Spelling Words for 8th Grade (List 4)

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etymology
n. language study of the origin and history of words
evaluate
v. judge or calculate the quality, importance, amount, or value of something
evaluation
n. making of a judgment about the amount, number, or value of something; assessment
exaggeration
n. act of making something more noticeable than it really is; overstatement
examination
n. formal systematic questioning
n. a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge
exasperate
v. make someone very annoyed, usually when in difficult situations
excursion
n. trip; usually short journey made for pleasure
executive
n. someone in a high position, like in business or government, who makes sure that laws or rules are carried out; administrator
exempt
a. not subject to duty or obligation; with special permission not to do or pay something
exertion
n. use of a lot of mental or physical effort; expenditure of much physical work
exhibit
v. show something publicly, make visible or apparent
exhilaration
n. feeling of excitement and happiness
exotic
a. from another part of the world; foreign; strikingly strange or unusual
expand
v. become larger in size or volume; grow stronger; add details
expenditure
n. total amount of money that a government or person spends
extend
v. add to something in order to make it bigger or longer
v. reach or continue; stretch something out
extinguish
v. stop a fire or a light burning; stop or get rid of an idea or feeling
fierce
a. physically violent and frightening; extremely severe or violent
fulfill
v. put in effect, fill or meet a want or need
funeral
n. ceremony held in connection with burial; end of existence
gauge
n. measuring instrument; measure or judge
gazelle
n. small swift graceful antelope of Africa and Asia having large eyes
generosity
n. quality or condition of being generous; quality of being noble
generous
a. willing to give money, help, or kindness, especially more than expected
geology
n. science which treats the structure and mineral constitution of the globe
gorilla
n. a large ape that comes from western Africa
graffiti
n. a rude decoration inscribed on rocks or walls
gratitude
n. state of being grateful; warm and friendly feeling toward a benefactor; thankfulness
guacamole
n. a thick mixture of mashed avocado with tomato, onions and other seasonings
harass
v. annoy or trouble someone repeatedly; torment persistently
herd
n. flock, crowd, group of cattle or other domestic animals
hostel
n. inexpensive supervised lodging, especially for youths on bicycling trips
n. a large house where people can stay free or cheaply
hostile
a. unfriendly and not liking something; showing the disposition of an enemy
hurricane
n. a violent wind that has a circular movement, especially in the West Atlantic Ocean
hydrant
n. a discharge pipe with a valve and spout at which water may be drawn from the mains of waterworks; a water plug
hydrophobia
n. a great fear of drinking and water, often a sign of rabies
iceberg
n. a large mass of ice floating at sea
identical
a. duplicate or alike; being the exact same one
identity
n. exact sameness; fact of being who, what a person or thing is; a close similarity
idle
a. given rest and ease; avoiding work or employment; lazy or vain
idol
n. someone who is admired and respected very much
n. image used for worship; image of divinity; false notion or conception
imitate
v. copy the actions, appearance, or speech of; use or follow something from a model
imitation
n. copying the actions of someone else; emulation
immobilize
v. stabilize; cause to be unable to move
immovable
a. not able or intended to be moved
n. property consisting of houses and land
impartial
a. fair; showing lack of favoritism
implicate
v. show that someone is involved in a crime or partly responsible for something bad
improvise
v. compose, perform, or do something with little or no preparation
incumbent
a. imposed as an obligation or duty; currently holding an office
indecision
n. state of being unable to make a choice; a lack of firmness of character or purpose
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