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8TH GR VOCABULARY - SYNONYMS
antics
avowed
banter
bountiful
pranks, shenanigans
admitted, sworn
raillery, chitchat
liberal, abundant, copious
antics
pranks, shenanigans
avowed
admitted, sworn
10 terms
Gr 7 Unit 5 vocabulary :synonyms
require
credit
item
maintain
demand
approval
element
persevere
require
demand
credit
approval
20 terms
Unit 6 vocabulary synonyms - Victoria (6th gr)
agenda
amiable
befuddle
blight
schedule
pleasant
bewilder
eyesore
agenda
schedule
amiable
pleasant
12 terms
4th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 2 - SYNONYMS
annual
basic
competition
contract
yearly; a yearbook
essential; primary, fundamental
a rivalry, match, test
an arrangement, deal, part;... to shrink, to catch, get
annual
yearly; a yearbook
basic
essential; primary, fundamental
20 terms
6th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 3 SYNONYMS
barrage
bigot
designate
diversity
bombardment, shelling, volley, blast
racist
name, signify, denote, nominate
dissimilarity
barrage
bombardment, shelling, volley, blast
bigot
racist
12 terms
4th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 10 SYNONYMS
distress
drench
dwell
juvenile
(n) anguish, anxiety, grief, torment... (v) to bother, disturb,…
to saturate, flood, douse, sop, drown
to inhabit, reside; to linger, last
(adj) youthful, childish... (n) a youth, minor
distress
(n) anguish, anxiety, grief, torment... (v) to bother, disturb,…
drench
to saturate, flood, douse, sop, drown
12 terms
4th Gr - Vocabulary Unit 8 - SYNONYMS
awkward
clatter
gallant
lukewarm
clumsy, bumbling
(v) to rattle, chatter... (n) a racket, commotion
(adj) dashing; valiant
tepid; halfhearted
awkward
clumsy, bumbling
clatter
(v) to rattle, chatter... (n) a racket, commotion
12 terms
4th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 14 - SYNONYMS
absolute
arena
compliment
deliberate
pure, perfect; entire, whole, complete, unlimited; certain, s…
a stadium, theater, auditorium; field, scene
(n) congratulations; regards... (v) to flatter, applaud, salute
(v) to consider, debate, weigh; intentional... (adj) thoughtful,…
absolute
pure, perfect; entire, whole, complete, unlimited; certain, s…
arena
a stadium, theater, auditorium; field, scene
12 terms
4th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 12 - SYNONYMS
bristle
circular
coarse
discard
(n) a whisker, spine, quill... (v) to stiffen, rise; seethe
(adj) ring-shaped; roundabout... (n) flyer, handbill, brochure
rugged, crude, harsh, grainy; scratchy; vulgar, foul, gross
to dump, dispose of, eliminate
bristle
(n) a whisker, spine, quill... (v) to stiffen, rise; seethe
circular
(adj) ring-shaped; roundabout... (n) flyer, handbill, brochure
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4th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 1 SYNONYMS
modest, simple, earthy; to shame, emba…
to lug, carry, lift, tug; a yield, catch
a guarantee; to vow, swear, vouch
genuine, true, heartfelt
humble
haul
pledge
sincere
modest, simple, earthy; to shame, emba…
humble
to lug, carry, lift, tug; a yield, catch
haul
12 terms
4th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 3 SYNONYMS
attractive
burden
consent
dependable
appealing, likable, charming, beautiful, inviting
a weight, baggage, a difficulty, hardship, worry; to afflict,…
to allow, permit, accept; agreement, authorization
reliable, responsible
attractive
appealing, likable, charming, beautiful, inviting
burden
a weight, baggage, a difficulty, hardship, worry; to afflict,…
20 terms
6th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 2 SYNONYMS
adverse
arid
assailant
billow
difficult, trying
waterless, parched, boring, unimaginative
assaulter, mugger
breaker; surge, bulge, balloon
adverse
difficult, trying
arid
waterless, parched, boring, unimaginative
12 terms
4th Gr. Vocabulary Unit 13 - SYNONYMS
abstract
ally
appoint
attentive
conceptual, theoretical, obscure
to associate, combine... a partner, associate
to designate, assign, elect
observant, alert; considerate, courteous
abstract
conceptual, theoretical, obscure
ally
to associate, combine... a partner, associate
12 terms
4th Gr. Vocabulary - Unit 5 SYNONYMS
antique
baggage
digest
establish
an heirloom, relic, ancient, old-fashioned, vintage
luggage, trunks, a hindrance, burden, impediment
a summary, to absorb, assimilate, to eat, consume
to build, create, form, plant, to confirm, demonstrate, show
antique
an heirloom, relic, ancient, old-fashioned, vintage
baggage
luggage, trunks, a hindrance, burden, impediment
12 terms
GR4 Harcourt Journeys Lesson 5 Vocabulary with Synonyms and Antonyms
seafaring
tidal
foaming
outcast
traveling by or working at sea... SYNONYMS oceangoing, sailing…
having to do with the ocean and its tides (rise and fall of t…
bubbling up on top of the water... SYNONYMS frothing, bubbling…
a person who has been rejected by a group... SYNONYMS exile, va…
seafaring
traveling by or working at sea... SYNONYMS oceangoing, sailing…
tidal
having to do with the ocean and its tides (rise and fall of t…
Gr. 7 - Vocabulary Level B Unit 3 Synonyms
animated
brood
culminate
downright
energetic, vigorous
ponder, mediate, worry, agonize
conclude, terminate
total, out-and-out, unqualified
animated
energetic, vigorous
brood
ponder, mediate, worry, agonize
12 terms
Harcourt GR4 Journeys Lesson 4 Vocabulary with Synonyms and Antonyms
assist
burglaries
innocent
scheme
give help or assistance, lend a hand... SYNONYMS help, aid, supp…
crimes that involve stealing... SYNONYMS heists, robberies, thef…
blameless or with good intentions... SYNONYMS blameless, guiltle…
a secret, clever plan... SYNONYMS strategy, plan... ANTONYMS ------
assist
give help or assistance, lend a hand... SYNONYMS help, aid, supp…
burglaries
crimes that involve stealing... SYNONYMS heists, robberies, thef…
Gr. 8 Vocabulary Level C Unit 5 Synonyms
aghast
ample
apparition
assert
shocked, horrified, stupefied
sufficient, adequate, considerable
phantom, specter
affirm, avow
aghast
shocked, horrified, stupefied
ample
sufficient, adequate, considerable
Gr. 8 - Vocabulary Level C Unit 6 Synonyms
aloof
anguish
articulate
bask
distant, cold, standoffish
misery, woe, torment
enunciate, expound; glib, eloquent
wallow, revel
aloof
distant, cold, standoffish
anguish
misery, woe, torment
Gr. 8 Vocabulary Level C Unit 4 Synonyms
annul
bolster
deplore
frivolous
cancel, abolish, invalidate, nullify
strengthen, reinforce, buttress, validate
lament, bemoan, bewail
silly, foolish, insane, petty, trifling
annul
cancel, abolish, invalidate, nullify
bolster
strengthen, reinforce, buttress, validate
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8TH GR VOCABULARY UNIT 3 - SYNONYM
allot
amass
audacious
comply
apportion, parcel out, allocate
pile up, garner
enterprising, brave
consent, acquiesce
allot
apportion, parcel out, allocate
amass
pile up, garner
Gr. 8 - Vocabulary Unit 6 Definitions, Synonyms AND Antonyms, AND Completing the Sentences ;)
abashed
aloof
anguish
articulate
(adj) embarrassed, ashamed, or nonplussed
(adj) withdrawn, standing apart from others(usually as a matt…
(n) great mental suffering, distress, or pain (v) to be deepl…
(v) to pronounce distinctly; to express well in words; to fit…
abashed
(adj) embarrassed, ashamed, or nonplussed
aloof
(adj) withdrawn, standing apart from others(usually as a matt…
Gr. 7 Vocabulary Level B Unit 3 Synonyms
animated
brood
culminate
downright
energetic, vigorous
ponder, mediate, worry, agonize
conclude, terminate
total, out-and-out, unqualified
animated
energetic, vigorous
brood
ponder, mediate, worry, agonize
12 terms
Harcourt Gr4 Journeys Lesson 3 Vocabulary with Synonyms and Antonyms 2015 Tia Lola
welcomed
sensitive
observe
unspoiled
greeted in a friendly way... SYNONYMS accepted greeted... ANTONYMS…
showing understanding or awareness... SYNONYMS emotional... ANTONYM…
to watch something... SYNONYMS detect, view, monitor... ANTONYMS di…
not changed by people... SYNONYMS unchanged, untouched, fresh... AN…
welcomed
greeted in a friendly way... SYNONYMS accepted greeted... ANTONYMS…
sensitive
showing understanding or awareness... SYNONYMS emotional... ANTONYM…
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Gr. 8 English - Vocabulary Workshop Level C Units 3-4 Synonyms and Antonyms
Allot
Amass
Audacious
Comply
Synonyms: Apportion, Parcel Out, Allocate
Synonyms: Accumulate, Pile Up, Gather Up... Antonyms: Scatter, D…
Synonyms: Enterprising, Brave... Antonyms: Timid, Cowardly
Synonyms: Submit To, Consent To, Acquiesce In... Antonyms: Rejec…
Allot
Synonyms: Apportion, Parcel Out, Allocate
Amass
Synonyms: Accumulate, Pile Up, Gather Up... Antonyms: Scatter, D…
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Journeys Gr.5 Lesson 13 Molly Pitcher Synonyms
formal
legendary
foes
revolution
well- mannered, traditional, proper
famous, remembered
enemies, opponents
rebellion, uprising, overthrow government
formal
well- mannered, traditional, proper
legendary
famous, remembered
10 terms
Gr 8: Using Synonyms 2
alliance
alternative
commence
indifference
(n.) a joining together for some common purpose
one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen
to start; to begin
a lack of interest or concern
alliance
(n.) a joining together for some common purpose
alternative
one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen
12 terms
Literature Vocabulary Unit 14 - SYNONYMS
alibi
confederate
discharge
economical
NOUN: an excuse, explanation, story, defense
NOUN: an ally, accomplice
VERB: to release, dismiss, shoot... NOUN: a dismissal
ADJECTIVE: thrifty, frugal, saving
alibi
NOUN: an excuse, explanation, story, defense
confederate
NOUN: an ally, accomplice
10 terms
Gr 3, Unit 7 synonyms
accuse
clever
coast
delicate
tattle
skillful, sharp, intelligent, cunning
seashore, seaside, waterfront beach(n)... glide, ride (v)
dainty, fragile, weak, frail
accuse
tattle
clever
skillful, sharp, intelligent, cunning
Gr 5 vocab unit 9 synonyms
Brisk
Cherish
Considerate
Displace
Quick, active, peppy, refreshing, nippy
To treasure, hold dear, honor, to prize, preserve
Thoughtful, kind, giving, gracious
To uproot, expel, evict, dislodge
Brisk
Quick, active, peppy, refreshing, nippy
Cherish
To treasure, hold dear, honor, to prize, preserve
7 terms
Vocabulary Unit 1 Week1 RS gr 2
perch
rural
muttered
downy
to rest yourself on top of something
a synonym for country or a place where there are few people a…
when you say something in a very quiet and unclear voice that…
when something is stuffed with lots of feathers and is very s…
perch
to rest yourself on top of something
rural
a synonym for country or a place where there are few people a…
12 terms
Vocabulary Unit 9 - synonyms
convict
discipline
dungeon
earnest
sentence, prisoner
correct
a keep, hole
solemn
convict
sentence, prisoner
discipline
correct
12 terms
vocabulary grade4 chapter 9 synonyms
jagged
dungeon
provisions
nourish
rugged
cell, hole
preparations
sustain
jagged
rugged
dungeon
cell, hole
6 terms
vocabulary workshop chapter 8 grade 4 synonyms
ration
volunteer
scholar
clatter
share
offer
authority
rattle
ration
share
volunteer
offer
List 2, gr.8, part 2
synonym
synonymous
systematic
synthesis
a word that has the same meaning as another word
having the same meaning as
having a system or method, or plan
the combining of elements of separate materials into one sing…
synonym
a word that has the same meaning as another word
synonymous
having the same meaning as
15 terms
Gr. 5 April 21 vocab
expression
synonym for expression
antonym for expression
barren
putting thoughts and feelings into words and action
show
shy
lifeless and notable to grow anything
expression
putting thoughts and feelings into words and action
synonym for expression
show
12 terms
Vocabulary unit 8 - synonyms
awkward
clatter
gallant
lukewarm
clumsy, embarrassing
to rattle, commotion
dashing
half hearted
awkward
clumsy, embarrassing
clatter
to rattle, commotion
12 terms
vocabulary workshop chapter 4 synonyms grade 4
ambush
calculate
contribute
dread
attack, to trap
to evaluate
to donate, to offer
horror, terror
ambush
attack, to trap
calculate
to evaluate
Unit 15 Synonyms
beacon
berserk
celestial
chasten
beam, flare
mad, deranged
ethereal, stellar, blissful
discipline, temper
beacon
beam, flare
berserk
mad, deranged
Unit 13 Synonyms
ahere
affirm
audition
cope
cling, hold fast
assert, ratify
tryout, screen test
make do, manage, get along, handle
ahere
cling, hold fast
affirm
assert, ratify
14 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary - Synonyms & Antonyms
gloomy
suits
pleased
suddenly
synonym: sad, blue... antonym: happy, joyful
synonym: good fit, agreeable... antonym: unacceptable
synonym: happy, glad... antonym: unhappy, displeased, gloomy
synonym: quickly, unexpectedly, immediately... antonym: slowly,…
gloomy
synonym: sad, blue... antonym: happy, joyful
suits
synonym: good fit, agreeable... antonym: unacceptable
12 terms
grade 4 vocabulary workshop chapter 5 synonyms
antique
baggage
digest
establish
heirloom, relic
luggage, trunks
eat, consume, summary
to build, create, form, show
antique
heirloom, relic
baggage
luggage, trunks
Unit 11 Synonyms
alias
amble
burly
distort
pseudonym
(v) saunter, (n) ramble
strapping, hefty, beefy, brawny
disfigure, misshape, falsify
alias
pseudonym
amble
(v) saunter, (n) ramble
Unit 12 Synonyms
abduct
ambiguous
balk
compact
seize, snatch
vague, uncertain, unclear, equivocal
resist, hesitate, block
(adj) dense; (v) compress
abduct
seize, snatch
ambiguous
vague, uncertain, unclear, equivocal
Unit 14 Synonyms
abstain
accommodate
allegiance
amalgamate
avoid, decline, resist, refrain from
oblige, lodge, house, adapt
obedience, devotion fidelity
merge, consolidate
abstain
avoid, decline, resist, refrain from
accommodate
oblige, lodge, house, adapt
22 terms
Osb Gr 4 ELA Tier 3 Foundational Skills
prefix
blend
compound word
root or base word
syllable or word that comes before a root word to change its…
two or three letter sequences that are blended together- can…
-composed of two or more smaller words (ex - doorknob)
- contains the basic meaning of the word before prefixes or s…
prefix
syllable or word that comes before a root word to change its…
blend
two or three letter sequences that are blended together- can…
12 terms
vocabulary workshop synonyms chapter 3 (grade 4)
ATTRACTIVE
BURDEN
CONSENT
DEPENDABLE
APPEALING, LIKABLE, CHARMING, BEAUTIFUL
LOAD, WEIGHT, BAGGAGE, HARDSHIP
AUTHORIZATION, TO ALLOW, PERMIT
RELIABLE, RESPONSIBLE
ATTRACTIVE
APPEALING, LIKABLE, CHARMING, BEAUTIFUL
BURDEN
LOAD, WEIGHT, BAGGAGE, HARDSHIP
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Level C Unit 3
allot
amass
audacious
comply
v.) to assign or distribute in shares or portions
(v.) to bring together, collect, gather, especially for onese…
(adj.) bold, adventurous, recklessly daring
v.) to yield to a request or command
allot
v.) to assign or distribute in shares or portions
amass
(v.) to bring together, collect, gather, especially for onese…
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 13
agitation
blurt
chronological
countenance
(n.) a violent stirring or movement; noisy confusion, excitem…
(v.) to say suddenly or without thinking.... synonyms - blab, le…
(adj.) arranged in order of time of occurence.... synonyms - in…
(n.) a face, facial expression; (v.) to tolerate or approve.…
agitation
(n.) a violent stirring or movement; noisy confusion, excitem…
blurt
(v.) to say suddenly or without thinking.... synonyms - blab, le…
19 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level A Unit 5 Synonyms
acute
bungle
eerie
fidelity
clever, smart; sharp; severe
botch, blunder, mess up
spooky, creepy, weird
faithfulness, loyalty, honor
acute
clever, smart; sharp; severe
bungle
botch, blunder, mess up
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