Type
Word Search
Description

austaerity
breakable
conclude
controlling
coplaining
culminate
dominate
fragile
monotonous
querulous
serious
tedious

Ch.10 voc. Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

REPETITIVE
MAIN
COMPLAIN
STERN
BROKEN
LAST
MONOTONOUS
DOMINANT
QUERULOUS
AUSTERITY
FRAGILE
CULMINATE

Economic Systems Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This type of state culminated with the rise of mercantilism absolutist
This type of economic theory was based on the amount of precious metals a country had bullionism
Dominant social system in medieval Europe feudalism
Attempt by the governemnt to standardize agriculture but was unsucessful(China) collectivization
The holder of the land in a feudal system vassals
The laborer bound to the land in a feudal state serf
This type of economic system originated in the Roman Empire manorialism
Political theory created by Karl Marx communism
This economic theory was prevalent during the age of exploration mercantilism
Mercantilism encouraged this type of trade international trade
Mercantilism perhaps found its greatest supporter in this country France
(two words) Instead of lassiez-faire, governments control economies by doing this set prices
in mercantilism a country wants to maximize this exports
assigns production goals in a command economy government
Combines the elements of a command and market economies mixed economy

A Long Walk to Water Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to talk in a dull, monotonous manner droned
a large uncleared area of trees and plant growth bush
one who opposes a government by force rebel
covered or concealed shrouded
large weapons artillery
with great care or caution gingerly
lived in inhabited
temporary, made out of what is available makeshift
very serious solemn
a long loud high pitched cry wailing
stalks of long grasses reeds
the front of a boat, bow prow
boring, repetitive monotonous
to measure gauge
transported, carried ferried
very extreme desperate
dry, without moisture arid
dried out by heat parched
to restore to life revive
dead body corpse
shelter for people displaced by war refugee camp
to express sorrow mourn
to cut down scythed

Anne frank : Diary of a Young Girl Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

sad or depressed melancholy
thte act of surrendering Capitulation
passionate; devoted; zealous ardent
serious; gloomy somber
items of personal property chattels
a room for cleaning and storing dishes and doing kitchen work scullery
uncompfortable; distressing oppressive
tediously unchanging or unvarying monotonous
stubbornly adhearing to an opinion, purpose, or course of action despite reasonable arguments against it obstinate
clandestinely; in a sneaky manner surreptitiously
a noisy disturbance or argument row
one who intentionally hinders the efforts of a person or group or destroys property belonging to another saboteur
with reverence for a particular worship or religion pious
having a pleasant, likable disposition congenial
two weeks fornight
bag, similar to a backpack, used to hold supplies or personal belongings rucksack
miserable, and depressed dejected
showing contempt or lack of respect disdainful
the act of freeing a person or group from the control of another emancipation
physically and /or emotionally distant aloof
cleared away; dispelled banished
reckless; without regard for what is right wanton
overly concerned with a minutes's details or formalisms; finicky pedantic
became quiet; lessened subsided
flirtatious behavior coquetry
excess fuss or concern ado
unalterable; unable to take back or change irrevocable
without interruption; constantly incessantly
honorable;having a high standard of morality or sense of right or wrong virtuous
loud enough to cause reverberation resounding

Anne Frank Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Excess fuss or concern ADO
Physically and/ or emotionally distant Aloof
Passionate; devoted; zealous ARDENT
Cleared away; dispelled BANISHED
The act of surrendering CAPITULATION
Items of personal property CHATTELS
Having a pleasant, likable disposition CONGENIAL
Flirtatious behaviors COQUETRY
Miserable and depressed dejected
Showing contempt or lack of respect disdainful
The act of freeing a person or group from the control of another emancipation
Two weeks fortnight
Without interruption; constantly incessantly
Unalterable; unable to take back or change IRREVOCABLE
Sad or depressed melancholy
Tediously unchanging or unvarying monotonous
Stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course of action despite reasonable arguments against it obstinate
Uncomfortable; distressing oppressive
Overly concerned with minute details of formalism; finicky pedantic
With reverence for a particular worship or religion pious
Loud enough to cause reverberation resounding
A noisy disturbance or argument row
Bag, similar to a backpack, used to hold supplies or personal belongings rucksack
One who intentionally hinders the efforts of a person or group or destroys property belonging to another SABOTEUR
A room for cleaning and storing dishes and doing kitchen work scullery
Serious; gloomy somber
Became quiet; lessened SUBSIDED
Clandestinely; in a sneaky manner SURREPTITIOUS
Honorable; having a high standard of morality or sense of right and wrong virtuous
Reckless; without regard for whats right wanton

Heredity Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

when many alleles and genes are involved Multiple Allele
when two dominant alleles are expressed in the offspring and they blend together Incomplete Dominance
the passing of physical characteristics from parents to offspring Heredity
a specific characteristic Trait
the study of heredity Genetics
egg and sperm cell joining Fertilization
fertilization of flowers pollination
organism from many generations with the same form of a trait Purebred
holds pollen in the flowers Stamen
takes pollen to make a seed Pistil
a number that describes how likely it is that an event will occur Probability
Physical appearance/ visible traits Phenotype
genetic makeup/alleles Genotype
when both alleles for a gene are expressed equally Codominance
factors that control a trait Genes
The different forms of a gene Alleles
trait that always shows up in the organism when the allele is present Dominant
is hidden whenever the dominant allele is present Recessive
having two of the same alleles Homozygous
having two different alleles Heterozygous

Context Clues Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

comments
fragile
rarely
crave
engrossed
heaven
fell
unjust
graceful
bite
Beautiful
Self-control

Romeo and Juliet Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

jocund
slander
calamity
beguile
lament
chide
deceit
piteous
tedious
garish
peril
prolixity
tetchy
posterity
devout
covert
adversary
pernicious
strife
mutiny

R and J vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

related to; concerning appertaining
rising high, directing one's hopes or ambitions toward achieving something Aspired
(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state. wretched
habitually associate with (someone), typically with the disapproval of others. consort
being banished from one's native country exile
too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous tedious
fluent or persuasive speaking or writing. eloquence
great sorrow or distress woe
Tricked or deceived charmed or enchanted (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way beguiled
pain or suffering or something that causes it affliction
be filled with a feeling of love for. enamored
difficulties; misfortune. adversity
prove more powerful than opposing forces; be victorious prevail
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character disposition
changing frequently, especially as regards one's loyalties, interests, or affection. fickle
regard with disgust and hatred. abhors

Heredity and Genetics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a distinguishing quality or characteristic trait
the offspring of two organisms with different forms of the same traits hybrid
trait that is blocked by the presence of a dominant factor recessive
a section of a chromosome that has genetic information for one trait gene
the two alleles that control the phenotype of a trait genotype
When the allele for a trait is on an X or Y sexlinked
when the two alleles of a gene are the same homozygous
when the two alleles of a gene are different heterozygous
a model used to predict possible genotypes and phenotypes of offspring Punnettsquare
the passing of traits from parents to offspring heredity
the study of how traits are passed from parents to offspring genetics
trait that blocks another genetic factor dominant
thread-like structures located inside the nucleus of cells that contain the genetic information that controls traits chromosome
different forms of the same genes alleles
how a trait appears or “is expressed” phenotype
when the offspring’s phenotype is a combination of the parent’s phenotypes incompletedominance
when both alleles can be observed in a phenotype codominance
deoxyribonucleic acid – an organism’s genetic material DNA
a molecule with a nitrogen base, a sugar, and a phosphate group nucleotide