Type
Word Search
Description

anecdotage
assemblage
plumage
pilgrimage
salvage
storeys
stories
reliable
monitor
approach
astonish
publish
relish
cherish
vanish

Beowulf Vocabulary Set #3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a long, narrative poem celebrating a hero's great deeds epic
a metaphor phrase substitutes for a noun or name (ring-giver=king) kenning
Anglo-Saxon story-tellers or poet-singers who told/sang stories of heroes scop
the den(home) of a wild animal lair
to enjoy keenly (greatly) relish
a force that causes pain, suffering affliction
pagan, a non-Christian person heathen
to cleanse or get rid of something purge
to stuff, like with food gorge
having a very bad reputation infamous
twisting and turning in pain writhing
pulled tight taut
cloudy; gloomy murky
a journey to a sacred place pilgrimage
a bonfire for burning a dead body pyre

Canterbury Tales Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What color did the Wife of Bath wear? red
Being ____ represents having lots of money. fat
The color red is made from what? bugs
Feeling or showing contempt. disdainful
Who wrote the Canterbury Tales? Geoffrey Chaucer
When is the best time to go on a pilgrimage? spring
Which character had 5 husbands? wife of bath
A story within another story. frame story
The pilgrimage started at the _________ ____. tabard inn
The pilgrimage ended at the __________ ___________. canterbury cathedral
An opponent or enemy. adversary
To scold or correct, gently or out of kindness. Reprove
To be enough. Siffice
What were the characters in The Pardoners Tale looking for? death
According to The Wife of Bath's Tale, all women want _____. Mastery
What was the hosts name? harry bailey
The ____ had an oozing ulcer on his knee. cook
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote in ____ English. middle
They were going to see the Shrine of St. Thomas ______. becket
The Monk had ___ on his sleeves. fur
The Wife of Bath was a very ______ woman. plump
To satisfy or indulge. gratify
Showing careful judgement in speech and action. discreet
They were traveling to _____. Canterbury
The Prioress had ____ gray eyes. glass
The Yeoman wore a coat and hood of what color? green
The Merchant had a _____ beard. forking
A person that dyes clothes or other material. dyer
The Oxford Cleric was very _____, but life dumb. book smart
The Sergeant at the Law was an experienced _______. Lawyer
The _____ was a wealthy landowner. Franklin
The Cook made a good, thick ____. Soup
The _______ had a farmer's horse. Skipper
The Miller played the ______. Bagpipes
The ____ had carbuncles and pimples. Summoner
The Pardoner had a ____ like voice. Goat
Who came up with the idea of telling the stories? host

Chapter 11- Forestry and Resource Management Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Adaptive Management
Certification
Clear Cutting
Deforestation
Ecosystem Based Management
Even Aged
Forestry
Maximum Sustainable Yield
Monoculture
Multiple Use
Old Growth Forest
Prescribed Burn
Resource Management
Salvage Logging
Seed Tree Approach
Selection System
Shelterwood Approach
Sustainable Forestry
Uneven Aged

80's Movies Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aliens
Batman
Beaches
Beetlejuice
Beverly Hills Cop
Breakfast Club
Footloose
Ghostbusters
Goonies
Lost Boys
Neverending Story
Poltergiest
Roger Rabbit
Short Circuit
Splash
Star Wars
Steel Magnolias
Terminator
The Outsiders
Top Gun
Willow

Business Computer App Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

address bar
computer
control panel
delete
dialog box
document
favorites
floppy disk
gadgets
google
harddrive
history
internet explorer
internet options
keyboard
menu
microphone
microsoft word
monitor
mouse
mousepad
navigate
operating system
printer
publisher
recycle bin
screen saver
speakers
system unit
task bar
title bar
tools
windows

65 storey treehouse Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What's the horses name? Larry
How many stories are in the novel? Sixty five
How many people live in the tree house? Two
The big boss had a very big? Nose
Who illestrated the book? Terry
The 65 storey tree house has a pet -------- salon Grooming
The tree house has 24 hour? News
There is a room of exploding? Eyeballs
Andy's best friends name? Terry
Who saved Terry and Andy from the ants? Jill
Who wrote the 65 storey treehouse? Andy Griffiths
The house has endless? Levels
Stone Age art? School
Jill works in the --- salon Pet
Jill draws Terry --- sized Ant
The tree has wise? Owls

Positive Relationships Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adaptable
appreciative
approachable
calm
caring
compassionate
considerate
Empathetic
fair
flexible
helpful
honest
inclusive
kind
knowledgeable
observant
openminded
patient
personable
pleasant
rational
reliable
supportive
thoughtful
tolerant
trustworthy
understanding

counting by 7s Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the name of the main character willow
name of the counseler dellduke
willows favoret number seven
were willow lives bakersfield
auther Holly Goldberg Sloan
the year it was published two thousand thirteen
counting by _____ sevens
willow is obbsesed with ___ plants
she loves g________ gardening
the name of the cat cheddar
does mai have a brother or a sister brother
how old is willow twelve
patty owns a ________ nail solon
what happend to willows parents died
name of taxi driver jairo
the language mai spoke vietnamise
willow was known as a _____ genius
what animal was on the cover of the book fish
jairo thought of willow as an _______ angel
willow considered mai as a ______ best friend
the state that willow lives in california
what did willow teach herself a new language
is there a movie about this book? no
mai's brothers name Quang Ha
what type of pet does willow have cat

"The Cask of Amontillado" Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the author of "Cask of Amontillado" ? Edgar Allan Poe
When did Montresor tell his servants he would be back? Morning
How did the victim die ? Trapped
What is the name of the rare Spanish wine Montresor lures Fortunado with? Amontillado
What does "In pace requiescat" mean? Rest in Peace
What is the theme of this story? Revenge
“______ cannot tell Amontillado from Sherry” Luchresi
After reading the story, the reader may wonder if Montresor feels any_____ for his crime. Remorse
What was Fortunato’s weakness? Drinking
Fortunato’s name is ironic because it means______ in Spanish, Portuguese and Italian. Fortunate
When was this story published? 1846
Upon what did Fortunato pride himself ? Wine Connoisseur
What was Fortunado dressed as? Jester
What line the walls in the crypt? Bones
Montressor continues to keep offering to bring Fortunato back home but he_____. Refuses
As Montresor builds the layers of stone, how does Fortunato react? Laughs
The vibrations of the _____ caused Montressor to cease his labors after the fourth tier. Chains
What kind of narrator is Montresor ? Unreliable
Fortunato says “ The ____ is mere nothing; it will not kill me. I shall not die of a ____.” Cough
What is Montresor’s greatest talent? Deception
What genre of writing was Edgar Allan Poe famous for ? Mystery
Fortunato exclaims that Montresor is not part of the brotherhood known as the___? Masons
What caused Montresor’s anger and need for revenge upon Fortunato? Insult
What event is going on within the setting of story? Carnival Carnival
What was the relationship between Poe and his wife Virginia premarriage? Cousins Cousins

vocab unit 7 crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply. S: detest, despise, abominate; A: admire, cherish, respect, relish. abhor
to change in a formal way; to change for the better. S: modify, improve, correct. amend
to slap or cutt; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force with blows; to force one's way with difficulty; a slap, blow. S: sock, thump, pummel, toss about. buffet
great confusion, disorder. S: anarchy, turmoil; A: order, regularity, tranquillity. chaos
roomy, spacious. S: comfortable, ample, capacious; A: cramped, claustrophobic, insufficient. commodious
eating away gradually, acidlike; bitterly sarcastic. S: caustic, mordant, acidulous, spiteful; A: bland, mild, benign, amiable. corrosive
to see clearly, recognize. S: perceive, detect, distinguish; A: overlook. discern
still existing; not exterminated, destroyed, or lost. S: surviving, in existence; A: extinct, vanished. extant
to involve in; to connect with or be related to. S: incriminate, entangle; A: absolve, exculpate. implicate
to bury, commit to the earth; to consign to oblivion. A: unearth, exhume. inter
a strict disciplinarian; a stickler for the rules. S: taskmaster, slave driver. martinet
to anticipate and prevent; to remove, dispose of. S: preclude, forestall, ward off. obviate
one who leaves a group; a deserter, outlaw; traitorous; unconventional, unorthodox. S: turncoat, heretic; A: loyalist, patriot. renegade
deserving blame or punishment. S: objectionable, blameworthy, culpable, odious; A: commendable, blameless, meritorious. reprehensible
dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit. S: mournful, dismal; A: bright, sunny, lighthearted, jaunty. somber
filthy, wretched, debased. S: dingy, sordid, foul, vile, abject; A: neat, spruce, exalted, lofty. squalid
disorderly, riotous, violent; stormy. S: tumultuous, unruly, agitated; A: calm, placid, tranquil, still. turbulent
loud and noisy; compelling attention. S: clamorous, uproarious, blustering; A: quiet, soft-spoken, muted, subdued. vociferous
of great size; numerous; writing or speaking at great length. S: bulky, massive, plentiful; A: scant, meager. voluminous
to do without, give up voluntarily; to put off temporarily, defer. S: decline, relinquish, forgo; A: claim, accept. waive