Spelling Words for 10th Grade (List 6)

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High School Words: Spelling Words for 10th Grade (List 6)

migrant
a. habitually moving from place to place especially in search of seasonal work; wandering
mimic
v. copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression
mimicry
n. imitation; act, practice, or art of mimicking
minority
n. a group of people who differ racially or politically from a larger group
miscellaneous
a. mixed; mingled; consisting of several things; of diverse sorts; promiscuous; heterogeneous
misleading
a. deceptive; giving the wrong idea or impression
muster
v. call together; cause to come together; gather; summon up
mute
a. refraining from producing speech or vocal sound; unable to speak; expressed without speech; unspoken
nautical
a. relating to ships, sailors, or navigation
navigate
v. steer; direct; follow a planned course on, across, or through
negligible
a. so small, trifling, or unimportant that it may be easily disregarded
nuptial
a. relating to marriage or wedding ceremony
oasis
n. fertile or green spot in a waste or desert
oblige
v. force; bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted; do a service or favor for
oblong
a. having greater length than breadth, especially when rectangular
obsess
v. preoccupy the mind of excessively; besiege; compass about; dominate the thoughts of someone
obstinate
a. stubbornly adhering to an attitude or opinion; hard to control or treat
occurrence
n. an event that happens; the action or fact of happening or occurring
offense
n. act of causing anger, displeasure, or affront; transgression of law; attacking or assaulting
onset
n. beginning or early stages; offensive against enemy
onslaught
n. assault; a fierce or destructive attack
oppressive
a. unreasonably burdensome; unjustly severe, rigorous, or harsh
orchid
n. plants usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors
ordain
v. decree or command; grant holy orders; predestine
ornate
a. excessively or elaborately decorated; flashy, showy, or florid in style or manner
ostracize
v. exclude from community or group; banish by popular vote
outburst
n. an unrestrained expression of emotion; a sudden intense happening
outcast
a. cast out; degraded; excluded from a society
outcry
n. strong protest or objection; loud cry or clamor
outlast
v. outlive; live or last longer than
outlaw
n. person excluded from the benefit of the law, or deprived of its protection; fugitive from the law; habitual criminal
outrage
n. act of extreme violence or viciousness; offense
outstrip
v. exceed or surpass; leave behind
ovation
n. enthusiastic, prolonged applause; show of public homage or welcome
overpower
v. overcome by superior force; overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
overrun
v. run or extend beyond normal or desired limit; overflow
oversee
v. supervise; manage; watch over and direct; examine or inspect
overshadow
v. throw a shadow, or shade, over; to darken; obscure; cover with a superior influence
overt
a. open to view; not secret or hidden
overwrought
a. extremely disturbed from emotion
pachyderm
n. any of various large, thick-skinned, hoofed mammals, as elephant
pandemonium
n. state of extreme confusion and disorder; very noisy place
parsimonious
a. excessively unwilling to spend; excessively sparing or frugal
pastoral
a. rural; relating to shepherds or herders; relating to the country or country life
pedestal
n. architectural support or base, as for a column or statue; support or foundation
perceive
v. become aware of through the senses; detect
perceptible
a. capable of being perceived; cognizable; discernible; perceivable
perpetual
a. everlasting; continuing without interruption
perpetuate
v. make something last; preserve from extinction
persuasive
a. capable of convincing; having the power to induce action or belief
peruse
v. read or examine, typically with great care
pervade
v. pass or flow through, as an aperture; permeate; pass or spread through the whole extent of
pestilence
n. any epidemic disease with a high death rate
pharmaceutical
a. of or pertaining to knowledge of pharmacy or preparing medicines
phenomenon
n. appearance; anything visible, in matter or spirit; extraordinary or very remarkable person, thing, or occurrence
pilgrim
n. traveler; one who travels far, or in strange lands, to visit some holy place or shrine as a devotee
pithy
a. precisely meaningful; forceful and brief
pittance
n. very small portion or allowance assigned, whether of food or money
pivot
n. the central point, pin, or shaft on which a mechanism turns or oscillates; axis; center
polar
a. pertaining to one of the poles of the earth; of the poles
poll
n. voting; survey; number of votes cast or recorded
pollination
n. fertilization of plants by the agency of insects that carry pollen from one flower to another