Type
Crossword
Description

decorated in a fancy, flashy style ornate
having a lot bountiful
misleading or dishonest deceptive
a written account of one's personal life memoir
divide into portions allot
to exceed surpass
outstanding sublime
care for foster
absorb something assimilate
to introduce gradually instill
a device that restricts the movement of a prisoner shackle
safe place haven
something that is extraordinary phenomenon
the main subject theme
standard conventional

Reading Midterms Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

abet
advocated
amiss
anarchy
ardent
attribute
audacious
avail
bizarre
bountiful
chastised
citadel
clad
conservative
conventional
deploy
desolate
dialect
era
evolve
exceptional
fastidious
feasible
fend
forebode
forfiet
formidable
fortified
fostered
gaunt
gingerly
groped
haggard
humane
instilled
inventory
legendary
mercanaries
modified
muster
ornate
phenomenon
preposterious
rebuke
reception
renown
rubble
rue
shackle
sublime
tedious
turbulent
tycoon
ultimate

Vocabulary Week 8 Study Guide Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to distribute as a share allot
take up, absorb assimilate
giving freely bountiful
sanctioned by a general custom conventional
trickery deceptive
parental care foster
a safe place haven
implant, part ways instill
autobiography memoir
elaborately decorated ornate
extraordinary thing phenominon
something that confines the legs or arms shackle
noble, glorious sublime
to be superior surpass
a subject or topic of discourse theme

Tell tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sharp;keen Acute
To think of Concieve
To disturb;to annoy Vex
Smothered Stifled
Crack Crevice
cautiously;secretly Stealthily
Shameless daring or boldness Audacity
With intense emotion Vehemently
Ridicule Derision
False or deceptive Hypocritical
notice or perceive (something) and register it as being significant. Observe
strongly wish for or want (something). Desire
in a gradual way; slowly; by degrees. Gradually
a high-pitched piercing cry or sound; a scream. Shriek
the degree to which something has spread Extent
Graceful politeness Sauvity

Chapter vocabulary review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to reveal any secret or new information disclose
admit something is true concede
prevent something from happening inhibit
to become better surpass
enough or more than enough ample
having guilt after doing wrong remorse
anxious feeling something unpleasant will happen apprehensive
a person who receives something recipient
having fear or disrespect towards an undesirable object contempt
insisting an opinion stated is a fact dogmatic
deceptive appearance; false idea illusion
declare ones public approval or support endorse

Raymonds Run Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a series or people relieving one another or taking turns Relay
a person, especially a child or young person, having extraordinary talent or ability Prodigy
to stoop or bend low Crouch
to train in more than one sport Cross training
a close friend/ assistent Sidekick
Likely Liable
to become tense with fright; panic Clutch
a continuing process whereby an individual acquires a personal identity and learns the norms, values, behavior, and social skills she appropriate to his or her social position. Socialization
he fundamental reason or reasons serving to account for something. Rationale
reduced to poverty Impoverished
sharp or severe Acute
boldness or daring, especially with confident or arrogant disregard for personal safety, conventional thought, or other restrictions. Audacity
a crack forming an opening Crevice
ridicule; mockery Derision
of the nature of hypocrisy, or pretense of having virtues, beliefs, principles, etc., that one does not actually possess Hypocritical
done, characterized, or acting by stealth; furtive Stealthily
to quell, crush, or end by force Stifled
characterized by rancor or anger; violent Vehemently
to irritate; annoy; provoke Vex

The United States Government Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the political direction and control exercised over the actions of the members, citizens, or inhabitants of communities, societies, and states Government
a group of persons sworn to render a verdict or true answer on a question jury
a native or naturalized member of a state or nation citizen
the system of fundamental principles according to which a nation or state is governed constitution
the branch of government charged with the execution and enforcement of laws executive branch
the power or right vested in one branch of a government to cancel a law veto
the presentation of formal charges against a public official by the lower house impeachment
the presentation of formal charges against a public official by the lower house legislative branch
an official enumeration of the population, with details as to age, sex, occupation census
a meeting of party leaders to select candidates, elect convention delegates caucus
having power to frame or alter a political constitution or fundamental law constituent
a group of persons who work or conduct a campaign to influence members of a legislature to vote lobbying
the branch of government charged with the interpretation of laws judicial branch
the body of laws of a state or nation regulating ordinary private matters civil laws

Origins of American Government Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Consisting of two houses Bicameral
A charter agreed to by King John of England that granted nobles certain rights and restricted the King's powers Magna Carta
A colony that was based on a grant of land by the English monarch to a proprietor, or owner, in exchange for a yearly payment Proprietary Colony
Colonies based on a grant of land by the British crown to a company or a group of settlers Charter Colonies
An alliance formed in 1643 by the Plymouth, Connecticut, Massachussetts Bay, and New Haven colonies in order to defend themselves from threats posed by Native Americans and by settlers from near by Dutch colonies New England Confederation
First Plan for uniting the colonies, proposed by Benjamin Franklin Albany Plan of Union
Law passed by English parliament that required a government tax stamp on paper goods and all legal documents Stamp Act
A meeting of colonial delegates in Philidelphia to decide how to respond to the abuses of authority by the British government First Continental Congress
A declaration of citizen's rights issued by the Virginia Convention Virginia Declaration of Rights
The document that created the first central government for the United States. It was replaced by the Constitution in 1789 Articles of Confederation
Formally approved Ratified
Legislation passed by Congress to establish a plan for settling the North West territory Northwest Ordinance
Delegates of Constitutional Convention who developed the framework for the government and wrote the Constitution Framers
The plan for government in which the national government would have supreme power and a legislative branch would have two houses with represenatives determined by state population Virginia Plan
A proposal to create a unicameral legislature with equal representation of states instead or representation by population New Jersey Plan
An agreement worked out at the Constitutional Convention established that a states population would determine representation in the lower house of legislature, while each state would have equal representation in the upper house Great Compromise
Group of people who supported the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and a strong national government Federalist
Group of people who opposed the adoption of the Constitution Anti-Federalists
The pen name that the framers Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay used when writing the Federalist Papers Publius
The first ten ammendments to the U.S. Constitution concerning basic individual liberties Bill of Rights

Animal farm Vocab Chp 1-2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Tending to disbelieve Cynical
Individuals who disagree Dissentient
mutual hatred or hostility, ill will Enmity
settle comfortably Ensconce
braided Plaited
kind Benevolent
to get rid of Abolish
no emotion Apathy
frolic, skip and play Gambol
surpassing, better than, superior, outstanding Preeminent
people who cause great pain or make fun of others Tormenters

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

Vocab. Rays Way Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to distribute or divide into portions or shares. allot
to incorporate or absorb something; to adjust to. assimilate
having a lot; plentiful. bountiful
standard; ordinary. conventional
misleading or dishonest. deceptive
to encourage or care for. foster
a refuge or safe place. haven
to introduce gradually; implant. instill
a written account of one's personal life. memoir
decorated in a very fancy, flashy style. ornate
something that is extraordinary. phenomenon
a device (usually metal) that restricts the movement of a prisoner, like handcuffs. Also something that confines or restrains in general. shackle
supreme, outstanding or lofty. sublime
to exceed or go beyond. surpass
the main subject or unifying idea in a text, work of art, etc. theme