Spelling Words for 7th Grade (List 7)

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Middle School Words: Spelling Words for 7th Grade (List 7)

postwar
a. happening or existing in the period after a war, especially the First or Second World War
prearrange
v. arrange beforehand
precaution
n. an action that is done to prevent something unpleasant or dangerous happening
precious
a. of high worth or cost
precocious
a. showing mental development or achievement much earlier than usual; appearing or developing early
prefer
v. select as an alternative over another
v. give preference to one over another
preferable
a. more desirable or worthy than another; better or more suitable
prehistoric
a. describing the period before there were written records; ancient
a. no longer fashionable
preliminary
a. prior to or preparing for the main matter; introductory
n. an action or event preceding or preparing for something more important
premonition
n. a feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen
preposterous
a. contrary to nature, reason, or common sense; very silly or stupid; ridiculous
preview
v. watch a movie or play before it is released to the general public
n. short parts of a tv show or film that are shown in public to advertise it
productive
a. having quality or power of producing; yielding or furnishing results
prominent
a. very well known and important; immediately noticeable
promise
v. tell someone that you will certainly do something
propeller
n. a device that causes a ship or aircraft to move, consisting of two or more blades that spin at high speed
protein
n. one of the many substances found in food, such as meat or eggs, that is necessary for the body to grow
psychiatrist
n. a doctor who specializes in psychiatry
pummel
v. beat or pound with fists; hit or strike heavily and repeatedly
purchase
v. buy something; acquire something by paying for it
receipt
n. something proving that money, goods, or information have been received
recent
a. of the immediate past or just previous to the present time
reconcile
v. correct inconsistencies; become compatible or consistent
v. become friendly after a quarrel
reconstruct
v. construct again; rebuild; reconstitute
reduce
v. make something less in size, amount, degree, importance, or price
register
v. put information, especially name, into an official list; record in writing
v. enroll as a student
relationship
n. way in which two things are connected
n. a close romantic friendship between two people
relief
n. easing of burden or distress, such as pain or anxiety; release from post or duty
reluctant
a. not willing to do something and therefore slow to do it
remedial
a. intended to correct something that is wrong or to improve a bad situation; corrective
remedy
n. a successful way of curing an illness or dealing with a problem
reminiscent
a. serving to bring to mind; making someone remember a particular person, event, or thing
remorseful
a. feeling pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
renew
v. increase the life of or replace something old; renovate; make new or as if new again
rescue
v. free someone from harm or evil; take from legal custody by force
research
v. inquire into; attempt to find out in scientific manner
resent
v. feel bitter or be in angry, because of unfair injury or affront
resign
v. give up a job or position; abandon
resignation
n. act of leaving a job or position and making a statement for it
n. attitude of accepting something unpleasant because you cannot change it
restaurant
n. a place where meals are prepared and served to customers
retrieval
n. process of finding and bringing back something
review
v. study again something, in preparation for an exam, practice to refresh memory
n. summary of a longer discussion
rhinestone
n. bright, transparent artificial jewel that looks like a diamond, used as an inexpensive ornament
roughly
ad. without taking a lot of care to make something perfect
ad. approximately; more or less
scenic
a. having or allowing someone to see beautiful natural features
scent
n. distinctive odor that is pleasant; fragrance or perfume
schedule
n. plan for an activity or event; arrange
seize
v. take hold of; take or capture by force
sensational
a. very good, exciting, or unusual; intended to arouse strong curiosity, interest, or reaction
sensitive
a. easily upset by the things people say or do; responsive to external conditions
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