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Mrs. Kelly

6th English

grammatical not one nor the other
precede full of joy; glad
irregular a person who is trained at or naturally good at sports
reference to come upon suddenly or unexpectedly
ugliest The newborn baby _______ed seven pounds.
succeed the word formed when -ing is added to refer
really to gather together; to collect
illegal not legal
tomatoes plural of fox
occasionally writing paper and envelopes
wasteful Most people will not eat a hamburger without these.
beginning odd or strange
rewrite very old; aged
mischievous to get
least fomred when -ous is added to mischief
conscience vast groupings og stars, gas, and dust
weird passed out of sight; vanished; faded; ceased to exist
joyful the distance from the top to the bottom of something
accumulate plural of deer
giraffes to write again
separate superlative form of close
cemetery used to produce music (iare similar to organs)
mice "Three blind ___! Three blind ___! See how they run."
regretted one who reports
truly a word often found in salutations of lriendly etters
churches the word formed when -ment is added to achieve
weigh plural of giraffe
surprise to take apart
pianos the word formed when -ed is added to regret
rodeos the word formed when -ing is added to begin
deer a sense of right and wrong
disappeared one of three English words that ends in -ceed
panicked plural of journey
height brave; bold; full of courage
believe the past form of panic
receive one of three English words that end in -ceed
foxes plural of knife
courageous to accept as true or real
dissatisfied of or related to grammar
recognize not regular
ancient cloth that hides the head, shoulders, and/or the face
ineligible an adverb meaning truly or in actual truth or fact
exceed plural of church
reporter place for burying the dead; a graveyard
athlete one of three English words that end in -ceed
galaxies characterized by waste; having a tendency to waste
neither not capable of being moved; fixed
journeys spelled incorrectly
veil superlative form of ugly
stationary antonym of satisfied
closest where competitors ride broncos and rope calves
supersede superaltive form of little
stationery to know or identify from past experience or knowledge
achievement the word formed when -ence is added to refer
changeable comparative form of loud
misspelled one of many English words that end in -cede
proceed from time to time; now and then
louder capable of being altered, or changed
referring not eligible
knives the only English word that ends in -sede

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