Second Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Second Grade - P:
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(n.) A group of things you carry together.
(v.) To put things in a container to store or carry them .
(v.) To put things in suitcases or bags so you can take them somewhere.
(v.) To put things into suitcases, bags, or boxes.
(n.) A group of wild animals of the same kind.
(n.) A colored liquid that you put on a surface to make it a particular color.
(v.) To put paint on a surface.
(n.) One of the pieces into which you can divide something.
(n.) A group of people gathered together for fun or entertainment.
(n.) A small area.
(n.) Something used to cover something else.
(v.) To repair a hole in something.
(v.) To give someone money for a product or service they have done for you.
(v.) To give someone money in order to buy something.
(n.) A small, round, green vegetable.
(v.) To take a short, quick look at something.
(n.) A human being; a man or a woman.
(n.) A small flat object that you use to play the guitar.
(v.) To lift something or someone up.
(n.) A food made of a crust and a filling of fruit or meat.
(n.) A small piece of medicine that you swallow whole.
(adj.) A color like light red.
(v.) To throw something.
(n.) A musical note/sound.
(n.) A speech designed to get people to buy something.
(v.) To put up a tent.
(n.) A thick, black substance used to waterproof things.
(v.) To present an idea.
(n.) Any space or area.
(v.) To put something somewhere.
(n.) A vehicle that flies in the air and has wings and at least one engine.
(n.) A vehicle with wings and engines that flies.
(n.) Any of the large round objects that move around the sun or a star.
(interjection) What you say to be polite when asking someone to do something.
(v.) To make someone feel happy or satisfied.
(interjection) What you say to be polite when you ask for something.
(n.) Something that you use to close or fill a hole.
(v.) To connect something to an electrical outlet.
(preposition) What you say to show that one number or amount is added to another.
(n.) A small body of water.
(n.) A small horse.
(v.) To find or earn a certain amount of money.
(n.) A place that is filled with water or other liquid.
(n.) A structure filled with water that you can swim in.
(v.) To ask someone, especially God, for something.
(adj.) To be in attendance.
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