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Chapter 22

1. irreverent - without due respect; disrespectful; flippant 2. fabricated - invented; made up 3. exorbitant - highly excessive

Chapter 23
1. repellent - causing distaste or aversion; repulsive 2. peevish - showing annoyance, irritation, or bad mood 3. exasperation - irritation; extreme annoyance 4. extricate - to free or release from entanglement; rescue, deliver, save, recover

Chapter 24
1. dissonant - disagreeing or harsh in sound; out of harmony 2. intersperse - to scatter here and there or place at intervals among other things

Chapter 25
1. callous - insensitive; indifferent; unsympathetic 2. tourniquet - any device for arresting bleeding by forcibly compressing a blood vessel, as a bandage tightened by twisting

Chapter 26
1. benign - having a kindly disposition; gracious; showing or expressive of gentleness or kindness

Chapter 27
1. insidious - intended to entrap or beguile; treacherous or deceitful 2. segue - to make a transition from one thing to another smoothly and without interruption

Vocabulary Crossword Ch.1 - 5

Vocabulary Crossword Ch. 1 - 5 Clues


Across 1. to disagree with or reject an authority 2. person who saves or rescues 3. the practice of conducting or engaging in a racket 4. persistent or stubborn 6. intestines 7. a short, heavy club 8. strikingly bold or brilliant; showy 10. the quality or state of being impressive or awesome 11. staring stupidly 18. means of sustaining life; nourishment 19. conduct; behavior 20. pharmacist 21. to stir, encourage, or urge on; stimulate to action 22. unbeatable; impossible to overcome 23. to gather or take 24. allow; permit; approve 26. payment Down 1. awful; deserving to be despised 5. destroy completely 9. the state of being completely forgotten or unknown 12. full of bumps or knots 13. an unpleasant, difficult, or dangerous situation 14. long for or crave 15. enthusiasm or vigor 16. utterly foolish; absurd; senseless 17. something that is a source of honor, fame, or admiration 23. deep sorrow or regret 25. weakened by old age; worn out 27. like a maniac

Vocabulary Word Search Ch. 6-10


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PROVOCATIVE RUMINATE SMOLDER SOLITARY STALK SULLEN SURLY TRAITOR

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