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Word Search
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This word search contains the following answers:

Rent
Pub
Tea
Facade
Landlady
Bath
Boardinghouse
Blemish
Billy
Biscuit
Conjure
Preserved
Mood
Foreshadowing
Bird
Dog
Linger
Compelling
Rapacious
Swanky
Porter

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The Land Lady Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

This word search contains the following answers:

Tantalizing
Rapacious
Proceedings
Preserved
Porter
Facades
Emanate
Dithering about
Dainty
Cricketers
Conjured
Congenial
Compulsion
Compelling
Blemish
Biscuit

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Roald Dahl's The Landlady Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

the landlady's way to trap her men cheaprent
the word Billy uses to describe himself brisk
the air was deadly cold and wind was like a flat blade of ice on his cheeks simile
aggressively greedy rapacious
a pub where Billy might have stayed thebellanddragon
the dachshund by the fire basil
says the lady comes out of the inn like this jackinthebox
don't leave the bed and breakfast temple
Eton schoolboy Mulholland
outward appearance facade
signingtheguestbook law
landlady rents only to these boys
tasted like bitter almond tea
pervasive theme in the story irony
they are a good sign in any house animals
Billy's last name weaver
Billy says he feels this way when outside the B&B compelled

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"The Landlady" by Roald Dahl Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

A person hired to carry luggage porter
Greedy, selfish, or money-hungry rapacious
The front of a building; alternately, a mask or false face; a thing used to hide the truth facade
Agreeable or pleasant Congenial
Prime Minister of Great Britain during World War II (last name only) Churchill
Tormenting or teasing with the promise or sight of something unobtainable; tempting tantalizing
To come forth or originate from emanate
The English city to which Billy travels Bath
An irresistible urge to do something, especially something you have no reason to do Compulsion
An American boxer who competed for the heavyweight in 1926 (last name only) Dempsey
Strange or odd; unusual. peculiar
A mark or scar which spoils the appearance of something, especially skin blemish
A deadly poison that gives off the smell and flavor of bitter almonds cyanide
A woman who runs a boarding house or hotel. landlady
Quickness or rapidity; according to Billy, the one common characteristic of all businessmen briskness
The flower in the window of the bed and breakfast chrysanthemum
A stout, long dog; the pet sleeping in front of the fireplace dachshund

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The Land Landy Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

This word search contains the following answers:

Biscuit
Blemish
Compelling
Compulsion
Congenial
Conjured
Cricketers
Dainty
Dithering about
Emanate
Facades
Porter
Preserved
Proceedings
Rapacious
Tantalizing

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"The Landlady" Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

lit up illuminated
marked with irregular spots blotchy
the floor of a fireplace hearth
magnificent; very impressive splendid
the face of a building facade
seriously earnestly
a strip of wood, metal, or stone forming the bottom of a doorway threshold
a small mark or flaw which spoils the appearance of something blemish
no longer valid; run out; out of date lapsed
delicately small and pretty dainty
evoking interest, attention, or admiration compelling
stay in place longer than necessary linger
produced conjured
active; fast; energetic brisk
possessing a quality that arouses or stimulates desire or interest tantalizing

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Landlady Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

the owner of the boarding-house landlady
carrier of bags generally for a hotel porter
a location in England;usually associated with a shower Bath
to quickly do something briskly
coat that covers your suit overcoat
an exterior wal facade
a beautiful pink and red flower chrysanthemum
a cute dog with floppy ears dachshund
closer to ones personality congenial
like a hotel;a place to stay the night boardinghouse
indecisive behavior dither
strong, forceful, and powerful feeling compelling
British money sixpence
bottom of the doorway, entering a house threshold
odd and interesting peculiar
mark or flaw blemish
preparing and stuffing animals taxidermy

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The LandLady Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

"Try the Bell and Dragon," the ____________ answered, pointing down the road."Pg 1" porter
He was wearing a new navy blue-overcoat, a new brown _________ hat, and a new suit, and he was feeling fine. "Pg 1" trilby
and it was obvioua that once upon a time they had been very ________ residences. "Pg 1' swanky
and that the handsome white _______ were cracked and blotchy from neglect."Pg 1" facades
and _______ from neglect. "Pg 1" blotchy
There was a vase of yellow _________________, tall and beautiful, standing just underneath the notice. "Pg 1" chrysanthemums
On the carpet in front of the fire, a pretty little _______________ was curled up asleep with its nose tucked into it's belly."Pg 2" dachshund
The name itself conjured up images of watery cabbage, ______________ landladies, "Pg 2" rapacious
and a powerful smell of _____ in the living-room. "Pg 2" kippers
Now , the fact that his landlady appeared to be slightly off her ________ didn't worry Billy in the least."Pg 4" rocker
, as though the tray were a pair of reins on a __________ horse."Pg 5" frisky
shaking her head and heaving a _____ little sigh."Pg 5" dainty
in some __________ way, they both appear to be sort of connected together as well."Pg 5" peculiar
Now and again, he caught a whiff of a peculiar smell that seemed to _____________ directly from her person. "Pg 6" emanate
There is nothing more __________________ than a thing like this that lingers just outside the borders of one's memory."Pg 6" tantalizing

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Vocabulary Chocie Board Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

Try doing everything. Blemish
Very residences. Swanky
Handsome white Facades
Than a boardinghouse Congenial
Rapacious landladies Conjured
A powerful smell of kippers in the living room Rapacious
Like this in the cold for two or three minutes Dithering
Forcing him to stay where he was and not to walk away Compelling
A thing that lingers just outside the borders of one's memory Tantalizing
Directly from her person Emanate
Shorter than you are Trifle
Wasn't on his body Blemish

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The Landlady Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

Title of the story Landlady
something that rings Bell
mythical creature (reptile) Dragon
first name of the main character Billy
a book that people usually sign when staying at a motel or hotel Guestbook
last name of the main character Weaver
drink that billy and the landlady were drinking tea
something you sleep in bed
most important meal of the day breakfast
First name of the first name in the guestbook Christopher
last name of the first name in the guestbook Mulholland
First name of the second name in the guestbook Gregory
last name of the second name in the guestbook Temple
type of dog Dachshund
billy was __________ by the landlady poisoned

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The Landlady Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

A person who is employed to carry Luggage Porter
A soft hat with the top deeply indented TriblyHat
Called to mind ConjuredUp
Fish that have been salted or dried or smoked Kippers
Acting nervous and confused DitheringAbout
Front of a building Facades
Agreeable; Pleasant Congenial
Greedy Rapacious
Crazy Dotty
A game that is popular in Great Britain Cricketers
Teasing by remaining unavalibe or withholding desired by someone Tantalizing
Come forth Emanate

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