High School - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - High School - C:
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(n.) A part of a rotating wheel that moves something in its path up and down.
(n.) A Christian religious holiday, usually in February, that celebrates when Mary and Joseph took the baby Jesus to the temple.
(n.) Very small blood vessel.
(n.) A substance that surrounds an organ or body part, like the sac that is around the kidney.
(n.) Medicine inside a soft, clear, round coating.
(n.) A major artery on each side of your neck that carries blood to the head.
(n.) A piece of equipment used to help add or remove liquids to or from the body.
(n.) A machine that separates substances into parts by spinning at high speeds.
(n.) The lower part of a female's uterus.
(n.) The most important person on a board of directors.
(n.) A written document from a government that gives rights to do things.
(v.) To buy seats on a bus, plane, or boat for a group to travel together.
(n.) A substance made by or used in a chemical process, sometimes used for cleaning.
(adj.) Related to chemistry.
(n.) A science of matter and what it is made of.
(n.) A molecule of chlorine that has picked up an electron and a neutron.
(n.) A disease that causes diarrhea and vomiting that you get by drinking water that contains a certain bacteria.
(n.) The part of a plant or animal that contains the information passed on from parent to child.
(n.) Tiny hairs that line the nose, lungs, and trachea that help remove harmful bacteria or viruses.
(n.) A surgical procedure that removes the flap of tissue that surrounds the tip of the penis.
(n.) The collar bone or bone that connects the arm to the body.
(v.) The process that causes blood platelets to stick together to stop a cut from bleeding.
(n.) The spiral-shaped part of the inner ear that is filled with liquid..
(n.) A word that sounds similar to the same word in another language.
(v.) To pay someone.
(v.) To overcome a weakness with a strength.
(n.) An amount paid to someone who is hurt.
(n.) The total amount of pay and benefits that an employee receives.
(adj.) Given free.
(adj.) Positive, praising.
(n.) The need to do something that you can't stop.
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