Type
Word Search
Description

Stoutly
Affinity
Languish
Wretch
Conceit
Ruminate
Fliches
Haggard
Inference
Vehement
Importunity
Imputation
Fraught

Othello Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Apt
Arraign
Bolster
Bombast
boon
Cassio
Castigation
Citadel
Conjure
Desdemona
Discreet
Edify
Iago
Imputation
Loathe
Othello
Paradox
Penitent
Quirk
Recoil
Requisite
Roderigo
Ruminate
Sequester
Suffice
Surmise
Tranquil
Trifle
Vehement
Voluble

Othello Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A venetian soldier and Desdemona's father. Brabantio
Desdemona’s friend and servant Emilia
A nobleman of most hereditary rank Duke
What city is Cassio originally from? Florence
Where does Act 1 take place? Venice
Throughout the play Iago is referred to as Honest
Othello said Desdemona fell in love with him for his Stories
What is known to be Othello’s tragic flaw Jealousy
First quality of a tragic hero Nobility
Strategy Iago used to persuade Othello’s actions Manipulation
“Excellent wretch!” (3.3.90) What literary device does Othello use in this quotation? Oxymoron
What is the word that Othello repeated in his speech during the climax. Farewell
Cassio’s weakness which Iago takes advantage of to get him into a fight with Roderigo and makes him lose his job. Drinking
Othello leaves Venice to go to Cyrus to fight who? Turks
How Desdemona ends up getting killed. Smothered
When a character is alone speaking his/her thoughts aloud regardless of anyone who could be listening. Soliloquy
In this play Othello is known as the Tragic hero
Method in which Brabantio accuses Othello of using to get Desdemona to fall in love with him. Bewitching
After the fight between Cassio and Roderigo, Cassio was only concerned about one thing Reputation
“And when I love thee not, Chaos is come again.” (3.3.90) What literary device does Othello use in this quotation? Allusion

Romeo and Juliet Vocab Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

semblance outward aspect or appearance
choler anger, wrath
vile wretchedly bad
visage appearance
languish to droop or fade
pernicious causing harm or ruin
augmenting to make larger
importune demand with urgency
shrift confession to a priest
transgression violation of law
anguish suffering or pain
prolixity boring talking
revels to make merry
inconstant changeable (not constant)
nuptial of or relating to marriage
disparagment something that derogates
profane irreverence
prodigious wonderful or marvellous
invocation calling for help or aid
livery a uniform
conjure to produce or bring by magic
entreat to ask or beg
enmity a condition of hostility
idolatry blind adoration
wanton uncalled for
virtue goodness

Romeo and Juliet Vocab. Act 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

In a condition for letting out a liquid ABROACH
A union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially between countries or organizations ALLIANCE
Severe mental or physical pain or suffering ANGUISH
Make something greater by adding to it AUGMENTING
To scold or rebuke CHIDE
Rage, anger, or wrath CHOLER
To praise formally or officially COMMEND
The offset the effect of by countering it with something of an equal force COUNTERVAIL
A written or spoken communication or debate DISCOURSE
Disgrace, discredit, or dishonor DISPARAGEMENT
The state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to someone or something ENMITY
To ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something ENTREAT
A person who keeps, trains, or hunts with hawks, or other birds of prey FALCONER
The worship of idols IDOLATRY
To ask pressingly and persistently for or to do something IMPORTUNE
Frequently changing INCONSTANT
The action of intervening on behalf of another INTERCESSION
The action of invoking something or someone for assistance INVOCATION
Suffer from being forced to remain in an unpleasant place or situation LANGUISH
The causing of hatred or disgust LOATHSOME

And then there were none Vocab words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

vehement
unobtrusive
surreptitious
servile
ruminate
reproach
replete
quaint
plaintive
monotony
malevolence
luxuriant
luscious
inert
indignation

And then there were none Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Vehement
Unobtrusive
Surreptitious
Servile
Ruminate
Reproach
Replete
Quaint
Plaintive
Monotony
Malevolence
Luxuriant
Luscious
Inert
Indignation

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

Romeo and Juliet Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

extremely harmful/deadly pernicious
to scold severely chastise
the widow was ___________ when losing her husband distraught
a platform that holds the corpse bier
difficult arduous
to deceive; to charm beguile
container receptacle
to flee from a pursuer evade
a dead body was covered with a _________ shroud
to come up with an explanation, plan, or idea devise
a prayer for help invocation
contrary: persisting in error perverse
worship of an object idolatry
to obtain procure
to lay blame; to credit impute
lying under oath perjury
hatred enmity
natural mood or tendency disposition
I continued to _________ on the couch after eating too much on Thanksgiving. languish
The knight was ________ when adventuring into the woods. valiant

Romeo and Juliet Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

extremely harmful, deadly pernicious
reckless, cruel, deliberate wanton
to be lazy, weak, dull languish
hatred enmity
contrary, uncoopertive perverse
hateful, repulsive loathsome
invoking or summoning for help invocation
worship, admiration idolatry
lecture, scold chastise
difficult, requires much effort ardous
orderly arrangement, display array
to deceive, enchant, charm beguile
platform that supports corpse or coffin bier
deeply distressed, agitated distraught
elude or avoid evade
intention to do harm malice
to bring about, obtain procure
cloth used to wrap body for burial shroud
container receptacle
to blame impute

Romeo and Juliet Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

deadly, archaic, wicked, destructive pernicious
to summon, usually by incantation conjure
belonging to appertaining
to increase in size or intensity augmenting
eliciting amazement wonder; ominous portentous
to beg or request; to beseech; to implore importuned
to reproduce propagate
to attack violently assailing
to keep company with consorted
to ask urgently, or persuade entreat
to falsely blame or give credit to impute
to obtain procure
to intervene intercession
bitter, ill will, enmity rancor
having feminine qualities; to be feminine effeminate
related to war martial
nimble agile
gaudy or showy garish
gloomy or dreadful dismal
misfortune adversity
a temporary stay or journey sojourn
to loath, hate, or despise abhor