Third Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Third Grade - N:
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(v.) To catch someone doing something illegal.
(v.) To remind someone many times about something in an annoying way.
(n.) A thin pointed piece of metal that you push into a piece of wood with a hammer.
(v.) To fasten something with a nail.
(n.) A small piece of cloth or paper that you wipe your mouth and hands with during a meal.
(n.) A small piece of cloth or paper that you use to clean your mouth or hands when eating.
(adj.) Not wide.
(n.) A country.
(n.) A person, animal, or plant who was born or grows in a specific place.
(adj.) Relating to a person's place of birth or origin.
(adv.) Only a short distance away from someone or something.
(adj.) Clean, tidy.
(adj.) Good, great.
(n.) The part of your body that joins your head to your shoulders.
(n.) A liquid produced by flowers and collected by bees.
(n.) The sharp hollow metal part on the end of a syringe.
(n.) Someone who lives next door or nearby.
(adj.) Worried or frightened about something, or unable to relax.
(n.) A publication that features news, articles, sports scores, etc..
(n.) An informal name for someone or something.
(v.) To give someone a nickname.
(n.) A Japanese warrior skilled in martial arts.
(pronoun) No one.
(n.) Someone who is not important.
(n.) A sound that is too loud or that bothers you.
(n.) The middle of the day; twelve o'clock in the daytime.
(n.) The direction toward the top of the world, or to the left of something facing the rising sun.
(n.) The direction that is toward the top of a map of the world.
(n.) A person, place, or thing.
(adv.) Not here, not there, not in any other place.
(n.) A religious woman living in a community of women who dedicate their lives to God and to service and who choose not to get married.
(n.) A person whose job it is to take care of people who are sick or injured, usually in a hospital.
(v.) To help or take care of someone who is sick or injured.
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