Second Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Second Grade - D:
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(adj.) Happening or done every day.
(v.) To move your body to music.
(n.) A party where people move their bodies to music.
(adj.) With no light.
(adj.) Closer in color to black than white.
(n.) A small, pointed object that you throw.
(n.) A particular day of the month or year.
(n.) A social meeting.
(v.) To discover the time something came from.
(v.) To go on a date with someone.
(n.) An outdoor floor or platform.
(n.) A set of playing cards.
(n.) A piece of furniture with a flat surface that you use for writing and reading.
(n.) A small, flat table especially for writing.
(n.) Small cubes with one to six dots on the sides that you use to play different games.
(conjunction) Contraction of did not.
(v.) To stop living.
(n.) A plant whose seeds and leaves are used in cooking.
(n.) A coin of the United States and Canada that is worth ten cents.
(n.) A huge reptile which lived on the earth many thousands of years ago.
(n.) A container that you use to hold food.
(n.) Food cooked as part of a meal.
(v.) To jump into water, especially headfirst.
(n.) A place where boats load and unload.
(n.) A person whose job it is treat people who are sick.
(n.) The money used in the U.S., Canada, and Australia.
(n.) A small toy baby or person.
(n.) A cart with two or four wheels that you use to move heavy objects.
(v.) Contraction of do not.
(adv.) Toward a lower place or position.
(v.) To pull something along the ground, often because it is too heavy to carry.
(v.) To make a picture of something with a pencil or a pen.
(n.) A piece of clothing worn by a woman or girl that covers the top of her body and some or all of her legs.
(v.) To put on clothes.
(v.) To fall in drops.
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