Fourth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Fourth Grade - C:
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(n.) A bunch of wires covered in plastic or rubber.
(n.) A service that you pay for to receive television programs over cables .
(n.) A person who calls on the telephone or visits.
(adj.) Peaceful, quiet.
(v.) To make someone or something peaceful or quiet.
(n.) A machine that takes pictures.
(n.) A fire that you sit around when you camp.
(n.) A park where people stay in tents for a short time.
(n.) A waterway that boats travel on.
(n.) A round piece of wax with a wick in it that you burn for light.
(n.) Something like very thick paper that you use to make boxes.
(n.) A heavy cloth that covers the floor.
(n.) A fabric floor covering.
(n.) A cardboard or plastic container that sometimes has a separate place for each thing.
(n.) Paper money or coins.
(n.) Money that you can spend immediately.
(n.) A large building with high, thick walls.
(n.) A group of cows or bulls.
(v.) To warn someone of possible danger.
(n.) Care to not make a mistake.
(v.) To warn someone to be careful.
(n.) A hollow area of the body.
(n.) A rotted out area of the tooth.
(n.) A building material that you pour or spread when it is wet and then hardens like rock when dry.
(adj.) Sure, without a doubt.
(n.) Something that is sure.
(n.) A usually green, flat surface that you can write on with chalk in a classroom.
(n.) The winner of a contest.
(v.) To make something different.
(n.) A difference.
(n.) The money that you get back when you pay for something.
(v.) To become something different.
(n.) Money in the form of coins.
(n.) A TV station.
(n.) A waterway.
(n.) A short song.
(v.) To sing a short song.
(n.) A mark that you use in writing.
(n.) The general pattern of a person's behavior.
(n.) A person in a book, movie, or play.
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