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Spelling and Vocabulary : Humaliens 1a
kindred
oscillate
foresight
franticially
adjective- similar or related
verb- to move back and forth at a regular speed
noun- the ability to predict what will happen in the future
adjective- done in a crazy or hurried way
kindred
adjective- similar or related
oscillate
verb- to move back and forth at a regular speed
20 terms
6th grade Spelling/Vocabulary
damage
gentle
injury
palace
to harm something
kindly; soft; mild; of good family
wound; broken bones
A large royal residence
damage
to harm something
gentle
kindly; soft; mild; of good family
15 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary Week 3
consequence
conserve
desolate
document
the result of an action
to save something from loss or running out
deserted
a piece of paper containing important information
consequence
the result of an action
conserve
to save something from loss or running out
20 terms
Supermarket Spelling and Vocabulary
beds
rich
zippy
clean
layers of a material beneath foods or objects: "beds of crush…
Soil on farms having the ability to grow and produce many crops
lively or happy: "zippy music makes you want to hum along or…
free from dirt
beds
layers of a material beneath foods or objects: "beds of crush…
rich
Soil on farms having the ability to grow and produce many crops
Frindle Spelling and Vocabulary 4
limousine
consumer
restaurant
principal
a luxury car
a person who buys things
a building where people go to eat
a person in charge of a school
limousine
a luxury car
consumer
a person who buys things
19 terms
3rd grade Spelling/Vocabulary
brownie
monkey
secret
pieces
a chocolate dessert
a small primate
hidden fact
more than one piece/ parts of a whole
brownie
a chocolate dessert
monkey
a small primate
20 terms
Spelling/ Vocabulary
adverse
arid
assailant
billow
(adj) .unfavorable, negative ; working against , hostile
(adj . ) extremely dry ; uninteresting , dull
n. a person who attacks violently
(n.) a large wave; (v.) to rise or swell like a wave
adverse
(adj) .unfavorable, negative ; working against , hostile
arid
(adj . ) extremely dry ; uninteresting , dull
12 terms
Frindle Spelling and Vocabulary 1
custodian
chestnut (adjective)
jolt
monopoly
A person who looks after property at a school
Reddish brown colour
A sudden jerk or bump
Complete control of a product or business by one person or gr…
custodian
A person who looks after property at a school
chestnut (adjective)
Reddish brown colour
20 terms
Week 8 Spelling and Vocabulary
angle
rectangle
deflect
tangle
the space or shape formed when two lines or surfaces meet eac…
a four-sided shape that is made up of two pairs of parallel l…
to cause something that is moving to change direction
to become or cause something to become twisted together
angle
the space or shape formed when two lines or surfaces meet eac…
rectangle
a four-sided shape that is made up of two pairs of parallel l…
15 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary List 5
invade
investigate
manage
maneuver
to send armed force into another country in order to take it…
to find out as much as possible about something
to be in charge, such as a store or business
to move something carefully
invade
to send armed force into another country in order to take it…
investigate
to find out as much as possible about something
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SPELLING VOCABULARY
gravely
fragment
atmosphere
tranquil
seriously
a small part that had broken off
the mood: feeling
peaceful
gravely
seriously
fragment
a small part that had broken off
14 terms
Frindle Spelling and Vocabulary 2
acquire
cursive
linoleum
oath
get
writing where all the letters are joined
a floor covering
A promise
acquire
get
cursive
writing where all the letters are joined
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Spelling and Vocabulary 4
Antics
Disdainful
Impose
Inquisition
Silly or comical actions, pranks.
Feeling or showing contempt, scorn or unworthiness.
To thrust something upon others.
Any strict or thorough questioning.
Antics
Silly or comical actions, pranks.
Disdainful
Feeling or showing contempt, scorn or unworthiness.
10 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary Quiz- Lesson 5
curriculum
defamation
deprivation
derelict
(Noun) The complete program of classes required by a school
(Noun) is a false communication or careless disregard for the…
(Noun). Lacking the necessities of life, the condition of bei…
(adj.) abandoned, run-down (Even though it was dangerous, the…
curriculum
(Noun) The complete program of classes required by a school
defamation
(Noun) is a false communication or careless disregard for the…
50 terms
Spelling&Vocabulary
aardwolf
ab extrá
abbé
Abbevillian
...
Latin for "From Outside"
(From France) an abbot or other cleric
...
aardwolf
...
ab extrá
Latin for "From Outside"
10 terms
bi- Spelling and Vocabulary
bicolor
bicuspid
bicycle
biennial
having two different colors
a two-pointed tooth located in the side of the jaw
a vehicle with two wheels
happening every two years
bicolor
having two different colors
bicuspid
a two-pointed tooth located in the side of the jaw
17 terms
2nd grade vocabulary and spelling
depart
guest
handkerchief
nutcracker
depart
guest
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3rd grade spelling and vocabulary
garland
ornament
decorations
december
garland
ornament
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spelling and vocabulary inside Lesson 2
ability
design
device
exist
"competence in an activity"
"to prepare, sketch, or plan" especially for a structure or d…
"a thing made for a particular purpose especially for electro…
"to be, being, or to have life or animation"
ability
"competence in an activity"
design
"to prepare, sketch, or plan" especially for a structure or d…
8 terms
1st Grade Spelling and Vocabulary (D)
the
of
and
that
...
...
...
...
the
...
of
...
10 terms
7th grade spelling and vocabulary words
blameworthy
chide
defect
falsehood
deserving to be blamed
to yell at or show disapproval
a lack of something needed in order to be complete
a lie or false statement
blameworthy
deserving to be blamed
chide
to yell at or show disapproval
10 terms
Spelling vocabulary
Adent
Dolice
Fidelity
Resolve
Zealous, passionate, enthusiastic.
Obediant,tractable, easily managed.
Loyalty,constancy, devotion.
Determination, firmness of purpose.
Adent
Zealous, passionate, enthusiastic.
Dolice
Obediant,tractable, easily managed.
15 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary 1
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
verb... delay or postpone action; put off doing something... "it wo…
adjective... 1.... spending money or resources freely and recklessl…
noun... a person, especially a young one, endowed with exception…
adjective... relating or devoted to that which is not sacred or…
Procrastinate
verb... delay or postpone action; put off doing something... "it wo…
Prodigal
adjective... 1.... spending money or resources freely and recklessl…
15 terms
Spelling/vocabulary
Miracle
Miraculous
Carcass
Idle
Something that happens outside of science
Happening like a miracle
Dead body
Not working; not acting
Miracle
Something that happens outside of science
Miraculous
Happening like a miracle
Unit:13 Spelling and vocabulary
Nourish
Shackle
Futile
Explore
To feed and provide the things nessasary for lifes growth.
To restrain or confire someone or something.
Having no useful result; not sucsessful of no importance.
To search for or travel for the porpus of discovery.
Nourish
To feed and provide the things nessasary for lifes growth.
Shackle
To restrain or confire someone or something.
18 terms
Penguin Chick Spelling and Vocabulary
finish
pilot
even
wagon
to reach the end of something, to stop
a person who flies an airplane, helicopter, etc.
having a flat, smooth, or level surface... or equal
a vehicle with four wheels that is used for carrying heavy lo…
finish
to reach the end of something, to stop
pilot
a person who flies an airplane, helicopter, etc.
12 terms
Week 1 Spelling and vocabulary
tweeter
woofer
astronaut
cosmonaut
an instrument making high-pitched audio sounds
an instrument making low-pitched audio sounds
member of a spacecraft crew
a Soviet astronaut
tweeter
an instrument making high-pitched audio sounds
woofer
an instrument making low-pitched audio sounds
20 terms
Spelling / vocabulary
Bulwark
Culminate
Engulf
Feasible
Something that provides protection
To reach the end
To flow over or cover something or someone
Possible to do
Bulwark
Something that provides protection
Culminate
To reach the end
201 terms
UIL 2015-16: Spelling and Vocabulary
ab initio
abattoir
abelia, Abelia
abrogate
adv., adj. ... LATIN. ... From the beginning (used in formal or l…
noun.... FRENCH.... a slaughterhouse.
noun.... LATIN.... any of several shrubs belonging to the genus "…
verb.... LATIN.... repeal or do away with (a law, right, or forma…
ab initio
adv., adj. ... LATIN. ... From the beginning (used in formal or l…
abattoir
noun.... FRENCH.... a slaughterhouse.
9 terms
Poly- Spelling and Vocabulary Practice
polychromatic
polyclinic
polydactyl
polyglot
having many different colors
a hospital that treats many different kinds diseases
having many fingers or toes (more than the normal number)
a person who knows how to speak, read or write many languages
polychromatic
having many different colors
polyclinic
a hospital that treats many different kinds diseases
10 terms
Spelling and vocabulary march 14
Invent
Tangled
Dodging
Shouted
To make something new
Mixed up
avoiding
Spoke very loud
Invent
To make something new
Tangled
Mixed up
15 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary April 12th
suburb
lurches
metropolitan
perspective
A residential district located on the outskirts of a city.
an act or instance of swaying abruptly
having to do with a city and its surrounding communities
Point of view
suburb
A residential district located on the outskirts of a city.
lurches
an act or instance of swaying abruptly
12 terms
Spelling and vocabulary 12/5
narrow-minded
worn-out
first-rate
three-quarters
not willing to accept opinions, beliefs, or behaviors that ar…
too old or damaged from use to be used any longer
of the best quality : excellent
an amount equal to three of the four parts which make up some…
narrow-minded
not willing to accept opinions, beliefs, or behaviors that ar…
worn-out
too old or damaged from use to be used any longer
20 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
chef
gourmet
buffet
saute'
A head or chief;, a professional cook
A person who likes fine food and is a good judge of its quali…
(v.) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force…
to fry lightly and quickly;, To cook in a small amount of fat.
chef
A head or chief;, a professional cook
gourmet
A person who likes fine food and is a good judge of its quali…
9 terms
Spelling vocabulary
accent
vowel
consonant
homophone
to emphasize, to highlight
A, e , i, o, u and sometimes y
A speech sound made by partial or complete closure of part of…
One of two or more words pronounced alike but different in me…
accent
to emphasize, to highlight
vowel
A, e , i, o, u and sometimes y
17 terms
Spelling/Vocabulary
quadruped
sough
pinafore
benumbed
four footed animal
making a whistling/ rustling sound
a sleeveless apron like garment worn over a child's dress
deprive of physical or emotional feeling
quadruped
four footed animal
sough
making a whistling/ rustling sound
10 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary week 2
little
work
know
place
small in size
exertion of effort; labor
to understand
a region or area
little
small in size
work
exertion of effort; labor
23 terms
Gibran vocabulary and spelling 2
page
nose
space
size
página
nariz
espacio
talla
page
página
nose
nariz
10 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary Cycle 1
Bialik
student
English
Israel
A Jewish day school in Melbourne.
A person who goes to school or university.
The language that they speak in England as well as a subject…
The Jewish country in the Middle East.
Bialik
A Jewish day school in Melbourne.
student
A person who goes to school or university.
18 terms
Amos and Boris spelling and vocabulary
burst
marvel
noonday
telescope
bursting
marveled
noonday
telescope
burst
bursting
marvel
marveled
10 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary week 1
Over
new
art
take
above in place or position
fresh or unused
a field, genre, or category of art
to seize or capture
Over
above in place or position
new
fresh or unused
10 terms
Week 6 Spelling and Vocabulary
Doldrums:
Genuine:
Ingot:
Lexicon:
A state or period of sadness, depression, or inactivity. The…
Sincerely and honestly felt.
A solid piece of metal molded into a shape that is easy to st…
The words used in a language or by a particular group of peop…
Doldrums:
A state or period of sadness, depression, or inactivity. The…
Genuine:
Sincerely and honestly felt.
16 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary List 4
hesitate
hostile
humanity
hysterical
to pause before doing something
unfriendly or angry
all human beings
to laugh or cry a lot because of excitement
hesitate
to pause before doing something
hostile
unfriendly or angry
17 terms
Northeast Vocabulary and Spelling Words
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
(New England Colony) It was founded in 1692 by John Mason for…
Vermont is a state in the New England region of the northeast…
Massachusetts, officially the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,…
A New England or Northern colony. It was the smallest of the…
New Hampshire
(New England Colony) It was founded in 1692 by John Mason for…
Vermont
Vermont is a state in the New England region of the northeast…
18 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary Unit 30
possible
edible
terrible
invisible
likely or probable
safe to eat
awful or dreadful
impossible to see; hidden from view
possible
likely or probable
edible
safe to eat
10 terms
Frindle Spelling and Vocabulary 3
rowdy
phony
fad
pucker
a rough, loud person
a fake, a liar, not real
something that is very popular for a short time, then forgotten
wrinkle as in the lips
rowdy
a rough, loud person
phony
a fake, a liar, not real
30 terms
Vocabulary and Spelling list 1
affinity
burly
divert
elated
a spontaneous or natural liking or sympathy for someone or so…
large and strong; heavily built
cause (someone or something) to change course or turn from on…
make (someone) ecstatically happy.
affinity
a spontaneous or natural liking or sympathy for someone or so…
burly
large and strong; heavily built
10 terms
Week 4 Spelling/Vocabulary
Multimedia
Microscope
Antibiotic
Megabyte
Different types of media including text, video, sound, graphi…
An instrument that makes small objects look larger
A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth without…
a unit of formation equal to one million bytes
Multimedia
Different types of media including text, video, sound, graphi…
Microscope
An instrument that makes small objects look larger
30 terms
Vocabulary/ Spelling
monotonous
dignity
occasional
contentment
repetive,tedious, or boring
self respect
every once in a while; infrequent
satisfaction
monotonous
repetive,tedious, or boring
dignity
self respect
22 terms
Week 10 Spelling and vocabulary
kindness
darkness
awareness
forgiveness
quality of being friendly and considerate
the state of being dark
Ability to notice what others overlook
Stopping blaming someone and/or pardoning them for what they…
kindness
quality of being friendly and considerate
darkness
the state of being dark
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