Type
Crossword
Description

adj. faulty, imperfect; adv. in an improper way amiss
n. noisy fight, quarrel; v. to quarrel noisily brawl
v. loathe, violent antipathy towards each other, hate detest
adj. native to a country; n. a household servant domestic
adj. scandalous, extremely bad flagrant
n. defect, crack, a slight fault flaw
n. inexperienced person, beginner, young bird about to leave nest; adj. budding fledgling
v. become confused, upset, nervous; n. state of agitation or confusion fluster
adj. utmost chief, primary; adv. in the first place foremost
n.force with which something moves momentum

Vocab project unit 7 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

faulty or imperfect amiss
noisy fight or quarrel. brawl
hate or dislike detest
native to a country, not foreign domestic
scandalous, extremley bad flagrant
a slight fault, imperfect flaw
an inexpirenced person, beginner. fledgling
to make or become confused, agitated, or nervous. fluster
chief,most important foremost
the force or speed with which something moves. momentum
striking or remarkable notable
to bring up, care for, or train. nurture
enigma, anomaly paradox
the act of swearing to a lie perjury
to take for granted presume
earlier, former prior.
skilled expert, capable in any field or activity proficent
a burst of gunfire or a cannon shot salvo
wide awake, on high alert vigilant
intense anger wrath

Cami's Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

faulty; improper way amiss
a noisy quarrel or fight; to fight noisily brawl
to hate detest
native to country; a household servant domestic
extremely bad; scandalous flagrant
a slight fault; crack flaw
an inexperienced person; a young bird about to leave the nest fledgling
to make or become confused; nervous fluster
chief; in the first place foremost
the force or speed with which something moves momentum
remarkable; a person who is well known notable
to bring up; upbringing nurture
a self-contradictory statement that on a closer examination proves true paradox
the act of swearing to a lie perjury
assume or suppose presume
earlier; former prior
skilled, expert, capable in any field proficient
a burst of gunfire or cannon; often as tribute salvo
alert; watchful vigilant
intense anger wrath

Vocab Unit 7 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

defect flaw
scandalous flagrant
native domestic
to hate detest
spar brawl
awry amiss
novice fledgling
aggitate fluster
chief foremost
thrust momentum
noteworthy noteable
care for nurture
rage wrath
wide awake vigilant
barage salvo
skilled proficient
earlier prior
surmise presume
false witness perjury
enigma paradox

Tic-Tac-Toe Unit 7 Julian Myron Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

faulty amiss
noisy quarrel or fight brawl
to hate detest
native to a country domestic
very bad flagrant
slight fault flaw
beginner fledgling
become confused fluster
cheif foremost
force or speed momentum
striking notable
to bring up nurture
self contradictory statement paradox
act of swearing to a lie perjury
take for granted presume
former prior
skilled proficient
gunfire salvo
alert vigilant
anger wrath

Vocab Unit 7 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

faulty, imperfect amiss
fight brawl
to hate detest
native domestic
extremely bad flagrant
defect flaw
novice fledgling
to confuse fluster
most important foremost
thrust momentum
remarkable notable
raise nurture
enigma paradox
false witness perjury
assume presume
earlier prior
skilled proficient
gunfire slavo
alert vigilant
intense anger wrath

Unit 1-3 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

(v.) To warn of a fault, lightly scold admonish
(n.) A confused or disordered condition, a mess; (v.) To mix up in a confused or bungling manner muddle
(v.) To cause to disappear by rubbing out, striking out, etc. efface
(v.) To seize for military use; confiscate commandeer
(n.) A state in which progress is impossible, a standstill; (v.) To bring or come into a standstill deadlock
(adj.) Holding stubbornly and often unreasonably to one's own opinions opinionated
(n.) A plant that lasts for several years; (adj.) Lasting a very long time, enduring perennial
(adj.) Being without restraint unbridled
(n.) Property saved from a shipwreck, fire, etc.; (v.) To save from a shipwreck, fire, etc. salvage
(n.) A situation in which a choice between opposing modes of conduct is necessary dilemma
(n.) Feed for livestock, especially coarsely chopped hay or straw fodder
(adj.) Highly profitable lucrative
(v.) To conquer subjugate
(adj.) Brief and to the point; effectively concise terse
(v.) To provide with defensive works, to strengthen fortify
(n.) Forcible ejection expulsion
(v.) To increase or spread at a rapid rate proliferate
(adj.) Irregular erratic
(adj.) Undecipherable illegible
(v.) To suspend until a later stated time adjourn
(v.) To put an end or stop to terminate
(adj.) High in station, merit, or esteem; Famous eminent
(v.) To overlook, forgive, or disregard condone
(n.) A heated quarrel altercation
(adj.) Like an angel, having childlike qualities of an innocent and chubby face cherubic

Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

faulty, imperfect, not as should be amiss
a noisy quarrel or fight brawl
to hate detest
a household servant domestic
extremely bad flagrant
a defect flaw
inexperienced fledgling
to make or become nervous fluster
most important foremost
the force or speed with which something moves momentum
remarkable notable
to bring up nurture
a person/thing with seemingly contradictory qualities paradox
the act of swearing to a lie perjury
to take for granted presume
earlier prior
skilled proficient
a burst of gunfire salvo
alert vigilant
intense anger wrath

vocab tic tac toe Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

faulty,imperfect amiss
a noisy quarrel or fight brawl
to hate detest
native to a country not foreign domestic
extremely bad flagrant
a slight fault flaw
inexperienced fledgling
to make or become confused fluster
chief; most important foremost
the force or speed with which something moves momentum
striking, remarkable notable
to care for nurture
a self contradictory statement paradox
the act of swearing to a lie perjury
to take for granted presume
earlier ,former prior
skilled, expert proficient
a burst of gunfire or cannon shot salvo
wide-awake vigilant
intense anger wrath

Unit 7 Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

wrath
vigilant
salvo
proficient
prior
presume
perjury
paradox
nurture
notable
momentum
foremost
fluster
fledgling
flaw
flagrant
domestic
detest
brawl
amiss

Vocab Word search

Type
Word Search
Description

vigilant
salvo
proficient
prior
presume
perjury
paradox
nurture
notable
momentum
foremost
fluster
fledgling
flaw
flagrant
domestic
detest
brawl
amiss