Fifth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Fifth Grade - B:
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(v.) To look after children while their parents are out.
(adj.) Not having enough money to pay your debts.
(n.) Something you buy for less than the usual price.
(v.) To decide on the terms of a contract or purchase.
(n.) Hair on the face.
(n.) Something about a person or thing that makes it good to look at.
(conjunction) For this reason.
(n.) A person who takes care of beehives.
(v.) To do or say things in a specific way.
(v.) To be polite.
(v.) To watch for and stay far from danger.
(preposition) On the other side of.
(preposition) Ahead, further in time.
(preposition) To a greater degree.
(adj.) Tasting sharp or acidic.
(adj.) Angry, causing hurt.
(v.) To tell a secret when you shouldn't.
(n.) The state of being black or dark.
(v.) To say or think that someone did something wrong.
(adj.) Having no writing, pictures, or sound recording.
(n.) A bright fire.
(n.) A piece of cloth that you use to cover someone's eyes.
(v.) To cover someone's eyes with a piece of cloth.
(n.) A space filled with liquid between layers of skin.
(n.) A winter storm with low temperatures, strong winds and blowing snow.
(n.) The red liquid that the heart moves through the body.
(n.) A hill that goes down very quickly on one side.
(v.) To lie so that someone will do what you want.
(v.) To drop a bomb on something or someone.
(n.) Something that explodes.
(n.) A small separate space in a big busy place that often only one person enters to vote, take a picture, or do other activities.
(n.) In a restaurant, two long seats on both sides of a table.
(n.) A small closet with a door.
(v.) To jump.
(n.) A jump.
(v.) Past tense of bind.
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