Sixth Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Sixth Grade - R:
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(n.) An electric system for finding something with radio signals.
(n.) A straight line from the center to the edge of a circle.
(n.) The forearm bone that connects the elbow to the thumb.
(n.) A straight line from the center of a circle to its outside.
(n.) A strong feeling of anger that you cannot control.
(n.) A short attack on a place by soldiers, airplanes, or ships.
(v.) To attack suddenly.
(adj.) Having no plan or pattern.
(n.) The amount, cost, or speed of something.
(n.) The speed at which something happens.
(n.) The cost of something.
(n.) A list that shows which shows are most popular and watched the most.
(n.) A piece of paper that shows you have paid for something.
(n.) A set of instructions that tells you how to cook something.
(v.) To say something such as a poem or story out loud.
(v.) To lie or lean back to relax.
(v.) To become smaller in size or amount.
(n.) A group of small rocks banded together, which is often made out of coral.
(v.) To mention someone or something.
(v.) To send someone to someone else with better knowledge.
(v.) To look at someone or something in a certain way.
(n.) Respect or esteem.
(v.) To feel very excited or happy.
(n.) The behavior and feelings of people or companies that work together.
(n.) A connection.
(v.) To allow something to be seen by the public.
(v.) To make a work of art available to be seen by the public.
(n.) When something is made public.
(v.) To give freedom to someone or something.
(v.) To let go of something.
(v.) To express a feeling.
(adj.) Able to be trusted.
(v.) To take away something that makes someone uncomfortable.
(n.) The part of something that is left over.
(v.) To begin doing something again or to extend the time for doing it.
(n.) An answer, response.
(v.) To respond, answer.
(v.) To tell about.
(n.) A written or spoken statement about something.
(n.) An opinion or belief held by people about someone or something.
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