Second Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Second Grade - M:
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(n.) A person whose job it is to clean houses or hotel rooms.
(n.) A person whose job is to clean rooms in a hotel or house.
(n.) A person whose job it is to do household chores.
(n.) Letters or packages that you send through the postal system.
(v.) To send something in the postal system.
(n.) A person who makes things..
(n.) A spot.
(v.) To write or draw something.
(v.) To draw attention to something.
(v.) To celebrate.
(n.) A level.
(v.) To crush or smash.
(n.) A sporting event between two teams or people.
(n.) A small wooden stick or piece of paper used to light something on fire.
(v.) To put two alike things together.
(n.) The study of numbers and the relationships between them.
(n.) The study of numbers.
(n.) A complicated series of paths within high walls, designed to confuse people who walk through them.
(v.) To intend or indicate.
(adj.) Unkind or unfriendly.
(v.) To change from solid to liquid.
(adj.) Happy, joyful.
(n.) The parts of your brain that you use to think and imagine things.
(v.) A word you use to ask politely if you can do something or if someone will do something.
(preposition) A subtraction.
(adj.) Having to do with something less than zero.
(v.) To not notice or do something.
(n.) A word you use in front of the family name of a woman who is not married.
(n.) A deep wide ditch around the walls of a castle that is usually filled with water.
(n.) A sphere that moves around a planet.
(n.) A vehicle-like a bicycle with a small engine.
(n.) A very tall hill.
(n.) A very small animal with a pointed face, round ears, and long tail.
(adj.) A lot of something.
(n.) One of the many body parts that aids in movement and strength.
(n.) Power to do difficult tasks.
(n.) A soft food that is part solid and part liquid.
(n.) The study of sounds made by voices or instruments.
(v.) A word you use to say that something is necessary because of a rule, or because it is the best thing to do.
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