Type
Crossword
Description

hard to do; strenuous arduous
able to put one’s thoughts into words easily and clearly articulate
calmness composure
tending to soothe or reconcile conciliatory
to discredit; to belittle disparage
lack of equality; difference disparity
serving as a model exemplary
useful; advantageous; based on self-interest expedient
harmless innocuous
a thought or remark that is dull, trite, flat, or weak platitude
left over, remaining residual
not easily persuaded or convinced skeptical
to oppose directly; to baffle; to block; to frustrate thwart
excellent, but existing only in fancy or theory; given to dreams or schemes of perfection utopian
evaporation readily at normal temperatures; changeable, explosive; lighthearted; fleeting volatile
synonym of strenuous arduous
synonym of fluent articulate
antonym of disturbance composure
synonym of reconcile conciliatory
synonym of belittle disparage
synonym of variation disparity
synonym of admirable exemplary
synonym of advantageous expedient
synonym of safe innocuous
synonym of banality platitude
synonym of remaining residual
synonym of doubtful skeptical
synonym of circumvent thwart
synonym of grandiose utopian
synonym of changeable volatile

V.I.C. #2 Set 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

hard to do arduous
able to put one’s thoughts into words clearly articulate
calmness composure
tending to soothe conciliatory
to belittle disparage
lack of equality disparity
serving as a model exemplary
useful expedient
harmless innocuous
a thought or a remark that is dull platitude
remaining residual
not easily persuaded skeptical
to block thwart
existing only in fancy or theory utopian
changeable volatile
easy arduous
unclear articulate
disturbance composure
aggravate conciliatory
admire disparage
similarity disparity
unworthy exemplary
unfitting expedient
harmful innocuous
strong platitude
essential residual
believing skeptical
encourage thwart
real utopian
permanent volatile

VIC #3 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

hard to do; strenuous arduous
able to put one's thoughts into words easily and clearly articulate
calmness composure
tending to soothe or reconcile conciliatory
to discredit; to belittle disparage
lack of equality; difference disparity
serving as a model exemplary
useful; advantageous; based on self-interest expedient
harmless innocuous
a thought or a remark that is dull, trite, flat, or weak platitude
left over, remaining residual
not easily persuaded or convinced, doubting the fundamental doctrines of religion skeptical
to oppose directly; to baffle; to block; to frustrate thwart
excellent, but existing only in fancy or theory; given to dreams or schemes of perfection utopian
evaporating readily at normal temperatures; changeable; explosive; lighthearted; fleeting volatile

VIC #2 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

hard to do; strenuous. arduous
able to put one’s thoughts into words easily and clearly. articulate
composure calmness.
tending to soothe or reconcile. conciliatory
to discredit; to belittle. disparage
lack of equality; difference. disparity
serving as a model. exemplary
useful; advantageous; based on self-interest. expedient
harmless. innocuous
a thought or a remark that is dull, trite, flat, or weak. platitude
left over, remaining. residual
not easily persuaded or convinced; doubting the fundamental doctrines of religion. skeptical
to oppose directly; to baffle; to block; to frustrate. thwart
excellent, but existing only in fancy or theory; given to dreams or schemes of perfection. utopian
evaporating readily at normal temperatures; changeable; explosive; lighthearted; fleeting. volatile
Sal said the test was the OPPOSITE OF EASY. Arduous
coherent; well-spoken; fluent Articulate
While others were panicking because of the fire alarm, Ally simply kept her _______ and proceed to a safe area. Composure
assuaging : ______ Conciliatory
belittle; underrate; downcry Disparage
In 1964 the _____ of race was finally outlawed. Disparity
Model; admirable; honorable Exemplary
Useful; advantageous Expedient
The joke was clearly ______ ,but Jack took it to heart. Innocuous
_____ : weak : flat Platitude
There was a remaining of ten people after the party. Residual
______ : doubtful Skeptical
Someone built this wall with broken bottles set in the top to _____ the intrusion of outsiders. Thwart
If the dream wasn’t realistic it was _______. Utopian
Changeable; explosive Volatile

VIC 2 Set 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Climbing Mt. Everest is an _______ undertaking. arduous
Being _____, Ellyn was able to do well on her job interviews. articulate
When summoned to the principal's office, the youngster lost his ______. composure
After a caustic debate, each contestant was seeking a _______ gesture. conciliatory
In bizarre fashion, Norma went out of her way to _____ everything her sister did. disparage
Birth certificates corroborated the wide _____ in the couple's ages. disparity
Matthew Alexander's stature was enhanced by the report of his _____ conduct in nursery school. exemplary
Henry's decisions are never _____ ones because he is genuinely altruistic. expedient
Who would have thought that my _____ little remark would have embroiled us in a feud. innocuous
Mural's speech was so full of _______ that you felt you were listening to a record. platitudes
After the product had been distilled, there was a _____ substance that baffled the chemist. residual
Shirley cast a _____ look at her father when she was told she had to be home by 11 o'clock. skeptical
The tight defense was able to ____ a touchdown in the last 30 seconds of play. thwart
The UN has not fulfilled the ____ dreams of its founders. utopian
Alcohol and ether are highly ____ substances. volatile
Hard to do; strenuous arduous
Able to put one's thoughts into words easily and clearly articulate
Calmness composure
Tending to soothe or reconcile conciliatory
To discredit; to belittle disparage
Lack of equality; difference disparity
Serving as a model exemplary
Useful; advantageous; based on self-interest expedient
Harmless innocuous
A thought or remark that is dull, trite, flat, or weak platitude
Left over, remaining residual
Not easily persuaded or convinced; doubting the fundamental doctrines of religion skeptical
To oppose directly; to baffle; to block; to frustrate thwart
Excellent, but existing only in fancy or theory; given to dreams or schemes of perfection utopian
Evaporating readily at normal temperatures; changeable; explosive; lighthearted; fleeting volatile

VOCAB SETS 6-8 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

affinity
anonymity
antagonism
arduous
articulate
catharsis
coalesce
colloquial
composure
conciliatory
deprecate
diminution
discerning
disparage
disparity
embroil
eulogy
euphemism
exemplary
expedient
formidable
hypothetical
inadvertent
indigent
innocuous
levity
perfidy
placid
platitude
redundant
repugnant
residual
saturate
sequester
skeptical
talon
terse
thwart
undermine
untenable
utopian
validate
virtuoso
volatile
wanton

VIC Set 3 Assignment 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

adjective - hard to do; strenuous. arduous
adjective – able to put one’s thoughts into words easily and clearly. articulate
noun - calmness. Composure
adjective – tending to soothe or reconcile. conciliatory
verb - to discredit; to belittle. disparage
noun – lack of equality; difference. disparity
adjective - serving as a model. exemplary
adjective – useful; advantageous; based on self-interest. expedient
adjective - harmless. innocuous
noun - a thought or a remark that is dull, trite, flat, or weak. platitude
adjective - left over, remaining. residual
adjective – not easily persuaded or convinced; doubting the fundamental doctrines of religion. skeptical
verb – to oppose directly; to baffle; to block; to frustrate. thwart
adjective – excellent, but existing only in fancy or theory; given to dreams or schemes of perfection. utopian
adjective – evaporating readily at normal temperatures; changeable; explosive; lighthearted; fleeting. volatile
I am a noun I don't have equality disparity
I am a verb and I don't give credit disparage
I am a verb and I will go against you thwart
I am an adjective and I am not easily convinced skeptical
I am an adjective and I am like your food that you didn't finish and brought home residual
I am an adjective and I won't hurt anyone innocuous
I am an adjective and I have to do with evaporation volatile
I am an adjective and I am a made up world utopian
I am a noun and I am what you are thinking that is not interesting platitude
I am an adjective and I comfort conciliatory
I am an adjective that put's thoughts into words easily articulate
I am a adjective and I am a perfect example exemplary
I am an adjective I am very useful and based on what you like expedient
I am a noun I am peaceful composure
I am an adjective that describes how difficult something is to do arduous

VIC #2 SET 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

hard to do; strenuous arduous
able to put one’s thoughts into words easily and clearly articulate
calmness composure
tending to soothe or reconcile conciliatory
to discredit; to belittle disparage
lack of equality; difference disparity
serving as a model exemplary
useful; advantageous expedient
harmless innocuous
a thought or a remark that is dull, trite flat, or weak platitude
left over; remaining residual
not easily persuaded or convinced; doubting the fundamental doctrines of religion skeptical
to oppose directly; to baffle; to block; to frustrate thwart
excellent, but existing only in fancy or theory; given to dreams or schemes of perfection utopian
evaporating readily at normal temperatures; changeable; explosive; lighthearted; fleeting volatile
An example of an _______ sport would be cross country. arduous
Going through his presentation with no problem, the crowd could tell that he was a very _____ young man. articulate
I tried to keep my ______, knowing there was an armed intruder in the building. composure
Trying to tell the students it was okay if they got a bad grade, my teacher’s tone was ______. conciliatory
My coworker would do everything in her power to _______ the things I've done for her disparage
There is a _________ between high school student and elementary school students disparity
When my brother was yelling at my mom, I was being the ________ kid by doing my chores exemplary
The problems my teacher works on the board are never ________ because they are not related to the homework expedient
I saw a snake and got scared, but my dad assured me that it was ________. innocuous
The girl got upset after the boy said she was silly, which is a _____. platitude
Mr. Shelton was extremely surprised at the ______ copper left in the solution from our lab. residual
My paranormal activity research group was even ______ of going into the old, run down hospital. skeptical
he offensive lawyer’s main point was _____ by the defense attorney. thwarted
The desolate island was as close to _____ as it could get. utopian
Because my best friends and I spend so much time together we have a _____ relationship. volatile

Animal Farm Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Suspicious and Skeptical Cynical
Friend;Buddy Comrade
Supplies Rations
Domination Tyranny
Hatred Enmity
Lively Vivacious
Unconcern Apathy
Lazy Idle
Scolded Reproached
Given Doled
Bloodsucking Parasitical
Avoided Shirked
Hidden Cryptic
Motto Maxim
Smart Shrewd
Prospered Flourished
Loud Noise Din
Excuse Pretext
Casually Blithely
State Clearly Articulate
Sly Cunning
Lawyer Solicitor
Accepted Reconciled
Evilness Malignity
Annoyance Indignation
Encouraged Emboldened
Kill Infants or Babies Infanticide
Scary Menacing
Pride Vanity
Disloyalty Treachery
Creeping Skulking
Villains Scoundrels
Maneuvers Machinations
Criticized Censured
Appeasing Conciliatory
Performances Recitations

Lessons 1-4 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to speak clearly, eloquent Articulate
The main feature Crux
ruins, waste Debris
famous eminent
to annoy or bother harass
to decline refuse
questioning skeptical
not maintained well unkempt
unconcerned blasé
to invent concoct
ten years decade
varied, assorted diverse
synonym for articulate enunciate
to move with great force hurtle
to shove jostle
extremely large mammoth
friendship amity
to supply with what is needed cater
infuse saturate
to quench slake
to calm placate
calm and peaceful tranquil
poisonous venomous
to obtain through force wrest
serious acute
able to withstand tough conditions durable
extravagant gaudy
to listen secretly eavesdrop
to help grow nurture
to strike or beat pommel
of land terrestrial
delay respite

Romeo and Juliet Act 1 vocabulary Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

adversary one's opponent in a contest
augmenting to make something greater
deformities disfigurement
discreet careful, secretive
disparagement to belittle
nuptial wedding ceremony
obscured darkened unclear
pernicious tending to cause death
portentous foreboding exciting
posterity future generations of people
prodigious great in size
profane disrespect to religion
propagate to breed or to multiply
purged to remove