Type
Bingo Cards
Description

yammered
anguished
imperiously
contemplated
pantomime
brusquely
lumbered
morosely
recumbent
mottled
debris
junctures
Lennie
George
Weed
Salinas

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Of Mice and Men Crossword Ch. 1

Type
Crossword
Description

a particular point in time junctures
scattered pieces of waste or remains debris
marked with spots or smeared with colors mottled
lying down recumbent
moving lightly and in a hurry skittering
an american tree or Kali Uchis song sycamore
a big fish eating bird with an s shaped neck heron
material jeans are made of denim
a sleeping bag made into a cylinder roll for carrying purposes blanket roll
your index finger forefinger
the bundle of bedding carried by a hobo bindle
sullen and ill-tempered morosely
a form of id work card
a complete loss or absence of hope despair
accepting something unpleasant resigned
in a way that shows great happiness triumphantly
an apparatus with a tube attached with prism and mirrors periscope
for a horse to perform a buck bucking
moving slow in a heavy awkward way lumbering
in an abrupt manner Brusquely
a dramatic entertainment where performers act out scenes with music and no dialogue pantomime
to look thoughtfully for a long time contemplated
assuming power imperiously
a various species of oily fresh water fish carp
to leave trash on the ground litter

Of Mice and Men Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

seams; closures junctures
remains; ruins; wreckage debris
blotchy; speckled; spotted mottled
lying down; reclining recumbent
tiredly; with exhaustion wearily
drearily; dully morosely
shyly; apprehensively; faintheartedly timidly
frowned; glared scowled
giving up resignedly
harshly; bluntly brusquely
arrogantly; domineeringly imperiously
with depression; with sadness dejectedly
insulted; ridiculed scoffed
with doubt; with disbelief skeptically
suddenly; hurriedly abruptly
soothed; calmed mollified
aggressive; unfriendly; hostile pugnacious
threateningly; fatefully; forebodingly ominously
negative; uncomplimentary; unflattering derogatory
aggressively; forwardly belligerently

Of Mice and Men 1-4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Author of Mice and Men Steinbeck
Setting of novel Salinas Valley
What George likes to pet, but kills Mice
Father, big brother figure George
Big man that is slow Lennie
Lennie hurts his hand Curly
Wanted to be an actress Curleyswife
Main characters American Dream is to own a ranch
First town main characters got into trouble Weed
George wants to tend the ______ one day Rabbits
George's Aunt Aunt Clara
George says Lennie was kicked by a _________ when he was young horse
What is George worried about when he see where he is suppose to sleep Lice
Jerk line skinner that wears a stetson hat Slim
George and Lennie's job on the ranch Buckingbarley
What slim gives to Lennie puppies
George stopped playing tricks on Lennie because he almost drowned
Tells Candy to shoot his old dog Carlson
George and Lennie make a plan with him to save their money and buy a place Candy
Black stable buck Crooks
Lennie wanted _________ for his beans ketchup
George's last name Milton
Lennie's last name Small
George states Lennie is his cousin

OF Mice and Men Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ominously
Crooks
Curley
imperiously
crestfallen
contemptuously
profound
derogatory
wryly
dutifully
Lennie
George
indignation
morosely
mottles
scourges
contorted
pugnacious

Of Mice and Men Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What do people call Crooks? nigger
Whats the best word to describe Lennie? stupid
Where did George say to go when Lennie got into trouble? brush
Whats Lennie's aunty called? Clara
Where did Geroge shoot Lennie? head
What did George take out of Lennie's hand at the beginning? mouse
Where's the place that George and Lennie work at? salinas
What animal does Lennie kill dog
What does Lennie ask for on his food? ketchup
Who kills Candy's dog? Carlson
What do people call Curley's wife? tart
What animal is Lennie compared to? bear
What body part is Candy missing? hand
What do George and Lennie eat by the camp fire? beans
What is Lennie's inappropriate surname? small
Lennie dreams of looking after what? rabbits
Where did George and Lennie run away from? weed

Of Mice and Men Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

appraise
Aunt Clara
bemused
Candy
Carlson
crestfallen
cringe
Curley
Curley's wife
dabble
disengage
douse
fascinate
fawning
George
Lennie
lightweight
maul
mottled
pugnacious
rectangle
reprehensible
Slim
snivel
stilted
The Boss
vial
Whit
wiggle
writhe

Of Mice and Men Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Without Respect Contemptuously
Painful or damaging shock Jarred
A manner suggesting something bad will happen Ominously
Tough by experience Pugnacious
Ill humor Sullenness
To walk exageratedly Flounced
Manner showing arrogant superiority Imperiously
Brought low in spirit Crestfallen
To want something better than your present situation Discontent
Blunt direct manner Brusquely
Confused Bemused
Having little elasticity Brittle
Someone eager to fight Belligerently
To express extreme contempt Scornfully
Turn away Averted
A manner expressing sarrow Plaintively
Favorably inclined Mollified
A feeling of righteous anger Indignation
Something causing death or misery Scourges
Twisted Contorted
In a self - satisfied manner Complacently
Spots of color Mottled

Of Mice and Men Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

An aging ranch handyman Candy
The only female character in the story Curley's Wife
Gets his name from his crooked back Crooks
Lennie's caretaker George
The boss’s son Curley
What does Lennie take out of his pocket that gets him yelled at by George? Dead Mouse
Where does the story take place? California
What does Lennie want with his dinner in the first chapter that they don't have? ketchup
What is Lennie most excited about when George and him get their farm? Rabbits
Who is the protagonist? George
Where do most of the workers hangout after work? local brothel
Who kills Curley's wife? Lennie
Who gives Lennie the puppy? Slim
Who kills Lennie? George
Who shoots Candy's dog? Carlson
Lennie tells Curley's wife he likes petting soft things, so she let's him touch her________? hair
Where does Lennie try to hide the puppy and Curley's wife? hay
What time period does the book take place in? 1930
What tense is the story told in? past
One of the major themes in the story is________? American Dream

Of Mice And Men Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Despair
Embrace
Family
Companion
Emerge
Tramp
Recumbent
Mottled
Debris
Juncture
Great Depression
Crooks
Whit
Carlson
Slim
Curely
Candy
George
Lenny
Rabbits

Of Mice and Men Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

aloof
appraised
apprehensive
barley
bemused
Bindle
brutally
contorted
cowering
crestfallen
derision
derogatory
disarming
imperiously
indignation
juncture
lumbered
morosely
receptive
reprehensible
scuttled
skeptically
swamper
yammered