Type
Word Search
Description

abruptly
antechamber
butality
clinging
convoy
crematorium
elusive
eternity
ferocious
hermetically
interrogating
lethal
nocturnal
optimism
pious
tumult
usurped
veiled
vigor

Night by Elie Wiesel Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

solemn
benediction
anguish
masquerade
cabbala
alturistic
pestilent
defiance
nocturnal
acquaintances
lucidity
crematorium
camarieader
wielding
throng
wretched
rescinded
uttering
convoy
oppressors
roused
antechamber
prominent
henceforth
he
emblem
hast
fraught
waiflike
surname
surn
auschwitz
sighet
jewish
nazis
holocaust

Vocabulary Word Search Night by Eli Wiesel

Type
Word Search
Description

Torment
Frenzy
Convoy
Blandishments
Convalescent
Lucidity
Monocle
Devoid
Notorious
Pestilential
Hermetically
Provisions
Constraint
Melancholy
Anecdotes
Treatise
Emigration
Deportees
Profoundly
Insignificant
Encumbered
Surname

Night Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Auschwitz
Birkenau
Buchenwald
Concentration Camp
Crematorium
Death
Despair
Elie Wiesel
Ghetto
Holocaust
Insomnia
Never
Night
Selection
Shlomo
Sighet
SS Officers
Starvation
Survival
Yellow star

Suffix -OUS Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

infectious
ferocious
industrious
suspicious
courageous
monotonous
prosperous
vigorous
luxurious
obvious
spacious
delicious
mountainous
mysterious
marvelous
glamorous
hazardous
adventurous
rediculous
religious
victorious
previous
envious
humorous
poisonous
famous
nervous
joyous
glorious
studious
furious
various

Night Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

hendered,resticted encumbered
short,humorous stories anecdotes
sadness,depression melancholy
sealed against the entry hermetically
likely to cause an epidemic disease pestilential
returning to health after illness convalescent
coaxing by flattery blandishments
boisterous and disorderly raucous
agitation or wild excitement frenzy
grief,mourning lamentation
passed elapsed
made thin due to starvation emaciated
lacking strength,weak feeble
written discussion of a topic treatise
harmful influence contagion
expressing sorrow plaintive
left alone by death beareved
vigor energy vitality
the least desirable portions dregs
lack of emotion or feeling apathy

Night-Elie Wiesel Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Worst concentration camp Auschwitz
Hitler started it Holocaust
Friend of Elie's father. (Gardener) Meir Katz
Weapon that was used to kill children Machine-Gun
Place where you Burner/smushed bodies Crematorium
Camp at which the prisoners marched to Gleiwitz
Survivor who wrote the book "Night" Elie Wiesel
Place where Jews had an assembly Synagogue
The race Hitler decided to target Jews
Camp where they arrived when Meir Katz died Buchenwald
Leader of Germans Hitler
People who Germans were expecting to bomb the camp. Russians
Guy who played the Violin Juliek

Night : Elie Wiesel Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What were the German secret police called? Gestapo
Where was Elie Wiesel was born? Sighet
How many people did they pack into the convoys? Eighty
What was the name of the women screaming on the train? Mrs. Schachter
What was the name of Elie's father? Shlomo
Who first warned everyone about the Holocaust? (His tutor) Moishe
How old was Elie when he first arrived in Birkenau? Fifteen
What major camp did Elie go to that was located in Poland? Auschwitz
What food were given at the camps? Bread and Soup
What did Elie inherit from his father? Spoon and Knife
Elie's father died of what disease? Dysentery
How many other siblings does Elie have? Three
Elie had surgery on his what? Foot
Jews had to wear the yellow Star
What was Elie’s younger sister’s name Tzipora
The blank was used to separate the weak from the healthy Selection
During the selection this doctor told the prisoners to go left Or right Dr. Mengele
They burned people in a what Crematorium
What did they tatoo on the prisoners to identify them instead of names Numbers
The dentist was checking for only one thing; Elie was marked for this. A gold crown
The prisoners walked here from Auschwitz Buna
What was Elie’s dad’s last word Eliezer
Number of people who survived the train ride to Buchenwald Twelve
Who guarded the concentration camps SS soldiers
Known as Auschwitz ll Birkenau

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

Stargirl Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

primordial
mesmerizing
reserved
disparaged
improvise
abundant
subsided
preamble
jostle
tentative
extravagance
seethe
distinct
conferred
facetious
treason
raucous
immobilize
dilapidated
detached
barren
aquanted
convoy
annihilated
jubilation
hostility
flustered
verdict
supress
oblivious
proximity
liberation
elated
dormant
deceased
bafflement
blithe
amorphous
elusive
perpetual
balk
sleazy
noncomformity
hoax
noteworthy
dramatic

Night Chapter 3 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

(n) A temporary prevalence of disease Epidemic
(n) Any group of military vehicles traveling together under the same orders convoy
(n) A strict isolation imposed to prevent the spread of disease Quarantine
(n) Extreme mental agitation; wild excitement frenzy
(adj.) Without stop or pause Ceaseless
(adj.) Very slight, gradual, or subtle Imperceptible
(v) To recall past experiences Reminisce
(adj.) Distrusting or disparaging in the motives of others cyniCAL
(v) To temporarily relieve from any evil reprieve
(v) To involve oneself in a mater without right or invitation meddle
(n.) a room that serves as a waiting room and entrance to a larger room antechamber
(n.) extreme tiredness fatigue
(adj.) extremely evil or cruel infernal
(n.) state of being completely forgotten or unknown oblivion
(n.) a concentration camp prisoner who was given privileges in return for supervising prisoner work gangs kapo