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Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration: Open

Watership Down (Watership Down, #1) by Richard Adams

Welcome to part two of the Watership Down word search challenge! Please Note: You may not use this book for this challenge.

The Challenge: Below is a list of 35 words to find. They can only be found within the text of a book - no covers, titles or authors. For each word found, you will need to provide the book title, the page or location number, the sentence containing the word, and the date you finished reading your book.

There is no limit on the number of words found per book.

Words must match exactly. No substitutions, please.

This is an open-ended challenge.

WORDS:
1. Acquiescence
2. Adroit
3. Appraisal
4. Bedraggled
5. Blithe
6. Candid
7. Concourse
8. Evasive
9. Flaccid
10. Foliage
11. Frond
12. Gregarious
13. Impiety
14. Indolence
15. Intermittent
16. Iridescent
17. Lacerate
18. Larder
19. Lassitude
20. Melancholy
21. Muster
22. Opulent
23. Overwrought
24. Pensive
25. Plausible
26. Reciprocal
27. Reconnaissance
28. Redolent
29. Scrabble
30. Staunch
31. Taut
32. Torpid
33. Tussock
34. Urbane
35. Vagabond

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Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration: Open

35/35

Started 7.28.20 Finished:

Books Read: Fall of a Cosmonaut, The Three Kings of Cologne, NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity, The Serpent and the Scorpion, Miss Silver Comes to Stay, Many Rivers to CrossThe Treacherous Net The Street Sweeper The Lair of the White FoxHunting Game The Book Thief The Sisters Weiss and more!

WORDS:

1. Acquiescence - The Serpent and the Scorpion by Clare Langley-Hawthorne 8.2.20

2. Adroit - “extremely adroit London solicitor” p 199 Clutch of Constables by Ngaio Marsh 10.9.20

3. Appraisal - “Eager to solicit his appraisal of their work” p.25 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

4. Bedraggled - “My bedraggled appearance” p. 246 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

5. Blithe- “continued in the same, blithe confiding way” p. 264 The Veiled Oneby Ruth Rendell 10.23.20

6. Candid - “Park offered a candid portrait of life” p.6 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

7. Concourse - “I was on the wrong side of the concourse” p. 254 The Treacherous Net by Helene Tursten 8.9.20

8. Evasive - “Jack had been evasive” p. 183 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

9. Flaccid - – “muscular strength has been debauched into flaccid tallow” p. 5 The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O'Neill 9.8.20

10. Foliage - “crowded now with foliage” p. 128 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

11. Frond - “used a stick to lift up the hanging fronds…” p. 332 Many Rivers to Cross by Peter Robinson 8.8.20

12. Gregarious - “engaged a gregarious…” p. 278 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity Steve Silberman 7.31.20

13. Impiety- “a sign of impiety” p. 25 The Sisters Weiss by Naomi Ragen 8.28.20

14. Indolence - “foreigners’ strictures on the indolence of the English.” P. 188 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20


15. Intermittent - “the intermittent thuds of picks and spades” p. 137 The Three Kings of Cologne and Kate Sedley 7.29.20

16. Iridescent - “despite the iridescent fear…” p. 199 The Book Thief by Markus Zusak 8.16.20

17. Lacerate - “her torso and legs, lacerated and bleeding” p. 508 The Street Sweeper by Elliot Perlman 8.12.20

18. Larder - “armed with a larder full of Russian weapons” p. 7 Mitla Pass by Leon Uris 8.25.20

19. Lassitude - “the lassitude that seizes you” p. 101 Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert 11.18.20

20. Melancholy - “Melancholy and quite beautiful.” P. 172 Fall of a Cosmonaut by Stuart Kaminsky 7.30.20

21. Muster “therapeutic efforts his colleagues could muster” p.173 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

22. Opulent “any trace of these opulent homes had long gone” p. 44 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.31.20

23. Overwrought - “fandom at its most messianic and overwrought” p. 239 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of NeurodiversitySteve Silberman 7.31.20

24. Pensive - “chewing her bottom lip and looking pensive” p. 210 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.31.20

25. Plausible - “And you find that plausible? “ p. 177 Fall of a Cosmonaut by Stuart Kaminsky 7.30.20

26. Reciprocal - “insensitive to the rhythm of reciprocal interaction” p. 94 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

27. Reconnaissance - “fighter from a reconnaissance troop” p. 161 To Know a Woman by Amos Oz 8.30.20

28. Redolent - “the air was redolent of a number of different smells” p. 11 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

29. Scrabble - “consisted of playing Ping Pong, Scrabble and other games “ p. 369 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

30. Staunch - “Her staunch defence of her suffragette friend Winifred” p. 8 The Serpent and the Scorpion by Clare Langley-Hawthorne 8.5.20

31. Taut “every muscle taut, eyes blazing” p. 79 Miss Silver Comes to Stay by Patricia Wentworth 8.5.20

32. Torpid “wallowed in torpid ignorance” p. 60 Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert 11.18.20

33. Tussock - “could see the tussock grass” p. 54 The Secret River by Kate Grenville 10.27.20

34. Urbane -“ a hit here at this fancy shop, Urbane” Loc 3807 Shadows in Death by J.D. Robb 10.14.20

35. Vagabond - –“prey to all the vagabonds…” p. 274 The Green Man by Kate Sedley 9.26.20


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You are very welcome, Denise! I know this is your favorite.

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KarenK2 (kaykaykay60) | 136 comments Done! Found all of the words

Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration: 7/28/20 to 1/24/21

WORDS:
1. Acquiescence .. with a trace of acquiescence .. The End of the Day loc 149

2. Adroit .. she wasn't all that strong but she was adroit .. The Crazyladies of Pearl Street pg 17

3. Appraisal .. an appraisal of her collection .. The Forger's Daughter loc 614

4. Bedraggled .. the sight of the bedraggled animal .. The Brief and True Report of Temperance Flowerdew loc 2020

5. Blithe .. parents courtship as a blithe romance .. The Sisters pg 220

6. Candid .. surprised by his candid admiration .. The Forger's Daughter loc 338

7. Concourse .. raced across the crowded concourse .. Magic Hour pg 51

8. Evasive .. you were preoccupied, so anxious, evasive .. The Forger's Daughter loc 2461

9. Flaccid .. as flaccid as strips of flannel cloth .. The Life and Times of Persimmon Wilson pg 364

10. Foliage .. with flowers, foliage and birds .. The Deadly Hours loc 3455

11. Frond .. the lacy frond flutter in the breeze .. Magic Hour pg 535

12. Gregarious .. beloved, gregarious, larger-than-life family .. Magic Hour pg 75

13. Impiety .. does not this smack of filial impiety? .. Peony pg 254

14. Indolence .. for his years of indolence and his control .. The Last Sailor loc 3182

15. Intermittent .. function at intermittent random movements .. The Deadly Hours loc 3317

16. Iridescent .. the water was oily and iridescent .. This Tender Land loc 5729

17. Lacerate .. they would lacerate your tongue .. The Crazyladies of Pearl Street pg 124

18. Larder .. the cover of a small larder .. This Tender Land loc 2264

19. Lassitude .. a nerveless helpless lassitude .. The Abstainer loc 3208

20. Melancholy .. disguise an air of melancholy .. The Deadly Hours loc 3525

21. Muster .. all the feeling his hatred could muster .. The Deadly Hours loc 1359

22. Opulent .. at our town house in opulent New Town .. The Deadly Hours loc 1405

23. Overwrought .. my exhausted overwrought mind playing tricks .. Reviving the Hawthorn Sisters loc 4091

24. Pensive .. how pensive Nicole seemed .. The Forger's Daughter loc 2214

25. Plausible .. everything he said was plausible .. The Life and Times of Persimmon Wilson pg 316

26. Reciprocal .. she ascribed reciprocal feelings .. The Crazyladies of Pearl Street pg 343

27. Reconnaissance .. time spent on reconnaissance is seldom wasted .. Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less pg 232

28. Redolent .. redolent of an odd fusion .. The Forger's Daughter loc 1573

29. Scrabble .. Cal and Ellie are here playing Scrabble .. Magic Hour pg 397

30. Staunch .. acting as a staunch defender of victims .. The Paper Daughters of Chinatown loc 3410

31. Taut .. her skin stretched taut .. The Deadly Hours loc 1752

32. Torpid .. as fat and torpid as a seal .. Snow loc 1092

33. Tussock .. areas of yellow-brown tussock grass .. Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage pg 244

34. Urbane .. a charming and urbane man .. The Orphan of Cemetery Hill 8/12/20 2.75☆

35. Vagabond .. what's a vagabond, Emmy asked .. This Tender Land loc 3737


The Deadly Hours by Susanna Kearsley 7/29/20 2☆ The Sisters by Nancy Jensen 8/1/20 3☆ This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger 8/3/20 5☆
The Paper Daughters of Chinatown by Heather B. Moore 8/6/20 3☆ The Forger's Daughter by Bradford Morrow 8/9/20 2☆ The Life and Times of Persimmon Wilson by Nancy Peacock 8/11/20 3.5☆ The Orphan of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox 8/12/20 2.75☆ The Crazyladies of Pearl Street by Trevanian 8/15/20 Magic Hour by Kristin Hannah 8/19/20 3☆
The End of the Day by Bill Clegg 8/24/20 2☆ The Brief and True Report of Temperance Flowerdew by Denise Heinze 8/27/20 4☆ Snow (St. John Strafford, #1) by John Banville 9/3/20 3.25☆
Reviving the Hawthorn Sisters by Emily Carpenter 9/13/20 2.75☆ The Abstainer by Ian McGuire 9/20/20 2.75☆ Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less by Jeffrey Archer 9/23/20 3☆
The Last Sailor by Sarah Anne Johnson 10/5/20 2☆ Endurance Shackleton's Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing 10/25/20 4.5☆ Peony by Pearl S. Buck 1/24/21 2.5☆


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Flaccid
Indolence
Lacerate
Lassitude
Reciprocal
Torpid




A Fatal Fabergé adams 8/27/20
FOLIAGE p. 66 . . . saw a sign in the foliage pointing to. . .
APPRAISAL p. 87 . . . set things up for the appraisal.

Murder in Waiting cahoon 8/31/20
PLAUSIBLE p. 37 Plausible deniability is a valid excuse. . .

Private Justice blackstock 8/29/20
OPULENT - audio chapter 62@1:52 . . .when she decided she needed something a little more opulent.

The Inner Circle meltzer 9/3/20
MUSTER P. 158 I couldn't muster a single syllable.

Death by Vanilla Latte erickson 9/7/20
MELANCHOLY p. 78. . . some of my melancholy coming back.

Death by Espresso erickson 10/11/20
BEDRAGGLED p. 61 She looked bedraggled, as if someone had . . .
CANDID p. 104 Some were headshots. Others candid.
SCRABBLE p. 207 . . . as if we'd just sit around and play Scrabble.

The Winter People whitney 9/17/20
IRIDESCENT p. 115 . . . hol!ow ball of iridescent greenish glass

Tidewater Inn coble 9/18/20
FROND. Audio chapter 12@1:09 After she had collected every frond on the island. . .

Spindrift whitney 9/28/20
EVASIVE p 80 . . .seen us go. I had to be evasive
OVERWROUGHT p. 112 . . . a tense and nervous excitement-too overwrought.

Living Lies walters 10/4/20
RECONNAISSANCE AUDIOBOOK CHAP.2@36:38. convenience had nothing to do with it....strategic reconnaisance.

All the Pretty Hearses daheim 10/8/20
CONCOURSE p.185 . .got hot dogs and ate tbem ln the concoursse.
TAUT p. 185 Addison's expression suddenly grew taut.
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Live and Let Pie alexander AUDIOBOOK 10/20/20
VAGABOND chapter 13 @ 2:45 The kind of vagabond we usually had around here. . .

A Deadly Cliché adams AUDIOBOOK 10/21/20
REDOLENT chapter 6 @19:28. . . . Room redolent with the scent of furniture polish and. . .

Murder at the Arts and Crafts Festival gardner 10/26/20
ACQUIESENCE p .56 . . .grunted in what might have been acquiescence.

Murder in the First Edition elliott 10/31/20
PENSIVE p. 137 . . oblivious to Marc's pensive posture, dropped . . .

Proof of Murder elliot 11/2/20
INTERMITTENT p. 15 . . . overhead chandelier and the intermittent beams of sunlight streaming . . .
STAUNCH p. 145 Ryley remained staunch, but the slight reddening. . .Death

Little Fires EverywhereCeleste Ng AUDIOBOOK 11/11/20
GREGARIOUS chapter 19 @10:52. . . .seemed less effervescent; less gregarious than before

The Quicksilver Pool whitney 11/30/20
LARDER p. 92. . .could eke out rations when the larder was low. 11/29/20

Portrait of a Murderer Anne Meredith 12/2/20
URBANE p. 16 . . . was cultured, urbane,and well-known amateur pianist.

The Underdog and Other Stories Agatha ChristieChristie 12/10/20
ADROIT p. 12 She was very adroit- oh, very adroit- but. . .

The Leper of St. GilesEllis Peters 12/16/20
BLITHE p. 134 . . . .made a blithe farewell to his playmate.

The Lying GameRuth Ware AUDIOBOOK 1/18/21
Part 4 @ 3:24:32.
TUSSOCK you can use this tussock of grass to jump the ditch

The Beckoning LadyMargery Allingham
IMPIETY p. 108 "Oh my God", said Millie without impiety.


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Ed Lehman | 2222 comments *****COMPLETED 3/4/22***** last word= "indolence"

Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration: Open
Starting 8/28/20

35/35

WORDS:
✔1. Acquiescence-p.12- The Uttermost Farthing-"...what his acquiescence had cost him." 5/4/21
✔2. Adroit-p.222-Orange Crush-"The adroit demonstration caught the attention of several customers." 12/12/20
✔3. Appraisal-p.648- A Suitable Boy-"Her own appraisal of it was both modest and just." 11/29/20
✔4. Bedraggled-p.40-Ask the Cards a Question-"...she had emerged from the marriage bedraggled..." 11/30/20
✔5. Blithe-p.218-The Call of the Weird: Travels in American Subcultures-"His blithe assertion that success is a state of mind..." 12/4/20
✔6. Candid-p.151- Goldfinger-"There was no melting of the candid blue eyes." 9/13/20
✔7. Concourse-p.152-"...I suddenly came upon a huge concourse of Leaf fish." 9/7/20
✔8. Evasive-p.20- Goldfinger-"Evasive sort of fellow." 9/9/20
✔9. Flaccid-p.144- 2001: A Space Odyssey-"There was no mistaking the flaccid outlines of a suit..." 9/25/20
✔10. Foliage-p.57- Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man-"On either side of the steps was more extravagant foliage..." 10/20/20
✔11. Frond-loc. 1455-Kindle edition of San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...branches remain quite bare rising to the sky only a few fronds unachievable." 8/31/20
✔12. Gregarious-p.224-The Island of South Georgia-"...Fur seals are...polygamous and gregarious..." 11/17/20
✔13. Impiety-p.106-The Sea-"It would be an impiety against God to believe him." 4/19/21
✔14. Indolence-p.110-Clea-I believe the artists are composed of vanity, indolence and self-regard." 3/4/22
✔15. Intermittent- loc. 1694 of Kindle edition of - San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"Sick of intermittent fevers that can no longer work..." 9/1/20
✔16. Iridescent-loc. 273 of Kindle edition of - San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...and buys a new dress 'cotton to squares', with iridescent background..." 8/29/20
✔17. Lacerate-p.158- Golden Bats & Pink Pigeons-"...and allow the fan to lacerate or blind one." 9/7/20
✔18. Larder-p.244-A Murder Is Announced-"...then I think I see a shadow by the larder door..." 1/2/21
✔19. Lassitude-p.105- Our Lady of the Flowers-"...so that death may issue irremediably from their decision or their lassitude." 12/16/20
✔20. Melancholy-p.56-Waverley-"...deeply affected by that which was melancholy, and transported..." 11/2/20
✔21. Muster-p.18- Poirot Investigates-"...a gentleman, so like him in appearance as to pass muster, entered..." 9/16/20
✔22. Opulent-p. 309- Sodom and Gomorrah-"...with simple fabrics in place of their own opulent plush..." 4/13/21
✔23. Overwrought-p.48- Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist-"I AM NOT OVERWROUGHT!" 12/1/20
✔24. Pensive-p.27- The Man Who Died-"He looks pensive." 10/13/20
✔25. Plausible-p.160-Openly Bob-"I wasn't sure if that was the correct reason but it sounded fairly plausible." 12/5/20
✔26. Reciprocal-p.60- Waverley-"...and sometimes also by reciprocal communications, which interested Mr. Bradwardine..." 11/21/20
✔27. Reconnaissance-loc. 487-Kindle edition of- San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...after the reconnaissance the Patron Saint solemnly go back to his home..." 8/29/20
✔28. Redolent-p.112- Golden Bats & Pink Pigeons-"The whole forest smelled warm and as redolent as a fruitcake..." 9/7/20
✔29. Scrabble-p.287- Around the World in 50 Years: My Adventure to Every Country on Earth-"This was exacerbated by the hard scrabble situation of millions of Africans..." 12/14/20
✔30. Staunch-p.31- The River Between-"Joshua was such a staunch man of God..." 1/22/21
✔31. Taut-p.14-Hard Rain-"...but inside there runs a taut steel wire, as if..." 9/4/20
✔32. Torpid-p.302- Around the World in 50 Years: My Adventure to Every Country on Earth-"...while that of the Saudi is so torpid and enervating..." 1/7/21
✔33. Tussock -p.54- The Island of South Georgia-"Fur seals tend to kill and erode tussac grass near the beaches by 'nesting' in large tussocks." 11/6/20
✔34. Urbane-p.167- A Separate Peace-"...in Mr. Carhart's urbane murmur, ;Let us pray.'" 10/6/20
✔35. Vagabond-loc. 247-Kindle edition of San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...to the hungry that are banished like thieves and vagabonds." 8/29/20


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Denise | 385 comments Finished

Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration: Open

35/35

Started 7.28.20 Finished: November 18, 20

Books Read: Fall of a Cosmonaut, The Three Kings of Cologne, NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity, The Serpent and the Scorpion, Miss Silver Comes to Stay, Many Rivers to CrossThe Treacherous Net The Street Sweeper The Lair of the White FoxHunting Game The Book Thief The Sisters Weiss and more!

WORDS:

1. Acquiescence - The Serpent and the Scorpion by Clare Langley-Hawthorne 8.2.20

2. Adroit - “extremely adroit London solicitor” p 199 Clutch of Constables by Ngaio Marsh 10.9.20

3. Appraisal - “Eager to solicit his appraisal of their work” p.25 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

4. Bedraggled - “My bedraggled appearance” p. 246 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

5. Blithe- “continued in the same, blithe confiding way” p. 264 The Veiled Oneby Ruth Rendell 10.23.20

6. Candid - “Park offered a candid portrait of life” p.6 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

7. Concourse - “I was on the wrong side of the concourse” p. 254 The Treacherous Net by Helene Tursten 8.9.20

8. Evasive - “Jack had been evasive” p. 183 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

9. Flaccid - – “muscular strength has been debauched into flaccid tallow” p. 5 The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O'Neill 9.8.20

10. Foliage - “crowded now with foliage” p. 128 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

11. Frond - “used a stick to lift up the hanging fronds…” p. 332 Many Rivers to Cross by Peter Robinson 8.8.20

12. Gregarious - “engaged a gregarious…” p. 278 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity Steve Silberman 7.31.20

13. Impiety- “a sign of impiety” p. 25 The Sisters Weiss by Naomi Ragen 8.28.20

14. Indolence - “foreigners’ strictures on the indolence of the English.” P. 188 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20


15. Intermittent - “the intermittent thuds of picks and spades” p. 137 The Three Kings of Cologne and Kate Sedley 7.29.20

16. Iridescent - “despite the iridescent fear…” p. 199 The Book Thief by Markus Zusak 8.16.20

17. Lacerate - “her torso and legs, lacerated and bleeding” p. 508 The Street Sweeper by Elliot Perlman 8.12.20

18. Larder - “armed with a larder full of Russian weapons” p. 7 Mitla Pass by Leon Uris 8.25.20

19. Lassitude - “the lassitude that seizes you” p. 101 Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert 11.18.20

20. Melancholy - “Melancholy and quite beautiful.” P. 172 Fall of a Cosmonaut by Stuart Kaminsky 7.30.20

21. Muster “therapeutic efforts his colleagues could muster” p.173 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

22. Opulent “any trace of these opulent homes had long gone” p. 44 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.31.20

23. Overwrought - “fandom at its most messianic and overwrought” p. 239 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of NeurodiversitySteve Silberman 7.31.20

24. Pensive - “chewing her bottom lip and looking pensive” p. 210 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.31.20

25. Plausible - “And you find that plausible? “ p. 177 Fall of a Cosmonaut by Stuart Kaminsky 7.30.20

26. Reciprocal - “insensitive to the rhythm of reciprocal interaction” p. 94 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

27. Reconnaissance - “fighter from a reconnaissance troop” p. 161 To Know a Woman by Amos Oz 8.30.20

28. Redolent - “the air was redolent of a number of different smells” p. 11 The Three Kings of Cologne by Kate Sedley 7.29.20

29. Scrabble - “consisted of playing Ping Pong, Scrabble and other games “ p. 369 NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman 7.31.20

30. Staunch - “Her staunch defence of her suffragette friend Winifred” p. 8 The Serpent and the Scorpion by Clare Langley-Hawthorne 8.5.20

31. Taut “every muscle taut, eyes blazing” p. 79 Miss Silver Comes to Stay by Patricia Wentworth 8.5.20

32. Torpid “wallowed in torpid ignorance” p. 60 Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert 11.18.20

33. Tussock - “could see the tussock grass” p. 54 The Secret River by Kate Grenville 10.27.20

34. Urbane -“ a hit here at this fancy shop, Urbane” Loc 3807 Shadows in Death by J.D. Robb 10.14.20

35. Vagabond - –“prey to all the vagabonds…” p. 274 The Green Man by Kate Sedley 9.26.20


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Well done, Denise!


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Denise | 385 comments jingles wrote: "Well done, Denise!"

thank you!

did I miss a new one?


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No, I haven't posted it yet. I will check the schedule to see when it is supposed to be posted.


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KarenK2 (kaykaykay60) | 136 comments Done! Found all of the words

Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration: 7/28/20 to 1/24/21

WORDS:
1. Acquiescence .. with a trace of acquiescence .. The End of the Day loc 149

2. Adroit .. she wasn't all that strong but she was adroit .. The Crazyladies of Pearl Street pg 17

3. Appraisal .. an appraisal of her collection .. The Forger's Daughter loc 614

4. Bedraggled .. the sight of the bedraggled animal .. The Brief and True Report of Temperance Flowerdew loc 2020

5. Blithe .. parents courtship as a blithe romance .. The Sisters pg 220

6. Candid .. surprised by his candid admiration .. The Forger's Daughter loc 338

7. Concourse .. raced across the crowded concourse .. Magic Hour pg 51

8. Evasive .. you were preoccupied, so anxious, evasive .. The Forger's Daughter loc 2461

9. Flaccid .. as flaccid as strips of flannel cloth .. The Life and Times of Persimmon Wilson pg 364

10. Foliage .. with flowers, foliage and birds .. The Deadly Hours loc 3455

11. Frond .. the lacy frond flutter in the breeze .. Magic Hour pg 535

12. Gregarious .. beloved, gregarious, larger-than-life family .. Magic Hour pg 75

13. Impiety .. does not this smack of filial impiety? .. Peony pg 254

14. Indolence .. for his years of indolence and his control .. The Last Sailor loc 3182

15. Intermittent .. function at intermittent random movements .. The Deadly Hours loc 3317

16. Iridescent .. the water was oily and iridescent .. This Tender Land loc 5729

17. Lacerate .. they would lacerate your tongue .. The Crazyladies of Pearl Street pg 124

18. Larder .. the cover of a small larder .. This Tender Land loc 2264

19. Lassitude .. a nerveless helpless lassitude .. The Abstainer loc 3208

20. Melancholy .. disguise an air of melancholy .. The Deadly Hours loc 3525

21. Muster .. all the feeling his hatred could muster .. The Deadly Hours loc 1359

22. Opulent .. at our town house in opulent New Town .. The Deadly Hours loc 1405

23. Overwrought .. my exhausted overwrought mind playing tricks .. Reviving the Hawthorn Sisters loc 4091

24. Pensive .. how pensive Nicole seemed .. The Forger's Daughter loc 2214

25. Plausible .. everything he said was plausible .. The Life and Times of Persimmon Wilson pg 316

26. Reciprocal .. she ascribed reciprocal feelings .. The Crazyladies of Pearl Street pg 343

27. Reconnaissance .. time spent on reconnaissance is seldom wasted .. Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less pg 232

28. Redolent .. redolent of an odd fusion .. The Forger's Daughter loc 1573

29. Scrabble .. Cal and Ellie are here playing Scrabble .. Magic Hour pg 397

30. Staunch .. acting as a staunch defender of victims .. The Paper Daughters of Chinatown loc 3410

31. Taut .. her skin stretched taut .. The Deadly Hours loc 1752

32. Torpid .. as fat and torpid as a seal .. Snow loc 1092

33. Tussock .. areas of yellow-brown tussock grass .. Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage pg 244

34. Urbane .. a charming and urbane man .. The Orphan of Cemetery Hill 8/12/20 2.75☆

35. Vagabond .. what's a vagabond, Emmy asked .. This Tender Land loc 3737


The Deadly Hours by Susanna Kearsley 7/29/20 2☆ The Sisters by Nancy Jensen 8/1/20 3☆ This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger 8/3/20 5☆
The Paper Daughters of Chinatown by Heather B. Moore 8/6/20 3☆ The Forger's Daughter by Bradford Morrow 8/9/20 2☆ The Life and Times of Persimmon Wilson by Nancy Peacock 8/11/20 3.5☆ The Orphan of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox 8/12/20 2.75☆ The Crazyladies of Pearl Street by Trevanian 8/15/20 Magic Hour by Kristin Hannah 8/19/20 3☆
The End of the Day by Bill Clegg 8/24/20 2☆ The Brief and True Report of Temperance Flowerdew by Denise Heinze 8/27/20 4☆ Snow (St. John Strafford, #1) by John Banville 9/3/20 3.25☆
Reviving the Hawthorn Sisters by Emily Carpenter 9/13/20 2.75☆ The Abstainer by Ian McGuire 9/20/20 2.75☆ Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less by Jeffrey Archer 9/23/20 3☆
The Last Sailor by Sarah Anne Johnson 10/5/20 2☆ Endurance Shackleton's Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing 10/25/20 4.5☆ Peony by Pearl S. Buck 1/24/21 2.5☆


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jingles | 3480 comments Mod
Well done, Karen!


message 20: by Ed (new)

Ed Lehman | 2222 comments *****COMPLETED 3/4/22***** last word= "indolence"

Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration: Open
Starting 8/28/20

35/35

WORDS:
✔1. Acquiescence-p.12- The Uttermost Farthing-"...what his acquiescence had cost him." 5/4/21
✔2. Adroit-p.222-Orange Crush-"The adroit demonstration caught the attention of several customers." 12/12/20
✔3. Appraisal-p.648- A Suitable Boy-"Her own appraisal of it was both modest and just." 11/29/20
✔4. Bedraggled-p.40-Ask the Cards a Question-"...she had emerged from the marriage bedraggled..." 11/30/20
✔5. Blithe-p.218-The Call of the Weird: Travels in American Subcultures-"His blithe assertion that success is a state of mind..." 12/4/20
✔6. Candid-p.151- Goldfinger-"There was no melting of the candid blue eyes." 9/13/20
✔7. Concourse-p.152-"...I suddenly came upon a huge concourse of Leaf fish." 9/7/20
✔8. Evasive-p.20- Goldfinger-"Evasive sort of fellow." 9/9/20
✔9. Flaccid-p.144- 2001: A Space Odyssey-"There was no mistaking the flaccid outlines of a suit..." 9/25/20
✔10. Foliage-p.57- Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man-"On either side of the steps was more extravagant foliage..." 10/20/20
✔11. Frond-loc. 1455-Kindle edition of San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...branches remain quite bare rising to the sky only a few fronds unachievable." 8/31/20
✔12. Gregarious-p.224-The Island of South Georgia-"...Fur seals are...polygamous and gregarious..." 11/17/20
✔13. Impiety-p.106-The Sea-"It would be an impiety against God to believe him." 4/19/21
✔14. Indolence-p.110-Clea-I believe the artists are composed of vanity, indolence and self-regard." 3/4/22
✔15. Intermittent- loc. 1694 of Kindle edition of - San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"Sick of intermittent fevers that can no longer work..." 9/1/20
✔16. Iridescent-loc. 273 of Kindle edition of - San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...and buys a new dress 'cotton to squares', with iridescent background..." 8/29/20
✔17. Lacerate-p.158- Golden Bats & Pink Pigeons-"...and allow the fan to lacerate or blind one." 9/7/20
✔18. Larder-p.244-A Murder Is Announced-"...then I think I see a shadow by the larder door..." 1/2/21
✔19. Lassitude-p.105- Our Lady of the Flowers-"...so that death may issue irremediably from their decision or their lassitude." 12/16/20
✔20. Melancholy-p.56-Waverley-"...deeply affected by that which was melancholy, and transported..." 11/2/20
✔21. Muster-p.18- Poirot Investigates-"...a gentleman, so like him in appearance as to pass muster, entered..." 9/16/20
✔22. Opulent-p. 309- Sodom and Gomorrah-"...with simple fabrics in place of their own opulent plush..." 4/13/21
✔23. Overwrought-p.48- Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist-"I AM NOT OVERWROUGHT!" 12/1/20
✔24. Pensive-p.27- The Man Who Died-"He looks pensive." 10/13/20
✔25. Plausible-p.160-Openly Bob-"I wasn't sure if that was the correct reason but it sounded fairly plausible." 12/5/20
✔26. Reciprocal-p.60- Waverley-"...and sometimes also by reciprocal communications, which interested Mr. Bradwardine..." 11/21/20
✔27. Reconnaissance-loc. 487-Kindle edition of- San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...after the reconnaissance the Patron Saint solemnly go back to his home..." 8/29/20
✔28. Redolent-p.112- Golden Bats & Pink Pigeons-"The whole forest smelled warm and as redolent as a fruitcake..." 9/7/20
✔29. Scrabble-p.287- Around the World in 50 Years: My Adventure to Every Country on Earth-"This was exacerbated by the hard scrabble situation of millions of Africans..." 12/14/20
✔30. Staunch-p.31- The River Between-"Joshua was such a staunch man of God..." 1/22/21
✔31. Taut-p.14-Hard Rain-"...but inside there runs a taut steel wire, as if..." 9/4/20
✔32. Torpid-p.302- Around the World in 50 Years: My Adventure to Every Country on Earth-"...while that of the Saudi is so torpid and enervating..." 1/7/21
✔33. Tussock -p.54- The Island of South Georgia-"Fur seals tend to kill and erode tussac grass near the beaches by 'nesting' in large tussocks." 11/6/20
✔34. Urbane-p.167- A Separate Peace-"...in Mr. Carhart's urbane murmur, ;Let us pray.'" 10/6/20
✔35. Vagabond-loc. 247-Kindle edition of San Marino, the history in miniature: The very small history-"...to the hungry that are banished like thieves and vagabonds." 8/29/20


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Vanessa (nesshawk) | 181 comments Mod
GREAT JOB, ED!!!


message 22: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 485 comments All Challenges All The Time
Word Search: Watership Down | Part 2
Duration:
4/28/2022 - Open

Progress: 0 out of 35

Welcome to part two of the Watership Down word search challenge! Please Note: You may not use this book for this challenge.

The Challenge: Below is a list of 35 words to find. They can only be found within the text of a book - no covers, titles or authors. For each word found, you will need to provide the book title, the page or location number, the sentence containing the word, and the date you finished reading your book.

There is no limit on the number of words found per book.

Words must match exactly. No substitutions, please.

This is an open-ended challenge.

WORDS:
1. Acquiescence
2. Adroit
3. Appraisal
4. Bedraggled
5. Blithe
6. Candid
7. Concourse
8. Evasive
9. Flaccid
10. Foliage
11. Frond
12. Gregarious
13. Impiety
14. Indolence
15. Intermittent
16. Iridescent
17. Lacerate
18. Larder
19. Lassitude
20. Melancholy
21. Muster
22. Opulent
23. Overwrought
24. Pensive
25. Plausible
26. Reciprocal
27. Reconnaissance
28. Redolent
29. Scrabble
30. Staunch
31. Taut
32. Torpid
33. Tussock
34. Urbane
35. Vagabond


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