8th Grade Spelling Words Quiz Card

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read [Esc]  n. fitness; correct conduct; quality of being proper; appropriateness

Spelling Word: propriety
read [Esc]  n. someone who explores an area for mineral deposits

Spelling Word: prospector
read [Esc]  n. pen name; fictitious name used when someone performs a particular social role

Spelling Word: pseudonym
read [Esc]  a. marked by precise accordance with details

Spelling Word: punctilious
read [Esc]  a. stinging; sharp in taste or smell; caustic

Spelling Word: pungent
read [Esc]  n. pure, highly concentrated essence of a thing

Spelling Word: quintessence
read [Esc]  v. grow worse; cause persistent irritation or resentment

Spelling Word: rankle
read [Esc]  n. emotional closeness; harmony; relationship of mutual trust or emotional affinity

Spelling Word: rapport
read [Esc]  v. destroy completely; scrape or shave off

Spelling Word: raze
read [Esc]  v. retract a previous statement; sing over again; utter repeatedly in song

Spelling Word: recant
read [Esc]  n. container; reservoir; an object or space used to contain something

Spelling Word: receptacle
read [Esc]  n. rescuing from error and returning to a rightful course

Spelling Word: reclamation
read [Esc]  n. one who lives in solitude; withdrawn from the world; reclusive

Spelling Word: recluse
read [Esc]  v. render an equivalent to, for service, loss; requite; remunerate; compensate; give in return; pay back

Spelling Word: recompense
read [Esc]  n. one that is turned or applied to for aid or security; resort for help or protection; access or admittance

Spelling Word: recourse
read [Esc]  n. uprightness; moral virtue; correctness of judgment

Spelling Word: rectitude
read [Esc]  v. reappear; happen or occur again

Spelling Word: recur
read [Esc]  a. exceeding what is necessary or natural; repetitious; excessively wordy

Spelling Word: redundant
read [Esc]  n. one who flees to shelter, or place of safety

Spelling Word: refugee
read [Esc]  n. prescribed diet and habits; a systematic plan for therapy; governmental rule or control

Spelling Word: regimen
read [Esc]  v. restore to proper condition; help to re-adapt, as to former state of health or good repute

Spelling Word: rehabilitate
read [Esc]  n. retort; comeback; answer to a reply

Spelling Word: rejoinder
read [Esc]  n. surviving remnant; something left after loss or decay; object kept for its association with the past

Spelling Word: relic
read [Esc]  n. translation, often interpretive; performance of a musical or dramatic work

Spelling Word: rendition
read [Esc]  v. deny; go back on; fail to fulfill promise or obligation

Spelling Word: renege
read [Esc]  n. fame; quality of being widely honored and acclaimed

Spelling Word: renown
read [Esc]  n. act of putting something in working order again; act or process of making amends; compensation

Spelling Word: reparation
read [Esc]  v. cause to feel remorse or regret; feel regret or self-reproach for

Spelling Word: repent
read [Esc]  n. copy or reproduction of a work of art

Spelling Word: replica
read [Esc]  v. express disapproval or disappointment; bring shame upon; disgrace

Spelling Word: reproach
read [Esc]  a. arousing disgust or aversion; offensive or repulsive; hateful

Spelling Word: repugnant
read [Esc]  n. necessary requirement; indispensable item

Spelling Word: requisite
read [Esc]  a. dazzling; glorious; shining with brilliant luster; very bright

Spelling Word: resplendent
read [Esc]  a. impatient under restraint or opposition; resisting control; difficult to control

Spelling Word: restive
read [Esc]  a. tending or serving to restrict; limiting; confining

Spelling Word: restrictive
read [Esc]  n. bringing again into activity and prominence

Spelling Word: resurgence
read [Esc]  a. holding; having quality, power, or capacity of retaining, as to retain knowledge with ease

Spelling Word: retentive
read [Esc]  n. following members; attendants accompanying high-ranking person

Spelling Word: retinue
read [Esc]  n. reply, especially to answer in a quick, caustic, or witty manner

Spelling Word: retort
read [Esc]  n. money which returns from an investment; annual income; reward

Spelling Word: revenue
read [Esc]  v. to throw or bend back, from a surface; ring or echo with sound; spring back; spring away from an impact

Spelling Word: reverberate
read [Esc]  v. attack with abusive language; vilify

Spelling Word: revile
read [Esc]  n. a long and complicated and confusing procedure

Spelling Word: rigmarole
read [Esc]  n. broken fragments; irregular pieces of rock

Spelling Word: rubble
read [Esc]  n. quality of being sagacious; quickness or acuteness of sense perceptions; keenness of discernment; shrewdness

Spelling Word: sagacity
read [Esc]  n. one celebrated for wisdom, experience, and judgment; various plants of the genus Salvia

Spelling Word: sage
read [Esc]  n. scholar; man of learning or science; one eminent for learning

Spelling Word: savant
read [Esc]  a. hard to find; absent or rare; limited

Spelling Word: scarce
read [Esc]  a. calm, peaceful, and untroubled; completely clear and fine

Spelling Word: serene
read [Esc]  n. a small piece of table linen that is used to wipe the mouth and to cover the lap in order to protect clothing

Spelling Word: serviette
read [Esc]  n. device to separate larger objects from smaller objects, or to separate solid objects from a liquid; utensil for separating; coarse basket

Spelling Word: sieve
read [Esc]  a. having an even, smooth surface; smooth; not rough or harsh

Spelling Word: sleek
read [Esc]  v. watch, observe, or inquire secretly

Spelling Word: sleuth
read [Esc]  a. messy and dirty; careless and excessively casual

Spelling Word: slovenly
read [Esc]  n. nickname; familiar name for person, typically shortened version of given name

Spelling Word: sobriquet
read [Esc]  n. either of the two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the celestial equator

Spelling Word: solstice