Third Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Third Grade - B:
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(n.) A person who cooks food in an oven and sells it.
(n.) A place where a person cooks food in an oven and sells it.
(n.) A place where you can buy bread, cakes, or cookies.
(n.) A rubber bag filled with air.
(n.) A large room for dances.
(n.) A loud noise or explosion.
(n.) A place where you can keep your money or borrow money.
(n.) The place where you can keep or borrow money.
(adj.) Naked, uncovered.
(v.) To show something.
(n.) A woven container made of straw or wood that you use to hold or carry things.
(n.) How someone scores in basketball, by throwing the ball through the hoop.
(v.) To wash your body in a tub of water.
(v.) To wash a person or animal in a tub of water.
(n.) A loose piece of clothing like a coat that you wear before or after a bath.
(n.) A room with a sink and toilet.
(n.) A room where there is a toilet.
(n.) In baseball, a person who hits a ball with a bat.
(n.) A mixture that you cook to make cake, pancakes, or other food.
(n.) A thing that makes electric power in a very small box.
(n.) A furry animal with a wide, flat tail that builds its home on the water.
(n.) A room where you sleep.
(n.) A place where bees live and make honey.
(v.) To start.
(v.) Doing or saying things in a specific way.
(n.) A thing that lives.
(n.) A long seat for two or more people.
(n.) A long seat for two or more people, especially outdoors.
(v.) Changed something so that it is not straight.
(n.) A small fruit.
(n.) A thing that holds other things.
(v.) To move in the air.
(n.) A hard hit.
(n.) Also board of directors, a group of people who manage a company.
(v.) To get on a plane, ship, train, or bus to travel somewhere.
(n.) A thin, flat piece of wood or other material.
(n.) The meals that you get when you pay to stay somewhere.
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