Type
Word Search
Description

horror
chamber
vexing
patiently
police
death
wide awake
bed
tic
slowly
obsession
passion
old man
nervous
crazy
narrator
madman
eye
brain
heart

Tell-Tale Heart Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

acute
appendages
audacity
beating
bed
blood
chairs
characters
chopped
conceive
dead
derision
evil
eye
floor boards
guilty
heart
Heart
hyporcritical
light
louder
midnight
murder
narrator
old man
police
scared
scary
short story
stifled
suffocated
three
tub
under
vehemently
vex

The Tell-Tale Heart Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who came and talked with the narrator police
Where the narrator hid the body parts floorboards
Why the narrator was pacing anxiety
The person who killed the old man narrator
The main object in the story heart
Why the narrator told the police what he had done guilt
Why the narrator was crazy disease
What the narrator felt as he got the police men drinks confident
Why the narrator killed the old man eyes
Who the narrator killed oldman

Tell-Tale Heart Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stealthly
Tell Tale Heart
Edgar Allan Poe
vehemently
hypocritical
acute
stifled
suffocated
floor boards
vulture eye
beating heart
audacity
conceive
chopped
vex
scary
narrator
guilty
Insanity
Murder
Hideous
Terrified
Lantern
Darkness
Madman
Grave
American Horror

A Tell-Tale Heart Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The narrator believes he has a disease, which makes his hearing _____, or very sharp. acute
The narrator would put his head into the old man's room very _____, or slowly. gradually
And then, when I had made an opening ____ for my head, I put in a dark lantern.... sufficient
...for it was not the old man who ____ me, but his Evil Eye. (bothered) vexed
The narrator called out to the old man the next morning in a _____ tone. (loud, booming, strong) hearty
The old man had been thinking of other reasons for the sounds he hears at night. He was trying to comfort himself with those _____. suppositions
Blood that is found inside the center of your bones. marrow
The old man _____ once -- once only. But the narrator was worried the neighbors would hear it. shrieked
He replaced the boards so cleverly, so ______, that no human eye...could have detected anything wrong. cunningly
...he moved on the bed suddenly, as if _____. (taken by surprise) startled
The narrator has the ____ to have the police deputies sit on top of the old man's body. (daring, recklessness) audacity
If something is wrapped around something else, you would say it is _____ by it. enveloped
Listen hearken
Carefully planned disguise. In the story, the narrator tells of his _____ of being quite kind to the old man, prior to murdering him. dissimilation

The Tell - Tale Heart Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

noise
raved
tub
chamber
fear
haunted
hearken
hideous
lantern
mad
pale
shriek
vex
Vulture eye
watch

The Tell-Tale Heart Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What about the old man frightens the narrator? blue eye
Boldness AUDACITY
A narrow opening or crack CREVICE
Assigned or delegated DEPUTED
Ridicule or contempt DERISION
Disguising one's true intentions DISSIMULATION
Who wrote this story? EDGARALLANPOE
Gestures or movements GESTICULATIONS
Listen, pay attention HEARKEN
Insightful PROFOUND
Wisdom SAGACITY
Pleasantness; showing politeness and charm SUAVITY
Assumptions or beliefs SUPPPOSITION

Tell-Tale Heart Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Appendages
Beating
Bed
Bones
Chairs
Characters
Chopped
Dead
Evil
Eye
Floor Boards
Guilty
Heart
Light
Louder
Midnight
Murder
Narrator
Police
Scared
Short Story
Suffocated
Three
Tub

Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart" Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

sharp or severe in effect; intense: acute
to irritate; annoy; provoke: vex
to stop; to suppress, or end by force stifled
to decrease in strength, intensity wane
boldness or daring audacity
unusual or strange; odd; different singulary
strongly emotional; intense or passionate vehemently
of the nature of hypocrisy, or pretense of having virtues, beliefs, principles, etc., that one does not actually possess: hypocritcal
thoughtful regard for the future foresight
Hidden under a false appearance dissumulation
Having good judgment Sagacity
Giving careful attention Hearkening
A mixed feeling of reverence, fear, and wonder awe
Gracefulness; politeness suavity
Small quantities or amounts Scantlings

Tell tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sharp;keen Acute
To think of Concieve
To disturb;to annoy Vex
Smothered Stifled
Crack Crevice
cautiously;secretly Stealthily
Shameless daring or boldness Audacity
With intense emotion Vehemently
Ridicule Derision
False or deceptive Hypocritical
notice or perceive (something) and register it as being significant. Observe
strongly wish for or want (something). Desire
in a gradual way; slowly; by degrees. Gradually
a high-pitched piercing cry or sound; a scream. Shriek
the degree to which something has spread Extent
Graceful politeness Sauvity

Edgar Allan Poe Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

dead
body
pendulum
old Man
Wine
trowel
eye
blood
The Cask of Amontillado
The Pit and the Pendulum
The Tell Tale Heart