Type
Crossword
Description

Synonym for big Large
Antonym for enter Exit
Antonym of insult Compliment
Synonym for pretty Beautiful
Synonym for glad Happy
Synonym for assist Help
Synonym for old Ancient
Antonym of shallow Deep
Antonym of wide Narrow
Antonym of best Worst
Synonym for amusing Funny
Antonym of harvest Plant
Antonym of innocent Guilty
Antonym of health Disease
Antonym of intentional Accidental
Synonym for blank Empty
Synonym for hard Difficult
Synonym for untrue False
Synonym for bad Evil

Synonyms and Antonyms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a synonym for glad happy
a synonym for scared afraid
a synonym for nice kind
a synonym for like love
a synonym for big huge
a synonym for brave courageous
a synonym for smart clever
a synonym for powerful strong
a synonym for fast quick
a synonym for quiet silent
a synonym for peaceful calm
a synonym for injured hurt
a synonym for surprising shocking
a synonym for pretty beautiful
an antonym for friend enemy
an antonym for happy sad
an antonym for love hate
an antonym for good evil
an antonym for smile frown
an antonym for villian hero
an antonym scared brave
an antonym for beautiful ugly
an antonym for lie truth
an antonym for clever dumb
an antonym for quick slow
an antonym gigantic small
an antonym for old young
an antonym for kind mean

Synonyms and Antonyms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The synonym of beautiful pretty
The synonym of clever smart
The synonym of rich wealthy
The antonym of complicated simple
The antonym of full empty
The synonym of unhappy sad
The synonym of afraid scared
The synonym of idea thought
The synonym of right correct
The antonym of same different
The antonym of sunny cloudy
The antonym of present absent
The antonym of above below
The antonym of float sink

Synonyms and Antonyms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

synonym for image picture
synonym for response answer
synonym for finish complete
antonym for evening morning
antonym for nice naughty
group of fish school
antonym for old young
antonym for fact opinion
antonym for light dark
synonym for promise pledge
synonym for fast quick
antonym for forget remember
antonym for smile frown
synonym for few several
synonym for shape figure
antonym for answer question
synonym for best favorite
synonym for currency money
synonym for listened heard
antonym for below above

Vocab Units 10-12 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

synonym of hateful abominable
(adj.) blundering and awkward (n.) clumsiness bumbling
Fill in the blank. Does he truly comprehend the _______ of his actions? consequence
Antonym of undeceive delude
(v.) to give out in small amounts dole
Fill in the blank. The truck will _______ in flames if its fuel tank exploded. engulf
antonym of assist foil
(v.) to express definitely or systematically; to devise, invent; to state as a formula formulate
Antonym of laziness initative
synonym of souvernir memento
(n.) a person who refuses to follow established ideas or ways of doing things; (adj.) of or relating to the unconventional nonconformist
Fill in the blank. The contract becomes ________ at 8PM null and void
(n.) a wide, unobstructed view of an area; a complete survey of a subject; a continuously passing or changing scene; a range or spectrum panorama
antonym of ancestry posterity
synonym of snoop pry
Fill in the blank. Every five years, the hotel will _________ the décor of its elegant lobby. refurbish
(adj.) able to deal promptly and effectively with all sorts of problems; clever in finding ways and means of getting along resourceful
synonym of challenging or severe rigorous
antonym of prior of previous subsequent
Fill in the blank. Even a pilot with ________ judgement can be surprised by sudden changes in the weather. unerring
(n.) an assumed name, especially as used to hide one's identity; (adv.) otherwise called alias
synonym of saunter or ramble amble
antonym of weak or puny burly
Fill in the blank. A magazine known to _______ the facts would be an unreliable source of information. distort
(adj.) persistent, stubbornly determined, refusing to give up dogged
synonym of speechless dumbfounded
antonym of still alive extinct
Fill in the blank. You must have _______ to have a war. grit
(adj.) sure to happen, unavoidable inevitable
synonym of deep-seated ingrained
antonym of slow and sluggish meteoric
Fill in the blank. The audience roared with laughter at the comedy troupe's hilarious ________ parody
(v.) to triumph over; to succeed; to exist widely, be in general use; to get someone to do something by urging prevail
synonym of artifact relic
antonym of secure rend
Fill in the blank. To ________ your supplies you must go to the store and buy some things. replenish
(v.) to search through, investigate the contents of; (n.) an active search; a collection of odd items rummage
synonym of being stingy skimp
antonym of nondetective sleuth
Fill in the blank. Did he __________ the school with spray paint? vandalism
(v.) to kidnap, carry of by force abduct
synonym of uncertain ambiguous
antonym of going forward balk
Fill in the blank. Phones are much more ______ now then they were a generation ago compact
(v.) to consult, talk over, exchange opinions: to present as a gift, favor or honor confer
synonym of reserve earmark
antonym of hot or warm frigid
Fill in the blank. The harrow is a farm ______ that is used to pulverise and smooth soil implement
(adj.) to great to be counted: unpredictable, uncertain incalculable
synonym of undeniable indispuitable
antonym of easygoing intensive
Fill in the blank. The spies carried out a night _________ as part of the training mission. maneuver
(n.) an action taken to destroy something or to prevent it from working properly; (v.) to take such destructive action. sabotage
synonym of inadequate scant
Antonym of open or direct stealthy
Fill in the blank. That _______ young man is a good wrestler strapping
(adj.) harsh, shrill; unpleasant sounding strident
synonym of prosper thrive
Antonym of tiny titanic
Fill in the blank. Sir Galahad was a _______ knight of King Arthur's Round Table valiant

ANTONYM AND SYNONYM Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

synonym for beautiful attractive
synonym for trash garbage
antonym for morning evening
antonym for old young
synonym for sofa couch
synonym for lift raise
antonym for smile frown
antonym for fact fiction
synonym for hard difficult
antonym for response question
synonym for image picture
antonym for benefit disadvantage
synonym for crash accident
antonym for forget remember
antonym for irate calm
synonym for aromatic fragrant
antonym for rapid leisurely
synonym of amazing surprising
antonym for quiet loud
synonym for listened heard

The American Civil War Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Open fighting against authority Rebellion
Antonym for tradition Modernization
Antonym for Retain Abolish
Synonym for large estate Plantations
System of laws and principles Constitution
Synonym for servitude Slavery
Development of industries in a country or region on a wide scale. Industrialization
Movement that believed slavery should be abolished. Abolitionism
Synonym for shipper Exporter
Synonym for restrict Prohibit
Antonym of friendly Hostile
Synonym for increased Multiplied
Antonym for departure Influx
The freeing of someone from slavery Emancipation

Synonyms and Antonyms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

jog run
mad angry
scream yell
home house
funny silly
sad upset
glad happy
bad evil
difficult hard
solo single

CSI Crossword - Holly Sargent

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the name of the substance that scientists use to find blood when you can't see it? LUMINOL
What is another name for a person who physically attacks another? ASSAILANT
When someone performs an _ _ _ _ _ _ _ they are examing a dead body to find the cause of death. AUTOPSY
Synonym for murder. HOMICIDE
Analysing the pattern of blood is called _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ BLOOD SPATTER
The person police believe might be guilty. SUSPECT
The study of the adverse effects of chemical substances on living organisms and the practice of diagnosing and treating exposures to toxins and toxicant. TOXICOLOGY
To use science on criminal and civil laws. FORENSICS
Any physical location in which a crime have occurred or suspected of having occurred. CRIME SCENE
Statement of where a suspect was at the time of a crime. ALIBI
Something that can either prove a suspect to be innocent, or guilty. EVIDENCE
A person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime VICTIM
Intentionally setting fire to a building. ARSON
Deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA
If you have committed a crime, you are _ _ _ _ _ _. GUILTY
The imprint left by someone's shoe. FOOTPRINT
The people who watched the crime occur. WITNESSES
Not guilty. INNOCENT

synonym & antonym Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

group of fish school
synonym for fast quick
synonym for finish complete
antonym for old young
synonym for old ancient
synonym for currency money
antonym for promise lie
synonym for response answer
synonym for evening night
antonym for day night
antonym for mean nice
synonym for nice kind
synonym for mean unkind
antonym for light dark
synonym for light bright
antonym for forget remember
synonym for dusk twilight

Monster Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a group of people that decide whether the defendant is guilty or innocent jury
the unlwful killing of a person without intention to do so manslaughter
the freeing of a person from a charge of an offense acquittal
a sentence of punishment by execution death penalty
to be guilty of doing perpetrator
a decision on a disputed issue in a criminal or civil case verdict
to decide against overrule
tending to cause damage prejudicial
a sworn statement in writing affidavit
a person who is being sued or accused in legal action defendant
the prosecuting officer of a judicial district district attorney
a public official having authority to decide questions brought before a court judge
to oppose something firmly object
an early release of a prisoner who meets specified requirements parole
states that the defendant is innocent until proven guilty reasonable doubt
to bring charges against a person prosecution
when a defendant pleads guilty for a lesser charge plea bargain
someone who sees a crime or action happen witness
to keep from moving sustain
to swear to what one knows is untrue perjury