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2 List 2015 A, Click once to hear the word and read information about the word. Spell the word to yourself Click again to check your spelling

3 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Old English to English. verb To roll around in a clumsy manner Pigs like to ____ in the mud. wallow 101

4 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word was invented by industry by combining parts of two words. noun One of many dots that together make an image on a screen. Hector noticed a ____ on his computer screen was stuck on red. pixel 102

5 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Spanish to English. noun A blanket shaped piece of clothing with a hole in the center for the head to go through, worn mainly as a rain coat. Xochitl brought her ____ to the Cal City Pickles game because it looked like it might rain. poncho 103

6 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English noun An organization that helps people in need. Jorge worked for a ____ that fed the homeless. charity 104

7 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. noun Intense enthusiasm or eagerness. Maritza’s ____ about the spelling bee led her to create her own spelling blog online. ardor 105

8 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. noun The purpose or goal of something. The ____ of this Powerpoint is to prepare students for the upcoming spelling bee. intent 106

9 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is a variation of another word which came from Greek to Latin to English. noun A sweet fruit that is like a peach with smooth skin. Juana packed a juicy ____ in her lunch bag for school. nectarine 107

10 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This is from Old English to English. verb To make less severe or harsh. Gustavo’s parents treated him to ice cream to help ____ his disappointment for losing the spelling bee. soften 108

11 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Italian to French to English adjective Having unusual intelligence or talent. Alonzo became a ____ guitarist only after many hour of practice. brilliant 109

12 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. noun A period of time that is set aside by a group of people for a special activity. Renata scheduled a weekly coaching ____ with her teacher in preparation for the spelling bee. session 110

13 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. noun An act of traveling from one place to another. Samuel’s family started their long ____ to Mexico early in the morning. journey 111

14 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to English. noun Smoothness in speaking. David spoke with such ____ that no one realized English was his second language. fluency 112

15 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Greek to Latin to Anglo-French to English. noun An acidic yellow fruit similar to an apple. Flora added slices of ____ to her pie filling. quince 113

16 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Old English to English. noun The movable organ in the mouth that helps with tasting, eating, and (in humans) speaking. Cristobal stuck his ____ out at his little sister when his mom wasn’t looking. tongue 114

17 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. verb Go over or cross over something. Johann plans to ____ the state of Illinois on his bike. traverse 115

18 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Old English to English. noun To trick someone. The was spam designed to ____ people into losing their money. hoodwink 116

19 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to English. noun A show of appreciation by clapping. Carmelita was given a standing ____ for her performance. ovation 117

20 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is originally English. adjective Dried out. Ignacio’s garden was ____ after two weeks without rain. parched 118

21 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is an alteration of a similar word. noun A small device. The card contained a small ____ that played “Happy Birthday” when the card was opened. widget 119

22 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Old English to English. noun The part of the body where the arm is attached, running from that joint to the neck. The football player was taught to put his ____ into the tackle. shoulder 120

23 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is in two parts. The first part is from Latin to Anglo- French to English. The second part is from Old English to English noun A field of grape plants. Esperanza had the honor of picking the first grapes from the ____. vineyard 121

24 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English verb To make up for; compensate. The restaurants wonderful food was able to ____ the slow service. redeem 122

25 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to English. adjective Boring and annoying because of slowness and dullness. Oscar’s job became ____ because he had to do the same thing over and over again for hours. tedious 123

26 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is of unknown origin. noun The most basic, important part. After an introduction to the business, the boss explained the ____ of Israel’s new job. nitty-gritty 124

27 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is originally English noun A mild struggle or fight. Evita and Desley got into a ____ over the last tamale. tussle 125

28 Open file Spell2015_A_126_150 to practice the next 25 words on the list.


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