Third Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Third Grade - D:
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(n.) Slightly wet.
(v.) To have enough courage to do something difficult.
(v.) To bet a person to do something difficult.
(v.) To go somewhere very quickly.
(n.) A small amount of something.
(adj.) Not living.
(adj.) Loved or important.
(n.) The end of a person's or animal's life.
(adj.) Far down from the top or surface.
(n.) A four-legged animal that lives in the wild; the males have antlers (horns) on their heads.
(v.) To win a victory over someone else.
(n.) When someone loses against someone else.
(v.) To protect someone or something against an attack.
(v.) In a sporting event, to try to stop an opponent from scoring.
(v.) To take something somewhere.
(n.) Something that people want.
(v.) To ask for strongly.
(n.) A person whose job is to clean and fix people's teeth.
(v.) To trust or rely on.
(v.) To ruin something or damage it beyond repair.
(n.) An evil being; a demon.
(n.) Someone who behaves badly.
(v.) To press buttons or turn a knob on a telephone to make call; to tune in a radio station.
(n.) A bank of earth that keeps out water.
(v.) To eat dinner.
(n.) Earth, soil, or any substance that makes things not clean.
(n.) A flat circle which may hold music or data.
(n.) Cartilage between the bones of the spine.
(n.) A long narrow hole in the ground.
(adj.) Having the feeling of not being able to balance yourself, especially after spinning around or because you feel sick.
(v.) To move quickly out of the way of something.
(conjunction) Contraction of does not.
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