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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Vocabulary Questions

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Grade 7 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by Pixley12
The rainbow looked so beautiful!

The word beautiful means:
  1. without beauty
  2. full of pain
  3. dark and gloomy
  4. full of beauty
Grade 7 :: Context Clues by Pixley12
My father is a person who studies the way people lived in the past.

Which sentence best describes my father?
  1. My father is an actor
  2. My father is a passenger
  3. My father is a doctor
  4. My father is an archaeologist
Grade 7 :: Context Clues by Pixley12
This morning my brother and I discovered a dog's skeleton in our back yard.

Which sentence best goes with the sentence above?
  1. We found the set of bones of an animal
  2. We found tools from long ago
  3. We found a treasure in our back yard
  4. We found pieces of clothing
Grade 7 :: Context Clues by Pixley12
Grade 7 :: Vocabulary by thatfalconx
Misbehave-                 to not behave                
Misgovernment-                         to govern incorrectly                        
Calmness-                                                a state of freedom from storm or disturbance                                               
Sickness-                     to be ill or sick                    
Translator-                                                                                      a person who translates from one language into another, especially as a profession                                                                                     
Prosecutor-                                                                                             a person, especially a public official, who institutes legal proceedings against someone.                                                                                            
Respell-                                       spell (a word) again or differently                                      
Rewrite-                                                         write (something) again so as to alter or improve it.                                                        
Spectactular-                                                beautiful in a dramatic and eye-catching way                                               
Specific-                                  clearly defined or identified.                                 
Beneficiary-                                                 a person who derives advantage from something                                                
Beneficence-                           doing or producing good                          
Distrust-                                                             the feeling that someone or something cannot be relied on                                                            
Disown-                                                          refuse to acknowledge or maintain any connection with.                                                         
Hacker-                                                                    a person who uses computers to gain unauthorized access to data.                                                                   
Spotter-                                                                                                                                                                       person who observes or assists a gymnast or weightlifter during a performance or practice in order to minimize the chance of injury to the gymnast or weightlifter.                                                                                                                                                                      
Yummiest-                        (of food) delicious.                       
Tightest-                                                                   fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move, undo, or open.                                                                  
Friendly-                      kind and pleasant.                     
Lovely-                         exquisitely beautiful                        
Grade 7 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by dlbacon
  1. man or human being
  2. chief, leader or ruler
  3. war
  4. sound
Grade 7 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by dlbacon
  1. sound
  2. man or human being
  3. book
  4. other
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