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95 terms
Spelling & Vocabulary
ab extra
abbé
abiological
abscission
from outside; (political) from a third party in a court case
(in France) an abbot or
not biological; especially not involving or produced by organ…
n. the natural detachment of parts of a plant, typically dead…
ab extra
from outside; (political) from a third party in a court case
abbé
(in France) an abbot or
spelling
their
there
they're
because
Ownership - They are playing with _______ toys.
Place - Over _________ is your ball.
Contraction for they are - ________ brushing their teeth.
Tells why - The climate may be warmer __________ of the green…
their
Ownership - They are playing with _______ toys.
there
Place - Over _________ is your ball.
349 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
ab initio
absolution
acrid
ad interim
from the beginning (used chiefly in formal or legal contexts).
formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment.
having an irritatingly strong and unpleasant taste or smell.
in the meantime or temporarily
ab initio
from the beginning (used chiefly in formal or legal contexts).
absolution
formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment.
20 terms
spelling
bunch
fruit
argue
crew
...
...
...
...
bunch
...
fruit
...
10 terms
SPelling
abduction
abuse
accurate
actress
Kidnapping
physical or emotional harm to someone
correct
woman who acts in a play or movie
abduction
Kidnapping
abuse
physical or emotional harm to someone
Spelling
Apple
Kite
Gate
Fox
...
Fly
Some thing that opens
Animal
Apple
...
Kite
Fly
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light
transportain
phonixs
lens
something to make it not dark
to move around
to teach
something on a camera
light
something to make it not dark
transportain
to move around
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Spelling
Filth
Fumbling
holt
Midget
not clean, dirty;
handling clumsily or nervously
Slang for hold
a person who is abnormally small
Filth
not clean, dirty;
Fumbling
handling clumsily or nervously
12 terms
Spelling
carcass
Gnaw
Scallop
Quarrelsome
Carcass
Gnaw
Scallop
Quarrelsome
carcass
Carcass
Gnaw
Gnaw
40 terms
Spelling
Devastate
Forgotten
Conscious
Saturday
...
...
...
...
Devastate
...
Forgotten
...
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spelling
reaction
prerecorded
incorrectly
incredibly
reaction
prerecorded
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spelling
abroad
against
captain
coaching
abroad
against
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Spelling
Rowed
Road
Rode
sale
A street
Rowed
Road
A street
19 terms
Spelling
onions
Salmon
aircraft
reflexes
onions
Salmon
64 terms
Spelling
wolf (say plural)
woman (say plural)
goose (say plural)
knife (say plural)
wolves
women
geese
knives
wolf (say plural)
wolves
woman (say plural)
women
29 terms
Spelling
Astronaut
Bell
Cellular
Envelope
Astronaut
Bell
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Spelling
Chemical
Impeach
metabolism
essential
Subtance used in a chemical process
Accused of a seious crime against the government
process by which nutrition takes place
cause people to accept
Chemical
Subtance used in a chemical process
Impeach
Accused of a seious crime against the government
10 terms
Spelling
License
Profile
Smoky
Bicep
I
License
Profile
16 terms
Spelling
jug
stump
tumble
hunt
jug
stump
140 terms
Spelling
bridge
street
city
cities
мост
улица
город
города
bridge
мост
street
улица
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spelling
stinks
insults
crust
topic
stinks
insults
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spelling
clip
clock
flag
flip
clip
clock
10 terms
Spelling
How do you spell your name?
J - U - L - I - A.
B-A-R-A-K.
B-I double L.
How do you spell your name?
J - U - L - I - A.
20 terms
Week 18 Spelling & Vocabulary
shook
cubes
shoe
spoon
sacudió
cubos
zapato
cuchara
shook
sacudió
cubes
cubos
8 terms
Spelling
sports bag
sports centre
meeting
lift
sports bag
sports centre
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Spelling
Prepare
Foretell
Postpone
Afternoon
manufacture, compound, or compose
to to tell of beforehand; predict; prophesy.
to put off to a later time; defer:
the time from noon until evening.
Prepare
manufacture, compound, or compose
Foretell
to to tell of beforehand; predict; prophesy.
10 terms
Spelling
Carrots
Crawls
Homework
Hurry
Carrots
Crawls
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Spelling
stick
limb
swim
fish
My dog likes to play with a _____________.
The tree ___________ had fallen on the roof during the storm.
The boy went for a _____________ in the lake.
stick
My dog likes to play with a _____________.
limb
The tree ___________ had fallen on the roof during the storm.
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spelling vocabulary
convince
gust
pace
sneer
cause someone to believe firmly in something
a brief strong burst of wind
walk at a steady or consistent speed
a mocking smile remark or tone
convince
cause someone to believe firmly in something
gust
a brief strong burst of wind
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Spelling
rock
lost
cost
long
needs to be found
price of something
rock
lost
needs to be found
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spelling/vocabulary
burglar
shepherd
circulate
orchard
a person who commits burglary
a person who tends and rears sheep
move or cause to move continuously or freely through a closed…
a piece of land planted with fruit and trees
burglar
a person who commits burglary
shepherd
a person who tends and rears sheep
20 terms
Spelling/Vocabulary
Caret
Formula
Omit
Version
insert missing words or word
A formula is an expression entered in a cell that performs nu…
to leave out; fail to include or mention
A way of presenting, a point of view
Caret
insert missing words or word
Formula
A formula is an expression entered in a cell that performs nu…
24 terms
Spelling
Scare
gear
compare
hear
Scare
gear
15 terms
Spelling
crab
stamp
cape
safe
You might find a ______________ on a beach.
When you mail a letter it must have a ____________.
Batman wears a _____________.
I feel ___________ when I am with my family.
crab
You might find a ______________ on a beach.
stamp
When you mail a letter it must have a ____________.
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Spelling
bug
truck
plug
drum
A ___________ flew and landed on the little girl's ice cream.
What kind of _____________ do you like?
The boy liked to play on the _______________ at church.
bug
A ___________ flew and landed on the little girl's ice cream.
truck
What kind of _____________ do you like?
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Spelling
lock
sock
red
dock
lock
sock
15 terms
Spelling
rock
mop
box
lock
Please use the _________________ to clean up the spilled milk.
You might want to ______________ your front door when you lea…
rock
mop
Please use the _________________ to clean up the spilled milk.
21 terms
Unit 4 Spelling Vocabulary words
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
to find not guilty... The jury will__________ him of the crime.
to have an opinion... The fun fair was __________ed to be a gr…
destroy... A tornado can __________a town.
to make people not trust someone... The kids __________ed thei…
acquit
to find not guilty... The jury will__________ him of the crime.
deem
to have an opinion... The fun fair was __________ed to be a gr…
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Spelling List 21 Vocabulary
viv, vita (root)
en- (prefix)
pre- (prefix)
-ly (suffix)
alive, live
in, into
before
like, having the quality of; in the manner of
viv, vita (root)
alive, live
en- (prefix)
in, into
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Spelling Vocabulary Unit 3
barrage
bigot
designate
diversity
a rapid, large scale outpouring of something
an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
to indicate, point out, to appoint; selected but not yet inst…
difference, variety; a condition having many different types…
barrage
a rapid, large scale outpouring of something
bigot
an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
20 terms
Spelling: Unit 1 Vocabulary
pattern
album
labor
vacation
n. a design or figure. The vase has a flowered pattern.
n. a. a book with blank pages on which photographs, stamps, e…
n. physical work. Moving these stones is hard labor.
n. a period of time during which one is free from work or sch…
pattern
n. a design or figure. The vase has a flowered pattern.
album
n. a. a book with blank pages on which photographs, stamps, e…
20 terms
Spelling: Unit 2 Vocabulary
text
feeble
gravity
dealt
n. a. written or printed words. see the text under the map on…
adj. without much strength; weak. Newborn animals are often f…
n. the force that draws all objects toward the center of the…
v. past tense and past participle of deal.
text
n. a. written or printed words. see the text under the map on…
feeble
adj. without much strength; weak. Newborn animals are often f…
21 terms
Spelling List 19 Vocabulary
voc (root)
uni (root)
per (prefix)
extra-, extro- (prefix)
voice, to call
one
through, thoroughly
outside, beyond
voc (root)
voice, to call
uni (root)
one
8 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
elite
choir
bouquet
garage
superior or the best
an organized group of singers
a bunch of flowers in an arrangement
a building to house motor vehicles or vehicles
elite
superior or the best
choir
an organized group of singers
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Spelling Unit 2 vocabulary
contemporary
disinterested
arid
constrain
belonging to the same period of time as someone else; a perso…
fair-minded; free from selfish motives
extremely dry
to force, compel, restrain, hold back
contemporary
belonging to the same period of time as someone else; a perso…
disinterested
fair-minded; free from selfish motives
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spelling
cat
at
Hat
boy
cat
at
hat
boy
cat
cat
at
at
20 terms
Unit 4 Spelling Vocabulary
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge completely;…
to think, believe, to consider, have an opinion
to destroy, lay waste, leave in ruins
to throw doubt upon, cause to be distrusted; to damage in rep…
acquit
to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge completely;…
deem
to think, believe, to consider, have an opinion
21 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
adapt
agriculture
artifact
assistant
to change your behavior so that it is easier to live in a par…
the science or occupation of farming
a handmade object, as a tool, or the remains of one, as a sha…
a person who assists or gives aid and support; helper.
adapt
to change your behavior so that it is easier to live in a par…
agriculture
the science or occupation of farming
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Spelling: Unit 3 Vocabulary
attic
ideal
limit
confide
n. a room just below the roof of the house. We found a big bo…
n. a perfect type; an idea of something that is perfect. Our…
n. the greatest amount permitted. The speed limit on the stre…
v. to trust one's secret to another. Pedro confided his plan…
attic
n. a room just below the roof of the house. We found a big bo…
ideal
n. a perfect type; an idea of something that is perfect. Our…
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Spelling List 22 Vocabulary
unilateral
advocate
revoked
permanent
one-sided
a person who pleads the cause of another; a lawyer
repealed; canceled
lasting
unilateral
one-sided
advocate
a person who pleads the cause of another; a lawyer
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