Type
Word Search
Description

alias
amble
burly
distort
dogged
dumbfounded
extinct
grit
inevitable
ingrained
meteoric
parody
prevail
relic
rend
replenish
rummage
skimp
sleuth
vandalism

Vocabulary Workshop Unit 11 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

An assumed name, especially as used to hide one's identity alias
to walk slowly, stroll amble
big and strong; muscular burly
to give a false or misleading account of; to twist out of shape distort
persistent, stubbornly determined, refusing to give up dogged
so amazed that one is unable to speak, bewildered dumbfounded
no longer in existence extinct
the petrified remains or traces of an animal or plant that lived in the past fossil
very fine sand or gravel grit
sure to happen, unavoidable inevitable
fixed deeply and firmly ingrained
resembling a meteor in speed meteoric
a humorous or ridiculous imitation parody
to triumph over prevail
to tear to pieces rend
to fill again, make good, replace replenish
to search through, investigate the contents of rummage
to save, be thrifty skimp
a detective sleuth
deliberate and pointless destruction of public or private property vandalism

Unit 11 vocab CSA Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

vadalism
sleuth
skimp
rummage
replenish
rend
relic
prevail
parody
meteoric
ingrained
inevitable
grit
extinct
dumbfounded
dogged
distort
burly
amble
alias

Vocabulary Unit 11 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an assumed name to hide one's identity alias
to walk slowly amble
big and strong burly
to twist out of shape, falsify distort
refusing to give up dogged
speechless, stunned dumbfounded
died out, vanished extinct
very fne sand, courage in the face of hardship grit
sure to happen inevitable
fixed deeply or firmly ingrained
brilliant, blazing meteoric
to make fun of something by imitating it parody
win, rule, overcome prevail
historical object relic
splinter, tear rend
to fill again replenish
collection of odd items, to search through rummage
to save or be thrifty skimp
detective sleuth
deliberate and pointless destruction of property vandalism

english review Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

titanic
thrive
strident
strapping
scant
sabotage
stealthy
manueuer
intensive
incalculable
implement
frigid
earmark
confer
compact
balk
ambiguous
abduct
vandalism
sleuth
skimp
rummage
replenish
rend
relic
prevail
parody
meteoric
ingrained
inevitable
grit
extinct
dumbfounded
dogged
distort
burly
amble
alias
unearring
subsequent
rigorous
resourceful
refurbish
pry
posterity
panorama
null and void
nonconformist
memento
initiative
formulate
foil
engulf
dole
delude
consequence
bumbling
abominable

vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sleuth
vandalism
skimp
rummage
replenish
rend
prevail
parody
meteoric
ingrained
inevitable
grit
fossil
extinct
dumbfounded
dogged
distort
burly
amble
alias

Vocab Units 10-12 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

synonym of hateful abominable
(adj.) blundering and awkward (n.) clumsiness bumbling
Fill in the blank. Does he truly comprehend the _______ of his actions? consequence
Antonym of undeceive delude
(v.) to give out in small amounts dole
Fill in the blank. The truck will _______ in flames if its fuel tank exploded. engulf
antonym of assist foil
(v.) to express definitely or systematically; to devise, invent; to state as a formula formulate
Antonym of laziness initative
synonym of souvernir memento
(n.) a person who refuses to follow established ideas or ways of doing things; (adj.) of or relating to the unconventional nonconformist
Fill in the blank. The contract becomes ________ at 8PM null and void
(n.) a wide, unobstructed view of an area; a complete survey of a subject; a continuously passing or changing scene; a range or spectrum panorama
antonym of ancestry posterity
synonym of snoop pry
Fill in the blank. Every five years, the hotel will _________ the décor of its elegant lobby. refurbish
(adj.) able to deal promptly and effectively with all sorts of problems; clever in finding ways and means of getting along resourceful
synonym of challenging or severe rigorous
antonym of prior of previous subsequent
Fill in the blank. Even a pilot with ________ judgement can be surprised by sudden changes in the weather. unerring
(n.) an assumed name, especially as used to hide one's identity; (adv.) otherwise called alias
synonym of saunter or ramble amble
antonym of weak or puny burly
Fill in the blank. A magazine known to _______ the facts would be an unreliable source of information. distort
(adj.) persistent, stubbornly determined, refusing to give up dogged
synonym of speechless dumbfounded
antonym of still alive extinct
Fill in the blank. You must have _______ to have a war. grit
(adj.) sure to happen, unavoidable inevitable
synonym of deep-seated ingrained
antonym of slow and sluggish meteoric
Fill in the blank. The audience roared with laughter at the comedy troupe's hilarious ________ parody
(v.) to triumph over; to succeed; to exist widely, be in general use; to get someone to do something by urging prevail
synonym of artifact relic
antonym of secure rend
Fill in the blank. To ________ your supplies you must go to the store and buy some things. replenish
(v.) to search through, investigate the contents of; (n.) an active search; a collection of odd items rummage
synonym of being stingy skimp
antonym of nondetective sleuth
Fill in the blank. Did he __________ the school with spray paint? vandalism
(v.) to kidnap, carry of by force abduct
synonym of uncertain ambiguous
antonym of going forward balk
Fill in the blank. Phones are much more ______ now then they were a generation ago compact
(v.) to consult, talk over, exchange opinions: to present as a gift, favor or honor confer
synonym of reserve earmark
antonym of hot or warm frigid
Fill in the blank. The harrow is a farm ______ that is used to pulverise and smooth soil implement
(adj.) to great to be counted: unpredictable, uncertain incalculable
synonym of undeniable indispuitable
antonym of easygoing intensive
Fill in the blank. The spies carried out a night _________ as part of the training mission. maneuver
(n.) an action taken to destroy something or to prevent it from working properly; (v.) to take such destructive action. sabotage
synonym of inadequate scant
Antonym of open or direct stealthy
Fill in the blank. That _______ young man is a good wrestler strapping
(adj.) harsh, shrill; unpleasant sounding strident
synonym of prosper thrive
Antonym of tiny titanic
Fill in the blank. Sir Galahad was a _______ knight of King Arthur's Round Table valiant

Braelees Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An assumed name, especially as used to hide one’s identity Alias
Big and strong Burly
To give a false or misleading account of Distort
To walk slowly, stroll Amble
Sure to happen, unavoidable Inevitable
Resembling a meteor in speed Meteoric
To triumph over Prevail
To tear to pieces Rend
Deliberate and pointless destruction of public or private property Vandalism
A detective Sleuth
To save, be thrifty Skimp
So amazed that one is unable to speak, bewildered Dumbfounded

Unit 11 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

sift through rummage
add to supply replenish
Shocked, astonished dumbfounded
Destruction of property vandalism
stroll liesurely amble
hold back, save skimp
oddly shaped distort
false name alias
old, useless relic
no more of species extinct

Unit 11 words Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is another word for muscular? Burly
Fake name to hide identity Alias
Surprised Dumbfounded
To be completely gone, not exist anymore Extinct
Walking slowly, along the beach Amble
Changing someone's story to make it sound better; two truths and a lie game Distort
Something that cannot be avoided? Inevitable
A tradition that's hard to forget-going to church and praying Ingrained
Being determined, stubborn Dogged
When something happens with speed-Someone rising to fame quickly Meteoric
A comedy or joke about somebody Parody
An item from the past; some where found by the Archaeologists in India about the Harrapan Culture Relics
To add to something that is finished Replenish
To go through something; rats do this in the garbage cans Rummage
To completely destroy something; Robbers do this when they break into people's properties? Vandalism
Small sand; to be determined even though things are going wrong? Grit
To succeed Prevail
To tear apart Rend
Not enough, Scanty Skimp
A detective; Sherlock Holmes Sleuth

chapter 11 vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an assumed name alias
big and strong burly
so amazed; happy dumbfounded
no longer in existence extinct
very small grit
fixed deeply; hard habit to break ingrained
sudden and temporary meteroric
humorous parody
an object from the past relic
to tear to pieces rend
to save skimp
a detective sleuth
destroy public property vandalism
sure to happen inevitable
to triumph over prevail
to search through rummage