Seventh Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Seventh Grade - S:
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(adj.) Holy, highly respected.
(n.) The watery liquid in the mouth that kills bacteria, begins to digest starches found in food, and liquifies and dissolves food.
(adj.) Good enough, adequate.
(n.) Someone interested in science.
(n.) A device you use to look at something.
(v.) To look at someone or something to see what it is like.
(n.) Someone whose job it is to work in an office typing letters and answering phones.
(adj.) Safe from danger.
(v.) To make something safe from danger.
(n.) Protection from change, risks, or bad situations.
(n.) Guards who protect a business's buildings, equipment, and workers.
(n.) A period of time in the school year.
(n.) A punctuation mark used to separate items on a list.
(adj.) Unkind, uncaring.
(adj.) Extreme, serious.
(n.) A long handle on tools.
(n.) A long hole that goes down into the ground so that someone or something can get in or out.
(v.) To avoid doing something you should do.
(n.) A feeling of surprise and disbelief when something unexpected happens.
(n.) The quick pain you feel if you receive a small amount of electricity.
(v.) To receive a small amount of electricity.
(v.) To make someone feel surprise or disbelief.
(v.) To keep away from something.
(n.) A tall building used for storing food.
(n.) A hollow space in the head that connects to the nasal cavities.
(n.) A simple drawing.
(v.) To draw something.
(n.) A humorous portion of a TV program or theatrical performance.
(v.) To look quickly through to find the main ideas.
(adj.) Smooth or shiny.
(v.) To walk while sleeping.
(n.) A sled pulled by dogs or a horse.
(n.) A part of a city where poor people live.
(n.) Dirty air from the smoke of cars and factories.
(n.) A mix of smoke and fog in the air.
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