Fourth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Fourth Grade - D:
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(adj.) Made from milk.
(n.) Hurt or harm.
(v.) To hurt or harm something.
(n.) A person who dances.
(n.) A harmful situation.
(n.) The time of day when the sun first appears.
(v.) To realize.
(v.) To begin or start.
(n.) The day or time that you have to finish doing something.
(adj.) Unable to hear.
(adj.) Not willing to listen to someone.
(adj.) Unable to hear or see.
(v.) To give, especially cards in a card game.
(n.) A bargain.
(v.) To rot or break down.
(v.) To choose someone or something.
(n.) An action.
(n.) A legal document that shows ownership of something.
(v.) To cause something to be slow in happening; to procrastinate.
(n.) When someone has to wait for something to happen or to finish.
(n.) Something that gives pleasure or happiness.
(n.) The action of taking something somewhere.
(n.) Taking something to a person, home, or business.
(adj.) Related to the teeth.
(n.) The distance below the surface of something.
(n.) Relating to something that is extreme or strong.
(n.) The second layer of skin, or the layer of skin beneath the epidermis.
(v.) To tell what someone or something's appearance and characteristics are like.
(n.) Something that explains or gives details about something.
(n.) A place, often covered in sand or rocks, with little rainfall or plants.
(v.) To leave a group of people and not come back.
(v.) To earn something or to be worthy of something.
(v.) To make or create a plan for something.
(n.) A drawing or plan for something that will be built or made.
(v.) To intend something for someone.
(n.) A piece of information; a fact.
(v.) To describe something, giving specific information.
(v.) To decide an outcome.
(v.) To learn or discover the facts.
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