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Cros-Lex 5th Grade Spelling List 1 Fry Words
done
English
road
half
I am now done with my work.
1689 laws protecting the rights of English subjects and Parli…
The abbreviation for road is RD. I am traveling on a paved ro…
Half of our class is girls and the other half are boys.
done
I am now done with my work.
English
1689 laws protecting the rights of English subjects and Parli…
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
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.
15 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
destiny
monkeys
studio
nifty
(noun) fate
(noun) primates that are smaller than apes and have long tails
(noun) a place to study various performing arts
(adjective) handy
destiny
(noun) fate
monkeys
(noun) primates that are smaller than apes and have long tails
105 terms
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
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…
Spelling/Vocabulary
Caution
Decisions
Discover
Private
To watch out and be careful
To choose between one thing or another
To explore to find new things
Something secret
Caution
To watch out and be careful
Decisions
To choose between one thing or another
Spelling Vocabulary
analyze
cite
compare
articulate
to break something down into parts and study it
to quote exactly from a source
to find similarities among things
to express something clearly
analyze
to break something down into parts and study it
cite
to quote exactly from a source
20 terms
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
20 terms
Spelling - Unit 7 Vocabulary
routine
proof
through
introduce
a standard set of activities performed regulary
anything that shows that something is correct or true
in one side and out the opposite side
being brought in or acquainted with
routine
a standard set of activities performed regulary
proof
anything that shows that something is correct or true
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
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
Spelling List 20 Vocabulary
vacate
evacuate
diversion
introvert
to leave
to remove from a dangerous area
a turning aside from a course or activity; a pastime
"to turn inward"; a person who concentrates mostly on his own…
vacate
to leave
evacuate
to remove from a dangerous area
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
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
20 terms
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…
20 terms
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…
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
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
Spelling List 17 Vocabulary
metropolitan
abruptly
miscalculate
aptitude
traits associated with a sizeable city or urban area
broken off suddenly; curtly
to come up with the wrong answer
talent; ability
metropolitan
traits associated with a sizeable city or urban area
abruptly
broken off suddenly; curtly
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
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.
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
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
colony
separate
approximate
estimate
a group who settles in a new place but is still controled by…
to keep things apart from each other
more or less correct or exact
roughly calculate
colony
a group who settles in a new place but is still controled by…
separate
to keep things apart from each other
9 terms
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
18 terms
spelling and vocabulary
disagree
disapprove
disadvantage
disinfect
do NOT concur (think the same way)
have or express an unfavorable opinion about something
an unfavorable circumstance or condition that reduces the cha…
to clean (something) with a disinfectant in order to destroy…
disagree
do NOT concur (think the same way)
disapprove
have or express an unfavorable opinion about something
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…
11 terms
Spelling vocabulary
Unicellular
Monologue
Monorail
Bicycle
Having one cell
A speech given by one person
A single rail
A vehicle with two wheels
Unicellular
Having one cell
Monologue
A speech given by one person
Spelling/Vocabulary Review
anniversary
secretary
luckiest
greasiest
the date on which an event occurs every year; every year an e…
a person employed by an individual or in an office to assist…
having the most good things happen to you
covered with or resembling an oily substance
anniversary
the date on which an event occurs every year; every year an e…
secretary
a person employed by an individual or in an office to assist…
Spelling vocabulary
Alliance
Bewilder
Buffoon
Controversial
A joining together for some common purpose
To puzzle complete confuse
A clown a coarse stupid person
Arousing argument dispute or disagreement
Alliance
A joining together for some common purpose
Bewilder
To puzzle complete confuse
Lesson 8 Spelling Vocabulary
product
factors
mixed number
equation
answer to a multiplication problem
numbers that are multiplied to get a product
number that has a whole number part and fractional part
number sentence that uses equal sign to show two expressions…
product
answer to a multiplication problem
factors
numbers that are multiplied to get a product
Spelling vocabulary
Treacherous
Drudgery
Plunge
Smoldering
Dangerous and unpredictable
Hard unpleasant boring work
Rushing into something suddenly
Burning slowly from inside without flames
Treacherous
Dangerous and unpredictable
Drudgery
Hard unpleasant boring work
Lesson 18 Spelling Vocabulary
equivalent fractions
simplest form
waxing
waning
fractions that name the same part of a whole
fraction where greatest common factor of numerator and denomi…
amount of lighted area is increasing
amount of lighted area is decreasing
equivalent fractions
fractions that name the same part of a whole
simplest form
fraction where greatest common factor of numerator and denomi…
Unit 10 Spelling Vocabulary
evaluate
operation
area
Pilgrims
to find the value of an expression
addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division
number of square units needed to cover a surface/figure ... (L x…
group of colonists who left England in early 1500s in search…
evaluate
to find the value of an expression
operation
addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division
15 terms
Unit 1 Spelling/ Vocabulary
context
imagery
generalization
character
the words that are used with a certain word or phrase and tha…
language that causes people to imagine pictures in their mind
the act or of forming opinions that are based on a small amou…
a person who appears in a story, book, play, movie, or televi…
context
the words that are used with a certain word or phrase and tha…
imagery
language that causes people to imagine pictures in their mind
Spelling/Vocabulary
Affimative Speaking
Negative Speaking
Case
Rebuttal
Someone who is agreeing with a statement or to a request
Someone who is (of a person, attitude, or situation) not desi…
an instance of a particular situation; an example of somethin…
a refutation or contradiction.
Affimative Speaking
Someone who is agreeing with a statement or to a request
Negative Speaking
Someone who is (of a person, attitude, or situation) not desi…
348 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
ab initio
absolution
acrid
ad interim
from the beginning
Freeing from sin; guilt or blame .
marked by a sharp taste or smell; bitter
in the meantime.
ab initio
from the beginning
absolution
Freeing from sin; guilt or blame .
10 terms
spelling VOCABULARY
agrarian
foliage
erosion
vegetation
having to do with farming
the leaves of a plant
the wearing away of the earths topsoil by water and wind
plant life
agrarian
having to do with farming
foliage
the leaves of a plant
20 terms
Spelling/vocabulary
Repent
Reverie
Revocation
Scan
To feel truly sorry for one has done or has failed to do
A daydream
An act or instance of calling back
To examine
Repent
To feel truly sorry for one has done or has failed to do
Reverie
A daydream
1,500 terms
UIL Spelling and Vocabulary 2016
ab initio
abattoir
abelia, Abelia
abrogate
from the beginning
a slaughterhouse
cancel; deny; repeal
ab initio
from the beginning
abattoir
a slaughterhouse
20 terms
spelling vocabulary
commemorate
dire
epitaph
eulogy
to call to remembrance
extremely serious or urgent
a phrase or statement written in memory of a person who has d…
a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or somethin…
commemorate
to call to remembrance
dire
extremely serious or urgent
Vocabulary Spelling
apparel
besiege
compress
compress
apparel
besiege
compress
compress
apparel
apparel
besiege
besiege
20 terms
Spelling vocabulary
Gear
Spear
Sharp
Alarm
A toothed wheel that works with others to alter the relation…
A long pole with a sharp, pointed blade at one end.
acute.
Consternation.
Gear
A toothed wheel that works with others to alter the relation…
Spear
A long pole with a sharp, pointed blade at one end.
10 terms
spelling vocabulary
illegal
illogical
illegible
inexpensive
against the law
doesn't make sence
cannot read it
cheap; not expensive
illegal
against the law
illogical
doesn't make sence
spelling vocabularies
clothes
target
undescribable
cupboard
something we wear
goal
cant describe into words
something we put in it clothes
clothes
something we wear
target
goal
Spelling vocabulary
Abnormal
Capsize
Catastrophe
Decrease
not usual, not typical, strange
(v.) to turn bottom side up, upset
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
Going down or less
Abnormal
not usual, not typical, strange
Capsize
(v.) to turn bottom side up, upset
Spelling Vocabulary
afford
loan
profit
prosper
enough money to pay it
money burrow
amount of money left after all the business costs have been p…
do well and become successful
afford
enough money to pay it
loan
money burrow
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