heavy, awkward way Lumbered
assuming power or authority without justification; arrogant and domineering Imperiously
(especially of a person or human figure) lying down Recumbent
ill-tempered Morosely
contemptuous ridicule or mockery Derision
run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps Scuttled
using or expressing dry, especially mocking, humor Wryly
deserving censure or condemnation Reprehensible
crouch down in fear Cowering
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen Apprehension
old and torn; in poor condition Tattered
bad-tempered and sulky; gloomy Sullenness
turn away (one's eyes or thoughts) Averted
(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality Meager
in a scornful way that shows disdain Contemptuously
comfort (someone) at a time of grief or disappointment Consoled
make continual twisting, squirming movements or contortions of the body Writhed
cause (someone) to become perplexed and confused Bewildered
move fast in a straight line because or as if driven by the wind Scudded
have an unpleasant, annoying, or disturbing effect Jarred
hostile and aggressive Belligerently
feeling or expressing contempt or derision Scornfully
dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest Monotonous
slow-moving or inactive Sluggishly
make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice Jeering
morose, bad-tempered, and resentful; refusing to be cooperative or cheerful Sulkily

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

LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The murder who killed Patrick MARY
The feeling Mary felt when Patrick told her the news at the beginning of the story SHOCK
The murder weapon LAMBLEG
The victim PATRICK
When someone acts strangely, such as Mary, they are called this PECULIAR
Abounding in, enjoying; Mary describes her husband coming home as a what part of her day BLISSFUL
The person Mary used as an alibi to help her not get caught after she killed her husband SAM
Behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or killing someone violence
Mary acts __________ after killing her husband, not upset or scared NATURAL
afraid; fearful, such as Mary was before her husband told her something very serious FRIGHTENED
Extreme distress or sorrow, describes the murder of Patrick TRAGIC
Calm and free of disturbance; how the house was before Patrick got home tranquil
Allowing light, semitransparent translucent
Pleasantly calm and peacefully PLACID
Strictly observant of an appointed or regular time; not late; describes Patrick at the beginning of the story PUNCTUALLY
To enjoy oneself LUXURIATE
Completely confused; perplexed BEWILDERED
Sickness at the stomach; loathing, Mary felt this after Patrick told her the shocking news NAUSEA
Desperate or wild with fear; the way Mary acted after she saw her husband dead FRANTIC
Irrational from fear or shock HYSTERICALLY

Of Mice and Men Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

feeling contempt or derision Scornful
Downhearted Crestfallen
This is such a ___ audience Receptive
I don't think you realize the ____ of the situation Gravity
The supreme court must be ____ Decisive
Aggressive Pugnacious
scoffing Skeptical
In drama class we had to ____ a scene Pantomime
defeat Despair
Distant Aloof
glumly morosely
pooh-pooh Scoff
That woman has ____ hair grizzled
____ remarks are commonly unaccepted deroatory
hesitative apprehensive
smugly complacently
sinful reprehensible
exaggerated flattery fawning
sorrow woe
I was filled with ____ when i heard about upcomming pay-cuts indignation

The Yellow Wallpaper Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

suitable to your needs congenial
tending to attract attention; marked by ostentatious display flamboyant
beyong or deviating from the usual or expected queer
the trait of being rude and inclined to take liberties impertinence
glaringly vivid and graphic; marked by sensationalism lurid
an administrative unit of government bureau
obvious to the eye or mind conspicuous
easily influenced impressionable
expressing reproof especially as corrective reproachful
the action of coilng or twisting or winding together convolution
lacking clarity of meaning perplexing
the act of treating with contempt derision

Of Mice and Men Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

seams; closures junctures
remains; ruins; wreckage debris
blotchy; speckled; spotted mottled
lying down; reclining recumbent
tiredly; with exhaustion wearily
drearily; dully morosely
shyly; apprehensively; faintheartedly timidly
frowned; glared scowled
giving up resignedly
harshly; bluntly brusquely
arrogantly; domineeringly imperiously
with depression; with sadness dejectedly
insulted; ridiculed scoffed
with doubt; with disbelief skeptically
suddenly; hurriedly abruptly
soothed; calmed mollified
aggressive; unfriendly; hostile pugnacious
threateningly; fatefully; forebodingly ominously
negative; uncomplimentary; unflattering derogatory
aggressively; forwardly belligerently

Tone and Mood vocab set #2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

negatively criticizing critical
having despair or no hope despairing
not paying attention to or caring about something, free from prejudice or self-interest detached
feeling of dislike for someone or something seen as unworthy or inferior disdainful
defeated in expectation or hope disappointed
loathing, hatred, severe dislike disgusted
having doubts, open to question doubtful
overwhelming emotion, especially happiness ecstatic
thrilled, overjoyed elated
strong excitement of feeling enthusiastic
extensive knowledge acquired mainly from books erudite
explaining explanatory
joyfully enthusiastic exuberant
joking, often inappropriately facetious
restricted to, or based on, fact factual
related to imagination or fancy rather than by reasin and experience fanciful
lacking proper respect or seriousness flippant
an omen, prediction, or feeling especially of coming evil foreboding
correct or lawful form, no slang using technical words formal
directly, forward forthright
serious anger furious
low in spirits, depressing gloomy
given to grumbling, complaining grouchy
outright pride, thinking you're better than everyone else haughty

Visual Merchandising and Display Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

encompasses all of the physical elements that merchandisers use to protect an image to customers Visual merchandising
refers to the vsual and artistic aspects of presenting a product to a target group of customers Display
encompasses a store's sign or logo, marquee, banners, awinings, windows, and the exterior design, ambiance, and landscaping Storefront
architectural canopy that extends over a store's entrance marquee
ways that stores use floor space to facilitate and promote sales and serve customers store layout
principal installations in a store fixtures
consumer sales promotion device Point-of-purchase displays
playing a growing role in point-of-sale merchandising Kiosks
illustrates the relationships among colors color wheel
found opposite of each other on the color wheel and are used to create high contrast complementary colors
also known as analogous colors, are located next to each other in the color wheel and share the same undertones adjacent colors
involve three colors equally spaced on the color wheel, such as red, yellow, and blue triadic colors
area in the display that attracts attention first, above all else focal point
refers to the relationship between and among objects in a display proportion
created when large items are placed with large items and small items are placed with small items formal balance
created when several small items are placed with one large one informal balance