Fifth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Fifth Grade - S:
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(v.) To give up something to help someone.
(n.) Something given up to help someone else.
(n.) Latin American dance and music.
(n.) A type of tomato-based sauce eaten with tortilla chips.
(n.) A small amount of something that shows you what it will be like.
(v.) To test something to see if you will like it.
(n.) A food item consisting of meat, cheese, and/or vegetables between two pieces of bread.
(n.) A tube-shaped piece of meat.
(v.) To lecture or criticize someone.
(v.) To become rough or scratched.
(n.) Water from the sea.
(n.) An area or part of something.
(v.) To look for something.
(adj.) Being primarily concerned with one's own needs and wants.
(n.) Someone who works in someone else's house, cleaning, cooking, etc..
(n.) The location and environment of a story or situation.
(v.) Present participle of set.
(n.) People who move to a place and build it up.
(v.) To keep out the sun's rays.
(n.) An area blocked from the sun.
(v.) To follow someone.
(adj.) Not deep; having a short distance from the top to the bottom.
(adj.) Not very strong or firm.
(n.) A painful emotion you feel when you do something wrong.
(v.) To divide something with other people, or give out.
(n.) An equal part of a company that a person can own.
(conjunction) Contraction of she is.
(v.) Contraction of should have.
(v.) To tear or cut into small pieces.
(n.) A small curved sea animal that has ten legs and a soft shell.
(v.) To become smaller.
(n.) A psychiatrist.
(v.) To raise and lower your shoulders to show that you don't know or don't care about something.
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