Fourth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Fourth Grade - S:
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(n.) A seat that is put on a horse or a vehicle.
(v.) To put a saddle on a horse.
(n.) The state of being free from danger.
(n.) A boat moved by wind power.
(n.) A small, curved plate.
(n.) A type of unidentified flying object (UFO).
(n.) A factory in which trees are cut up into wood, paper, and other items.
(v.) To leave a place very quickly.
(v.) To rub your skin with your fingernails because it itches.
(n.) A small cut or mark.
(v.) To cry out loudly.
(v.) To make a loud, unpleasant noise.
(n.) A loud, unpleasant noise.
(n.) A large flat white surface that you use to show movies at a theater or in a classroom.
(n.) A wire net that covers an open door or window.
(v.) To clean something by rubbing it very hard.
(v.) To clean something by rubbing it very hard with a brush or cloth.
(adj.) Feeling sick because of the movement of a boat or ship.
(n.) One of the four times of the year, such as spring, summer, autumn, or winter.
(v.) To add spices to a food.
(n.) A separate part of something.
(n.) A separate piece of something.
(n.) A straight line between two points.
(v.) To choose, pick.
(adj.) Of the highest quality.
(n.) The nineth month of the year, the month between August and October.
(adj.) Not funny.
(v.) To act in a duty.
(v.) To act as a server or servant, usually bringing food.
(v.) To hit, in tennis or volleyball.
(v.) To end a disagreement or dispute.
(v.) To move to a place and live there.
(adj.) A number of people or things that is more than a few, but not a lot.
(v.) Used in order to say what will happen in the future.
(n.) A soap you use to wash your hair.
(n.) A liquid soap used for washing hair.
(v.) To wash your hair with special soap.
(v.) To make sharp or sharper.
(v.) To cut off your hair close to the skin.
(n.) A square piece of material that women wear on their heads or shoulders.
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