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Jump Ship To Freedom Vocabulary Review Puzzle B

Across
at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane
a small boat used to get from the main vessel to shore
to change direction clockwise
the people that move the plot along and the reason that many readers stay with a story.
compares two things using like or as
when words, symbols, themes or other parts of the story are used more than once
how the reader feels about the text while reading
front part of a vessel or aircraft
The basic framework of our government.
Someone against violence to settle argument/dispute.
Judging a person or thing before you have learned about them.
To accept being friends with someone.
type of phrase where the meanings cannot be inferred by the literal meaning of the words
is the person who tells the story
A person who runs away after doing a crime.
Down
causing others to feel ashamed
A restraint like handcuffs that are used today by police officers/cops.
front part of a vessel or aircraft
container for storing or holding liquids
any of various floor-like platforms built into a vessel
a linear unit of measurement (equal to 6 feet) for water depth
To settle an argument between two groups or two people.
a physical object that represents an abstraction
words used that often mean something different or the opposite of what they mean
this is where the story takes place in time and location
going or intending to go
words used to express how the author feels about the text
these are the events in the story from the beginning until the end
Not allow; antonym of privilege
pier
a two-masted ship with square sails