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veto
timidity
surplus
shirk
parasite
pamper
notorious
morbid
lavish
lair
hospitable
grueling
futile
farce
dismantle
dilapidated
clutter
botch
beneficiary
bellow

Unit 10 vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Veto
Timidity
Surplus
Shirk
Parasite
Pamper
Notorious
Morbid
Lavish
Lair
Hospitable
Grueling
Futile
Farce
Dismantle
Dilapidated
Clutter
Botch
Beneficiary
Bellow

Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

veto
timidity
surplus
shirk
parasite
pamper
notorious
morbid
lavish
lair
hospitable
grueling
futile
farce
dismantle
dilapidated
clutter
botched
beneficiary
bellowed

spelling words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

veto
timidity
surplus
shirk
parasite
pamper
notorious
morbid
lavish
lair
hospitable
grueling
futile
farce
dismantle
dilapidated
clutter
botch
beneficiary
bellow

vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

veto
timidity
surplus
shirk
parasite
notorius
morbid
lavish
hospitable
grueling
futile
farce
dismantle
dilapidated
clutter
beneficiary
bellow
pamper
lair
botch

unit 10 vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a loud, angry roar bellow
(n) one who benefits from something; a person who is left money or other property in a will or the like beneficiary
(v.) to repair or patch poorly; make a mess of; (n.) a hopelessly bungled job botch
(v.) to fill or cover in a disorderly way; (n.) a state of disorder, mess clutter
(adj.) falling apart or ruined, run-down dilapidated
v.) to take apart; to strip of something dismantle
(n.) a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings; broad or far-fetched humor; a ridiculous sham farce
adj.) not successful, failing to have any result; useless; unimportant, frivolous futile
(adj.) very tiring, calling for an extreme effort grueling
(adj.) offering friendly or generous treatment to guests; open to anything new or strange hospitable
(n.) the home or den of a wild animal; any hideout lair
adj.) overly generous, extravagant; abundant; (v.) to spend or give freely or without limit lavish
(adj.) in an unhealthy mental state, extremely gloomy; caused by or related to disease, unwholesome morbid
(adj.) widely known because of bad conduct notorious
(v.) to allow too many privileges,be too generous and easygoing toward pamper
n.) an organism that lives on or in another organism; one who lives off another person parasite
(v.) to avoid or get out of doing work, to neglect a duty; to sneak, slink shirk
(n.) an amount beyond what is required, excess; (adj.) more than what is needed or expected surplus
(n.) the state of being easily frightened timidity
(n.) the power to forbid or prevent; (v.) to prohibit, reject veto

Unit 10 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

dark, gloomy morbid
hopeless, no chance of success futile
roar bellow
the President has this power veto
famous, being known for something notorious
extra, more than needed surplus
a tick is an example of this parasite
needs a great deal of repair dilapidated
too much stuff everywhere clutter
to mess up, bungle the job botch
den, hideout lair
welcoming hospitable
someone who has inherited something beneficiary
describes task that is very difficult and time-consuming to complete grueling
to spoil, make it too easy for pamper
to take apart dismantle
opposite of boldness, bravery timidity
an unbelievable, ridiculous performance farce
to shy away from, avoid shirk

Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to make a sound similar to that of a bull bellow
one who benefits to something beneficiary
to repair or patch poorly botch
to fill or cover in a disorderly way clutter
falling spart or ruined; run-down dilapidated
to take apart dismantle
a play filled with ridicuclous or absurd happenings farce
not successful futile
very tiring grueling
offering friendly or generous treatment to guests hospitable
the home or den of a wild animal lair
overly generous lavish
in an unhealthy mental state morbid
widley know because of bad conduct notorious
to allow to many privalleges pamper
an organism that lives in or on another organism parasite
to avoid or get out of doing work shirk
an amount beyond wat is required surplus
the state of being easily frightned timidity
the power to forbid or prevent veto

Unit 10 Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to make a sound similar to that of a bull bellow
one who benefits from something beneficiary
a hopelessly bungled job botch
a state of disorder , mess clutter
falling apart or ruined, run-down dilapidated
to take apart, to strip of something dismantle
a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings farce
not successful, failing to have any result futile
very tiring, calling for an extreme effort grueling
offering friendly or generous treatment to guests hospitable
the home or den of a wild animal lair
to spend or give freely or without limit lavish
in an unhealthy mental state morbid
widely known because of bad control notorious
be too generous and easygoing towards pamper
an organism that lives in or on another organism parasite
to avoid or get out of doing work shirk
more than what is needed or expected surplus
the state of being easily frightened timidity
the power to forbid or prevent veto

Vocab Unit 10-B Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

antonym for whisper; murmur bellow
synonym for recipient, heir beneficiary
synonym for foul up; bungle, mangle botch
antonym for order, tidiness, neatness clutter
My first vehicle was an old beat up and ____________________ car that had seen better days. dilapidated
antonym for put together, assemble, construct dismantle
antonym for tragedy, meoldrama, tearjerker farce
We don’t have enough actresses because all our efforts to convince Erica to try out for the play were ______________________________. futile
antonym for easy effortless grueling
Our _______________________ neighbors frequently entertain overnight guests and host dinner parties. hospitable
a hideout; the home or den of a wild animal lair
The wedding decorations included a ___________________________________ display of flowers in every hue of pink. lavish
synonym for depressed, unsound, "sick" morbid
The coach is ____________________ for his violent outbursts. notorious
antonym for abuse, mistreat, discipline pamper
Our new roommate is a ____________________ who eats all our food and never buys her share of groceries. parasite
antonym for fulfill, perform, shoulder, take on shirk
synonym for glut, surfeit, overage surplus
antonym for fearlessness, boldness, intrepidity timidity
synonym for turn down, nix, forbid veto

Vocab 10-B Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

(v.) to take apart; to strip of something dismantle
(n.) an organism that lives in or on another organism; one who lives off another person parasite
(n.) the home or den of a wild animal; any hideout lair
(n.) a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings; broad or far-fetched humor; a ridiculous sham farce
(adj.) in an unhealthy mental state, extremely gloomy; caused by or related to disease, unwholesome morbid
(adj.) not successful, failing to have any result; useless; unimportant, frivolous futile
(v.) to fill or cover in a disorderly way; (n.) a state of disorder, mess clutter
(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a loud, angry roar bellow
(n.) an amount beyond what is required, excess; (adj.) more than what is needed or expected surplus
(adj.) widely known because of bad conduct notorious
(adj.) very tiring, calling for an extreme effort grueling
(n.) one who benefits from something; a person who is left money or other property in a will or the like beneficiary
(adj.) falling apart or ruined, run-down dilapidated
(n.) the state of being easily frightened timidity
(adj.) overly generous, extravagant; abundant; (v.) to spend or give freely without limit lavish
(n.) the power to forbid or prevent; (v.) to prohibit, reject veto
(adj.) offering friendly or generous treatment to guests; open to anything new or strange hospitable
(v.) to avoid or get out of doing work, neglect a duty; to sneak shirk
(v.) to repair or patch poorly; make a mess of; (n.) hopelessly bungled job botch
(v.) to allow too many privileges, be too generous and easygoing toward pamper