Type
Crossword
Description

Doing things for show or to seem important pretentious
A very sweet cookie that contain coconut. macaroon
A jumbled mess; a mixture of different things. hodgepodge
An intolerant prejudiced person. bigot
Mysterious; obscure; cannot be understood. inscrutable
Showing someone or something to be guilty. incriminating
hesitantly; cautiously tentatively
Weakness; sickness, a failing. infirmity
A doctor who treats problem with one's feet. podiatrist
Self-important; acting overly proud. pompous

12 Angry Men Vocab study guide Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

think out premeditated
judgement that a person is not guilty acquittal
fully in agreement unanimous
public, relating to citizens civil
accused in a court of law defendant
conducting of legal proceedings prosecution
proof used in criminal trials reasonable doubt
represents a defendant public defender
preliminary examination voir dire
enjoys hurting others sadist
intolerant towards different opinions bigot

12 Angry Men Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

thought out or planned Premeditated
to be found not guilty of a crime acquittal
all agree unanimous
public, relating to citizens civil
accused or brought to court defendant
person accusing defendent prosecution
an uncertanty reasonable doubt
a lawyer employeed to a defendent because they aren`t able to afford one public defender
preliminary examination of a witness voir dire
enjoys the suffering of others sadist
intolerant of other culturs bigot
an undecided jury hung jury
a major divison of a play act
a minor divison of a play scene

The Outsiders vocab 4-6 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

never stopping unceasingly
fear of something pleasant apprehensive
disobedient defiance
in a scornful way that shows disdain contemptuously
regretfully ruefully
what Umbridge did to the school in harry potter reformatory
feeling something bad is going to happen premonition
really tired groggy
hesitantly reluctantly
begging imploringly
grumpy sullenly
shake or tremble in speaking quavering
to escape eluded
important vital
feeling or showing anger indignant
pull with force hauled
to look carefully at someone or something surveyed
being confused bewilderment
found guilty by the jury conviction
your hair full of knots tangle
pausing before doing something hesitation
beaten defeated
colorless part of blood plasma
irrational behavior hysterics

Emotions Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Grumpy
Liked
Guilty
Hurt
Friendly
Proud
Embarrassed
Lonely
Bored
Disappointed
Jealous
Calm
Relaxed
Excited
Nervous
Scared
Worried
Angry
Happy
Sad

Garwell's/Ramirez 12 Angry Men--Find Me Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

death
Life in prison
Son blamed for death
Father deceased
foreman
Juror number 8 not guilty
New York Court Room
knife
guard
Judge
intolerant
meek
dogged
1957
1955
Reginald Rose
Proof
Evidence
Premeditated Homicide
Verdict
Prosecution
Jury
Superficial
Subservien t
Refugee
Bigot
Naive
Apalled

Activity 1 spot the ha Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A set of values, which involves the right approach, attitude, precise behavior, respect for others and lively communication. Positive Work Ethics
Without double-dealing, untruthful or larceny; integrity at work. Honesty
Shows wholeness and reliability in a person's character and in an organization; implies strength and stability. Integrity at Work
hard to earn and even harder to get back after you've lost it. Everyone who comes in contact with you or your company must have confidence in how you do business ethics. Trust
More than a feeling, but a demo of honor, value, and admiration for something or someone. Respect
Is vital for a person's own growth as well as the improvement of the company he is working with. Efficiency
Providing an example that others will follow. Leadership
Don't wait to be told what to do. If you are doing the right thing in an acceptable manner, do not hesitate Initiative
Habits that will impress the people you are working with and your superiors as well. Positive Work Habits
Is very important to complete your tasks successfully. This is because your coworkers get affected by your trait and respond accordingly. Positive Attitude

Words ending in -cious and -tious Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

treasured precious
tasty delicious
don't walk under a ladder superstitious
paranoid suspicious
awake conscious
pompous pretentious
aggressive vicious
not real fictitious
aspiring ambitious
wary cautious

Crime Scene Basics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The scene of an illegal act Crime Scene
1st location of crime scene Primary
2nd location of crime scene Secondary
Someone who might be involved in a crime scene Suspect
To show the truth Prove
[Crime Scene Investigation]A group of forensic scientists CSI Unit
Inspecting someone or thing in detail Examine
Someone or thing not guilty of the crime Innocent
Witnessed evidence Testimonial
The person who sees the event Witness
2nd person who helped with the crime Accomplice
Printed/written matter that shows information Document
A person skilled in some field Specialist
A statement of the location of the suspect at the time of the Crime Alibi
A conversation between two or more people Interview
A group of steps in order to achieve a purpose Process
A person who enforces laws, investigates crimes, and arrest people Police Officer
Important information Key Element
Being who/what it is Identity
An official who prosecutes for the state or government District Attorney
A person who investigates unusual crimes Medical Examiners
Material in crime Physical Evidence
Small evidence found at the crime scene Trace
A person who investigates and solves the crime Detective

Killing Mr. Griffin Chapters 1-2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an evil, unlawful, treacherous, or surreptitious plan formulated in secret by two or more persons; plot. conspiratorial
to look at or view with continued attention; observe or study thoughtfully: contemplate
something that encases; case. encasement
outside one's regular work, responsibilities, or routine. extracurricular
foolish show; mockery; a ridiculous sham. farce
not audible; incapable of being heard. inaudible
not to be revoked or recalled; unable to be repealed or annulled; unalterable: irrevocably
to bump, push, shove, brush against, or elbow roughly or rudely. jostled
not clear to the understanding; hard to perceive: obscured
having a roughly broken, rocky, hilly, or jagged surface: rugged
to walk with a leisurely gait; stroll: saunter
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant: tentatively
characterized by rancor or anger; violent: vehemently
a small container, as of glass, for holding liquids: vial
an excuse, especially to avoid blame. alibi
to realize beforehand; foretaste or foresee: anticipated

Literary Words Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A comparison between two or more unlike things NOT using like or as. Metaphor
A comparison between two unlike things using like or as. Simile
Giving a non-human object, human characteristics. Personification
An extreme exaggeration Hyperbole
Use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities Symbolism
An expression that won'te be understood by the meaning of its words. Idiom
An indirect reference to something well known that the reader is supposed to understand without having it explained. Allusion
DIfferent Abnormal
Show feelings of superiority; patronizing Condescending
Descriptive language and details authors use to create images for the words. Imagery