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Wordly Wise Book 8
avid
brusque
concise
demean
1.Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed 2. eager;…
abrupt in manner or speech; gruff
short and to the point
to cause a lowering of self-esteem; to lower in reputation or…
avid
1.Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed 2. eager;…
brusque
abrupt in manner or speech; gruff
Wordly Wise Lesson 5
embark
conscientious
pilfer
slovenly
to go on board a ship at the start of a voyage
thorough; careful
to steal small amounts of little things
untidy; carelessly
embark
to go on board a ship at the start of a voyage
conscientious
thorough; careful
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Wordly Wise Lesson 4
accurate
approximate
course
depart
adj. able to give a correct reading or measurement... without mi…
adj. not exact, but close enough to be reasonably correct
n. the path over which something moves... a way of acting or beh…
v. to leave; to go away from a place... n. the act of leaving
accurate
adj. able to give a correct reading or measurement... without mi…
approximate
adj. not exact, but close enough to be reasonably correct
30 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 3
ancestor
ancestor
carnivore
carnivorous
a person from whom one is descended
an early kind of animal from which later ones have developed;…
a flesh-eating animal
flesh-eating
ancestor
a person from whom one is descended
ancestor
an early kind of animal from which later ones have developed;…
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Wordly Wise Lesson 7
alter
alter
alter
alter
To change in some way; to make or become different.
Let's _____________ our uniforms so they fit better.
We______________our plan and went to recess before lunch.
alter
To change in some way; to make or become different.
alter
13 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 14
access
associate
boisterous
brilliant
n. freedom or permission to enter... a way to approach or entry
v. to bring together in the mind... to come or be together as f…
adj. noisy and uncontrolled
adj. very bright; sparkling... very clever or smart
access
n. freedom or permission to enter... a way to approach or entry
associate
v. to bring together in the mind... to come or be together as f…
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Wordly Wise Lesson 3
ambition
auction
coast
coast
a strong wish to be good at something or to have something
a public sale. Each item is sold to the person who offers the…
the land beside the sea
to move without power or effort
ambition
a strong wish to be good at something or to have something
auction
a public sale. Each item is sold to the person who offers the…
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 14 - Spelling
allege
conclusive
counterpart
dismal
...
...
...
...
allege
...
conclusive
...
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 3
ancestor
carnivore
comprehend
duration
a person from whom one is descended... an early kind of animal f…
a flesh-eating animal
to understand
the time during which something lasts or continues
ancestor
a person from whom one is descended... an early kind of animal f…
carnivore
a flesh-eating animal
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Wordly Wise Lesson 8
assemble
banquet
cargo
cask
v. to bring together into a group, to gather; to put or fit t…
n. a large meal for many people; a feast
n. the load carried by a plane or ship
n. a barrel-shaped container, especially one for holding liqu…
assemble
v. to bring together into a group, to gather; to put or fit t…
banquet
n. a large meal for many people; a feast
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 11 - Spelling
ballast
buoyant
clamber
detach
...
...
...
...
ballast
...
buoyant
...
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 12- Spelling
woe
victor
sinister
siege
...
...
...
...
woe
...
victor
...
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 12 - Spelling
abduct
abode
abyss
arbitrate
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abduct
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abode
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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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Wordly Wise Set 3
accident
alarm
acrobat
bounce
anything that happens ... in an unplanned way
a signal, such as a bell or buzzer, ... that warns people or tel…
a person who does tricks ... that take great strength and good c…
to spring back after hitting ... something.
accident
anything that happens ... in an unplanned way
alarm
a signal, such as a bell or buzzer, ... that warns people or tel…
18 terms
Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 3 - Spelling
anonymous
anthology
conjecture
disposition
...
....
...
...
anonymous
...
anthology
....
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Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 13 - Spelling Words
adapt
deplete
efficient
fatigue
v. 1. to change to fit new conditions 2. to make changes in s…
v. to use up
adj. producing results without waste
n. a feeling of tiredness from work or exercise. v. to make o…
adapt
v. 1. to change to fit new conditions 2. to make changes in s…
deplete
v. to use up
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Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 11 - Spelling Words
abbreviate
appropriate
exclude
fanciful
to shorten by leaving out certain parts
acquire; take possession of for one's own use without permiss…
prevent from being included or considered or accepted
characterized by or showing fancy; capricious or whimsical in…
abbreviate
to shorten by leaving out certain parts
appropriate
acquire; take possession of for one's own use without permiss…
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wordly wise lesson 1 vocabulary words and spelling
abate
acknowledge
agent
authority
To become weaker; to decrease.
To admit the existence of.
A person who acts or does business for another. ; Something t…
The right to give orders, make decisions, or take action.
abate
To become weaker; to decrease.
acknowledge
To admit the existence of.
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Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 10 - Spelling Words
anticipate
bankrupt
brief
brisk
to look forward to; to expect
Unable to pay one's debt, left without any worth or value
Short; not long-lasting, a short explanation, a statement giv…
quick; active, stimulating; refreshing
anticipate
to look forward to; to expect
bankrupt
Unable to pay one's debt, left without any worth or value
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wordly wise 6 lesson 15 spelling
analyze
apprehensive
coincide
compose
to break down into separate parts in order to study
worried or uneasy about what might happen
1 to be in the same place or occur at the same time... 2 to be e…
1 to make by combining... 2 to create or write; as a poem or a s…
analyze
to break down into separate parts in order to study
apprehensive
worried or uneasy about what might happen
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Wordly Wise Lesson 4
active
active
active
astound
Taking part in; working
lively, quick, busy
moving around a lot; moving quickly
To surprise, amaze.
active
Taking part in; working
active
lively, quick, busy
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wordly wise spelling time lesson 5
audacious
confiscate
conscientious
depict
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...
...
...
audacious
...
confiscate
...
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 5 - Spelling
audacious
audacity
confiscate
conscientious
...
...
...
...
audacious
...
audacity
...
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Wordly Wise Lesson 2
aroma
beverage
bland
brittle
n. a smell or odor, especially a pleasant one
n. a liquid used as a drink
adj. lacking a strong flavor... not irritating, exciting, or di…
adj. easily broken; not flexible
aroma
n. a smell or odor, especially a pleasant one
beverage
n. a liquid used as a drink
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Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 13 - Spelling
adapt
deplete
efficient
fatigue
...
...
...
...
adapt
...
deplete
...
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8.11
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
(v.) to make larger, increase
Kind and gentle
a person with expert knowledge or discriminating tastes
to perceive or recognize
augment
(v.) to make larger, increase
benign
Kind and gentle
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 2 - Spelling
abrasion
abrasive
clad
corroborate
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...
...
...
abrasion
...
abrasive
...
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 3 - Spelling
anonymous
anthology
conjecture
disposition
...
...
...
...
anonymous
...
anthology
...
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 1 - Spelling
avid
brusque
brusqueness
concise
...
...
...
...
avid
...
brusque
...
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Wordly Wise Grade 8 Lesson 2 Spelling
abrasion
clad
corroborate
cursory
...
...
...
...
abrasion
...
clad
...
15 terms
Wordly Wise Spelling Words for Lesson 18
Plaudit
Devotee
Extravaganza
Resplendent
A demonstration of strong approval
An ardent follower
An elaborate and spectacular display or event.
Beautiful
Plaudit
A demonstration of strong approval
Devotee
An ardent follower
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Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 15 - Spelling
complement
component
conjure
emphasize
...
...
...
...
complement
...
component
...
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 13
accommodate
aggressive
bask
carcass
v. to have or to find room for... to do a favor for
adj. ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way…
v. to relax where it is pleasantly warm... to enjoy a warm or p…
n. the dead body of an animal
accommodate
v. to have or to find room for... to do a favor for
aggressive
adj. ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way…
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Wordly Wise Spelling Words for Lesson 17
blight
cite
clemency
eccentric
Any disease that damages plants
To mention or quote as a n example or authority.
Mercy shown in punishing or judging someone
Departing from accepted or normal behavior; odd.
blight
Any disease that damages plants
cite
To mention or quote as a n example or authority.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 7.7
beseech
consternation
delectable
garland
to beg, plead, implore
(n.) dismay, confusion
(adj.) delightful, highly enjoyable; deliciously flavored, sa…
a wreath or chain of leaves and flowers
beseech
to beg, plead, implore
consternation
(n.) dismay, confusion
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 13 - Spelling Words
adapt
deplete
efficient
fatigue
v. 1. to change to fit new conditions 2. to make changes in s…
v. to use up
adj. producing results without waste
n. a feeling of tiredness from work or exercise. v. to make o…
adapt
v. 1. to change to fit new conditions 2. to make changes in s…
deplete
v. to use up
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Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 14 - Spelling
vanquish
tyrant
relinquish
opportunity
...
...
...
...
vanquish
...
tyrant
...
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Wordly Wise Lesson One Book 5 (Spelling)
rite
wile
antiseptic
coherent
rite
wile
antiseptic
coherent
rite
rite
wile
wile
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Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 7 - Spelling Words
Brawl
Casual
Constant
Excel
A rough, noisy fight. To fight noisily.
Not planned. NOt regular; occasional. suitable for everyday u…
Not changing. Loyal; faithful. Without a pause; unending.
To do well; to be better or greater than others.
Brawl
A rough, noisy fight. To fight noisily.
Casual
Not planned. NOt regular; occasional. suitable for everyday u…
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Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 5 - Spelling
adequate
administer
agitate
capitulate
...
...
...
...
adequate
...
administer
...
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8.4
Abhor
Affable
Amiss
Despondent
To shrink from in disgust; to detest
Pleasant; approachable; gracious
In a wrong or imperfect way
Depressed from loss of hope or confidence; utterly discouraged
Abhor
To shrink from in disgust; to detest
Affable
Pleasant; approachable; gracious
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Wordly wise voc /spelling lesson #1
Avid
Brusque
Concise
Demean
1) Having a strong desire for,to the point of greed... 2) eager;…
Abrupt in manner or speech; gruff... Ness- the quality or state…
Short and to the point
To cause a lowering of self - esteem ; to lower in reputation…
Avid
1) Having a strong desire for,to the point of greed... 2) eager;…
Brusque
Abrupt in manner or speech; gruff... Ness- the quality or state…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 10 - Spelling Words
anticipate
bankrupt
brief
brisk
to look forward to; to expect
Unable to pay one's debt, left without any worth or value
Short; not long-lasting, a short explanation, a statement giv…
quick; active, stimulating; refreshing
anticipate
to look forward to; to expect
bankrupt
Unable to pay one's debt, left without any worth or value
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8.6
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
To bring before a court to face charges
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
anarchy
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
apprehend
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 9 - Spelling Words
accumulate
aggravate
conserve
contaminate
to increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or gath…
To make worse. To anger or annoy. A source of annoyance or ag…
1. to save by using carefully 2. the saving or protection of…
to harm by contact with something desirable.
accumulate
to increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or gath…
aggravate
To make worse. To anger or annoy. A source of annoyance or ag…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6 Lesson 16 spelling
a feeling of fear or nervous wonder an…
something that causes great loss and s…
to come together with great force; the…
a result or outcome; importance
awe
catastrophe
collide
consequence
a feeling of fear or nervous wonder an…
awe
something that causes great loss and s…
catastrophe
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Wordly Wise Book 8 lesson 3 spelling
anonymous
anthology
conjecture
disposition
of an unknown source or unrevealed name
collection of various writings such as songs stories or poems
a conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence
a persons mood- temperament ,
anonymous
of an unknown source or unrevealed name
anthology
collection of various writings such as songs stories or poems
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 7
colony
compensate
deposit
fascinate
n. a group of people, animals,or plants living close together…
v. to make up for, to be equivalent to ; to pay for... n. paymen…
v. to lay down; to put money into a bank account or to give a…
v. to attract; to strongly hold the interest of... adj. extremel…
colony
n. a group of people, animals,or plants living close together…
compensate
v. to make up for, to be equivalent to ; to pay for... n. paymen…
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Wordly Wise Lesson 7 Spelling Words
Alter
Alteration
Confuse
Confusion
v. - to change in some way
n- a change
v. -to make or become unclear or mixed up in the mind... v. - to…
n - a state of disorder
Alter
v. - to change in some way
Alteration
n- a change
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