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  • Common Core alignment to a Definition Match puzzle is to the key phrase "Precise Meaning".
    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
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    The Crucible Definition Match --

    Directions: MATCH The Crucible word list with its vocabulary definition. Use the pull down menu bar to select the letter match for the The Crucible vocabulary puzzle.
    When you hit "Submit," you will get back the correct The Crucible definition match answers, a sentence and percentage score for correct answers.
    Clue: In addition to this The Crucible definition match activity with a list of 18 vocabulary words, also provides The Crucible Fill-in-the-Blank word game and an Interactive Word Puzzle.
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    Word List
    1) Resurge
    2) Orthodox
    3) Hypocrite
    4) Providence
    5) Dogmatic
    6) Contentious
    7) Apparition
    8) Innate
    9) Deposition
    10) Exalt
    11) Abrogate
    12) Indigenous
    13) Autocrat
    14) Ingratiate
    15) Credulous
    16) Predilection
    17) Vindictive
    18) Conspiracy
    Definition List
    A)  to end or cancel formally or officially; to fail to do what is required (verb)
    B)  a ghost or spirit of a dead person; something making a strange appearance (noun)
    C)  a person who rules with unlimited influence and total power (noun)
    D)  a plotting together; a secret plan to do something harmful or illegal (noun)
    E)  likely or willing to cause arguments or quarrels; stirring disputes or controversy (adj.)
    F)  easily fooled or cheated; believing on slight evidence; gullible (adj.)
    G)  written or formal testimony under oath; the leaving of something on a surface over time; removal from office or position (noun)
    H)  strongly or arrogantly asserting personal opinions or beliefs (adj.)
    I)  to praise or extol; to raise to a higher level; to present something favorably (verb)
    J)  someone who professes approved beliefs but is insincere (noun)
    K)  native or characteristic of a region, environment or country (adj.)
    L)  to establish oneself in good favor with others (neg.) (verb)
    M)  existing from birth; occurring as part of the basic nature of something (adj.)
    N)  conforming to established doctrine, philosophy or standards: conventional; accepted as correct by most people (adj.)
    O)  a partiality or preference; a tendency to do or be attracted to something (noun)
    P)  God or fate thought of as the guide and protector in life (cap. noun)
    Q)  a repeated sudden wavelike forward movement; to increase again in growth (verb)
    R)  disposed to revenge; spiteful; willing to hurt someone who has caused problems (adj.)