Type
Crossword
Description

to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish. alleviate
to blame; to criticize adversely. censure
monarch with unlimited power despot
to cause; produce; bring into being engender
inappropriate; out of place incongruous
narrow-minded; smugly conventional philistine
to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish relegate
to mock or jeer at; to make fun of scoff
long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring tedious
clumsy; awkward; hard to handle ungainly
able to live or exist; practicable viable
to twist or squirm, as in pain; to suffer from shame or shyness. writhe
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point. zenith
indifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart aloof
to criticize severely chastise

Vic 2 Set 9 crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

assuage alleviate
reprimand censure
to make lower relegate
what was hitler considered to be despot
a long line during black Friday tedious
a person that is ______ trips a lot ungainly
sneer scoff
barbarian philistine
normal (antonym) incongruous
watching scary movies when he was little would __________ fear of being in dark rooms alone engender
he was____ towards the math lesson, which caused him to not pay attention and to have no clue of how to do is homework aloof
encourage (antonym) chastise
applicable viable
thrash writhe
the top of a mountain zenith
to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish relegate
make easier to endure alleviate
to blame; to criticize adversely censure
monarch with unlimited power. despot
to cause; produce; bring into being. engender
inappropriate; out of place incongruous
narrow-minded; smugly conventional philistine
to mock or jeer at; to make fun of scoff
long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring tedious
clumsy; awkward; hard to handle ungainly
able to live or exist; practicable viable
to twist or squirm, as in pain; to suffer from shame or shyness writhe
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point zenith
to criticize severely chastise

VIC 2 Set 9 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish ALLEVIATE
to blame; to criticize adversely CENSURE
monarch with unlimited power DESPOT
to cause; produce; bring into being ENGENDER
inappropriate; out of place INCONGRUOUS
narrow-minded; smugly conventional PHILISTINE
to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish RELEGATE
to mock or jeer at; to make fun of SCOFF
long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring TEDIOUS
clumsy; awkward; hard to handle UNGAINLY
able to live or exist; practicable VIABLE
to twist or squirm, as in pain; to suffer from shame or shyness WRITHE
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point ZENITH
indifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart ALOOF
to criticize severely CHASTISE
Doctors often prescribe ibuprofen to _____ pain. ALLEVIATE
On the TV show Chopped, judges _____ chefs based on their cooking abilities. CENSURE
The King Louis’s of France were _____ in their ways of ruling. DESPOTS
God ______ humans to come into this world. ENGENDERED
I am ______ in my friend group, but what friend group? INCONGRUOUS
The KKK is known for being a ______ cult. PHILISTINE
A teachers job is to _____ assignments to students so that they can learn. RELEGATE
Peers would often ______ me for being over weight and unattractive. SCOFF
The English essay seems like a ______ task for a book we’ve already moved on from. TEDIOUS
While carrying a large heavy box, Mandy thought of it as ______ because of it’s voluminous stature. UNGAINLY
The science committee deemed the creation of homunculus ______ to the sciences. VIABLE
The worm ______ in pain as the tall man crushed it with his foot. WRITHED
Our airplane will be at its ______ at 22,000km. ZENITH
I prefer to be ______ when drama among my “friends” occurs. ALOOF
Don’t ______ the teacher or you’ll get detention. CHASTISE

Vic #2 Set #9 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish She wants to alleviate a persons life. alleviate
to blame; to criticize adversely. You should be censured for that. censure
monarch with unlimited power. If a despot rules a country most of the time the people are not thought of when he makes his plans. despot
to cause; produce; bring into being. I would like to engender a new look for my room. engender
inappropriate; out of place. The incongruous vase does not go on the table. incongruous
narrow-minded; smugly conventional. He likes to play philistine football; very rough. philistine
to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish. He was relegated to errand boy. relegate
to mock or jeer at; to make fun of. Why do kids scoff at other kids; it is so mean. scoff
long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring. This tedious walk between the office and the parking lot is probably some of the only exercise some people get. tedious
clumsy; awkward; hard to handle. I am a ungainly person; it seems like I trip with every step I take. ungainly
able to live or exist; practicable. Most things on this planet are viable. viable
to twist or squirm, as in pain; to suffer from shame or shyness. It would go quicker if you stopped writhing. writhe
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point. Usually the zenith is the north star. zenith
ndifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart. Her aloof personality sometimes got her in trouble in class, for she was always daydreaming. aloof
to criticize severely. punish, praise. We had to chastise you because you gave the dog chocolate, and you knew that he could not have it. chastise

Vic 2 Set 9 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish. The doctor gave the man a shot of morphine to alleviate the pain alleviate
to blame; to criticize adversely./ The teacher gave the students a censure after a bad note was left to the substitute. censure
The despot got rid of most of the congress and law enforcement so he had no one to tell him no. with unlimited power./ despot
to cause; produce; bring into being./ The company was supposed to engender a certain amount of product but they did meet their mark. engender
- inappropriate; out of place./ The movie had an incongruous feeling to it since it was rated R incongruous
narrow-minded; smugly conventional./ There is a philistine in my group and he gets all the materials for the project. philistine
to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish./ I had to relegate Johnnie in the group because Tim could do Johnnie’s job better than he could. relegate
to mock or jeer at; to make fun of./ The bully scoffed the new kid for the way he dressed. scoff
long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring./ The speaker’s talk about drugs was very tedious because the kids already knew about what he was saying. tedious
clumsy; awkward; hard to handle./ The new worker was nervous so he was very ungainly. ungainly
able to live or exist; practicable./ The teacher’s assignment was definitely viable, but the kids still didn’t want to do it. viable
to twist or squirm, as in pain; to suffer from shame or shyness./ The quarterback writhed on the field after getting hit hard. writhe
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point./ I want to go to a zenith in the sky to say I was as high as possible. zenith
indifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart./ My mom is very aloof when it comes to me being a baby with pain. aloof
to criticize severely./ / You can’t chastise Billy because he will instantly begin to cry. chastise

Vic Set 9 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish alleviate
To _____________ the pain, Sara had to apply an ice pack to the bruised ankle. alleviate
to blame; to criticize adversely censure
A mother is suppose to ____________ her children so they behave and grow up to be good adults. censure
monarch with unlimited power despot
The ________ did not want to compromise to change the monarch to a constitutional one. despot
to cause; produce; bring into being engender
In order for his players to play better, the coach had to ___________ them by saying he would bench them for the rest of the season. engender
inappropriate; out of place incongruous
The student passes an _________ letter around the room and was caught by the teacher. incongruous
narrow-minded; smugly conventional philistine
The ________ teenager was sent to the principal’s office for bullying. philistine
to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish relegate
The manager had to __________ the worker who did little work. relegate
to mock or jeer at; to make fun of scoff
The little boy refused when the others tried to get him to ________ at the new kid. scoff
long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring tedious
The town hall meeting is considered one of the most _______ meeting among the teens. tedious
clumsy; awkward; hard to handle ungainly
able to live or exist; practicable viable
Anyone who is healthy has a good _______ chance of living until they are eighty. viable
to twist or squirm, as in pain; to suffer from shame or shyness writhe
The girl was told not to _______ when they put in the IV. writhe
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point zenith
The _______ of the mountain was too far so the hikers gave up. zenith
indifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart aloof
The student seemed ______ when the speaker was talking to them about the history of brochure making. aloof
to criticize severely chastise
The teacher was known to ________ the student’s work therefore no one liked her. chastise
Her parents got mad at her for being ___________ all the time. ungainly

VIC 2 Set 9 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish ALLEVIATE
to blame; to criticize adversely CENSURE
monarch with unlimited power DESPOT
to cause; produce; bring into being ENGENDER
inappropriate; out of place INCONGRUOUS
narrow-minded; smugly conventional PHILISTINE
to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish RELEGATE
to mock or jeer at; to make fun of SCOFF
long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring TEDIOUS
clumsy; awkward; hard to handle UNGAINLY
able to live or exist; practicable VIABLE
to twist or squirm, as in pain; to suffer from shame or shyness WRITHE
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point ZENITH
indifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart ALOOF
to criticize severely CHASTISE
The pain medicine ___________ the pain of my headache. ALLEVIATES
Mary ___________ her friend’s essay, but she did not intend to be rude. CENSURED
Some people act as though they are a _______ when we are on teams in gym class. DESPOT
The girl’s bad decisions _____________ her expulsion from school. ENGENDERED
The placement of Christmas decorations the day after Halloween is ______________. INCONGRUOUS
Sectarians are known to be __________. PHILISTINE
The teacher will _________ assignments for us to do while she is gone. RELEGATE
Other students _________ me as a child, and it is the reason for some of my insecurities today. SCOFFED
Working out in the gym is ________, but it is worth it. TEDIOUS
I am _________ when I am wearing high heels and nice dresses. UNGAINLY
Oxygen from plants is a main reason that the human race is ______. VIABLE
After getting hit by the dodgeball, the girl ________ in pain. WRITHED
The little boy’s kite reached a _______. ZENITH
Carrie was ______ from her friend’s relationship problems. ALOOF
Some people are unable to handle being __________. CHASTISED

VIC Set 9 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to relive; My mom decided to ___ me from chores for a month. alleviate
to blame; Alex made the decision to ___ Billy for stealing her pencils. censure
monarch with unlimited power; In english class, Ms. Myers is the ___ to all her students despot
to cause; My grandma and I wanted to ___ a tomato and squat garden. engender
inappropriate; The way my sister tried to punish me was ___ and out of her place. incongruous
narrow-minded ; The immature boy had a philistine mind when he was a boy, but now he looks at things differently. philistine
to banish; My dad realized after what he said to me, he had made me feel ___ and less important. relegate
to mock; After i showed my mom my report card, she gently let out a ___ after noticing i had three bad grades. Scoff
tiresome; boring - Working everyday can be a ___ task to someone who just started working, and is inexperienced. tedious
clumsy; awkward - When me and my family go to Thanksgiving Dinner i show my ___ personality for there are so many relatives i barely speak to. ungainly
able to live or exist; My phone and friends would make a deserted island ore ___, because i wouldn't get bored and i would have people to talk to. viable
to twist or squirm, as in pain; After the duck was shot it began to ___ as the remaining fight in the bird was quickly released. writhe
the point in the sky directly above one; the highest point - I have a goal to climb to the climax, or ___ of mount Everest one day, even tho it is really tall. zenith
indifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart - When I'm in art class, people describe my mood as being ___ for i do not care bout the class or the work we are assigned to do in there. aloof
to criticize severely; After seeing my GPA, my mother was quick to ___ me and told me to bring them up or i am in deep trouble. chastise

lord of the flies Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adolescence
biguns
chastisement
choir
convalsion
crags
falcrom
jeeringly
lagoon
littluns
octave
opalescence
oppressive
perpendicular
perpetually
suffusion
tacit
wearisomeness

mice and men vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight Pugnacious
show one's resentment or anger, especially by throwing up the head and drawing in the chin Bridled
showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's achievements" Complacently
showing a critical or disrespectful attitude Derogatory
appease the anger or anxiety of (someone) Mollified
in a way that suggests that something bad is going to happen" Ominously
Abrupt and curt in manner or speech; discourteously blunt. Brusquely
a particular point in events or time Junctures
scattered fragments, typically of something wrecked or destroyed Debris
move in a slow, heavy, awkward way Lumbered
assuming power or authority without justification; arrogant and domineering Imperiously
(especially of a person or human figure) lying down Recumbent
ill-tempered Morosely
contemptuous ridicule or mockery Derision
run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps Scuttled
using or expressing dry, especially mocking, humor Wryly
deserving censure or condemnation Reprehensible
crouch down in fear Cowering
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen Apprehension
old and torn; in poor condition Tattered
bad-tempered and sulky; gloomy Sullenness
turn away (one's eyes or thoughts) Averted
(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality Meager
in a scornful way that shows disdain Contemptuously
comfort (someone) at a time of grief or disappointment Consoled
make continual twisting, squirming movements or contortions of the body Writhed
cause (someone) to become perplexed and confused Bewildered
move fast in a straight line because or as if driven by the wind Scudded
have an unpleasant, annoying, or disturbing effect Jarred
hostile and aggressive Belligerently
feeling or expressing contempt or derision Scornfully
dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest Monotonous
slow-moving or inactive Sluggishly
make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice Jeering
morose, bad-tempered, and resentful; refusing to be cooperative or cheerful Sulkily

Vocabulary week 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A person or thing that is mysterious or difficult to understand enigma
a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound arguments fallacy
not quite right; inappropriate or out of place amiss
an expression of sharp disapproval or criticism rebuke
a thing that provides resistance, delay, or obstruction to something or someone hindrance
Cause someone to severe and overwhelming shock or grief devastate
the quantity of motion of a moving body momentum
the action or fact of complying with a wish or command compliance
A public declaration of policy and aims, especially issued before a political party/candidate manifesto
not easily upset or excited placid
make twisting, squirming movements or contortions of the body writhe
something in disrepair or ruin dilapidated
pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely forlorn
fall or drop straight down at high speed plummet
treat with an apparent kindness which betrays a feeling or superiority patronizing
exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion/excitement hysteria
a great difference disparity
withdraw or be drawn back retract
the quality of being clever, original, or inventive ingenuity