Spelling Words for 7th Grade (List 3)

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decorate
v. add something to an object or place, especially in order to make it more attractive
defective
a. having a faulty; imperfect or incomplete
definite
a. fixed, certain, or clear; having distinct limits
denominator
n. the divisor of a fraction; the number below the line in a fraction
descend
v. move downward and lower; come from
v. be connected by a relationship of blood
desperate
a. having lost all hope; very serious or bad
develop
v. grow or change into a more advanced, larger, or stronger form
v. invent something or bring something into existence
diesel
n. a type of heavy oil used as fuel
digestion
n. process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed by the body
dilemma
n. a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made between two different things
discipline
n. training that makes people more willing to obey or more able to control themselves
n. a particular area of study, especially a subject studied at a college
discreet
a. careful not to cause embarrassment or attract a lot of attention; distinguishable
discrete
a. clearly separate or different in shape or form; consisting of unconnected distinct parts
disease
n. illness of people, animals, plants, etc
disentangle
v. separate things that have become joined or confused
disguise
n. dress or exterior put on for purposes of concealment or of deception
dishonor
n. a feeling of embarrassment and loss of people's respect
disinfectant
n. substance which kills germs or viruses; agent for removing the causes of infection
distract
v. make someone stop giving their attention to something
disturb
v. upset or bother; trouble emotionally or mentally; put out of order
double
a. twice the size, amount, price, etc.
n. a person who looks exactly the same as someone else
doubt
n. not being certain about something, especially about how good or true it is
doughnut
n. a small ring-shaped fried cake
dungeon
n. a dark cell, usually underground, where prisoners can be confined
n. an underground prison
easel
n. an upright tripod for displaying something, usually an artist's canvas
elegant
a. refined and tasteful in style or behavior
elementary
a. easily dealt with; straightforward and fundamental
embarrassment
n. a feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness
emigrate
v. remove from one country to another, for the purpose of residence; migrate from home
encounter
v. confront or meet, especially unexpectedly
enemy
n. a person who hates or opposes another person and tries to harm that person
n. an opposing military force
enlighten
v. supply with light; illuminate
v. make clear to the intellect or conscience; give information to
entrance
n. a door, gate, etc. by which you can enter a building or place
envelop
v. cover or encase something completely
envelope
n. a flat, usually rectangular, container for a letter or thin package
n. any wrapper or covering
environmental
a. relating to the natural world and the impact of human activity on its condition
a. relating to or arising from a person's surroundings
exaggerate
v. represent as greater than is actually the case; do something to an excessive degree
excellence
n. the quality of being outstanding or extremely good
n. an outstanding feature
exclude
v. prevent something from entering a place or taking part in an activity; reject
exhale
v. breathe out; send air out of lungs
exhaustion
n. the state of being extremely tired
expensive
a. high in price or charging high prices; costing a lot of money
expert
n. person with a high degree of skill in a certain subject
explore
v. investigate systematically; search and discover about something
exquisite
a. very beautiful and delicate; excellent and flawless
familiar
a. well known or easily recognized
fascinate
v. cause to be interested or curious; interest someone a lot; captivate
fatigue
n. physical or mental weariness; exhaustion
fictitious
a. existing only in imagination; feigned; not true or real
financial
a. monetary; relating to money matters
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