Type
Crossword
Description

talking between two or more people conversation
a disaster or event that causes distress calamity
inflammation of a tendon tendonitis
high blood pressure hypertension
rude in a mean way churlish
to a great degree profusely
of the heart myocardial
no longer close or affectionate to someone estranged
praise enthusiastically in public acclaim
thin pancake with fillings crepe
to dwell on one’s own success over another with pleasure gloat
formal and dignified solemn
to send away as punishment banish
display something in order to provoke flaunt
a half-suppressed, scornful laugh snicker
to set on fire ignite
a remark meant to provoke taunt
preserve something so that it will be protected enshrine
a harsh sound when laughing cackle
to stand over or around something in a menacing way loom

The Crossover by Kwame Alexander Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What was Josh's basketball team's name? Wolves
What was Josh's nickname? Filthy McNasty
What was Josh's twin brother's name? Jordan
What hairtyle did Josh Have? Dreadlocks
Where did Josh's dad play professional basketball? Europe
What condition did Josh's dad have that ended is professional basketball career? Tendonitis
A simple basketball move in which a player dribbles the ball from one hand to the other. Crossover
What postion does Josh play? Forward
What positon does Jordan play? Guard
Who's album gave the idea for Josh's nickname? Silvers Paris Blues
What time is game time? Six
What hairstyle does Jordan have? Shaved
What happened when Josh broke someone's nose? suspension
Who was selected as the junior high school MVP? Josh
Having a curious or humorous unexpected sequence of events. Ironic
The point when an object shifts from one mood to a new. Tipping Point
Having a bad temper. Churlish
Pouring forth in great quantitiy. Profusely
The interruption of a bond when one person becomes a stranger to someone once close. Estranged
What causes Josh's dad to go into a coma? Myocardial Infarction

Vocabulary Review unit one Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

lacking originality; overused; commonplace banal
determined by personal judgment; based on impulse arbitrary
to lower the spirits of demoralize
motivated only by financial gain; greedy mercenary
expressed clearly in a few words; to the point; concise succinct
to find innocent or blameless absolve
distributed thinly sparse
a tendency to think, act or behave in a certain way inclination
great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval acclaim
to prevent or discourage from doing somethin deter
to stain the honor of someone or something taint
to increase or intensify escalate
bitter hostility animosity
close; near to something adjacent
to stop; bring to an end terminate
to intrude or trespass on; to go beyond the limits infringe
a new custom, method, or invention; something newly introduced innovation
differing from what is customary; odd eccentric
a perfect example of a general quality or type epitome
to reply, especially in a quick, sharp, or witty way retort
unselfish concern for the welfare of others altruistic
no longer active or in use; out-of-date obsolete
following in time or order; next subsequent
good-natured; friendly and pleasant amiable
intense enthusiasm zeal

ASVAB word knowledge Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Is an adjective meaning insignificant or lower than the actual or expected value Nominal
Is a noun meaning faithfulness and loyalty in a relationship Fidelity
Is a verb meaning to turn something away or prevent it from happening Avert
Is an adjective meaning interested and enthusiastic Keen
Is a verb meaning to defeat or suppress Quell
Is a verb meaning to shorten or abbreviate Truncate
Is an adjective meaning relating to or characterized by motion Kinetic
Is a verb meaning to back up or confirm a story Corroborate
Is a verb meaning to counterfeit or fabricate Forge
Is an adjective meaning thoughtful, intellectual and intense Profound
Is an adjective meaning straight forward and honest Forthright
Is a noun meaning disaster Calamity
Is an adjective meaning willing an cooperative Amenable
Can be both noun and a verb; as a verb, it means to condemn, place responsibility, or accuse Blame
Is a verb that means to think deeply about, demonstrate, or give back Reflect
Is an adjective meaning beneficial Salutary
Means present but not visible or noticeable Latent
Means to contaminate Pollute
Is a verb that means to avoid or keep away from Eschew
Means forgiveness or leniency in punishing a person Clemency
Is a verb that means to summarize Recapitulate
Is an adjective that means wealthy, rich or affivent Opulent
Means to intrude or to impose oneself on another Obtrude
Means disciplined or punished Chastised
Is a adjective and means very significant Momentous
Means to alienate Estrange
Similar to the word reimburse Bursar
Is a noun meaning shout of approval Acclaim

Cardiac Emergencies Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

CO2 transporter veins
best known symptom of ACS Chest pain
medical term for difficulty in breathing Dyspnea
profuse sweating sign diaphoresis
abnormal pulse finding tachycardia
patient assessment pneumonic OPQRST
written guidelines for treatment protocol
vasodialator for chest pain nitro
aspirin contraindication asthma
medical term for heart muscle myocardium
weakened sections of arterial wall Aneurysm
chest pain relieved by rest and/or NTG Angina
acute myocardial _____ infarction
shock the heart defiblilate
BLS defibrillation device aed
aka right sided heart failure chf

Argument Writing Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

reasoned thinking that supports a specific claim or position argument
correct or suitable for a particular time, situation, or purpose appropriate
a statement that a speaker or writer is trying to prove, usually by using evidence claim
when something such as a piece of writing is easy to understand because its parts are connected in a clear and reasonable way coherent
a justification of a claim; an explanation reason
details or quotes from a text that directly relate to the subject or problem being discussed or considered relevant evidence
not related to the subject being discussed irrelevant
the opposing viewpoint or the opposite of the main claim in an essay counterclaim
evidence that is relevant and specific well-chosen evidence
to give the reader a clear picture in his/her mind illustrates
identify information in the text that supports understanding and uses that evidence to explain ideas cite
a personal view, attitude, or judgment opinion
to move by argument or evidence to belief, agreement, consent, or a course of action convince
a piece of factual writing in which ideas on a single topic are presented, explained, argued, or described in an interesting way essay
a method of doing something which involves several steps or stages process
the specific reason a person has for writing purpose

Wordly Wise : Lesson 5 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Willing to take risks; daring Audacious
Willingness to take a risk by showing boldness Audacity
To take by force Confiscate
To describe something Depict
To set out on a journey; to begin Embark
A small idea or suspicion Inkling
Showing little to no spirit or enthusiasm Lackadaisical
To rebel against authority, mostly used by sailors Mutiny
Thorough Conscientious
To steal in small amounts that are of little value Pilfer
A large amount; a plentiful supply Profusion
Occuring in large amounts Profuse
Very careful and aware; wise Prudent
Avoidence of risk Prudence
To anger Rankle
To critize strongly; strong citicism Rebuke
Calm and pleasent Serene
Carelessly done Slovenly

Wordly Wise Creative Assessment Lessons 5-8 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To portray or describe depict
Unenthusiastic or showing little excitement lackadaisical
To take by force if needed confiscate
Unorganized; done without care slovenly
A vague suspicion inkling
Causing ceaseless exasperation rankle
To steal something of little importance repeatedly pilfer
To rebel or intentionally disobey orders mutiny
To criticize in a harsher; a denunciation rebuke
To begin; to board a ship or boat before a journey embark
Weird; uncommon bizarre
An event which causes distress or anguish calamity
To go by or pass elapse
Likely to occur soon; nearly upon imminent
Discord; a clash of opinions dissension
To ask questions in a methodical, detailed manner interrogate
Very thorough; mindful of the smallest of details meticulous
To bring to court face accusation arraign
Government not present; total turmoil anarchy
To seize; to grasp a meaning apprehend
A terrible fear of small spaces claustrophobia
A companion with similar or equal status colleague
To frighten or dishearten daunt
To clear or get rid of as if physically scattering dispel
To nickname or give an offcial title dub
Unimportant; dumb inane
having spirit; courage when the prospects don't look good mettle
Trifling; of little importance negligible
To make something last longer protract
A small likeness of something already in existence replica
Experienced; proficient adept
Somthing that can be heard audible
A beautiful blue which usually describes a cloudless sky azure
Spacious; capable of holding large amounts capacious
Sizeable in amount; plenty copious
vitally important crucial
To make simpler; to make uncomplicated facilitate
Erratic; sporadic; intermittent fitful
A feeling of pain or distress which is sudden and felt sharply pang
A position, rank, or time which comes or goes before another precede

Crossword Puzzle for "Ghost" by Jason Reynolds

Type
Crossword
Description

to laugh heartily; rhymes with muck; slang Yukk
severely damaged; I couldn't wear my shoes to school because they were _______ from running so much Mangled
When you are really confident, you walk or behave this way; usually in an arrogant manner swagger
You do this when you are embarrassed or lack confidence sheepish
A noisy argument or disagreement; usually done in public altercation
to make rude and mocking remarks; usually what a crowd does when they are angry jeer
A device doctors use to check your heartbeat; usually placed on your chest or back stethoscope
A large amount of something; rhymes with flew slew
to give a smothered or half-suppressed laugh snigger
to move or travel energetically bop
acting super high and mighty as if they are better than anyone else arrogant
to serve as a warning or as a deterrent; and adjective exemplary

The Giver vocabulary crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To mock something or someone Jeering
To exacute something very carefully and with great quality Precision
To be unsure (or nervous) about something Apprehensive
To have the property of being stuck ( the abbility to stick) Adherence
To be gentle and kind Benign
To punish chastise
takeing care of something and helping it grow Nurturing
Naturel ability Aptitude
Full of ( positive) energy Exuberant
To be upset about something Anguish
Out-dated Obsolete
A warning for doing something Admonition
A quality someone possesses Attribute
To be releaved of a duty Exempted
To be aware/ awake Consciousness
Filled with something or penatrated (ex. sponge and water) Permeated
To have Responded to something Reacted
something extreme Excruciating
To express sorrow Rueful
A general idea Concept
To break a rule Violation
Something traditional Customary
To be tired or weak Languid
To be confused or stressed Frazzled
Bad events/ risks Perils
To continue to do something without stopping Relentless
Something that has been added on is something ______________ Augmented
Extremely tired Exhausted
something difficult to carry out is something _____________ Burdensome
Something teasing in a good way Tantalizing

Lost in the Sun Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

feeling, showing, or expressing sympathy sympathetic
having all one’s attention or interest absorbed by someone or something engrossed
(of a person or their manner) unwilling or unable to believe something incredulous
strike repeatedly, typically with the fists pummeling
to laugh in a shrill, broken manner cackled
an old woman who is thin and ugly crone
a loud deep hearty laugh bellyaching laughter
a person, thing, or circumstance causing inconvenience or annoyance nuisance
a pole with a flat blade, pivoting in an oar lock, used to row or steer a boat through the water oars
a mentally ill person (not in technical use), an extremely foolish or eccentric person lunatics
a person employed to drive a private or rented automobile chauffeur
(typically of a young person or that person’s behavior) showing or characterized by a tendency to commit crime, particularly minor crime delinquent
an indefinite and very long period of time, often a period exaggerated for humorous or rhetorical effect eons
having a displeasingly thin, metallic sound tinny
make (a hole) in something, especially with a revolving tool boring
strike (a hard surface) with a series of rapid audible blows, especially in order to attract attention rap
(of a voice or sound) high-pitched and piercing shrill
emit (energy, especially light or heat) in the form of rays or waves radiate
pour a liquid over, drench doused
turn around a point or axis or on a swivel swiveled