Third Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Third Grade - F:
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(n.) The front of a person's or animal's head.
(v.) To confront or look towards.
(n.) The surface of something.
(n.) Something that is true.
(v.) To lose its original color.
(v.) To make something or someone seem real in order to trick people.
(adj.) Not real.
(adj.) Incorrect, untrue.
(n.) The state of being known about by a lot of people because of your achievements.
(adj.) Fashionable, nice looking.
(v.) To like, admire.
(n.) A sharp tooth of an animal.
(n.) A person who owns and works on a farm.
(n.) A thing that you turn on and off to control the flow of water from a pipe.
(n.) Responsibility for a mistake.
(n.) A kind act done for someone.
(v.) To prefer someone over someone else.
(adj.) Something that you like more than other things.
(n.) The feeling you get when you are afraid or worried that something bad will happen.
(v.) To be afraid or scared of something.
(n.) Light objects that cover a bird's body.
(n.) Money you give to a school to pay for books or other materials.
(n.) Charges that you must pay.
(v.) Past tense of feel; to experience a particular physical feeling or emotion.
(v.) Past tense of feel; to touch something in order to learn about it.
(n.) A plant with green leaves shaped like large feathers, but no flowers.
(v.) To tinker with.
(n.) A violin.
(n.) One of 5 equal parts of something.
(adj.) The ordinal of the number 5.
(n.) A box, computer space, or paper folder that you keep papers or records in.
(v.) To put papers or records in a box, computer folder, or paper folder.
(n.) A set of papers or records that have information about a particular person or subject.
(n.) Championship game; exam to end a school term or semester.
(n.) Last contestants.
(v.) To complete or end.
(n.) The end or last part.
(n.) Flames or burning.
(v.) To shoot a gun.
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