2. A loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a
3. The degree of heat.
5. “One-way … to the blues” as sung in a famous
British passenger liner, the largest ship in the
; in April 1912 it struck an iceberg and tragically
8. A building or outdoor area in which plays and other
9. The time just before night when the daylight has
gone but when it is not completely dark.
11. Group of three related novels, plays, films, etc.
12. A game in which two or four players strike a ball
rackets over a net stretched across a court.
15. A person whose occupation is making fitted clothes
as suits, trousers, and jackets to fit individual
1. American word for “lorry”.
2. A group of players forming one side in a competitive
3. Synonym for “schedule”.
4. American writer, the author of “Tom Sawyer”
6. Person who steals another person’s property.
7. Political agreement, contract.
8. The person who works at school and teaches pupils.
9. An optical instrument designed to make distant objects
nearer, used in astronomy.
10. The day of the week before Wednesday and following
14. A small city.
2. thunder; 3. temperature; 5. ticket; 7. Titanic;
1. truck; 2. team; 3. timetable; 4. Twain; 6.
; 10. Tuesday;