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Includes NEW Interactive Grade-Specific Spelling Bees + ELL Spelling Bees

 
 

4th Grade Spelling Bee

5th Grade Spelling Bee

6th Grade Spelling Bee

7th Grade Spelling Bee

8th Grade Spelling Bee

9th Grade Spelling Bee

Welcome to the 4th Grade Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum!

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Of or relat O ting to the alphabe et, alphab betically a arranged, rudiment tary T histor The ry of abec cedarian is as simple as ABC, literally. The T term’s late Lat tin ancest tor, a abecadaur rius, whic ch means “of the alphabet” a was c created as s a combination of f the lette ers, a, b, c, and d plus the e suffix au urius. In it ts oldest document d ted t th E English uses, early in the 17 century y, abeceda arian w a noun meanin was ng one lea arning the e rudiments of s something g, it specifically referred to someone e who w learni was ing the al lphabet. The T adjec ctive bega an a appearing g in English texts ar round 166 65.

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4th Grade Spelling List
These words can be written on your “word wall”, assigned in blocks, utilized for writing assignments or spelling drills. Be sure to reference the Grammar Punk Tutorial CD to access the interactive SPELLING BEE for 4th grade. able above act address agree airport alarm alive alphabet although burned busy button buying cabins calf cardboard caring carrying catch dear death decide deer didn’t died dirt disappear discovered divide always among animal answer aren’t army asleep aunt avenue baking cause celery center certain chance changing chicken chief choice choose double downstairs drain drawer drew drill dump during earn earth bandage baskets began believe belong below benches between blanket bloom chose circle clock clothing coast coin comb common corner cotton edge either elbow electric engine enough evening everybody except exciting boil bold books bottle bought break breath brick bridge broil couch cough couldn’t counting couple cousin cover cracked crayon crime false famous fear feather felt fence few fifth fixed flight broke broken brook broom brought brushes bubble bucket building built crow crowd crush crying curl damage damp danger dare deaf floor flour flow fold follow footprint forest forever forgive fork

 

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introduce the punctuation and grammar dice as students assimilate these vocabulary words. Analyze: to make an analyses of. Accurate: free from error Address: the place where a person lives Afford: to bear the cost of Alert: to make aware of. See examples below. taken into legal custody Ascend: to move upward Assist: to help another Attempt: to make an effort toward Attraction: the act or power of attracting.4th Grade Vocabulary List Teachers. to examine Ancestor: one from whom an individual is descended Annual: occurring once a year Arrest: the state of being stopped. watchful against danger Grammar Punk Sentence: T E 4 | Cecil couldn’t resist the urge to analyze his report card for signs of teacher inattention. As student’s comfort level and confidence grows. Dice words are created by rolling the (white) consonant and vowel dice and creating a word that contains at least one letter from each die. roll the (black) number die and create the number of dice words dictated by the number rolled.0 2011 3   . challenge students to write sentences containing one vocabulary word and one word that contains at least one dice word. 2. When students seem to be comfortable with creating dice words. personal charm Awkward: clumsy or ungraceful Baggage: the traveling bags and belongings of a traveler Barometer: an instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure Basic: concerned with the fundamentals Blend: to mix thoroughly Blossom: the flower of a plant Boastful: to praise oneself Burrow: a hole made in the ground by an animal Bystander: one present but not participating Calculate: to determine by mathematical process Capable: having ability or power to do something Captivity: held under control Century: a period of 100 years Circular: having the form of a circle Grammar Punk Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v.

something contained Contribute: to give along with others. rivalry Complete: having all parts of elements Concentrate: to fix ones powers. to bring into being Dare: to have sufficient courage Dependent: relying on another for support Discover: to obtain sight or knowledge of for the first time Discuss: to argue or consider carefully Doldrums: a spell of listlessness or despondency Grammar Punk Sentence: D O 3 | Nothing dispelled Natasha’s doldrums like a trip to the mall to shop for hats that would inevitably turn out to be too hideous to wear. it didn’t take much to coax her into making a batch of her famous chocolate-chip-cherry-macadamia cookies. 2. sound and perfect Entrance: permission or right to enter Envy: resentful awareness of another’s advantages Essential: of the utmost importance Extraordinary: notably unusual or extraordinary Flexible: yielding to influence Focus: adjustment that gives clear vision Fragile: easily broken Function: the particular purpose for which a thing exists Fusion: the union by or as if by melting Grammar Punk Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. Column: supporting pillar Communicate: to make known Competition: the act of competing. to help. efforts. Domestic: relating to the household or family Draft: to draw a preliminary sketch Drama: series of events involving conflicting forces Dream: a series of images occurring during sleep Dual: having double characters or nature Dwell: to abide or remain Ease: comfort of body or mind Entertain: to amuse or divert Entire: complete or whole. large in degree Content: satisfied.0 2011 4   . assist Create: to cause to exist. or attentions Concern: interest or anxiety Confuse: to make mentally unclear or uncertain Congratulate: to express pleasure on account of success Considerable: important.Coax: to gain by gentle urging or flattery Grammar Punk Sentence: C A 5 | When it came to her grandchildren Myra was a real pushover.

0 2011 5   .Vocabulary Crossword Grammar Punk Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. 2.

to bend the knee. 2. to rest on the knees 9. of common quality. standard. an inherited. hard to endure     Grammar Punk Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. person who has the care of a building 14. containing or yielding plenty 20. material left over. natural 10. or established pattern of action 18. of or relating to the moon 12. rapid or speedy Down 1. rank. regular.0 2011 6   . strict or stern. rejected or thrown away 5.Vocabulary Crossword Clues Across 2. to answer or reply 21. having the form of a circle 3. to obtain sight or knowledge of for the first time 17. exceeding the usual in size 15. addition or enlargement in size 8. to amuse or divert 16. yielding to influence 13. undertaking involving chance or risk 22. a hole made in the ground by an animal 4. activity or confusion 23. excellent and stately 19. to bear the cost of 11. filled with excitement. condition of full development 7. of high rank or station. or ability 6.

Eggplant: large and dark purplish fruit 6. Diamond: figure having four equal sides 5. 2. Liquid: neither solid nor gaseous 10. Grateful: expressing gratitude 7. Piano: musical instrument played with keys 13. Television: system for transmitting pictures and sounds 16. Octopus: sea creature with eight long arms 12. Mirror: smooth surface that reflects an image 11. Whisper: to speak very softly Astound Speak Diamond Piano Icicle Hedge Mirror Upstairs Salesman   Grammar Punk Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v.0 2011 Belief Reindeer Whisper Curious television Grateful Liquid Octopus Eggplant 7   . Upstairs: on an upper floor 17. Hedge: boundary formed of bushes 8. Reindeer: horned deer 14. Speak: to utter words 15. Belief: something believed 3. Icicle: a hanging mass of ice 9.What’s That Word? Answer Key Fill in the blank to match the word (in the box below) to the definition 1. Salesman: person who sells 18. Astound: to fill with bewilderment or wonder 2. Curious: having a desire to investigate or learn 4.

0 2011 I I C I E N S N G S A S I X E J B D T E E N J S I U W D I I O C I L B U P Z X L M G T H I M M X N D B S D S Q A O R U R X I T E C I R T C E L E T J N S L F R D O O N S R C D O G W I I S E D I E D G V N R E B M E M E R A A R U R K S E U W S E L D D I M S P O L S A F B U C K E T S W O R R O M O T C K A R O W M N A K O I W M U N X H E V E R Y B O D Y T N J I O E D N I U E E H R D K I T C H E N D X W R G H D I H S O I V V L P E K S O P Y F S I A Y O U R S E L F Z R C T W R E H D Z T P D P S C P S Z E N I T N E L A V O I J P G N O L I V B F H N S Z S N G Z Y P G Y R V A T T R U C K T D G O R L A D P V G E T E B A H P L A Y G R O U N D E E X R T A M Y L K C I U Q S E L T I T G R E H T A F D N A R G T Y T Z T E M A O D E W J D Q Y J S N L F B K X S R O D K 8   .4th Grade Vocabulary Puzzle I Z E W H I G H E S T X Q O Q P I J D J   Grammar Punk Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. 2.

2. The adjective began appearing in English texts around 1665. Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. abecedarian was a noun meaning one learning the rudiments of something. early in the 17th century. and d plus the suffix aurius. it specifically referred to someone who was learning the alphabet. rudimentary The history of abecedarian is as simple as ABC. abecadaurius. which means “of the alphabet” was created as a combination of the letters. a. alphabetically arranged. c. literally. b. In its oldest documented English uses.Welcome to the 6th Grade Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum! Abecedarian: Of or relating to the alphabet.0 2011 1   . The term’s late Latin ancestor.

2.0 2011 2   .fireproof following foolish forecast forehead foreign forgetting forgiveness forward fossil imagination importance improvement independence information ingredient injury inquire inspect instance misunderstand mixture modern monument mood motion multiple muscle museum musical pollution popular population positive potato potatoes prairie predict prefer preserve fourteen fraction freedom freight friction froze fuel funnel furnish further instant instead instruct instruction instrument interesting intersection interview invention invisible myth napkin nationality natural negative neighborhood nineteen ninety noisy novel prevent preview principal private probably problem project property protective provide galaxy garlic garment gaze gesture governor gracious graduation grateful grief invitation jealous junior knowledge language lawyer lecture legal liberty liquid numerator observe officer official operate opposite original outline Pacific paragraph publish pumpkins purchase quote radius raisin rapid ratio realize recently grocery hamburger handsome handy happiest happiness headache ledge heritage heroes loaves location luggage magazine magnet major manager marriage material mature passenger patient pattern pears pedal penalty penguin percent performance personal recycle reduce referred regular regulate regulation rehearse remarkable remind remote higher hire history honorable horizon humid hunger hyphen identify ignore meaningful measure mechanic medical medicine mention method midnight minute mistaken petal phrase physical piano pledge plumber poem poet policy pollute replacement replied reptile request require requirements rescue resident resources respectful Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v.

glory Flare: a blaze of light used to signal or illuminate Fountain: a spring of water. first month of the calendar Jeopardy: exposure to loss or injury Junction: a place or point of meeting Kayak: a canoe with a small opening propelled double bladed by a paddle Kettle: a metallic vessel for boiling liquids Kumquat: a small citrus fruit with a sweet spongy rind Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. number or scope Evade: to manage to avoid especially by dexterity or slyness Exasperate: to be vexed or irritated Excavate: to dig out and remove a covering Exhibit: to display publicly Exult: to rejoice. a faint trace Groove: a long narrow channel. not patient Impossible: incapable of being or accusing Interest: to persuade to participate or engage Island: a body of land completely surrounded by water Jalopy: a dilapidated vehicle Grammar Punk Sentence: N O 3 | Inordinately proud of his ramshackle jalopy. Bruce watched the frequency of the lightning flashes. an artificial jet of water Frequent: happening often or at short intervals Grammar Punk Sentence: F E 2 | Looking worriedly out the window. January: first month of the ancient Roman year. Dennis spent every spare moment working to keep it running. a fixed routine Hazard: a source of dangers Highway: a main direct road Holiday: a day set aside for special observance Humor: comical or amusing entertainment Impatient: restless or short of temper.Courteous: marked by respect for others Debate: to discuss a question by considering opposed argument Dedicate: to set apart for a definite purpose Deprive: to stop from having something Document: a paper that furnishes information Duplicate: consisting of two corresponding or identical parts Edible: fit or safe to be eaten Grammar Punk Sentence: L I 5 | Highly skeptical that the tiny little cake sitting on the saucer with the Eat Me sign next to it was edible.0 2011 3   . volume. 2. Bruce nevertheless snatched it up and gobbled it down. the storm was getting closer. Friend: one attached to another by respect or affection Garage: a shelter or repair shop for automobiles Ghost: the soul of a dead person. Escalate: to increase in extent.

2.0 2011 .6th Grade M S P B F Z H R Z C T Q Y A X N O Y A R C Q B M N O H B T P J V H I Z Q Z D E T R A C T U P C P D K R L R D J M X C I S Y A A U O T E A D W L E Q T G P S R T P G V I T W T A T U W T C G Q I K I O F I L O R D K G E I L K O T B H B P G Q E X F A L J J Q A C E T L S I X F D E L I B E R A T E I S O U E B Q A L U A U Q A C N J H H G X N C X O F G M R N F O B I E Q F I K V P I A O A T U M D B B B G W X B F N B R N M R L Y N Y O H G J F P A D I O D B M Q G L L Y H H Q L N I F W G A P F L Y K A T E E I C C R J E Y F I T S U J N B H V I A Y B D U A D D N T X W B C Q A T C P W S E U F Q E T A G N O L E ABDICATE BELLIGERENT CALLIGRAPHY DETRACT FIGURATIVE GURGLE ILLOGICAL KLIEG   ARCHITECT BERATE CRAYON ELABORATE FINANCIAL HINDRANCE IMMINENT ATTITUDE BUNDLE DELIBERATE ELONGATE GALLOP HOSPITAL JUSTIFY 4 Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v.

0 2011 5   . 2.A Criss-Cross of Words Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v.

Egregious Vantage Trepidation Request   Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. 17.What’s That Word? Fill in the blank to match the word (in the box below) to the definition 1. 19.0 2011 a mental position with regard to a fact or state toward the back the act of creating or producing hazardous. 7. 18. 2. 12. 2. 9. 16. 3. 4. 8. 13. 6. playful to become amused or derisive wretchedly deficient relating to or occurring in the night formal consent or authorization the purest essence of something an act or instance of asking for something nervous agitation to set too low a value on superiority in a contest one that gives evidence Backward Geography Witness Miserable Creative Permission Laughable Humiliation Fatigue Inseparable Underestimate Nocturnal Attitude Jocular Dangerous Quintessence 6   . perilous notably bad weariness from labor or stress the natural features of a region to injure the self respect of incapable of being separated marked by jesting. 5. 11. 15. 10. 14. 20.

abeceda arian w a noun meanin was ng one lea arning the e rudiments of s something g.0 0 2011 1   . b. alphab betically a arranged. and d plus the e suffix au urius. us. early in the 17 century y. In it ts oldest document d ted t th E English uses.Welcome to the 9th Grade Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum! Abe ecedaria an: Of or relat O ting to the alphabe et. The T term’s late Lat tin ancest tor. which a abecadari h means “of “ the alp phabet” w was c created as s a combination of f the lette ers. Grammar Punk™ P Intermediate Spelling/ /Vocabulary Ad ddendum v. The T adjec ctive bega an a appearing g in English texts ar round 166 65. it specifically referred to someone e who w learni was ing the al lphabet. rudiment tary T histor The ry of abec cedarian is as simple as ABC. c. 2. a. literally.

assigned in blocks. utilized for writing assignments or spelling drills. absence absorption abundant acceptable accidentally accommodation accompaniment accurate accustomed achievement consequently considerable consistency continuous controlled controversial cordially corps correspondence criticize humorist hygiene hypocrisy illustrate imitation immense inability incidentally indispensable influential acquaintance actuality adequately administration adolescent aggressive agriculture amateur ambassador analysis distinction distinguished dividend dominant dormitory earnest easily ecstasy eighth eliminate innocence inquiry institute intellect interference interpretation interruption interval irrelevant irresistible analyze angel annual apparatus appearance application appropriate approximately arousing arrangement embroidery endeavor enormous equipment especially essential estimation etiquette exaggeration examination magnificence maintenance maneuver mansion martyr maturity medical merchandise merit miniature bulletin calendar category changeable characteristic chemistry circumstance civilization cocoon commencement exceedingly exceptional excitable executive exercise exhaustion exhibition expense experience extension mischievous missile misspelled monotony mortgage municipal narrative naturally neighbor noticeable commissioner committed comparative comparison competition conceivable confidential confirmation conscientious consciousness fundamentally gasoline gentleman grammatically grateful guidance gymnasium handkerchief heroic hindrance nuisance obstacle occasionally occupy odor offensive omitted opinion opposition optimism Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. 2.9th Grade Spelling List   These words can be written on your “word wall”. Be sure to reference the Grammar Punk Tutorial CD to access the interactive SPELLING BEE for 9th grade.0 2011 2   .

0 2011 3   . Once students are comfortable with the concept of spelling words. Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v.peril permanent persistent perspiration pertain phase picnic pigeon playwright pleasant resolution responsibility restaurant ridiculous satisfactorily security senator sensibility sheer sheriff   poison politician positively possibility practically practice precede precisely predominant preferred significance simile situated solution sophomore souvenir specific specimen spiritual strenuous prejudice preliminary preparation primitive priority prisoner procedure proceedings procession prominent stretch substantial subtle successful sufficient summarize superintendent suppress surgeon suspense proposition prosperous prove psychology publicity purposes qualities quantities questionnaire readily syllable symbol symphony technique temperature tendency tournament traffic twelfth tying reference referring regard register rehearsal religious remembrance representative requirement resistance tyranny unanimous undoubtedly unforgettable unpleasant unusually vacancies varies vengeance villain Encourage student to look up words they are unsure of in the dictionary. move on to the Grammar Punk™ Interactive 9th Grade Spelling Bee! *Located on the Grammar Punk™ CD. encourage students to use these spelling words in sentences. Using the Grammar Punk™ Dice. By searching for the word or typing it on a keyboard the redundancy will help them remember the spelling. the definition and usage. 2.

Joyce often dreamed of being blithe and contented. often without permission Aptitude: an inherent ability. authority. not bedridden Ameliorate: to make or become better.9th Grade Vocabulary List Abstruse: difficult to understand. Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. the cows mooing. the cacophony of farm life was anything but peaceful. independent Belittle: to cause to seem little or less than another Beset: to trouble persistently. ill-natured animosity. Assiduous: constant in application or attention. Ambulatory: capable of walking. or impulse. moving about. especially as it is exhibited in speech or behavior Grammar Punk Sentence: R U 4 | Dreading the holidays and the acrimonious argument that inevitably occurred when it was time to decide who would carve the turkey. and not by necessity. diligent Assimilate: to incorporate and absorb Auspicious: attended by favorable circumstances. passionate Grammar Punk Sentence: G I 2 | Bruce tried hard to hide his ardent feelings for angel food cake but the upcoming bake sale was bound to give him away. Sidney opted for a vegetarian Thanksgiving this year. or suggestion. discordant sound. as for learning. dissonance Grammar Punk Sentence: C O 4 | Between the rooster crowing. reason or principle Ardent: expressing or characterized by warmth of feeling. indifference Appropriate: to take possession of or make use of exclusively for oneself. whim. propitious Autonomous: not controlled by others or by outside forces. a talent Arbitrary: determined by chance. the dogs barking and the tractor’s motor. recondite Acrimonious: bitter. sharp.0 2011 4   . Cacophony: jarring. 2. improve Amenable: responsive to advice. especially regarding matters of general importance or appeal. harass Blithe: carefree and lighthearted Grammar Punk Sentence: T E 3 | Perennially cranky. tractable Anarchy: absence of any form of political authority Apartheid: any policy or practice of separating or segregating groups Apathy: lack of interest or concern.

gullible Cursory: performed with haste and scant attention to detail Daunt: to abate the courage of. region. abundant Corollary: a natural consequence or effect. as by being unusual or remarkable. 2. honor. give rise to Ephemeral: lasting for a markedly brief time Equitable: marked by or having equity. especially the expression of the face Credulous: disposed to believe too readily.0 2011 5   . reconcile Concord: being in agreement or accord Concurrent: happening at the same time Grammar Punk Sentence: S A 2 | She was quite proud of her ability to rub her stomach and pat her head concurrently. noticeable Constitute: to be the elements or parts of. labored Copious: large in quantity. Zewicki had become quite the despot when it came to the late return of library books. prudent Coherent: logically connected Complicity: involvement as an accomplice in a questionable act or a crime Compose: to make or create by putting together parts or elements Conciliatory: to make or attempt to make compatible. teachable Elliptical: marked by deliberate obscurity of style or expression Elusive: difficult to define or describe Endemic: prevalent in or peculiar to a particular locality. a lack Deleterious: having a harmful effect. Diligent: marked by persevering. a result Countenance: appearance. courtesy. not spontaneous. and gallantry toward women Circumspect: heedful of circumstances and potential consequences. just and impartial Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. somewhere along the way Mrs. or people Engender: to bring into existence. discourage Dearth: a scarce supply. steep-sided opening in the earth's surface.Charisma: a rare personal quality attributed to leaders who arouse fervent popular devotion and enthusiasm Chasm: a deep. an abyss or a gorge Chivalrous: demonstrating the qualities idealized by knighthood. painstaking effort Diverse: differing one from another Docile: ready and willing to be taught. Consecrate: to declare or set apart as sacred Conspicuous: attracting attention. compose Contrived: obviously planned or calculated. bravery. injurious Demagogue: a leader who obtains power by means of impassioned appeals to the emotions and prejudices of the populace Despot: a ruler with absolute power Grammar Punk Sentence: B A 3 | Maybe it was because she’d worked at the school so long.

1. . Stu 4. set out by our professor made the calculus class a . Clyde’s behavior was always 7. Though he often acted in a worse when the circus came to town. Though she hated to resort to . 9. Determined none of her students would ever be Santucci assigned more reading assignments than any other teacher. Not exactly . 2. Cindy bought the pink sweater any of 11. It’s hard to deal with Steve’s skateboard. 5. 12. fill in the blanks to finish the sentences. The tough last resort. Always charmingly the dessert course. Certain he was on the verge of discovering a fourth studied every Star Trek episode for clues. 10. Showing particularly bad with the orange polka dots. We doubted the captain would ever go so far as to his crew.Finish The Sentence I Choosing from the words listed below.0 2011 6   . she was not above threatening to tell their parents that Sue had skipped class. as he boasts about his new 2. 3. 8. . . Mrs. Darcy was even more talkative during Keelhaul Equidistant Judgment Dimension Blackmail Habitual Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. There is no of a perfect score no matter how hard you study but it certainly improves the odds. Illiterate Arrogance Criteria Fatuous Guarantee Loquacious . we nevertheless obeyed his every order. 6. It was nearly impossible to draw a line that was perfectly from its counterpart. he did seem to be overly fond of gum chewing.

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punishment that is inflicted in return for a wrong 13. communication by means of exchanged written messages by letter or email 23. a large room in which many people sleep 6. giving a correct or truthful representation of something 14. expect. enjoyable. a second-year student in a high school or college 7. or hope that things will turn out well 10. an elected member of a senate in the United States or ancient Rome 22. the degree of heat as related to hotness or coldness 8. the craft of using needlework to make decorative designs 19. somebody who chooses to die rather than deny a strongly held belief 16. cruelty and injustice in the exercise of power or authority over others 21. relating to or affecting the underlying principles or structures of something 3. a short broadcast containing a single item of news Accurate Dormitory Heroic Neighbor Senator Unpleasant Bulletin Embroidery Innocence Optimism Sophomore Vengeance Civilization Fundamental Martyr Playwright Temperature Zaftig Correspondence Grateful Monotonous Rehearsal Tyranny Grammar Punk™ Intermediate Spelling/Vocabulary Addendum v. uninteresting or boring as a result of being repetitive and unvaried Down 2. 2. pleasing or enjoyable 15. especially a public performance is practiced 5. a society that has a high level of culture and social organization 20. courage or determination 12.0 2011 8   . somebody who lives next door or close to someone else 9. having or showing the desire or reason to thank someone 4. with a full-figured body 17.9th Grade Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle – Word List Across 1. not pleasing. showing great bravery. the tendency to believe. a session in which something that’s to be done later. a lack of experience of the world 18. a writer of plays 11.

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