Third Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Third Grade - M:
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(n.) Liquid rock.
(n.) A person who delivers the mail.
(n.) A building or group of buildings that contains stores and restaurants.
(v.) To lead or control an organization.
(n.) A person whose job is to lead all or part of an organization.
(n.) The person who leads a department in a company.
(n.) A kind of pen that makes thick lines.
(n.) All of the people and organizations who buy and sell particular goods or services.
(v.) To sell something.
(n.) A place that sells things.
(v.) To join as husband and wife.
(n.) Someone who is elected to lead the government of a town or city.
(n.) A person who belongs to a group.
(n.) A measurement equal to 100 centimeters or 3.28 feet.
(n.) The center or halfway part of something.
(adj.) Having to do with the middle of something.
(n.) Used in order to talk about what was or is possible.
(adj.) Not strong or serious.
(n.) A measure of distance that is equal to 5,280 feet.
(n.) The number 1 followed by six zeroes (1,0000,000).
(n.) Thin clouds that are close to the ground, making it difficult to see very far.
(n.) An error or incorrect action.
(v.) To fail to recognize someone or something.
(n.) Title given to an adult male.
(n.) A way of doing things.
(n.) A very short period of time.
(n.) A time or occasion.
(n.) An imaginary creature that is frightening and scary.
(n.) A horrible person.
(n.) One of the 12 parts of the year, consisting of between 28 and 31 days each.
(n.) Light from the moon.
(v.) To work at a second job in addition to one's regular job.
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