Eighth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Eighth Grade - A:
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(n.) A person who is not where he or she is supposed to be.
(v.) To soak something up, especially a liquid.
(n.) School activities like studying and research.
(n.) An agreement.
(adj.) Next to each other.
(n.) Something that makes a person or thing better than others.
(n.) A picture, piece of writing, or short TV spot that tells people that a product or service is for sale.
(n.) A person who gives you his or her opinions about what you should do.
(adj.) Related to exercise that uses the heart and lungs.
(n.) A list of the most important things to do.
(n.) A list of subjects to discuss at a meeting.
(n.) A person that you pay to do your business.
(adj.) Competitive, assertive.
(n.) A chemical that can you can use for cleaning, or drinks such as beer or wine.
(n.) Plural of alcoholic.
(n.) A different choice.
(n.) A kind of light-weight metal.
(n.) A person who plays a sport or does another hobby for fun, not for pay.
(adj.) Done for fun, not for pay.
(n.) Something in a place that makes being there enjoyable and pleasant.
(n.) Plural of anaconda, a kind of snake.
(adj.) Coming one time every year.
(adj.) For one year.
(n.) A protein that binds to a dangerous bacteria or virus to disable or destroy it.
(n.) A disappointing ending or result.
(n.) A liquid that you put in an engine to keep it from freezing.
(n.) The opening through which your body removes solid waste.
(n.) A formal request for something, especially a job.
(n.) A practical use for something.
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