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Character trait of the Parson and relates to his duty Faithful
What does not matter in a monastery? Age
What do all monks have to be to take their vows? Literate
What was the percentage families were expected to give to the church in 1 year? ten
Chaucer _______________ the friar despises
tone in the Friar's Tale gloomy
who founded the benedictine order? Saint Benedict
How many main monastic orders were their? three
What chaucer admires about the parson selflessness
Who was wealthier than the king? Monasteries
What causes overindulgence in hobbies? pride
Character trait of the Friar that he uses penance to get gifts fake

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7.3 Vocab: The Medieval Church Crossword

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Rules that regulate life in a monastery drawn up by a monk named Benedict in 530 A.D. Benedictine Rule
The sacred rites of the church, such as baptism and communion. Only priests could administer these.. Sacraments
Having to do with worldly, not religious(nonreligious) matters. Secular
Claims of the medieval pope that he had authority over all secular rules. Papal Supremacy
Church laws. Canon Law
Banishment from the Roman Catholic Church as a penalty for refusing to obey the church laws. Excommunication
Excommunication of an entire town, religion, and kingdom. Interdict
A medical monk who travels from place to place to help the poor and sick. Friar
Abandoned a wealthy life to travel and minister to the poor and sick and teach the bible. Saint Friar of Assisi
Money given to the church by individual people. 10% of ones income. Tithe
A priest who is in charge of the local churches that the peasants attend. He administered the sacraments-baptism, funeral rites, and visit the sick Parish Priest

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Canterbury Tales Crossword

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The first pilgrim Chaucer describes in the General Prologue, and the teller of the first tale. The Knight
She has been married five times and had many other affairs in her youth, making her well practiced in the art of love. The Wife of Bath
Excels in fraud, carrying a bag full of fake relics The Pardoner
Stout and brawny, has a wart on his nose and a big mouth The Miller
Cares little for the Rule; his devotion is to hunting and eating. The Monk
Chaucer’s worldly described him as, has taken to accepting bribes. The Friar
He gets drunk frequently, is irritable, and is not particularly qualified for his position. The Summoner
The leader of the group, he is large, loud, and merry, although he possesses a quick temper. The Host
The only devout churchman in the company, lives in poverty, but is rich in holy thoughts and deeds. The Parson
The Knight’s son and apprentice. The Squire

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Canterbury Tales Crossword

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What color did the Wife of Bath wear? red
Being ____ represents having lots of money. fat
The color red is made from what? bugs
Feeling or showing contempt. disdainful
Who wrote the Canterbury Tales? Geoffrey Chaucer
When is the best time to go on a pilgrimage? spring
Which character had 5 husbands? wife of bath
A story within another story. frame story
The pilgrimage started at the _________ ____. tabard inn
The pilgrimage ended at the __________ ___________. canterbury cathedral
An opponent or enemy. adversary
To scold or correct, gently or out of kindness. Reprove
To be enough. Siffice
What were the characters in The Pardoners Tale looking for? death
According to The Wife of Bath's Tale, all women want _____. Mastery
What was the hosts name? harry bailey
The ____ had an oozing ulcer on his knee. cook
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote in ____ English. middle
They were going to see the Shrine of St. Thomas ______. becket
The Monk had ___ on his sleeves. fur
The Wife of Bath was a very ______ woman. plump
To satisfy or indulge. gratify
Showing careful judgement in speech and action. discreet
They were traveling to _____. Canterbury
The Prioress had ____ gray eyes. glass
The Yeoman wore a coat and hood of what color? green
The Merchant had a _____ beard. forking
A person that dyes clothes or other material. dyer
The Oxford Cleric was very _____, but life dumb. book smart
The Sergeant at the Law was an experienced _______. Lawyer
The _____ was a wealthy landowner. Franklin
The Cook made a good, thick ____. Soup
The _______ had a farmer's horse. Skipper
The Miller played the ______. Bagpipes
The ____ had carbuncles and pimples. Summoner
The Pardoner had a ____ like voice. Goat
Who came up with the idea of telling the stories? host

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Romeo And Juliet: Act 2 Crossword

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To summon into existence. Conjure
To tell a joke. Jest
Deceitful and unreliable scoundrel. Knave
A journey taken for pleasure. Jaunt
A chant used in conjuring. Invocation
Deep-seated, often mutual hatred. Enmity
To attribute or give credit. Impute
To express grief for. Lamentable
A soft, moist mass of bread, meat, or clay. poultice
To discontinue a session; to defer. prorogued
To beg. beseech
Dwelling place for monks. monastery
A priest/monk. friar
A wise saying. proverb
A nymph who yearned for Narcissus until nothing but her voice remained. echo

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The Canterbury Tales (Prologue) Word Search

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Manciple
Pardoner
Summoner
Miller
Reeve
Plowman
Parson
Priest
Scarlet Red
Deaf
Wife of Bath
Cape of Finisterre
Gothland
Doctor of Physic
Shipman
Cook
Tapiser
Dyer
Webber
Carpenter
Haberdasher
Frankelin
Sergeant of the Law
Oxenford
Clerk
Merchant
Confessional
Bald Head
Friar
Horse
Monk
Saint Eloy
Prioress
Yeoman
Lover and Lusty Bachelor
Teutonic Knights
Squire
Rain Showers
Knight
Tabard
Wife of Bathe

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The Prologue Word Search

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summoner
pardoner
manciple
miller
reeve
plowman
parson
Wife of Bath
doctor
skipper
cook
carpetmaker
weaver
carpenter
dyer
haberdasher
franklin
sergeant at law
Oxford cleric
merchant
friar
monk
three priests
nun
prioress
yeoman
squire
knight
pilgrimage
Thomas a Becket
Geoffrey Chaucer

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The Knights Tale Crossword

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Quality of a knight chivalry
Has 24 Tales, written by Geoffrey Chaucer The Canterbury Tales
Cousin of Arcite Palamon
Similar to Palamon Arcite
A Tale from the Canterbury Tales The Knights Tale
High respect honor
competition for superiority in the same field Rivalry
use of symbols to represent ideas symbolism
Duke of Athens Theseus
Where The Knight's Tale takes place Athens

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Romeo and Juliet: Act IV Crossword

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against the earlier courting of which her Lord insisted upon. LADYCAPULET
the character who gives Juliet the plan to escape her marriage. FRIARLAURENCE
A literary device. We know that Juliet isn't dead, but Bathazar does not. DRAMATICIRONY
the substance given to Juliet by Friar Laurence. SLEEPINGPOTION
previous caretaker to Juliet, character who told the Lady of her "death". NURSE
Lord Capulet called his servants "loggerheads" when going to fetch wood. PUN
major theme of the act, Juliet fakes this in order to avoid her first arranged marriage. DEATH
This Montague was the reason Juliet put her plan into motion. ROMEO
"I'd chain myself to a bear, rather than marry Paris!!" HYPERBOLE
This character's arranged marriage drives her to fake her death. PARIS
Peter and the Musicians interrupt the scene of Juliet's family grieving in a humorous way. COMICRELIEF
"Death has tied up my tongue." PERSONIFICATION
"Death lies on her like an untimely frost." SIMILE
The character who drank the sleeping potion. JULIET
Character that pushed Juliet to go through with her plan at an earlier date, due to his impatience. LORDCAPULET
Lady Capulet's nephew, who in this act was dead and caused Juliet grief. Was also hotheaded. TYBOLT

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Canterbury Tales Crossword

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The monk chose to ride on a small pony to show.. Control
Chaucer added that the knight was part of the Crusades because it was becoming... uncommon
Chaucer added that The Wife of Bath had a gap in-between her teeth because it represented... lust
The Parson is different from the Monk and Friar because he's loyal to the church and practices what he... preaches
Despite the Manciple's lack of education, it was ironic that he was in charge of getting provisions for court and college and also fed thirty... Lawyers
Although the Physician was great at helping and healing others, he was struggling in his ____ health. spiritual
In Chaucers time the work "franklin" means what? Freedom
Chaucer mentioned the sore on the cooks leg to show that they weren't... sanitary
These made merchants good money. furs
The summoner has this disease on his face. Leprosy
The Host promises to keep everyone happy, be their guide and arbiter in disputes, and ______ the tales? Judge
The Miller, a drunken, brash, and vulgar man who rudely interrupts the Host, demands that his tale be next, and warns everyone that his tale about a ______ will be vulgar because it is true? Carpenter
The Clerk, a sincere, devout student at Oxford University who loves learning and is _________ by all the pilgrims? Respected
The Shipman A huge, uncouth man who can steer a ship but______ on his horse? Flounders
Prioress has precise manners, eats as an aristocrat would, and wears a gold _____ with "Love conquers all" inscribed in Latin? Brooch
Pardoner is an intellect and uses advanced ______ means to gain his objective. Although he is not a good person, he can preach a good sermon? Psychological
The Man of Law is one of the high justices of the court. He is cautious, suspicious, and wise, and one of the more ______ men among the pilgrims? Cultivated
The Squire A vain, lusty young man and a candidate for______ he can sing, write poetry, and ride a horse very well, and considers himself a lady's man? Knighthood
The Franklin A large and wealthy landowner who enjoys fine living and good ______? Companionship
The Reeve A very old and _______ man who was once a carpenter. He resents the Miller's tale about a stupid old carpenter? Irritable

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Literary Terms Crossword

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A story with a hidden meaning Allegory
The repetition of initial consonant sounds alliteration
A reference to another work, person, etc. allusion
The opposite antonym
In time order; order of appearance Chronological
The turning point Climax
The emotional meaning attached to a word Connotation
The passage surrounding a word or idea context
A two line stanza Couplet
The dictionary definition Denotation
The resolution; ending of the story Denouement
Regional speech patterns Dialect
Characters are directly described by the author Direct Characterization
The readers knows what is going to occur, but not the characters DramaticIrony
The beginning of the story Exposition
A metaphor that is extended throughout the work Extendedmetaphor
A story that contains a moral Fable
Events leading to the resolution Falling Action
Language not meant to be taken literally Figurative
Narrator is a character First Person
A reference to an earlier happening Flashback
Giving hints of events to come Foreshadowing
Extreme exaggeration Hyperbole
A phrase that does not make literal sense Idiom
Character traits are shown by actions Indirect characterization
A difference between what is expected and what actually occurs Irony
A story that has been passed down Legend
A short, funny Irish poem Limerick
The point the author is trying to convey Main Idea

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