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Wordly Wise Book 5 Lesson 14 (Spelling)
Access (n)
Associate (v)
Boisterous (adj)
Brilliant (adj)
Access
Associate
Boisterous
Brilliant
Access (n)
Access
Associate (v)
Associate
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Tutoring Vocabulary Spelling Lesson 14
intruder
ravine
carcasses
skimming
Someone who trespasses
a deep, narrow gorge
Bodies of dead animals
Rapid, superficial reading of materials to determine the cent…
intruder
Someone who trespasses
ravine
a deep, narrow gorge
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Spelling & Vocabulary Lesson 14
access
associate
boisterous
brilliant
Freedom or permission to enter
To bring together in the mind
Noisy and uncontrolled
very bright; sparkling; very clever; smart
access
Freedom or permission to enter
associate
To bring together in the mind
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Spelling & Vocabulary Lesson 14
access
associate
boisterous
brilliant
the act of approaching or entering
keep company with
noisy and lacking in restraint or discipline
full of light
access
the act of approaching or entering
associate
keep company with
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Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 14 - Spelling
allege
conclusive
counterpart
dismal
...
...
...
...
allege
...
conclusive
...
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Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 14 - Spelling
vanquish
tyrant
relinquish
opportunity
...
...
...
...
vanquish
...
tyrant
...
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lesson 14 spelling/vocabulary
elongates
elastic
rigid
accumulate
stretches to longer length.
something that stretches easily.
something that is stiff and does not change shape easily.
something that collects over time
elongates
stretches to longer length.
elastic
something that stretches easily.
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Spelling and Vocabulary Words - Lesson 14
abundant
behold
colossal
destiny
more than enough
to hold in view
huge, very big
something that is certain to happen, fate
abundant
more than enough
behold
to hold in view
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Wordly Wise 9 spelling - lesson 14
amass
articulate
decimate
dexterous
amass
articulate
decimate
dexterous
amass
amass
articulate
articulate
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Wordly Wise 5 lesson 14 - spelling
access
associate
boisterous
brilliant
access
associate
boisterous
brilliant
access
access
associate
associate
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Lesson 14 Vocabulary: Spelling
Similarity
Humanity
Publicity
Severity
When things are alike but not exactly the same, they share a…
Because you are a member of the human race, you are part of a…
If you attract attention to something by advertising or givin…
Something has ____ if it is very strict, stern, or harsh
Similarity
When things are alike but not exactly the same, they share a…
Humanity
Because you are a member of the human race, you are part of a…
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Lesson 14 Vocabulary/Spelling
compose
dampen
doleful
indefinite
to make up; to constitute; to assemble
to depress, discourage, or deaden; also, to moisten
in low spirits; gloomy; downhearted
not clearly defined; with no set limits
compose
to make up; to constitute; to assemble
dampen
to depress, discourage, or deaden; also, to moisten
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Spelling/Vocabulary Lesson 14
Academically
Annual
Basically
Dramatic
Having to do with education.
Yearly; Once a Year
Main;Fundamentally;being the base.
Having to do with drama.
Academically
Having to do with education.
Annual
Yearly; Once a Year
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Spelling/Vocabulary Lesson 14
bacement
basis
bass
composition
n. The lowest floor, partly or fully below the ground.
n. The foundation, the part that supports something.
adj. Having deep, low tones.
n. 1. the act or the result of making something in writing, a…
bacement
n. The lowest floor, partly or fully below the ground.
basis
n. The foundation, the part that supports something.
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lesson 14 week 14 spelling/vocabulary.
elongates
elastic
rigid
accumulate
something that elongates stretches to a longer length.
something that elastic stretches easily.
an object that is rigid is stiff and does not change a shape…
when things accumulate they collect overtime.
elongates
something that elongates stretches to a longer length.
elastic
something that elastic stretches easily.
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ELA Spelling and Vocabulary--Lesson 14
architect
betray
desperate
district
(n.) a person who designs plans for the construction of build…
(v.) to deceive; to turn against someone
(adj.) in a state resulting from a loss of hope; having a gre…
(n.) a defined area or region; a geographical or political di…
architect
(n.) a person who designs plans for the construction of build…
betray
(v.) to deceive; to turn against someone
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Spelling/Vocabulary Lesson 14
Academically
Annual
Basically
Dramatic
Having to do with education.
Yearly; Once a Year
Main;Fundamentally;being the base.
Having to do with drama.
Academically
Having to do with education.
Annual
Yearly; Once a Year
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Spelling lesson 14
fur
shirt
bird
burn
pelo de animal
camisa
pajaro
quemada
fur
pelo de animal
shirt
camisa
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wordly wise spelling lesson 14 grade 7
allege
conclusive
counterpart
enthrall
to state a fact without proof; claimed to be true
putting to end to doubt; convincing
a person or thing that is similar to another
to hold attention of like under a spell
allege
to state a fact without proof; claimed to be true
conclusive
putting to end to doubt; convincing
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Tlingit Spelling Book - Lesson 14 - j
jáajee
jánwoo
jinkaat
du jín
snowshoes
mountain goat
10
his hand
jáajee
snowshoes
jánwoo
mountain goat
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Spelling, Dictation, and Vocabulary: Lesson 14
Vicariously
Zealous
Nefarious
Acknowledge
adj. 1. serving or acting for another... 2. done or suffered for…
adj. 1. filled with or showing enthusiasm... 2. marked by a pass…
adj. very wicked
v. 1. to recognize the rights or authority of ... 2. to admit th…
Vicariously
adj. 1. serving or acting for another... 2. done or suffered for…
Zealous
adj. 1. filled with or showing enthusiasm... 2. marked by a pass…
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Spelling workout lesson 14 book d
coming
loved
raking
served
x
x
x
x
coming
x
loved
x
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Wordly Wise Book 5 Lesson 14 (Vocabulary)
Access (n)
Associate (v)
Boisterous (adj)
Brilliant (adj)
Freedom or permission to enter.
To come or be together as friends of companions.
Noisy and uncontrolled.
Very clever or smart.
Access (n)
Freedom or permission to enter.
Associate (v)
To come or be together as friends of companions.
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Spelling Workout Book H Lesson 14
abrupt
complex
implicate
inexplicable
coming or happening suddenly, without warning
made up of different parts connected in a way that is hard to…
to show that someone has had a part, especially in something…
that cannot be explained or understood
abrupt
coming or happening suddenly, without warning
complex
made up of different parts connected in a way that is hard to…
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Spelling Workout Book H Lesson 14
abrupt
complex
implicate
inexplicable
X
X
X
X
abrupt
X
complex
X
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Lesson 14 - Spelling
barrel
cannon
capital
civil
a cylindrical container that holds liquids
a society with government, culture, and typically written rec…
barrel
a cylindrical container that holds liquids
cannon
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7th Grade: Lesson 14 Spelling & Vocabulary
abundant
behold
colossal
destiny
More than enough; very plentiful.
To hold in view; to look at.
Huge; astonishingly large.
Something that is certain to happen; fate.
abundant
More than enough; very plentiful.
behold
To hold in view; to look at.
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Unit 4 Lesson 14 Spelling/Vocabulary
traveling
inventor
participating
amusement
to make a trip or journey
someone who creates new devices/technology
taking part in an activity
finding something funny
traveling
to make a trip or journey
inventor
someone who creates new devices/technology
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Spelling Workout Lesson 14 Book F
brawny
laundry
taught
paused
x
x
x
x
brawny
x
laundry
x
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spelling workout lesson 14 book e
mistake
endanger
enable
immerse
x
x
x
x
mistake
x
endanger
x
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Wordly Wise Book 5, Lesson 6 (Spelling)
abolish
agony
catapult
character
abolish
agony
catapult
character
abolish
abolish
agony
agony
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Wordly Wise Book 5 Lesson 7 (Spelling)
colony
compensate
deposit
fascinate
colony
compensate
deposit
fascinate
colony
colony
compensate
compensate
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Wordly Wise Book 5, Lesson 12 (Spelling)
convalesce (v.)
dedicate (v.)
dictate (v.)
exasperate (v.)
convalesce
dedicate
dictate
exasperate
convalesce (v.)
convalesce
dedicate (v.)
dedicate
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Spectrum Spelling Lesson 14
Letters
Thousands
Databases
Languages
Standard characters used in writing or printing; Writing or p…
Two or more thousands.
Places where computers store information for ease of use.
Words, sounds pronounciations, and methods of combining words…
Letters
Standard characters used in writing or printing; Writing or p…
Thousands
Two or more thousands.
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Spelling - Lesson 14
access
associate
boisterous
brilliant
Freedom or permission to enter; a way of approach or entry
To bring together in the mind; to come or be together as frie…
Noisy and uncontrolled
Very bright; sparkling; very clever or smart
access
Freedom or permission to enter; a way of approach or entry
associate
To bring together in the mind; to come or be together as frie…
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Vocabulary & Spelling: Lesson 14 (8th Grade)
abstain
balderdash
canny
dogged
To hold back from doing or participating in something.
Talk or writing that is worthless because it makes no sense.
Clever and cautious; showing sharp understanding in one's dea…
Not giving in readily; staying with an activity in a steady w…
abstain
To hold back from doing or participating in something.
balderdash
Talk or writing that is worthless because it makes no sense.
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Wordly Wise book 5 lesson 11 Spelling
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
accelerate
accelerate
altitude
altitude
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 5 spelling
confiscate
audacious
conscientious
depict
to take by force
daring; willing to take risks
thorough; pays attention to detail; careful
describe; to give a picture of
confiscate
to take by force
audacious
daring; willing to take risks
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Wordly Wise Book 5 Lesson 9 (Spelling)
absurd
accomplish
accomplishment
ascend
absurd
accomplish
accomplishment
ascend
absurd
absurd
accomplish
accomplish
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Wordly Wise book 5 lesson 11 Spelling
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
accelerate
accelerate
altitude
altitude
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Wordly Wise Book 5 Lesson 1 Spelling
Accustom
Alert
Assignment
Budge
Too make familiar, normal use to.
Watchfull,wide awake. To warn to be ready. A warning signial.
To select for a position or for what has to be done. To give…
To move or shift.
Accustom
Too make familiar, normal use to.
Alert
Watchfull,wide awake. To warn to be ready. A warning signial.
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Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 14 Vocabulary
allege
alleged
allegation
conclusive
To state as a fact but without offering proof.
Claimed to be true.
Something that is alleged.
Putting an end to doubt; convincing.
allege
To state as a fact but without offering proof.
alleged
Claimed to be true.
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 14 Vocabulary
congenial
decipher
dissect
enigma
adj. 1. getting along well with others; affable... 2. suited to…
v. 1. to convert from a code or secret writing into ordinary…
v. 1. to cut into in order to study... 2. to study closely; to a…
n. anything that is puzzling, mysterious, or hard to figure o…
congenial
adj. 1. getting along well with others; affable... 2. suited to…
decipher
v. 1. to convert from a code or secret writing into ordinary…
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Spelling Lesson 14
book
look
moon
pool
libro
observar
luna
alberca
book
libro
look
observar
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Spelling Words - Level 7 Lesson 14
congenial
decipher
dissect
enigma
...
...
...
...
congenial
...
decipher
...
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G7 Wordly Wise - Lesson 14
allege
conclusive
counterpart
dismal
(v) to state as a fact but without offering proof / (증거 없이) 혐…
Putting an end to doubt; convincing
A person or thing that is similar to another
Dark or extremely gloomy... Causing misery or sadness; depressing
allege
(v) to state as a fact but without offering proof / (증거 없이) 혐…
conclusive
Putting an end to doubt; convincing
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Spelling (Wordly Wise book 7) Lesson 5
adequate
administer
agitate
capitulate
enough; sufficient
to manage or direct
to disturb or upset
to give in
adequate
enough; sufficient
administer
to manage or direct
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Wordly Wise Book 10 Lesson 14 (Vocabulary)
Aberration
Antiquated
Celestial
Certitude
(N) 1. A departure from the norm or what is considered right,…
(Adj) Grown old; out-of-date.
(Adj) 1. Of or relating to the skies or heavens.... 2. Heavenly,…
(N) The state of being certain of the truth or rightness of s…
Aberration
(N) 1. A departure from the norm or what is considered right,…
Antiquated
(Adj) Grown old; out-of-date.
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Wordly Wise Book 4 Lesson 9 (Spelling)
advantage
astonish
astonishment
confirm
advantage
astonish
astonishment
confirm
advantage
advantage
astonish
astonish
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Spelling Challenge Words Lesson 14
Average
Fragile
Image
Pledge
...
...
...
...
Average
...
Fragile
...
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