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15 terms
Spelling Week 3- English
arrive
polite
describe
chosen
arrive
polite
25 terms
English - week 3 spelling
agog
veld
chilblains
shimmering
a
v
c
s
agog
a
veld
v
10 terms
English Spelling Week 3
Queue
Expletive
Satiated
Reverie
Waiting line
Foul language
Fully fed, fully satisfied
Daydreaming
Queue
Waiting line
Expletive
Foul language
English spelling week 3
probably
then
than
realized
I will_______ go on a run today
I put on my shoes, _______ put on my coat
I am taller _____ my brother
I _______ realized I need more sleep.
probably
I will_______ go on a run today
then
I put on my shoes, _______ put on my coat
ENGLISH SPELLING WEEK 3
Ouijia
Volition
Nepotism
Incredulous
...
The faculty or power of using one's will.
The practice among those with power or influence of favouring…
Disbelief
Ouijia
...
Volition
The faculty or power of using one's will.
English Spelling Week 6
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Confidence
Physically Fit
Physically Fit
Spelling Words English: Week 3
Absolutely
Accept
Allocate
Appalling
...
...
...
...
Absolutely
...
Accept
...
20 terms
Week 3 english vocab/spelling
disgust
near
sweet with a tad of sad or sourness
change in mood
Abhorrent
Adjacent
Bittersweet
Capricious
disgust
Abhorrent
near
Adjacent
16 terms
English Week 3 Spelling Words
Potatoes
Seperating
Harvesting
Contained
Would you like some mashed ---------
Thats it im --------- the two of you
Looks like its -------- Season
Blaine Tried But failed to ------- his excitement for kevin o…
Potatoes
Would you like some mashed ---------
Seperating
Thats it im --------- the two of you
20 terms
English Spelling Bee Week 3
Enervated
Epigram
Epitaph
Existence
Enervated
Epigram
Epitaph
Existence
Enervated
Enervated
Epigram
Epigram
english spelling week 3-4
led
lose
necessary
piece
led
lose
necessary
piece
led
led
lose
lose
English Spelling Words WEEK 3
Magnificent
Composer
Setting
Description
...
...
...
...
Magnificent
...
Composer
...
English 11 Spelling Words: week 3
Jalopy
Mahogany
Mellifluous
Negate
An old ramshackle car.
A tropical American tree; the reddish brown wood of this tree.
Sounding sweet and smooth.
To deny.
Jalopy
An old ramshackle car.
Mahogany
A tropical American tree; the reddish brown wood of this tree.
40 terms
English spellings week 2&3
conjure
ominous
repeal
incidental
To cause something to appear
The worrying impression that something bad is going to happen
To revoke or reverse
A minor result
conjure
To cause something to appear
ominous
The worrying impression that something bad is going to happen
English 9: week 3 spelling words
Agnostic
Atheist
Dissent
Cerebral
One who believes it impossible to know if God exists.
Someone who believes that there is mo God.
To disagree.
Of the brain or cerebrum
Agnostic
One who believes it impossible to know if God exists.
Atheist
Someone who believes that there is mo God.
Vocab-spell week #3 @English
deterioration
develop
dilemma
disastrous
a process of becoming worse
a process of improvement in knowledge or skill
a difficult situation or problem
causing much damage or harm
deterioration
a process of becoming worse
develop
a process of improvement in knowledge or skill
25 terms
english spelling week 3 ✨
dilapidated
hazardous
sufficient
instantly
rundown
dangerous
enough
at once
dilapidated
rundown
hazardous
dangerous
English Week 3 Term 3! SPELLING!
handkerchief
propeller
syphon
bachelor
hankerchief
propellor
siphon
batchelor
handkerchief
hankerchief
propeller
propellor
Spelling Words for Week 3
save
school
father
keep
If you save your money, you will be able to buy a new Lego bu…
We learn many new things at school.
George Washington is called the father of our country.
You must keep to the right when you drive a car on the road.
save
If you save your money, you will be able to buy a new Lego bu…
school
We learn many new things at school.
10 terms
Week 3 spelling words
upon
family
later
turn
Another word for "on"
Group of genera that share many characteristics
at another time.
to go in another direction either to the left or the right.
upon
Another word for "on"
family
Group of genera that share many characteristics
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Week 28: Spelling
viable
enervate
anagram
indemnify
...
...
...
...
viable
...
enervate
...
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Week #30: Spelling
abstruse
egocentric
privy
unison
...
...
...
...
abstruse
...
egocentric
...
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Week 17: Spelling
inoculate
citadel
deplorable
figment
...
...
...
...
inoculate
...
citadel
...
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Week 26: Spelling
Diaspora
interminable
irrational
probationary
...
...
...
...
Diaspora
...
interminable
...
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Week 27: Spelling
caustic
oratorio
hologram
acronym
...
...
...
...
caustic
...
oratorio
...
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Week #25: Spelling
simulacrum
mediocre
sacerdotal
flambeau
...
...
...
...
simulacrum
...
mediocre
...
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Spelling: Week 23
misogamy
salubrious
tractable
familiarity
...
...
...
...
misogamy
...
salubrious
...
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Spelling: Week #19
canticle
aggrandize
virile
temporal
From the Latin canticum, meaning "song." It usually refers to…
to increase in power, influence, and reputation
masculine; manly
Relating to time
canticle
From the Latin canticum, meaning "song." It usually refers to…
aggrandize
to increase in power, influence, and reputation
12 terms
English 9 Week 3 Spelling Words
prohibit
inhibit
suffuse
confound
to stop one from doing something
to get in the way of, hinder
to fill up from within, to spread throughout
to confuse and frustrate
prohibit
to stop one from doing something
inhibit
to get in the way of, hinder
Spelling Week 23 English
lone
break
waist
passed
one
to separate into pieces
hips or middle part of the body
to make a good grade
lone
one
break
to separate into pieces
English Spelling Week 7
Whispered
Warned
Screamed
Croaked
to speak very quietly
to make someone realize a possible danger or problem, especia…
to cry or say something loudly and usually on a high note
When animals such as frogs and crows croak, they make deep ro…
Whispered
to speak very quietly
Warned
to make someone realize a possible danger or problem, especia…
English 9 Spelling Words: week 3
Agnostic
Atheist
Dissent
Cerebral
One who believes it impossible to know if God exists.
Someone who believes that there is no God.
To disagree.
Of the brain or cerebrum.
Agnostic
One who believes it impossible to know if God exists.
Atheist
Someone who believes that there is no God.
10 terms
Week 5 English Spelling
window
rabbit
jacket
pot
window
rabbit
jacket
pot
window
window
rabbit
rabbit
5 terms
Week 12 Spelling 3
chronological
mystical
cuticle
follicle
Arranged in order of time of occurrence
a spiritual sense beyond human understanding
(n) the thin skin at the base of the nails on the fingers and…
Structure in the dermis of the skin from which a strand of ha…
chronological
Arranged in order of time of occurrence
mystical
a spiritual sense beyond human understanding
15 terms
Week 3 Spelling words
small
scold
remind
child
small
scold
Spelling 4: Week 3
fact
began
clasp
rapid
A statement that can be proved.
past tense of "begin"
fastening device; firm grip
quick
fact
A statement that can be proved.
began
past tense of "begin"
10 terms
CARROTS SPELLING WEEK 3
Rout
Scrounge
Scout
Spout
A disorderly retreat of defeated troops.
Seek to obtain (something, typically food or money) at the ex…
A soldier or other person sent out ahead of a main force so a…
A tube or lip projecting from a container, through which liqu…
Rout
A disorderly retreat of defeated troops.
Scrounge
Seek to obtain (something, typically food or money) at the ex…
Week 3 Spelling Vocabulary
awkward
crouch
pause
cause
causing or feeling embarrassed
to slump forward where the knees are bent and the upper body…
a temporary stop in action or speech
to make happen
awkward
causing or feeling embarrassed
crouch
to slump forward where the knees are bent and the upper body…
6 terms
Braiden SPelling Week 3
Few
While
Along
Might
...
...
...
...
Few
...
While
...
Spelling 5: Week 3
fifteen
referee
eager
easily
15
a judge of the play in games and sports
enthusiastic
adverb form of "easy"
fifteen
15
referee
a judge of the play in games and sports
12 terms
Pahlow's English 3 Week 29: Spelling
intrepid
rehabilitate
orthodoxy
impartial
...
...
...
...
intrepid
...
rehabilitate
...
Spelling Week 3
using
getting
swimming
leaving
using
getting
swimming
leaving
using
using
getting
getting
20 terms
Spelling Week 3
these
deny
rules
safely
plural of this
to say that something is not true or right; contradict
statement or law that is meant to guide or control the way on…
free from harm or danger; secure; not hurt or harmed
these
plural of this
deny
to say that something is not true or right; contradict
10 terms
Spelling Week 3 Spec
circumspect
inspect
introspection
perspective
careful to look at all possibilities before acting; cautious;…
to look at carefully in search of flaws
the act of looking into one's own thoughts and feelings
one way of looking at things
circumspect
careful to look at all possibilities before acting; cautious;…
inspect
to look at carefully in search of flaws
LE 121 SPELLING WEEK 3
morning
forest
garbage
form
a.m.
A wooded area.
trash
Shape... Formatted document with fields that contain data
morning
a.m.
forest
A wooded area.
20 terms
Week 3 spelling list
using
getting
easiest
swimming
using
getting
English 12 Spelling Test Week 3
iconoclast
inane
inchoate
indolent
one who opposes established beliefs, customs, and institutions
Foolish
not fully formed; disorganized
habitually lazy or idle
iconoclast
one who opposes established beliefs, customs, and institutions
inane
Foolish
12 terms
English 3 spelling test week 2
genocide
synchronize
deflect
podiatry
the deliberate and systematic extermination of a natural raci…
to cause to indicate the same time as one timepiece with anot…
to bend or turn aside; turn from a true course or straight li…
the care of the human foot, especially the diagnosis and trea…
genocide
the deliberate and systematic extermination of a natural raci…
synchronize
to cause to indicate the same time as one timepiece with anot…
20 terms
spelling week 3 :]
accelerate
captivity
conserve
despair
to increase in speed
the condition of being held against ones will
to preserve : to keep form being used upped
hopelessness discouragment to loose all faith or hope
accelerate
to increase in speed
captivity
the condition of being held against ones will
Week 3 Spelling List
pound
howl
jaw
around
16 ounces
long loud wailing cry of a dog, wolf, etc.
Mandible
circ, circum
pound
16 ounces
howl
long loud wailing cry of a dog, wolf, etc.
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