Type
Word Search
Description

Antecedent
Ceaselessly
Clad
Conceivable
Contiguous
Deft
Derange
Divot
Elocution
Elusive
Forlorn
Formidable
Garrulous
Hulking
Humidor
Imply
Incoherent
Indiscernible
Interpose
Laden
Orgastic
Pasquinade
Rancor
Settee
Subtle
Supercilious
Superfluous
Surmise
Unutterable
Vicarious

The Great Gatsby: Chapter 8 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A container or storage room for cigars or other preparations of tobacco, fitted with means for keeping the tobacco suitably moist Humidor
Cannot be seen or perceived clearly; imperceptible Indiscernible
a seat for two or more persons, having a back and usually arms, and often upholstered Settee
In partnership; in league with; in conspiracy In Cahoots
A piece of turf gouged out with a club in making a stroke Divot
Excessively talkative in a rambling, roundabout manner, especially about trivial matters Garrulous
Without logical or meaningful connection; disjointed; rambling Incoherent
Imaginable; believable Conceivable
Desolate or dreary; unhappy or miserable, as in feeling, condition, or apperance Forlorn
Burdened; loaded down Laden

Vocab Project Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to imitate deceptively feign
having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy supercilious
to indiciate or suggest without being explicitly stated Imply
nimble; skillful Deft
lacking in spirit or interest; listless; indifferent Languid
Strongly emotional Vehement
large or bulky of body; portly; stout; fat Corpulent
any New Yorker knickerbocker
heroic courage; bravery Valor
easy and sprightly in manner or bearing Jaunty
heavy and clumsy; bulky Hulking
hazy, vague, indistinct; or confused nebulous
a slave serf
an overwhelming defeat rout
intended to entrap or trick insidious
of great strength; forceful; powerful formidable
peace; tranquillity; calm repose
a piece of turf gouged out with a club in making a stroke divot
burdened; loaded down laden
ominous; predictive of future bad events portentous
a satire or lampoon, esp. one posted in a public place pasquinade
to disturb the condition, action, or function of; to make insane derange
to think or infer without certain or strong evidence; conjecture; guess surmise
being more than is sufficient or required; excessive; unnecessary or needless superfluous
a person's manner of speaking or reading aloud in public elocution
unspeakable; beyond expression unutterable
difficult to perceive or excitement subtle
at the height of emotional excitement orgastic
without stopping or pausing; unendingly; incessantly ceaselessly
cannot be seen or perceived clearly; imperceptible indiscernible

Gatsby Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

mutual or corresponding Reciprocal
of an unnatural or sickly pallor Wan
make known subtly and indirectly Intimation
In a short time Anon
Connecting without a break Contiguous
Lacking in spirit or interest Languid
To indicate without being excessively stated Imply
Dressed or covered Clad
Easy and sprightly in manner of bearing Jaunty
Related to sleep walking Somnambulatory
Heroic courage Valor
To draw or bring out or forth Elicit
King or prince of india Rajah
Loud or confused noise Din
Lacking in ideas or intelligence Vacuous
To pass into or through every part of Permeate
Asect,phase or side Facet
Overwhelming defeat Rout
A slave Serf
Heavy and clumsy Hulking
Uninhibited spree or party Debauch
Hard to express or define Elusive
Slip or error Lapse
Earnest or emphatic Insistent
Resentment or ill will Rancor
Excessively talkative in rambling Garrulous
Desolate or dreary Forlorn
Burdened Laden
To think or infer without certain or strong evidence Surmise
Difficult to perceive or understand Subtle

Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

cunning, trickery, or deceitfulness guile
expressed disapproval reproach
destroyed; ruined blighted
hateful odious
quickly and cleverly deftly
humorlessness; formality solemnity
express disapproval rebuke
strong dislike aversion
anxiety or dismay consternation
stolen purloined
peace; tranquility repose
feelings of doubt or nervouseness misgivings
not paying attention heedless
sorry repentant
heavily loaded laden
acquired or obtained procured
lonely and miserable; hopeless forlorn
praise laud

Great Gatsby Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Antecedent
Debauch
Denizen
Desolate
Dilatory
Ecstatic
Elicit
Elusive
Exult
Hulking
Ingratiate
Innumerable
Insidious
Insistent
Irreverent
Jaunty
Lapse
Laudable
Nebulous
Obstinate
Portentous
Rajah
Repose
Reproach
Rout
Serf
Somnambulatory
Tentative
Tumult
Valor

SAT #1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To think, contemplate ratiocinate
talkative loquacious
the art of public speaking elocution
indirect language circumlocution
defiant recalcitrant
intelligant, viable cogent
original; ground-breaking seminal
to revise, edit redact
to soothe, appease placate
boring, dull tedious
a large book tome
to examine carefully peruse
the study of insects entomology
present but hidden latent
to come forth, blossom burgeon
able to see and detect clairvoyant
a summary synopsis
skilled, adept deft

English Tom Sawyer Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

peace,tranquility Repose
State of being famous for a bad quality Notoriety
Anxiety or dismay Consternation
Stolen Purloined
Quickly and cleverly Deftly
Express Disapproval Rebuke
Strong dislike Aversion
Unimportant or trivial Trifling
Extreme happiness Exulation
Express disapproval Reproach
Destroyed; ruined Blighted
Hateful Odious
Believable Plausible
Lonely and miserable; hopeless Forlorn
Heavily, loaded Laden
Acquired or obtained Procured
Sorry Repentant
Thinking musing
Beginners Beginners
Not paying attention Heedless
Cunning, trickery, ot deceitfulness Guile
Annoyed, irritated Vexed
Yearn to have or possess Covet
Thought; Wondered mused
Praise laud

Vocabulary from The Great Gatsby Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Distressing Harrowing
Remark that causes offense Affront
Friendly and cheerful Genial
Rejected or worthless Refuse
Loud, confusing noise Tumultuous
Bitterness or resentfulness Rancor
Generous or forgiving Magnanimous
Unable to distinguish Indiscernible
Weighed down Laden
Strongly suggestive Redolent
Extremely hungry Ravenous
Talkative Garrulous
Pitifully sad abandoned or lonely Forlorn
Happening by accident Fortuitous
Without a clear shape or form Amorphous
Unnecessary Superfluous
Clear and expressive speech Elocution
Bad-tempered, sulky and gloomy Sullen
Appreciation of beauty Aesthetic
Corresponding in size or degree Commensurate

ELAR Vocab: And Then There Were None Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Covert
Deferential
Concur
Squall
Brazen
Brusque
Capricious
Replete
Vehement
Rancor
Beckon
Gait
Incoherent
Ruminate
Surreptitious
Solicitude
Impromptu
Ascertain
Malicious
Incomprehensible

English 1101 Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Abbreviate
Adulation
adversity
concupiscent
Deleterious
Diligent
ebullient
Emulate
Enervating
Enhance
Evanescent
Exemplary
Florid
Fortuitous
Hackneyed
Longevity
Orator
Parched
Perfidious
Procrastinate
Prosperity
Prudent
Rancorous
Resilient
Restrained
Scrutinize
Spurious
Substantiate
Subtle
vowed