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10 terms
Week 5 English Spelling
window
rabbit
jacket
pot
window
rabbit
jacket
pot
window
window
rabbit
rabbit
15 terms
Spelling Week 5-English
telephone
televise
television
telethon
telephone
televise
24 terms
English - Week 5 Spelling
Evacuate
Evacuee
Billet Officer
Agreeable
1
A person evacuated from a place of danger
3
4
Evacuate
1
Evacuee
A person evacuated from a place of danger
17 terms
Spelling English week 5
did
fin
pick
line
did
fin
10 terms
English Spellings- Week 5
Happiness
Hindrance
Hygiene
Imaginary
Spelling 1
Spelling 2
Spelling 3
Spelling 4
Happiness
Spelling 1
Hindrance
Spelling 2
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English 1 Spelling week 5
beginning
benefited
blotting
canceled
the start, first, and opening
to do good to; be of service to
to spot, stain, soil, or the like
to make void; revoke; annul; stop
beginning
the start, first, and opening
benefited
to do good to; be of service to
25 terms
english spelling week 5
brotherly
earnestly
splendour
massive
fraternal
sincerely
magnificence
enormous
brotherly
fraternal
earnestly
sincerely
20 terms
Week 5 English Spelling
heroes
blossom
stereotype
autumn
...
...
...
...
heroes
...
blossom
...
11 terms
English week 5 spelling
billed
build
boar
bore
charged
construct
male pig
make a hole; to weary by being dull
billed
charged
build
construct
20 terms
UGCS English Week 5 Spelling
achievement
acknowledgement
advantageous
advertisement
...
...
...
...
achievement
...
acknowledgement
...
8 terms
English Spelling Words WEEK 5
Integrate
Convince
Fabricate
Protect
...
...
...
...
Integrate
...
Convince
...
10 terms
English week 5 spelling words
gracious
decent
courteous
considerate
gracious
decent
courteous
considerate
gracious
gracious
decent
decent
English Spelling Week 6
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Confidence
Physically Fit
Physically Fit
10 terms
Week 5 English spelling Words
Inaugurating
Exhilarates
Dilapidated
Paraphernalia
Formally beginning
Gladdens;Excites
Shabby;falling apart
Equipment;gear
Inaugurating
Formally beginning
Exhilarates
Gladdens;Excites
10 terms
english 8 week 5 spelling
adequate
artificial
dependent
elaborate
...
...
...
...
adequate
...
artificial
...
15 terms
English:spelling and vocab;week 5
anecdote
consolidate
counterfeit
docile
a short account of an incident in someone's life
to combine
to make an illegal copy
easily taught
anecdote
a short account of an incident in someone's life
consolidate
to combine
Spelling 5: Week 5
I'll
they've
don't
we're
I will
they have
do not
we are
I'll
I will
they've
they have
vocab-spell week #5 @english
library
license
likable
maintenance
a collection of books and films in a building or room
a permit from an authority to own or use something
friendly, pleasant, easy to like
a process of preserving someone of something
library
a collection of books and films in a building or room
license
a permit from an authority to own or use something
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English 9 Week 5 Spelling Words
repulsion
dispel
propel
relative
desire to avoid; disgust
to scatter about, break up
to cause to move towards; push
dependent upon
repulsion
desire to avoid; disgust
dispel
to scatter about, break up
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…
20 terms
Spelling Words (Regular English) Week 5-6
performance
audience
appearance
entrance
...
...
...
...
performance
...
audience
...
Spelling 5: Week 11
surrounded
skiing
swimming
loving
to enclose on all sides
a sport in which participants must travel on skis
the sport or activity of moving through water by moving your…
affectionate
surrounded
to enclose on all sides
skiing
a sport in which participants must travel on skis
Spelling 5: Week 9
baby-sit
first aid
flashlight
high school
to take care of a baby
emergency treatment given to a sick or injured person
An electric light that you can hold in your hand
secondary school
baby-sit
to take care of a baby
first aid
emergency treatment given to a sick or injured person
Spelling 5: Week 6
idea
silent
myself
lying
thought
no sound
me
opposite of telling the truth
idea
thought
silent
no sound
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Spelling week 5 BLUE
absent
continent
decadent
killed
...
...
absent
continent
Spelling 5: Week 10
stalk
off
because
brought
supports flower
opposite of on
for the reason that
bring
stalk
supports flower
off
opposite of on
Spelling 5: Week 7
gloomy
school
choose
loose
dismal
a place where children go to learn
chose, chosen
Free or untied
gloomy
dismal
school
a place where children go to learn
Spelling 5: Week 4
I'll
they've
don't
we're
I will
they have
do not
we are
I'll
I will
they've
they have
Spelling 5: Week 8
spoil
choice
avoid
moisture
give everything/too much to a child
option
to keep away from
wetness caused by water
spoil
give everything/too much to a child
choice
option
Spelling 5: Week 2
afraid
explain
payment
sleigh
scared
tell about/describe
compensation
large vehicle drawn by a horse over snow or ice
afraid
scared
explain
tell about/describe
21 terms
Spelling week 5
beetle
jewelry
avenue
climbed
an insect of an order distinguished by forewings typically mo…
personal ornaments, such as necklaces, rings, or bracelets, t…
a broad road in a town or city, typically having trees at reg…
go or come up (a slope, incline, or staircase), especially by…
beetle
an insect of an order distinguished by forewings typically mo…
jewelry
personal ornaments, such as necklaces, rings, or bracelets, t…
Spelling 5: Week 1
rough
grudge
stunt
thumb
not smooth
A feeling of resentment or ill-will
a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat
short, thick finger set apart from the other four
rough
not smooth
grudge
A feeling of resentment or ill-will
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
6 terms
Week 5 Spelling Vocabulary
Telescope
Paragraph
Interrupt
Abrupt
an instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer
a distinct section of a piece of writing that usually deals w…
to stop the continuous progress of an activity or process
sudden and unexpected
Telescope
an instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer
Paragraph
a distinct section of a piece of writing that usually deals w…
16 terms
Spelling List Week 5
up
pup
rub
tub
up
pup
20 terms
Wonders-Week 5 Spelling
Brother-In-Law
Science Fiction
After-School
Wading Pool
Brother-In-Law
Science Fiction
19 terms
Week 5 Spelling
clip
flip
slip
flag
clasp or fastener
turn over
skid, losing one's balance
clip
clasp or fastener
flip
turn over
12 terms
Week 5 Spelling
dragon
thought
strong
burst
Once upon a time, there was a fierce dragon.
He thought he knew how to solve the problem.
He is so strong he can lift the heaviest weights
If you poke it with a pin, the balloon may burst.
dragon
Once upon a time, there was a fierce dragon.
thought
He thought he knew how to solve the problem.
14 terms
Week 5 Spelling Words
autograph
graphite
thermos
thermal
a u t o g r a p h someone's signature
g r a p h i t e the material in a pencil used to write
t h e r m o s a container that keeps a drink warm
t h e r m a l material that keeps something or someone warm
autograph
a u t o g r a p h someone's signature
graphite
g r a p h i t e the material in a pencil used to write
10 terms
Week 5 Spelling/Vocabulary
A joining of several groups for a comm…
Arranged in order of time of occurrence.
A speech, passage, or event coming bef…
n. additional information added to the…
Confederation
Chronological
Prologue
Postscript
A joining of several groups for a comm…
Confederation
Arranged in order of time of occurrence.
Chronological
15 terms
Week 5 Spelling Words
Embarrassed
Supposedly
Haunt
Scowl
to feel self-consciously confused or distressed
believed to be true or real
to visit often
to make a frowning expression of displeasure
Embarrassed
to feel self-consciously confused or distressed
Supposedly
believed to be true or real
10 terms
Week 5 Vocabulary and Spelling
gorgeous
opponents
supposedly
preliminary
something that stands out in beauty and grace
people who compete against each other in a contest
thought to be true, or supposed to be true
something that comes before a final event
gorgeous
something that stands out in beauty and grace
opponents
people who compete against each other in a contest
Spelling 4: Week 5
since
which
inch
string
the time between then and now
___________ one would you like?
measurement
a yo-yo hangs from this
since
the time between then and now
which
___________ one would you like?
20 terms
Spelling/Vocabulary Week 5
adjacent
dimension
obedient
alien
adjoining; neighboring; close by
A measurable extent, such as the three principal dimensions o…
Doing what one is asked or told
strange, wholly different in nature
adjacent
adjoining; neighboring; close by
dimension
A measurable extent, such as the three principal dimensions o…
26 terms
LA 5: Week 25 Spelling
politics
political
major
majority
activities related to how a country is governed;... The politics…
relating to government;... The political campaigns for the presi…
greater; important; serious;... There was a major earthquake in…
more than 50 percent;... The majority of the students voted to h…
politics
activities related to how a country is governed;... The politics…
political
relating to government;... The political campaigns for the presi…
20 terms
Week 5 vocabulary/spelling
surprise
French
hesitate
sway
something that is beyond what is expected
characteristic of France, its inhabitants or their language,…
falter, to wait to act because of fear
swing from side to side; influence (someone) to change one's…
surprise
something that is beyond what is expected
French
characteristic of France, its inhabitants or their language,…
25 terms
LA 5: Spelling Week 24
project
audience
decade
territory
a long-term assignment; to plan; to throw forward;... The scienc…
a group of people who come together for a play, concert, or e…
a period of ten years; ... Every decade the United States does a…
an area of land or region;... Minnesota was a territory before i…
project
a long-term assignment; to plan; to throw forward;... The scienc…
audience
a group of people who come together for a play, concert, or e…
25 terms
LA 5: Week 26 Spelling
famous
invention
election
furious
Well-known;... Abe Lincoln is a famous president.
a new product, system, or process that has never existed befo…
voting to select someone for a position;... The next presidentia…
angry;... My dad was furious that someone ran over our mailbox l…
famous
Well-known;... Abe Lincoln is a famous president.
invention
a new product, system, or process that has never existed befo…
10 terms
Week 5 Spelling/Vocab.
Knack
Liberate
Negotiate
Predicament
a special talent or skill
to set free
to agree to something by formally discussing
a difficult or unpleasant situation
Knack
a special talent or skill
Liberate
to set free
25 terms
LA 5: Week 27 Spelling
important
experience
ignorant
entrance
necessary; great;... Graduating from high school is an important…
background; training;... Mrs. Haugen has experience in teaching…
lacking knowledge;... The statement made by the congressman was…
opening; entry;... The students were told to use the main entran…
important
necessary; great;... Graduating from high school is an important…
experience
background; training;... Mrs. Haugen has experience in teaching…
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