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Animal Farm

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Across
  1. 1. husks of grain separated during threshing.
  2. 6. the act of killing an infant.
  3. 8. a feeling of hostility or hatred.
  4. 9. a variety of beet cultivated as food for livestock.
  5. 10. a person who owns a tavern or pub.
  6. 12. straight up and down.
  7. 15. retired because of age or infirmity.
  8. 17. a little room where cooking utensils are cleaned and stored.
  9. 19. words that are spoken in a clear way.
  10. 20. firmly oppose one's purpose and won't budge; unyielding.
  11. 22. without exceptions or conditions/
  12. 24. to explain in detail; interpret.
  13. 25. occurring after one's death.
  14. 28. the state of being an accomplice in wrongdoing.
  15. 30. superior or before other people.
  16. 33. easily controlled; yielding.
  17. 35. not able to be changed.
  18. 37. a person who buys animal carcasses or slaughters useless livestock.
  19. 38. a small wood or thicket.
Down
  1. 1. mysterious and puzzling in meaning.
  2. 2. to give up resistance.
  3. 3. to bring something unseen into view.
  4. 4. a group or clique within a larger group.
  5. 5. to have a different opinion, especially from the majority.
  6. 7. capable of producing crops.
  7. 9. an obvious thing seen by a person.
  8. 11. flagpole.
  9. 13. incapable of being repressed; uncontrollable.
  10. 14. to show reluctance or unwillingness.
  11. 15. to put into a state of little or no sensibility.
  12. 16. a person who receives things from other people but never gives anything back.
  13. 18. peace, tranquility; calm.
  14. 21. any of a series of specific infectious diseases.
  15. 22. appearance, especially the look or expression of the face.
  16. 23. shameful or dishonorable public conduct.
  17. 26. to perform an action with elegance; chopping vegetables.
  18. 27. an oppressive, unfair, and sometimes brutal government run by a dictator; tyrant.
  19. 29. requiring a lot of work; exertion.
  20. 31. the practice of speaking a language fluently.
  21. 32. very dangerous or harmful in influence or effect.
  22. 34. a false front put up to conceal the truth.
  23. 36. getting what you want in a morally wrong way; self seeking.