Second Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Second Grade - S:
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(n.) A bag.
(adj.) Not in danger.
(v.) To hang down or bend in the middle.
(n.) Exchanging something for money .
(n.) The selling of something for a lower price than usual.
(n.) Trading something for money.
(n.) Tiny pieces of broken rock that you find on a beach.
(v.) Past tense of sing; made musical sounds with your voice.
(v.) Past tense of sink; went under water.
(v.) Past tense of see; looked.
(n.) A tool with a rough edge that you use for cutting wood or metal.
(n.) Dried blood that forms over a cut or sore.
(v.) To frighten someone.
(n.) A feeling of worry or fear.
(n.) A small piece of paper, cloth, or information.
(n.) A thin layer of something on the top of a liquid.
(n.) A low class of people.
(n.) The place you sit on.
(adj.) Coming right after first.
(adv.) Coming after first.
(n.) One-sixtieth of a minute.
(v.) To support an idea.
(n.) The grain of a plant that grows into a new plant.
(v.) To exchange something for money.
(n.) To develop into a clear form; .
(n.) The form that something has.
(n.) An animal used for its wool and meat.
(n.) A thin piece of something like paper, metal, or fabric.
(n.) A large piece of thin cloth that you put on a bed.
(n.) A hard covering for some animals and foods.
(n.) A container that is filled with gunpowder or explosives.
(v.) To shoot shells.
(n.) Tibia, the front part of the lower leg.
(v.) To send out light.
(v.) To make something clean.
(n.) A large boat for carrying people and things.
(v.) To move and deliver products.
(n.) A large boat that carries people and things on the ocean.
(n.) A piece of clothing you wear on the upper part of your body.
(n.) A small store.
(v.) To go to stores to buy things.
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