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Spelling 4: Chapter 14

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famous
(adj.) widely known
across
(adverb) the opposite side
citizen
(n.) an officially recognized member of a state, nation, country
recess
(n.) break from class
science
(n.) such knowledge or such a system of knowledge concerned with the physical world and its phenomena
chance
(n.) a situation favoring some purpose
beast
(n.) a four-footed mammal as distinguished from a human being
son
(n.) a human male offspring
peace
(n.) a state of tranquillity or quiet
decide
(v.) to make a final choice or judgment about
exciting
(adj.) feel happy and interested
cellar
(n.) basement or the lowest place in the standings
police
(transitive verb) to supervise the operation, execution, or administration of to prevent or detect and prosecute violations of rules and regulations
beside
(preposition) in comparison with
else
(adverb) in an additional manner or place or at an additional time
glance
(v.) to take a quick look at something
fence
(n.) a barrier that serves to enclose an area
scene
(n.) the place where some action occurs
press
(v.) exert pressure or force to or upon
mess
(n.) a disordered, untidy, offensive, or unpleasant state or condition
ceremony
(n.) a formal event performed on a special occasion
session
(n.) a meeting, class, or assembly where a group sits together
congress
(n.) the lawmaking branch of the Country's government
justice
(n.) everyone treated fairly according to the laws
district
(n.), a division of a state, city or country
pass
(v.) go across or through
asleep
(adverb) closing your eyes and resting your body and mind
race
(n.) any competition
sorry
(adj.) feeling or expressing sorrow or pity