Seventh Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Seventh Grade - M:
1 - 25 (of 25)
(v.) Keep in a certain state.
(n.) The work needed to keep something in good condition.
(n.) Bone marrow, the soft tissue that fills the inside of bones.
(n.) Mammals in which the females have a pouch where the young are fed and carried.
(n.) A person who builds with stone or brick.
(n.) One of two matched objects.
(n.) The partner of an animal.
(n.) A friend.
(v.) To put animals together for breeding.
(n.) The paper, rock, glass, plastic, or other substances that you can use to make things.
(adj.) Behaving as an adult or responsible person would.
(v.) To grow up, develop.
(n.) Pills or liquid that you use to treat an illness.
(n.) The practice or study of treating diseases.
(n.) Something created to remember someone who has died.
(adj.) Having to do with something done to remember someone who has died.
(v.) To learn words or music so that you can remember it.
(n.) Products that you sell.
(n.) A very small organism.
(n.) An instrument with a lens used to see small objects.
(n.) A device with a lens that you use to see small objects.
(adj.) Taking place at the halfway point of a person's life.
(n.) Plural of millisecond; one one-thousandth of a second.
(v.) To cut food into pieces.
(v.) To say exactly what one thinks.
(adj.) Not important or serious.
(n.) A person who has not yet reached the legal age of adulthood.
(v.) To study a secondary subject in college.
(n.) Someone who has been sent to a foreign place to teach people about their religion.
(n.) Not done to excess (too much).
(adj.) Taking place during a short period of time.
(n.) A heavy rainstorm during the wet season around the Indian Ocean and southern Asia.
(v.) To encourage someone and make him or her want to work hard for something.
(n.) A willingness to do something without being forced to do it.
(n.) Someone who writes or performs music for a living.
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