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The Rocky Planets and The Gas Giant Planets Vocabulary Practice
Categories Noun Groups, classes, divisions Food is divided into different categories such as dairy, vegetables, and fruits.
Orbit Verb To move or travel around in a curved or elliptical path Earth moves in orbit around the Sun.
Axis Noun The central (imaginary) line that bisects a figure Earth’s axis line runs directly through the North and South poles.
Absorb Verb To soak up or fill Students come to school to absorb as much knowledge as possible.
Surface Noun The outermost layer of something The surface of the jawbreaker was as hard as a rock!
Surround Noun To enclose on all sides The farmer used a fence to surround the animals.
Similar Adjective Having a strong likeness or resemblance The twins have many similar features and characteristics.
Dense Adjective Having the components or parts closely compacted together The fog was very dense which made it hard to see.
Odd Adjective Differing from what is normal; weird or strange The ears on the animal seemed odd because they were not proportionate to his body.
Erode Verb To eat away slowly The ocean can erode the rocks creating beautiful rock formations.
Interior Adjective Being within; inside of The interior of the house has a very modern design.
Interesting Adjective Engaging or exciting The children were all smiles because they thought the clown was very interesting.
Visible Adjective Able to be seen clearly Things became a lot more visible when the man wore his glasses.
Revolve Verb To turn around or rotate on a center A helicopter’s wings revolve in a rapid circular motion.
Violent Adjective Uncontrolled, strong, rough force The tornado exhibited violent weather as it ripped through the town.
Tectonic Adjective Referring to the forces or conditions within the earth that cause movement in the earth’s crust We tend to see more tectonic movement in California than were we live because it is closer to a fault line.