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Spelling Sort 5 Usefulness Usefulness means to be of use for something. The dog proved its usefulness in pulling the cart.
Neatness Neatness means to be free from mess. His neatness was very clear when we looked at his desk.
Useless Useless means to be of no use. The old broken typewriter was useless.
Useful Useful means to be of use. Scissors are useful when wrapping Christmas presents.
Flawless/Flawlessness Flawless means to be perfect with no defects. Flawlessness is the state of being flawless. A flawless diamond is very expensive.
Friendliness Friendliness means to be extremely friendly. Her friendliness to the new student made them both smile.
Truthful Truthful means to tell the truth. George Washington was truthful when asked if he chopped down the cherry tree.
Skillfulness Skillfulness means to be full of a skill or very good at something. Matt Ryan’s skillfulness at quarterbacks helps the Falcons win games.
Restless Restless means to not be able to rest or sit still. The restless nurse was going from room to room all night long.
Fondness Fondness means to really like someone or something. The farmer’s fondness for his pigs was plain to see because he let them sleep in his bed.
Breathless Breathless means to be out of breath. Riding the roller coaster made me breathless.
Delightful Delightful means something that gives great pleasure. Having my wedding on the beach was simply delightful.
Kindness Kindness means to be very nice to someone or something. The girls showed kindness when they raked their neighbors yard.
Darkness Darkness mean the absence of light. I walked alone on the beach in the darkness.
Thoughtlessness Thoughtlessness means not caring about how other people feel or about things around them. People’s thoughtlessness has led to the pollution of rivers.
Worthless Worthless means to have no value. These socks are worthless to me now because they have a hole in them.
Grateful Grateful means to be very thankful. The hungry man was grateful to receive some food.
Speechless Speechless means to be unable to say anything due to surprise. After winning the lottery, Mrs. Smith was speechless.
Tireless Tireless means never getting tired. He has been a tireless biker all day.
Emptiness Emptiness means to not have anything (to be empty) After moving out of the house, the emptiness of his room made him feel sad.
Fanciful Fanciful means to appear fancy or to be imaginary. She closed her eyes to see a fanciful world of butterflies.
Priceless Priceless means to be unable to put a value on something. A day spent with your best friend is priceless.
Politeness Politeness means showing very good manners. The little boy’s politeness was appreciated by everyone.
Beautiful Beautiful means to possess great beauty. The waterfall was beautiful.
Graceful Graceful means to move in a way without falling or messing up. The graceful ballerina went gliding across the stage.
Respectful Respectful means to show respect for others. The people were respectful during the pledge of allegiance.
Careful Careful means to make sure things are done with great care. The railroad workers were careful when handling the dynamite.
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