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Brockmann



School:St. Paul Lutheran
Location:West Point
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Stingray Chaser

Free stingrays and remove harmful algae from the ocean. After removing enough debris from the stingrays, you will be asked to select the correct answer to continue.




Pinball

Vocabulary Pinball Click on the red flipper buttons to keep the ball in play. Try to hit all of the letters with the ball to spell a word. Next, choose the correct definition for the word. A correct answer gives a free ball and an incorrect takes a ball away. Hold down and release the green button to launch the ball! Try all of the lists or register to make your own!




Word Find

Play the classic Word Search and find game.




Word Scramble - Words Only

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Hangman

Play hangman with your words. Guess letters to form words from the lists that are added by people just like you! Practice your classroom lists.




List Content

Bronze Bow

  • queer -- weird
  • catapult -- device for throwing heavy things
  • garrison -- military post
  • mutton -- cooked meat from a sheep
  • envious -- jealous

bronze bow 10

  • perish -- to pass away completely
  • conscience -- a ware of a fact or feeling
  • forelocks -- a lock of hair growing from your head
  • puny -- of inferior size,strength,or importance
  • tattered -- a tourn and hanging piece of a garment
  • blasphemy -- to speak or talk to with disrespect
  • confidence -- courage
  • betrothed -- engaged to be married
  • headless -- to pay close attention
  • downcast -- being in a state of lowered

bronze bow 16

  • conscience -- inner sense of what is right and wrong
  • disdain -- feeling scorn
  • merriment -- fun
  • despaired -- loss of hope
  • frivolous -- of little importance
  • aloof -- at a distance
  • blashpemy -- speaking against a religion
  • dignity -- honor
  • dourly -- being sturn
  • heedless -- to not pay attention

bronze bow 5

  • puny -- slight or lesser in power size or importance
  • vengeance -- the return of an injury for one injury
  • treacherously -- giving a false appearance
  • frivous -- of little importance
  • conceal -- to keep a secret
  • gravely -- in a slow solemn manner
  • baffled -- to perplex completly
  • soberly -- having a serious attitude
  • tattered -- torn and hanging piece
  • dourly -- looking or being stern

Bronze Bow 9

  • hunderedfold -- a hundered times as much or as many
  • puny -- of inferior size,strength,or importance
  • vengeance -- the return of an injury for an injury as in retribution; revenge
  • heedless -- to pay close attention(to)
  • reckoned -- to count; compute
  • betrothed -- engaged to be married
  • blasphemy -- profane speech, writing,or action cocerning God or sacred things
  • baffled -- to perplex completely; bewilder
  • scribes -- a writer
  • tattered -- a torn and hanging piece of a garment

the bronze bow

  • heedless -- paying little or no attention to
  • merriment -- hilarity
  • groveling -- demeaning manner to cringe to
  • betrothed -- to promise to give in marriage
  • frivolous -- unworthy of serious attention
  • aloof -- disant in one's relations with one another
  • jibes -- to agree, be in accord
  • pious -- exhibiting reverence and earnest
  • coyly -- shy,demure,modesty
  • intermittent -- stopping and starting at intervals

The Bronze Bow #2

  • dismay -- to cause ro lose courage
  • disdain -- to look with scorn
  • frivrolous -- look in seriousness
  • soberly -- sparing especialy in the use of food and drink
  • debt -- something owned to another
  • amend -- catkin
  • saucer -- a small round shallow dish in whitch a cup is set
  • despair -- to lose all hope
  • burden -- a main idea
  • impulsive -- acting or tending

The Bronze Bow (14)

  • torment -- a source of vexation or pain
  • groped -- to seek by
  • dignity -- the quality or state of being worthy, hornor, or esteemed
  • merriment -- a lively celebration or partty
  • cockle -- any of several weedy plants of the pink family
  • pious -- marked by or showing reverence for deity and devotion to devine worship
  • frivolous -- of little weight or importance
  • aloof -- at a distance
  • jibes -- to shift suddenly and forcibly from one side to the other
  • disdain -- a feeling of contempt for someone or something regarded as unworthy or inferior

The Bronze Bow (18)

  • frivolous -- not important or serious
  • preoccupation -- occupy the attention of
  • hobble -- to walk lamely or awkwardly
  • Pious -- hard working in religious practices
  • instinctive -- natural talent
  • dignity -- quality or state of being worthy or honored
  • treacherouly -- disloyal or dangerous
  • merriment -- full of high spirits
  • rigid -- lacking flexibility
  • obstructed -- to block or stop

The Bronze Bow 1

  • coyly -- shy or modest
  • pious -- having or showing a dutiful spirit of reverence
  • jibes -- to shift one side to the other when running before the wind
  • groveling -- to humble oneself
  • gaily -- joyfully
  • betrothed -- engaged to be married
  • forelocks -- the lock of hair that grows from the fore part of the head
  • merriment -- cheerful or laughter
  • frivolous -- characterized by lack of seriousness or sense
  • dourly -- sullen or gloomy

the bronze bow 12

  • blasphemy -- a great disrepect to god or sacred persons
  • dourly -- looking or being stern or sulen
  • jostled -- being pushed roughly
  • homespun -- not wordly
  • conferring -- to give or grantpublicly
  • forge -- a workshop where metal is heated and shaped
  • forelocks -- a lock of hair growing from the front of the head
  • merriment -- full of fun
  • betrothed -- the person who is one betrothed
  • frivolous -- of little importance
  • aloof -- at a distance
  • jested -- a playful mood or manner

The Bronze Bow 15

  • errand -- a short trip to do or get something
  • disdain -- to scorn someone
  • gaily -- in a merry or lively way
  • blasphemy -- great disrespact torwad a god
  • vengeance -- a punishment given in return for an injury
  • dourly -- being stern
  • groped -- to seek by
  • heedless -- to not to pay attention
  • frivoious -- little of importance
  • merriment -- fun

The Bronze Bow 17

  • jibes -- an aggressive remark intended to have a telling effect
  • merriment -- activities that are enjoyable or amusing
  • scowl -- a facial expression dislike or displeasure
  • intermittent -- stopping and starting at irregular intervals
  • frivolous -- not serious in content in attitude or behavior
  • aloof -- remote in manner
  • groveling -- totally submissive
  • dignity -- the quslity of being worthy of esteem or respect
  • coyly -- in a coy manner
  • cockle -- to stir up

the bronze bow 4

  • heedless -- paying little or no attention to
  • gaily -- in a joyful,cheerful,or happy manner; merrily
  • groveling -- to humble oneself in a servile or demeaning manner; to cringe
  • betrothed -- to promise to give in marriage
  • pious -- marked by false devoutness; solemnly hypocritical
  • coyly -- shy and demure; retiring
  • jibes -- to agree or be in accord
  • frivolous -- unworthy of serious attention;insignificant
  • merriment -- gay conviviality; hilarity
  • intermittent -- stopping and starting at intervals

The Bronze Bow 44

  • Apprentice -- a person learning a trade
  • Gravely -- serious or solemn
  • Perish -- to die
  • Jagged -- having ragged notches
  • Accomplish -- to complete succesfully
  • Slumber -- to sleep
  • Dismay -- to surprise and discourage
  • Despise -- to scorn or hate
  • Furious -- anger, violence
  • Jibes -- to be in harmony

The bronze bow 6

  • longed -- To feel a strong desire for something.
  • despaired -- to lose all hope or confidence.
  • Scowling -- to make a frowning expression of displeasure.
  • frivolous -- of little importance.
  • clasped -- to fasten with areas if with a clasp.
  • vengance -- punishment given in return for an injury or offense.
  • Pious -- having or shawing love for deity.
  • Atonement -- The return to a stste of love and harmony between God and human beings through the death of Jesus Christ.
  • obstructed -- to close up by an obstacle.
  • radiant -- giving out or reflecting light.

The Bronze Bow 8

  • Jagged -- having ragged notches
  • Slumber -- to sleep
  • Dismay -- to surprise and discourage
  • Furious -- anger, violence
  • Jibes -- to be in harmony
  • Apprentice -- a person learning a trade
  • Perish -- to die

The Bronze Bow11

  • steward -- a person in charge of food and supplies
  • frivolous -- self indulgent and carefree
  • gaily -- merrily
  • coyly -- pretending to be shy or embarresed
  • vengence -- to an extreme disagree
  • aloof -- at a distance
  • jested -- to joke
  • blasphemy -- speech or action concerning sacred things
  • dourly -- sullen;gloom
  • jostled -- to push or shove rudely

The Bronze Bow3

  • pious -- having or showing love for diety
  • coyly -- bashful:shy
  • torment -- to cause severe suffering
  • dignity -- of high rank:office or positon
  • frivolous -- of little importance
  • sheen -- a bright or shinig condition
  • jibes -- to shift suddenly from one side to the other
  • disdain -- to look with scorn on
  • merriment -- mirth:fun
  • groveling -- to humble one's self

The bronze bow7

  • burden -- something carried
  • dourly -- being stern
  • puny -- small in size
  • tattered -- wearing ragged clothes
  • baffled -- to defeat by confusion
  • frivilous -- of little importance
  • vengeance -- punishment given in return
  • heedless -- to pay attention
  • disdain -- a feeling of scorn
  • conceal -- to keep secret
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