Second Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Second Grade - B:
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(n.) A young child that does not know how to walk.
(n.) A young animal.
(n.) The body part between the neck and buttocks.
(adv.) In return.
(n.) Not the front.
(n.) The rear part of your body between your neck and abdomen.
(adj.) Not good.
(v.) To cook food in an oven.
(v.) To cook in an oven.
(n.) A round thing.
(n.) A big dance where people wear nice dresses and suits.
(n.) A group that plays music.
(n.) A long piece of cloth that you tie around something.
(n.) A fabric cover that you put on a cut or injury.
(v.) To cover a cut or injury with a piece of fabric.
(n.) A place that serves beer and other drinks.
(n.) A long, thin piece of something.
(n.) A place where you can buy and drink alcoholic drinks.
(n.) A long, flat piece of something like metal or candy.
(n.) The skin on a tree.
(n.) The sound a dog makes.
(v.) To make a sound like a dog.
(n.) A farm building where you keep food or animals.
(n.) A game in which you hit a ball with a wooden bat and run around bases to score.
(n.) A hard, round ball that you hit with a bat.
(n.) Washing your body in a tub of water.
(n.) A thing that you sit or lie in to clean your body with water and soap.
(n.) A long container where you wash yourself.
(n.) A small round object with a hole in the middle, used in jewelry.
(n.) A round drop of liquid.
(n.) The hard mouth of a bird.
(n.) The seed of a plant that you can eat.
(n.) A large animal with sharp teeth and claws and thick fur.
(v.) To carry or support.
(v.) To suffer.
(preposition) Earlier than.
(preposition) In front of.
(v.) To ask for food, money, or other things because you are poor.
(v.) To be owned by someone or something.
(n.) A long piece of leather or cloth that you wear around your waist to hold up your clothes.
(v.) To change something so that it is not straight.
(n.) A part that is not straight.
(v.) To guess that something will happen, often with money that you lose if you are wrong.
(adj.) Being higher than someone or something in a specific ability.
(preposition) In the middle of two things.
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