Third Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Third Grade - S:
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(n.) A sheet of fabric that catches wind to move a boat through water.
(v.) To move through water in a boat.
(v.) To move quickly or glide.
(n.) Someone who sails or works on a boat.
(n.) A title given by the Roman Catholic Church to a person who lived a great and holy life.
(n.) A very good and kind person.
(n.) A mixture of raw vegetables.
(n.) A white mineral added to food to improve the taste.
(v.) To put salt on something to improve its taste.
(n.) A box filled with sand that children play in.
(adj.) Covered with sand.
(n.) A piece of clothing worn around the waist, often as part of a uniform.
(n.) A liquid that you put on food to add flavor.
(n.) A thick liquid that is served with food to give it a particular taste.
(n.) A device you use for weighing things.
(n.) A mark left on your skin after a cut heals.
(n.) A long piece of fabric that you wear around your neck.
(n.) A bread you bake on a griddle or in an oven.
(n.) A deep spoon you use for serving food.
(n.) The number of points teams or players earn during a game.
(v.) To win points in a game or sport.
(n.) A soldier sent to spy on the enemy.
(v.) To look for something.
(v.) To remove by rubbing with something sharp or rough.
(n.) A small piece of metal used to join objects together.
(v.) To put a screw into something.
(v.) To cheat someone.
(n.) A white-and-grey bird that lives near the sea.
(n.) A large sea animal that eats fish.
(v.) To close up something .
(v.) To look for someone or something.
(n.) The act of looking for someone/something.
(adj.) Not known by other people.
(n.) Something you keep other people from knowing.
(v.) To appear.
(v.) Past tense of see; looked at with your eyes.
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