Grade 7 Vocabulary

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Grade 7 Vocabulary
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  1. (n) a person who does something as a pastime, not a as a profession
    amateur
  2. (v) 1. to go or move upward; to rise; 2.  to climb or ride
    ascend
  3. (v) to say suddenly or accidentally
    blurt
  4. (n) a person who judges people or things according to certain standards
    critic
  5. (n) 1.  an entrance hall in a house or an apartment 2.  a lobby
    foyer
  6. (v)1.  to pretend to be someone; 2.  to imitate someone
    impersonate
  7. (v)1.  to urge on; 2.  to put in motion
    incite
  8. (v) 1.  to yield to the whims of another; 2.  to pamper
    indulge
  9. (n)something said or done for the amusement or laughter (v) to act or play in an amusing way; to joke
    jest
  10. (adj) 1.  silent; 2.  unable to speak; (v) to muffle the sound of
    mute
  11. (v) to confuse or perplex
    mystify
  12. v).  1. to give an oral or a written acount of; 2.  to tell of events or experiences in speech or writing
    narrate
  13. (n) 1.  a command or an order;  2.  a public regulation
    ordinance
  14. (v) to consider or rate too highly
    overrate
  15. (v) 1.  to follow or chase; 2.  to try to get
    pursue
  16. (adj) 1.  quickly or without delay; 2.  willingly;  3.  easily
    readily
  17. (v) to make fun of
    ridicule
  18. (adj) full of dislike and critical behavior
    scornful
  19. (n) the ability  to do or say somehting in a way that does not offen
    tact
  20. (adj) not discouraged; 2.  brave
    undaunted
  21. (n) 1.  a large display of people or things; 2.  proper order
    array
  22. (n) the study opf stars, planets, and other heavenly bodies
    astronomy
  23. (v) to confuse or to puzzle
    bewilder
  24. (n) a long, loose outer garment; (v) to cover up or conceal
    cloak
  25. (n) a person who belongs to the same time period as another: (adj) 1.  belonging to the same period of time;  2.  modern; current
    contemporary
  26. (v) 1.  to standup to; 2.  to challenge
    defy
  27. (n) a person who behaves in an unusual way; (adj) 2.  out of the ordinary
    eccentric
  28. (v) to write, to print, or engrave letters or words on a surface
    inscribe
  29. (v) to delay leaving
    linger
  30. (v) to show or point out
    indicate
  31. (adj) 1.  reasonable; 2.  explainable
    logical
  32. (adj) of or having to do with the moon
    lunar
  33. (v) to copy or imitate by speech. gesture, or expression;  (n) a person who imitates other people
    mimic
  34. (n) a long adventurous journey
    odyssey
  35. (n) a simple story that teaches a moral lesson
    parable
  36. (n) a moment of trembling; (v) to tremble
    quake
  37. (v) 1.  to wander at random; 2.  to roam widely
    rove
  38. (v) 1. to set apart as holy; 2.  to purify or free from sin
    sanctify
  39. (adj) serious, earnest
    solemn
  40. (v) 1.  to sign one's name;  2.  to agree with something
    subscribe
  41. (adj) nearly correct; (v) to come near to
    approximate
  42. (n) something said or done to mislead others with false confidence; (v) to fool or mislead by showing false confidence
    bluff
  43. (v) 1.  to turn bottom side up;  2. to upset; 3.  to overturn
    capsize
  44. (v) to take or seize private property, usually as a penalty
    confiscate
  45. (n) 1.  a current of water or air moving in a motion different from the common flow, often in a circle; 2.  a whirlwind or whirlpool
    eddy
  46. (adj) done with little difficulty, or effort; easy
    facile
  47. (n) 1. the steering gear of a ship; 2.  a position of leadership
    helm
  48. (n) a motorboat that skims the top of the water at high speeds; (v) 1.  to drive a hydroplane; 2.  to lose control in a vehicle by skimming along the surface of a wet road
    hydroplane
  49. (adj) 1.  stormy; 2.  harsh
    inclement
  50. (v) 1.  to fill with air or gas;  2.  to expand or swell unnaturally or by force
    inflate
  51. (n) 1.  a shallow body of water, separated from the sea by sandbars or coral reefs;  2.  any small, shallow body of water
    lagoon
  52. (n) a written or published  notice of someone's death
    obituary
  53. (v) 1.  to work effectively; 2.  to perform surgery
    operate
  54. (n) an abnormal fear of a thing or situation
    phobia
  55. (n) a difficult or bad situation
    predicament
  56. (v) to direct attention to some source for help or information
    refer
  57. (n) a brief, sudden windstorm
    squall
  58. (n) 1.  anything that moves in a violent, swelling manner;  2.  a sudden, powerful rush or burst (v) 1.  to move in a swelling way; 2.  to rise and fall violently
    surge
  59. (adj) 1.  not trustworthy; 2.  dangerous
    treacherous
  60. (v) to spread out or unfold
    unfurl

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