7th Grade Words of the Day

To help grade 7 students learn words at their levels efficiently, in addition to showing words of the day, the page also has words of recent 15 or 50 days to review. It's a handy app for grade 7 students to get words and their meanings, examples, and context sources.
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 Word of the Day for Grade 7
Specified Day: 2024-04-15
buffetspeak speak spelling sentences 
n. table with food set out for people to serve themselves
n. meal at which people help themselves to food that's been set out
I have been so much buffeted about in war and by sea that I am case-hardened, and this too may go with the rest.
The Odyssey By Homer
Context  Highlight   In BOOK XVII
garagespeak speak spelling sentences 
n. a building where a car is kept, usually next to house
n. a shop where cars and trucks are sold, serviced, and repaired
Review Words:   Rrecent 15 days   Recent 50 days
Words of the recent 15 days
2024-04-12   (Back to the Day)
  urban   speakExamples  
a. metropolitan; of or in a city or town
  magnify   speakExamples  
v. intensify or increase; make greater in size
2024-04-11   (Back to the Day)
  ballet   speakExamples  
n. a sort of theatrical representation by dancers
  easel   speakExamples  
n. an upright tripod for displaying something, usually an artist's canvas
2024-04-10   (Back to the Day)
  intuitive   speakExamples  
a. based on feelings rather than facts or proof; automatic, without requiring conscious thought
  carnival   speakExamples  
n. festivity; traveling amusement show usually including rides, games, and sideshows
2024-04-09   (Back to the Day)
  lemonade   speakExamples  
n. a drink made with the juice of lemons, water, and sugar
  decorate   speakExamples  
v. add something to an object or place, especially in order to make it more attractive
2024-04-08   (Back to the Day)
  inventive   speakExamples  
a. marked by independence and creativity in thought or action
  moose   speakExamples  
n. large northern deer with enormous flattened antlers in the male
2024-04-05   (Back to the Day)
  hundredth   speakExamples  
n. position 100 in a countable series of things
  antidote   speakExamples  
n. medicine to counteract a poison or disease; agent that relieves or counteracts
2024-04-04   (Back to the Day)
  naive   speakExamples  
a. too willing to believe that someone is telling the truth, lacking worldly experience
  prehistoric   speakExamples  
a. describing the period before there were written records; ancient
a. no longer fashionable
2024-04-03   (Back to the Day)
  bazaar   speakExamples  
n. an area of small shops and people selling things, especially in West and South Asia
  appreciative   speakExamples  
a. showing to understand how good something is
a. being grateful for something
2024-04-02   (Back to the Day)
  illiterate   speakExamples  
a. unable to read and write; uncultured or uneducated
  originate   speakExamples  
v. initiate or invent; start something or cause it to happen
2024-03-29   (Back to the Day)
  irrelevant   speakExamples  
a. not related to what is being discussed or considered and therefore not important; not applicable; having no connection with
  informal   speakExamples  
a. not formal or official; absence of ceremony
2024-03-28   (Back to the Day)
  cleanse   speakExamples  
v. make something completely clean, as by washing
v. make someone or something morally clean or pure
  barricade   speakExamples  
n. obstacle; a line or pile of objects put together to stop people from going
2024-03-27   (Back to the Day)
  sensational   speakExamples  
a. very good, exciting, or unusual; intended to arouse strong curiosity, interest, or reaction
  crocodile   speakExamples  
n. a large reptile with a hard skin that lives in and near rivers and lakes
2024-03-26   (Back to the Day)
  intercept   speakExamples  
v. take or seize by the way; cause to stop on the passage
  distract   speakExamples  
v. make someone stop giving their attention to something
2024-03-25   (Back to the Day)
  furthermore   speakExamples  
ad. in addition; moreover; still further
  exaggerate   speakExamples  
v. represent as greater than is actually the case; do something to an excessive degree
2024-03-22   (Back to the Day)
  inequality   speakExamples  
n. a lack of equality or fair treatment in the sharing of opportunities
  irrational   speakExamples  
a. not using reason or clear thinking; illogical or insane
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