Zaria hunt's crossword puzzle 10 points lesson 7!

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give offical permission for or approval to authorize
a person who is resposible for a crime or other misdeeds culprit
waste time; be slow dawdle
methodically cut up ( a body, part, or plant) in order to study its internal parts dissect
spend or use up ( a resourse such as money, time, or energy) expend
an occurrence of death by accident, in war, or from disease fatality
easily persuaded to believe something; credulous gullible
forbidden by laws, rules, or customs illicit
dip or submerge in a liquid immerse
realating to or causing inflammation of a part of body inflammatory
a written message in busniess memorandum
arousing pity pathetic
maintane something in its orignal or exsiting state preserve
speack or act in a evesive way prevaricate
reject or void quash

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Sadlier Unit 7 Word Scramble

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Description

Prevaricate
Pathetic
Scour
Relish
Fatality
Authorize
Gullible
Culprit
Dawdle
Testimonial
Dissect
Illicit
Immerse
Reminisce
Inflammatory
Persevere
Writhe
Expend
Quash
Memorandum

Sadlier unit 7 Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Writhe
Testimonial
Scour
Reminisce
Relish
Quash
Prevaricate
Persevere
Pathetic
Memorándum
Inflammatory
Immerse
Illicit
Gullible
Fatality
Expend
Dissect
Dawdle
Culprit
Authorize

Unit 7 vocab crossword puzzle

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Crossword
Description

to approve or permit authorize
an offender culprit
to waste time dawdle
to cut apart in preparation for scientific study dissect
to use up expend
an accidental death fatality
easily fooled gullible
not permitted illicit
to plunge or dip in a fluid immerse
causing excitment or anger inflammatory
a note to aid one's memory memorandum
able to move people emotionally pathetic
to keep doing something in spite of difficulties persevere
to lie prevaricate
to crush quash
enjoyment or satisfaction relish
to recall one's past feelings reminisce
to clean or polish by hard rubbing scour
expressing the value and worth of someone or something testimonial
to make twisting or turning movements in a way tat suggests pain or struggle writhe

WordSearch For Kids Like You

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Word Search
Description

Authorize
Culprit
Dawdle
Dissect
Expend
Fatality
Gullible
illicit
Immerse
Inflammatory
Memorandum
Pathetic
Persevere
Prevaricate
quash
Relish
Reminisce
Scour
Testimonial
Writhe

UNIT 7 VOCAB Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

TO APPROVE OR PERMIT AUTHORIZE
SOMETHING DONE TO SHOW THANKS TRIBUTE
A PERSON WHO HAS COMMITTED A CRIME CULPRIT
TO WASTE TIME DAWDLE
TO CUT A PART DISSECT
TO PAY OUT OR TO SPEND EXPEND
AN ACCIDENTAL DEATH FATALITY
EASILY FOOLED GULLIBLE
NOT PERMITTED ILLICIT
TO PLUNGE IMMERSE
CAUSING EXCITEMENT OR ANGER INFLAMMATORY
A NOTE TO AID ONES MEMORY MEMORANDUM
MARKED BY STRONG EMOTION PATHETIC
TO KEEP DOING SOMETHING PERSEVERE
TO LIE OR TELL AN UNTRUTH PERVARICATE
TO CRUSH OR OUT DOWN QUASH
ENJOYMENT OR SATISFACTION RELISH
TO RECALL ONES PAST REMINISCE
TO CLEAN OR POLISH SCOUR
TWISTING OR TURNING MOVEMENTS WRITHE

Lesson 7 Language Arts Vocabulary By: Lucy Kerwin Crossword

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Crossword
Description

means to approve authorize
means to show thanks or respect tribute
means a person who has committed a crime culprit
means to waste time dawdle
in science in sixth grade we did this to a frog in science class as an experiment dissect
means to spend expend
means an accidental death fatality
means tricked gullible
means unlawful illicit
means to plunge immerse
means disorder inflammatory
means to report memorandum
means worthy of pity pathetic
means to refuse to quit persevere
an example is if you LIE prevaricate
a synonym is suppress quash
means to enjoy greatly relish
means feelings reminisce
means to clean or polish scour
a synonym is thrash writhe

Vocab Crossword Key

Type
Crossword
Description

To give power to Authorize
To twist, squirm, thrash Writhe
To pay out, or spend Expend
To plunge or dip into a fluid Immerse
an offender Culprit
to waste time Dawdle
to cut apart dissect
unlawful, improper illicit
scrub, polish, search scour
enjoyment, satisfaction relish
to refuse to quit persevere
to show thanks, a payment tribute
resulting in death fatality
easily tricked or fooled gullible
causing anger inflammatory
a note or reminder memorandum
moving, heartrending pathetic
to lie,tell an untruth prevaricate
to crush, put down completely quash
to recall one's past thoughts reminisce

Spelling test Word Scramble

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Word Scramble
Description

authorize
culprit
dawdle
dissect
expend
fatality
gulible
illicit
immerse
inflammatory
memorandum
pathetic
persevere
prevaricate
quash
relish
reminisce
scour
testimonial
writhe

Unit 7 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to have permission, allowed authorize /
someone who committed a crime, one who is guilty of misconduct culprit
to spend more time on something than is necessary dawdle
to cut for scientific studies, to analyze carefully dissect
to spend up; use up expend
an event that results in death; an accidental death fatality
easily fooled, tricked gullible
not permitted; improper illicit
to plunge into a fluid; involve deeply immerse
causing excitement or anger; inflammatory
a note to aid one's memory memorandum
marked by strong emotion, worthy of pity; pathetic
to refuse to quit when the going is tough persevere
to lie, to purposely mislead prevaricate
to put down completely; quash
enjoyment or satisfaction; v. to enjoy relish
to recall one's past memories, feelings, or experiences reminisce
to to clean or polish roughly, to examine with great care scour
a formal statement that testifies one's qualifications and characteristics testimonial
to make twisting or turning movements in a way which suggests pain or struggle writhe

Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To Approve Authorize
A person who has committed a crime Culprit
To waste time Dawdle
To cut apart Dissect
To use up Expend
An event resulting in death Fatality
Easily tricked Gullible
Not permitted Illicit
To plunge or dip into a fluid Immerse
Leading to violence or disorder Inflammatory
A note to aid one's memory Memorandum
Marked by strong emotion, especially pity and sorrow Pathetic
To keep doing something in spite of difficulties Persevere
To lie, tell an untruth Prevaricate
To crush, put down completely Quash
Enjoyment or satisfaction Relish
To recall one's past thoughts Reminisce
To clean or polish by hard rubbing Scour
Something done or given to show thanks or respect Tribute
To make twisting or turning movements in a way that suggests pain Writhe