Type
Word Search
Description

Animosity
Benevolence
Collateral
Contemptuous
Daunting
Epiphany
Gingerly
Impunity
Incessant
Melancholic
Morbidly
Nonchalantly
Pragmatic
Presumptuous
Proverbial
Rueful
Ruminate
Succulent
Surly
Surreal
Wallow

THE KITE RUNNER ( CHP 15-20 ) Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

surly
benevolence
empathy
contemptuous
rueful
incessant
proverbial
garrulous
furtive
animosity
presumptuous
nonchalantly
collateeral
oblivion
profoundly

The Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

metastasizing
alcove
askance
assimilationist
cadences
charismatic
claustrophobic
clenched
cohort
conjuring
conspiratorial
contemptuous
crucial
daunting
dialysis
diaphanous
diligently
diverge
engulfed
entrepreneur
fate
gaunt
gregarious
haven
idiosyncrasies
illuminate
improbable
insatiable
melodramatic
mollified
monoliths
naive
narcissistic
obsess
phalanx
potent
prestigious
presumptuous
recalibrate
reconciliation
rendered
resonant
roiling
self indulgent
shrine
superficial
surreal
unabashed
volatile

The Kite Runner Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

When something is overwhelming Overbearing
something indirect Collateral
A solution with a realistic approach Pragmatic-
to proceed difficulty wallow
Be in an unhealthy state gaunt
be unstable Gnarled
woven with another Interlaced
useless or pointless Futility
Be sad over something Bemoaned
full of energy Invigorating

THE KITE RUNNER ( CHP 15-20 ) Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

in a casually calm and relaxed manner. Nonchalantly
excessively talkative, especially on trivial matters. Garrulous
something pledged as security for repayment of a loan, to be forfeited in the event of a default. Collateral
continuing without pause or interruption. Incessant
failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or appropriate. Presumptuous
referred to in a proverb or idiom. Proverbial
the state of being unaware or unconscious of what is happening. Oblivion
the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Empathy
strong hostility. Animosity
bad-tempered and unfriendly. Animosity
expressing sorrow or regret, especially when in a slightly humorous way. Rueful
showing contempt; scornful. Contemptuous
attempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of guilt or a belief that discovery would lead to trouble; secretive. Furtive
the quality of being well meaning; kindness. Benevolence
to a profound extent; extremely. Profoundly

vocab chapters 1-5 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

laugh chortle
damage havoc
sarcasm irony
panic trepidation
opponent nemesis
brave valiant
careful gingerly
unreal surreal
flash epiphany
pity remorse
sharp shrewd
consider pondered
big paunchy
frequently fickle
heritage legacy

The Outsiders Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Cherry
Randy
Bob
TwoBit
Darry
Johnny
Sodapop
Steve
Ponyboy
Dally
bewildering
rueful
contemptuously
unceasingly
dumbfounded
ornery
impersonal
aloofness
gallant
vague
nonchalant
incredulous
roguishly
savvy
gingerly
unfathomable
reckless
asset

Kite Runner vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Fake Feigned
cackle chortle
chaos havoc
remoteness aloofness
wit irony
spicy pungent
pasty sallow
dark ominous
cheating fickle
sly shrewd
pity remorse
moist succulent
estate legacy
pungent acrid
baffle daunting

Kite Runner Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Affluent Wealthy
Garrulous Loquacious
Obstinate Stubborn
Virtuous Angelic
Aloofness Detached
Valiant Brave
Nemesis Foe
Feigned Simulate
Trepidation Nervousness
Gleaming Sparkle
Heroic Valiant
Lucrative Profitable
Acrid Bitter
Succulent Juicy
Shrewd Intelligent

Gatsby Ch. 1-2 Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

discreet
wistful
solemn
contemptuous
compulsion
haughty
strident
incredulous
incessant
cynical
mar
defer

The Kite Runner Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Amir and Hassan participated in these tournaments Kite
Who assaulted Hassan Assef
Where Rahim Khan lived when Amir visited Peshawar
Hassan's ethnicity Hazara
Author of The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini
The country in which Amir lived as a child Afghanistan
Supposedly wrestled a bear Baba
The driver that took Amir to Wahid's house Farid
Died from stepping on a landmine Ali
Amir's wife Soraya
Hassan's son Sohrab
What Farid offered Amir in the car Lemon
Soraya's father General Taheri
Genre of the novel Fiction
Style of the narrative First person
What Amir throws at Hassan Pomegranates
Hassan's mother Sanaubar
Where Ali and Hassan went after they left Kabul Hazarajat
What Baba believes is the only sin Theft
Amir's job in America Writer
Where Baba and Amir moved to in America California
What did Baba die from Oat Cell Carcinoma
Who was assaulted Hassan
What does Rahim give Amir for his birthday in Kabul Notebook
Amir's ethnicity Pashtun