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Canterbury Tales Vocabulary

Across
not able to be trusted or very dangerous and difficult to deal with
the process of enjoying oneself with others, especially by dancing and drinking
to make or do something the same way as (something else)
lasting or continuing for a very long time or forever
Neither
making or trying to make someone believe something that is not true
clever in a dishonest way
a person who is in charge of or takes care of something
being, living, or going alone or without companions
to make (the eyes) sore or watery
very interesting or appealing
a container that is used for pouring material (such as grain or coal) into a machine or opening
a unit of dry measure equal to 2 pecks (17.6 liters)
an area of soft, wet land that has many grasses and other plants
a wild and noisy celebration
Down
pleased and satisfied/ not needing more
having extraordinary often overwhelming size or having the qualities or appearance of a monster
untidy especially in personal appearance
having a just or legally established claim
one that is young
to put into good shape or working order again
The people who were in someone's family in past times
a sweeping and destructive conflagration especially in a wilderness or a rural area
a rope or chain that is used to tie an animal to a post, wall, etc., so that it will stay in a particular area
afraid or nervous especially about what may happen
confused clattering noise
to move about violently or to hit (someone or something) very hard with a stick, whip, etc.
a brief popular saying that gives advice about how people should live or that expresses a belief that is generally thought to be true