Spelling Words for 8th Grade (List 7)

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principal
a. highest in rank, authority, importance, or degree
principle
n. basic truth, law, or assumption; rule or law of nature; rule of personal conduct
privilege
n. special advantage or benefit not enjoyed by all; right reserved exclusively
procedure
n. act or manner of moving forward; steps taken in an action
procession
n. a line of people who are all walking or travelling in the same direction, as part of a ceremony
promotional
a. intended to advertise something in order to sell it
pronounce
v. say a word or a letter in a correct way
v. state something officially or formally, such as a judgment
prospective
a. expected or expecting to be something particular in the future
n. people who are expected to buy something, become parents, etc.
provision
n. act of supplying or fitting out; food and other necessary items provided
n. a condition or requirement in a legal document
punctual
a. happening at the expected, correct time; not late
punctuation
n. marks to clarify meaning of written material by grouping words into sentences, clauses, and phrases
n. something that makes repeated and regular interruptions or divisions
quadruple
v. increase fourfold; become four times as big
a. having four units or components
quantity
n. amount or number of something, especially that can be measured
n. an adequate or large amount
questionnaire
n. form containing a set of questions, submitted to people to gain statistical information
rapport
n. a good understanding of someone; an ability to communicate well with people; emotional closeness
ravioli
n. small squares of pasta, often filled with meat or cheese, that are cooked in boiling water
reassure
v. comfort someone and stop them from worrying; cause to feel sure or certain
recollection
n. a memory of something; power of recalling ideas to the mind
recommend
v. suggest that something or someone is the best one to choose
recruit
v. register formally as a participant; engage for military service; enlist
rectangle
n. a flat shape with four sides and four right angles, with opposite sides of equal length
regulate
v. control something, especially by making it work in a particular way; fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of
remit
v. transmit or send, especially as money in payment of a demand
v. reduce a period of time that someone must spend in prison
reservoir
n. tank used for collecting and storing a liquid; lake used to store water for community use
restore
v. give or bring back; return to its original condition
reusable
a. capable of being used again
revise
v. look at or consider again an idea or piece of writing to correct or improve it; amend
rupture
v. cause something to explode, break, or tear; make a sudden noisy break
saccharin
n. a very sweet artificial substance that is used to replace sugar, as a calorie-free sweetener
sacrifice
v. give up something that is valuable to help another person
v. kill an animal and offer it to a god or gods
secretary
n. a person who is the head of an administrative department of government
n. an assistant who handles clerical work for a boss or an organization
semicircle
n. half of a circle, or something in this shape
semicolon
n. a punctuation mark ' ; ' used to connect independent clauses
senator
n. a member of a senate; a member of the king's council
series
n. (plural) a number of things or events standing or succeeding in order; sequence
shear
v. cut or clip hair; strip of something; remove by cutting or clipping
sheer
a. very absolute or pure; nothing other than
a. very steep
socialize
v. take part in social activities; interact with others
sociology
n. the study of the relationships between people living in groups, especially in industrial societies
soloist
n. a musician who performs a single
solstice
n. either of the two times of a year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the celestial equator
souvenir
n. token of remembrance; something you buy or keep to help remember a holiday or special event
spacious
a. wide, generous, or large in area or extent; sizable
specialist
n. someone who has a lot of experience, knowledge, or skill in a particular subject
n. a doctor who has special training in a particular area of medicine
specialize
v. study or work on a particular subject or skill more than any others; particularize
specific
a. stated explicitly or in detail; definite
spectacle
n. a public event or show that is exciting to watch; an exciting appearance
spectacular
a. very exciting to look at; impressive or especially great
spectator
n. observer or audience; one who looks on
sponsor
v. support a person or activity by giving money or other help
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