Type
Crossword
Description

ominous, threatening, in a solemn manner portentous
a person or thing that announces or signals the approach of another harbinger
conducive to success; favorable auspicious
of or due from a son or daughter; devoted; dutiful filial
written or spoken communication or debate discourse
absent without permission truant
a person's face or facial expression countenance
recklessly wasteful or extravagant prodigal
youthful and inexperienced unfledged
harsh criticism; severe disapproval censure
charm or enchant, sometimes in a deceptive way beguile
speak badly about, as to damage their reputation traduce
supreme power or authority sovereignty
make something poorer in quality by adding another substance, typically an inferior one; make impure; degrade adulterate
the state of being actively opposed or hostile to someone or something; animosity enmity
having a harmful effect pernicious
bizarre; ludicrously odd antic

Hamlet Vocabulary Act One Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

ghost; spirit apparition
slanderous calumious
church law canon
face;expression countenance
conversation discourse
ready to happen imminent
dangerous perilous
threatening; shadowy or ominous portentous
wasteful; extravagant prodigal
tarnished sullied
related to or suited for war martial
to cite as authority avouch
foreshadows what is to come harbingers
a song of grief; mournful music dirge
marked by or suggestive of high spirits; mirth jocund
to surround by a boundary circumscribed
lacking in reverence or proper respect impious
frivolous dalliance
to take beforehand; instruct precepts

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A sword Rapier
Brave, courageous, bold Valient
Epidemic Pestilence
Showing no interest, withdrawn, uninvolved Aloof
To joke, prank Jest
Well-balanced and quick on one's feet, nimble Agile
To overwhelm with something Inundate
To scold, rebuke, reprimand Chide
Feelings of ill will, hatred, enmity, animosity Rancor
Cloth used to wrap a body for burial Shroud
Druggist/Pharmacist Apothecary
Lack of harmony Discord
A confession Shrift
To deceive or cheat Beguile
Firmness of purpose, determination Resolve

Macbeth Act 1 and 2 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

beguile
tidings
valiant
liege
enkindle
frieze
gall
peerless
harbinger
vantage
knell
prate
palpable
stealthy
sergeant
largeness
benison
fife
colmekill
scone
gorgon
countenance
combustion
appoint
equivocator
multitudinous
brainsickly
confounds
dudgeon
husbandry

Romeo and Juliet, Act 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A resentment strong enough to justify retaliation Grudge
Of or occurring between or among citizens of the state Civil
A strong blow with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument Thrust
An angry dispute Quarrel
Destroy the peace or tranquility of Disturb
Very old Ancient
A pernicious and malign influence that is hard to get rid of Canker
Go away or leave Depart
Of momentous or ominous significance Portentous
Something that causes great unhappiness Grief

Macbeth Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A feudal lord or baron in Scotland Thane
Foretelling events as if by divine inspiration Prophetic
Amends made, as for damage or loss Recompense
Immoral or unchaste; lewd Wanton
Someone who indicates what is going to happen Harbinger
To punish, as by beating Chastise
Without material form or substance Metaphysical
Influence by slyness Beguile
To produce or create Procreant
Someone who supplies provisions Purveyor
To make an earnest request or petition Entreat
All of a person’s descendants Posterity
Of no danger to health Benign
One that has supreme authority, autonomous, self-governing Sovereign
The quality of being more noticeable than anything else Predominance
To hesitate as a result of conscience Scruples
To hold oneself back Refrain
Speech you make to yourself Monologue
One that keeps guard Sentinel
Lacking physical strength or vitality Infirm
Possessing or existing in bodily form Incarnate
The face or facial features Countenance
To choose by or as if by divine intervention Anoint
To mislead or withhold information Equivocate
A betrayal of trust or confidence Treason

Macbeth Vocabulary Acts 1-4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To punish or severely criticize chastise
To make or become less until little remains dwindle
Extravagant lavish
Predicting phophetic
To guess surmise
Something of little importance or value trifle
Capable of being perceived palpable
Marked by quiet and caution and secrecy stealthy
Speak about unimportant matters rapidly prate
Sound ofa bell knell
Call in an official matter summons
A room used primarily for sleeping chamber
To kill intentionally murder
To become conscious wake
Too numerous to be counted multitudious
Unclear equivocate
Engage in loud drunkeness carouse
Call forth to apopear provoke
Noisy and lacking discipline unruly
State of violent disturbance and excitement combustion
Commit a crime or evil deed suborn
Fearless dauntless
Unproductive or unsuccessful fruitless
Wrestle or struggle with grapple
A desire to harm others malice
Having greatest importance or authority predominant
Various; miscellaneous sundry
Harsh or cruel leader tyrant
A childish act antic
Greedy avaricious
Deserted desolate
Internal organs; intestines entrails
Praiseworthy laudable
Deadly or destructive pernicious
Supreme authority or rule sovereignty
Make a small cut scotch
Quality of threatening evil malice

Romeo and Juliet Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Visage
Devout
Pestilence
Pensive
Slander
Penury
Prorogue
Melancholy
Lament
Piteous
Antics
Baleful
Peril
Tetchy
Conjured
Beguile
Garish
Obesquy
Immoderate
Chide

Romeo And Juliet Act I Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Serious and dignified Solemnity
Causing harm or ruin Pernicious
To become weak or deteriorate Languish
Act of breaking a law or command Transgression
Cleanse, forgive Purge
Fighting attitude Belligerence
Enemies Adversaries
Problem causing resentment or complaint Grievance
Long, slender sword Rapier
Future generations Posterity
Noisy or energetic Boisterous
increase, add to Augment
Pure, virtous, decent Chaste
Temperament, attitude Disposition
Pretentious, threatening Portentous

C Level Tasks Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Having a harmful effect pernicious
Involving extreme effort ardous
To call to come forth invocation
To obtain without care procure
To enchant in a deceptive way beguile
To add on imcorporate
Cloth wrapped around the body for burial shroud
To escape using trickery evade
Feeling hostile enmity
Deliberate or unprovoked wanton
Intent to do evil malice
An object used to hold something receptacle
being lazy languish
Order of power hierarchy
To ascribe to someone based on a quality impute
Behaving in a bad way perverse
Unfortunate; regrettable lamentable
to scold chastise
causing hatred loathsome
Extreme admiration idolatry

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