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English Spelling Week 6
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Confidence
Physically Fit
Physically Fit
21 terms
Spelling list week 6
January
England
route
design
the first month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usual…
the largest division of the United Kingdom, constituting, wit…
a way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a d…
a plan or drawing produced to show the look and function or w…
January
the first month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usual…
England
the largest division of the United Kingdom, constituting, wit…
Spelling and Vocabulary Week 6
nourish
observant
obsess
obstacle
to give a person or animal enough food to keep him or her str…
good at noticing things
you think about something all the time
something that gets in your way or prevents you from doing so…
nourish
to give a person or animal enough food to keep him or her str…
observant
good at noticing things
15 terms
Spelling/vocabulary Week 6
viewpoint
accumulate
drastic
oblivious
a person's opinion or feelings about a subject.
to increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or gather
strong; violent and severe; Ex. drastic changes/measures
(adj.) lacking consciousness or awareness of something (_____…
viewpoint
a person's opinion or feelings about a subject.
accumulate
to increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or gather
10 terms
Spelling Week 6 - prefixes
rewind
incorrect
overheat
preplan
To wind again... or... move back in time
wrong
to make or become too hot
plan something out in advance
rewind
To wind again... or... move back in time
incorrect
wrong
20 terms
Spelling: Week 6
echoes
photos
data
scarves
plural of echo
more than one photograph
plural of datum
plural of scarf
echoes
plural of echo
photos
more than one photograph
18 terms
Spelling Words (Week 6)
strong
wrong
copy
cloth
Having the power to move heavy objects.
not correct or true.
a thing made to be similar, or identical to each other
woven or felted fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar f…
strong
Having the power to move heavy objects.
wrong
not correct or true.
7 terms
Week 6 Spelling Test
deodorize
different
employee
international
to remove an unpleasant smell from
not of the same kind
a person who works for another person or for a company for wa…
occurring between countries
deodorize
to remove an unpleasant smell from
different
not of the same kind
10 terms
Spelling Week 6
runny
brushes
concept
movement
runny
brushes
concept
movement
runny
runny
brushes
brushes
18 terms
Spelling Week 6
occurrence
embarrass
occasion
symmetry
an event that happens
To render flustered or agitated.... mortify
to cause; to provide an appropriate opportunity for... a special…
The correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of p…
occurrence
an event that happens
embarrass
To render flustered or agitated.... mortify
20 terms
Spelling Week 6 (20)
occurrence
embarrass
occasion
symmetry
an event that happens
a particular time
having the same shape, size, and position on both sides of a…
occurrence
an event that happens
embarrass
Spelling 4: Week 6
strong
wrong
copy
cloth
opposite of weak
opposite of right
duplicate
clothes
strong
opposite of weak
wrong
opposite of right
Spelling List for Week 6
cried
dried
played
known
The baby cried when his mom left.
The desert land dried out and cracked in the hot sun
While the children played soccer, the coach watched..
That fact is known by everyone..
cried
The baby cried when his mom left.
dried
The desert land dried out and cracked in the hot sun
10 terms
Week 6 Spelling Contract
re-
dia-
Sym-
hyper-
again
through, across
together
more
re-
again
dia-
through, across
Spelling 5: Week 6
idea
silent
myself
lying
thought
no sound
me
opposite of telling the truth
idea
thought
silent
no sound
16 terms
Spelling List Week #6
an
can
ran
bad
an
an
an
can
Week 6 spelling words
cried
dried
let's
milk
The child ___________when he fell.
Before he walked inside the boy ________________with a towel.
contraction of let and us. ______________ go!!
The __________________sold in stores comes from dairy cows.
cried
The child ___________when he fell.
dried
Before he walked inside the boy ________________with a towel.
19 terms
Spelling week 6
black
pack
crack
snack
...
...
...
...
black
...
pack
...
20 terms
Spelling Week 6
definition
careless
government
confirm
A statement that gives the meaning of a term.
not caring or troubling; having no care or concern; unconcerned
the system or form by which a community or other political un…
Verify
definition
A statement that gives the meaning of a term.
careless
not caring or troubling; having no care or concern; unconcerned
15 terms
Spelling Week 6
Apparel
Appreciate
Continuous
Dissolve
The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
To see the worth or quality of.
Going on without stopping.
To make or become liquid.
Apparel
The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
Appreciate
To see the worth or quality of.
25 terms
Spelling Words Week 6
unblock
unload
relearn
rewind
...
...
...
...
unblock
...
unload
...
Week 6 Spelling
embarrass
enclosing
environment
abbreviation
to cause confusion and shame to; make uncomfortably self-cons…
to shut or hem in; close in on all sides
the air, water, minerals, organisms, and all other external f…
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
embarrass
to cause confusion and shame to; make uncomfortably self-cons…
enclosing
to shut or hem in; close in on all sides
10 terms
Spelling Words Week 6
disappearing
conferring
accumulating
exchanging
not visible
have discussions; exchange opinions
to collect or gather together
the act of giving something in return for something received
disappearing
not visible
conferring
have discussions; exchange opinions
20 terms
Spelling Week 6
treasure
capture
feature
pleasure
treasure
capture
feature
pleasure
treasure
treasure
capture
capture
16 terms
Spelling 6 Week 14
reign
rein
incite
insight
a time period of rule (for royalty - king or queen)
a strap that is fastened to a device (horse)
To stir up, encourage, set into motion
a strong sense of understanding
reign
a time period of rule (for royalty - king or queen)
rein
a strap that is fastened to a device (horse)
12 terms
Week 6 Spelling
unified
unicycle
uniform
unique
to be joined together to make a single unit:
a one-wheeled vehicle on which the rider sits and pedals
the same for everyone
one of a kind
unified
to be joined together to make a single unit:
unicycle
a one-wheeled vehicle on which the rider sits and pedals
10 terms
Week 6 Spelling Words
problem
proceed
prologue
nominate
anything thrown forward to be worked on , or solved
move forward
words before the beginning a play or book
suggest someone's name for office
problem
anything thrown forward to be worked on , or solved
proceed
move forward
Spelling 780 - Week 6
foot
hook
wood
brook
part of the body at the bottom of the leg that a person or an…
a piece of metal or other material that has a curved or bent…
a thick area of growing trees, something hard
a small stream
foot
part of the body at the bottom of the leg that a person or an…
hook
a piece of metal or other material that has a curved or bent…
Spelling Words Week #6
Jay
hay
may
main
...
...
Jay
...
hay
Week 6 Spelling and Vocabulary
Doldrums:
Genuine:
Ingot:
Lexicon:
A state or period of sadness, depression, or inactivity. The…
Sincerely and honestly felt.
A solid piece of metal molded into a shape that is easy to st…
The words used in a language or by a particular group of peop…
Doldrums:
A state or period of sadness, depression, or inactivity. The…
Genuine:
Sincerely and honestly felt.
20 terms
Week 6 spelling list
bunch
fruit
argue
crumb
a number of things
apples, cucumbers, and blueberries
to fight by using angry words
a very small quantity of something
bunch
a number of things
fruit
apples, cucumbers, and blueberries
Week 6 Spelling Words
thirty
synonym
antonym
usefulness
number after 29
a word that has the same meaning as another word in the same…
a word with a meaning that is opposite to the meaning of anot…
helping to do or achieve something
thirty
number after 29
synonym
a word that has the same meaning as another word in the same…
12 terms
Spelling 6 Week 9
traitor
circuit
circumvent
rehearse
A person who betrays his or her country
Indirect; roundabout; rambling.
To get around; to bypass
to practice
traitor
A person who betrays his or her country
circuit
Indirect; roundabout; rambling.
12 terms
Spelling 6 Week 15
expression
collision
prediction
persuasion
putting emotions into words; a saying
crash, clash; run together
a guess of what will happen
to convince someone to do things
expression
putting emotions into words; a saying
collision
crash, clash; run together
15 terms
Spelling week 6
dear
porch
sharp
hears
much love a kind or sweet person.
dear
much love a kind or sweet person.
porch
20 terms
Spelling Week 6
drizzle
gobble
meddle
shuffle
to wet with a fine stream or fine drops
to eat quickly and greedily
interfere in a thing that's not one's concern
mix together, mix up or move around
drizzle
to wet with a fine stream or fine drops
gobble
to eat quickly and greedily
10 terms
Spelling Words---Week 6
hop
top
log
hog
hop
top
20 terms
Spelling Week 6 words
Freeze
Gentle
Grows
Hole
...
...
...
...
Freeze
...
Gentle
...
20 terms
Spelling Review week 6
plan
stick
grand
stamp
Please make a plan for what you will do next week.
I found a stick at the park.
She made a grand entrance at the dance.
Do not forget to place the stamp on the envelope.
plan
Please make a plan for what you will do next week.
stick
I found a stick at the park.
16 terms
Spelling Words- Week 6
cried
dried
milk
let's
...
cried
dried
10 terms
Spelling Week 6
Chiefs
Clothes
Countries
Cries
the leaders of an organized group of people. For example: Chi…
Garments for the body; pants, shirt, shoes, etc.
The territories of a nation
To weep or shed tears.
Chiefs
the leaders of an organized group of people. For example: Chi…
Clothes
Garments for the body; pants, shirt, shoes, etc.
5 terms
Spelling Week 6
difference
favorite
necessary
poison
contrast; dissimilarity... the answer to a subtraction problem
most liked
vital; essential; a must
toxic; something harmful
difference
contrast; dissimilarity... the answer to a subtraction problem
favorite
most liked
Spelling Words Week 6
Stood
Took
Wood
However
...
...
...
Stood
Took
...
10 terms
Spelling Words Week 6
Spot
Speak
Start
Story
Spot
Speak
20 terms
P6 Spelling Week 6
desperate
dialling
difference
disappearance
having a great need or desire for something.
call (a telephone number) by turning a dial or using a keypad.
a way in which people or things are not the same.
an act or the fact of someone or something going missing or c…
desperate
having a great need or desire for something.
dialling
call (a telephone number) by turning a dial or using a keypad.
10 terms
3Q Week 6 Spelling
aim
aimed
bark
barked
To work toward a goal
To have a goal
a sound a dog makes
What is the verb in this sentence ? The dog barked loudly .
aim
To work toward a goal
aimed
To have a goal
10 terms
spelling words week 6
Deceive
Exhilarate
Exceed
Existence
To make (someone) believe something that is not true.
To make cheerful and excited.
To be greater or more than something: to be better than somet…
Reality as opposed to appearance.
Deceive
To make (someone) believe something that is not true.
Exhilarate
To make cheerful and excited.
20 terms
Spelling Week 6
strange
surprised
tomorrow
climbed
weird
an unexpected event, piece of information, etc.... an unexpected…
day after today
went upward
strange
weird
surprised
an unexpected event, piece of information, etc.... an unexpected…
20 terms
Spelling Grade 10 Week 6
parable
whimsical
lampoon
countenance
a short allegorical story designed to illustrate or teach som…
humorous or witty
publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule,…
appearance, especially the look or expression of the face:
parable
a short allegorical story designed to illustrate or teach som…
whimsical
humorous or witty
Unit 1 Week 6 Spelling
clown
growl
howl
brown
someone who wears funny clothes, a red nose, and does silly t…
snarl
a long, loud, cry made by an animal such as a dog or wolf.
of a color made by mixing red, yellow, and black.
clown
someone who wears funny clothes, a red nose, and does silly t…
growl
snarl
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