Fourth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U / V / W / X / Y / Z
Vocabulary Words - Fourth Grade - H:
1 - 25 (of 25)
(n.) A machine you use to dry your hair, also known as a blow dryer.
(n.) A thin net you wear over your hair to keep it in place, usually when you work in a restaurant.
(n.) A bag in which a woman carries money and other items; a purse.
(n.) The time when crops are ripe and are gathered from gardens or fields.
(v.) To gather ripe crops and foods.
(conjunction) Contraction of he had.
(conjunction) Contraction of he will.
(v.) To make healthy or become healthy.
(n.) The general condition of the body.
(n.) A messy pile of objects.
(v.) To put things in a pile.
(n.) The body part inside of your chest that pumps blood through your body.
(n.) A plant used for food or medicine.
(n.) A main road that connects cities or towns.
(v.) To obtain a free ride by sticking out one's thumb.
(n.) A type of knot.
(n.) A small problem.
(n.) An activity that is enjoyed in one's spare time.
(adj.) Having no home.
(n.) The town or city where a person was born or raised.
(n.) A sweet food made by bees.
(n.) A name given to a sweetheart or loved one.
(n.) Respect or praise given to someone.
(v.) To give respect or admiration to someone.
(adj.) Bleak, having no hope or chance of success.
(n.) A piece of metal in the shape of a "U" that is placed on a horse's foot.
(n.) A place where sick or injured people are cared for.
(n.) A building where sick or injured people receive treatment.
(n.) A building where sick or injured people get medical treatment.
(n.) A building where people pay to stay for the night.
(conjunction) In whatever way.
(conjunction) Though, nevertheless.
(n.) A person.
(adj.) Having characteristics of a man or woman.
(n.) A measure of how much water vapor is in the air.
We've taken all of the words found in our Practice
Vocabulary Word Lists and created an online vocabulary building game that
anyone can play. We call it
Lemons for Literacy.
This vocabulary building game is meant to be a fun way to improve vocabulary comprehension,
spelling and reading skills, but it is also tool for people to help in the cause
of literacy. As you play, and match vocabulary words with their definitions, Reading
Horizons will donate money and it's award winning reading
software to people in need.