CROSSWORD No 84
1. Used before the second or last of a set of negative possibilities, usually after "neither". Extremely.
2. Extremely, very much. Located or situated on every side.
3. The twenty-first letter of the alphabet. Prick. The object form of we.
4. A farm animal with thick wool that eats grass and is kept for its wool, skin, and meat. Of great vertical extent.
5. A long thin object which you use to write in ink. Provisions. The symbol for oxygen.
6. East or Eastern. A substance that consists of very small grains of rock, found on beaches and in deserts. Used as a polite or respectful way of addressing a man.
7. Bite and work food in the mouth with the teeth, especially to make it easier to swallow. To gradually increase, rise, or get bigger.
8. Preposition used before a verb to show that it is in the infinitive. Living, not dead. The fifth letter of the English alphabet.
9. A person who attacks and robs ships at sea. The indefinite article used before an initial vowel sound.
10. The past tense of feed. Mark with an encircling stain or deposit.
1. To think or believe something to be true or probable.
2. The chemical element nobelium. A man. Move by jumping on one foot.
3. The fifteenth letter of the alphabet. Perception. Whether.
4. Ratio, proportion. Having knowledge.
5. Become or make ripe. Youth.
6. A unit of weight that is equal to 2240 pounds in Britain and to 2000 pounds in the United States. Let in.
7. Used to indicate duty or correctness, typically when criticizing someone's actions. Above or higher than something else, sometimes so that one thing covers the other.
8. Operating. A place of outflow. Pronoun that refers to the speaker or writer.
9. The past tense and past participle of dig. Into something. The first person singular of the present tense of be.
10. Make or become shorter.