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This printable supports Common Core ELA Standard ELA-Literacy.L.4 and contains Tier II Vocabulary words.

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Vocabulary Review (Grade 7)

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Vocabulary Review

1. 
What means the same as ESTIMATE?
  1. choose
  2. guess
  3. write
  4. money
2. 
Which word means to "judge the value or worth of something"?
  1. classic
  2. evaluate
  3. search
  4. analyze
  5. helium
3. 
Exonerate
  1. to corrupt; to debase
  2. to acquit; to free from blame
  3. one after the other; uninterrupted
  4. timeless; undying
4. 
                           introduces the characters, plot, setting, and circumstances.
5. 
Famished
  1. very hungry
  2. being of advanced age
  3. a list od things to be done
  4. in a direction or course opposite to
6. 
The home crowd at the basketball game became more EXUBERANT each time the home team scored.

What does EXUBERANT mean in this sentence?
  1. Happy and excited
  2. Bored and tired
  3. Angry and annoyed
  4. Cheerful and laid back
7. 
Formidable
  1. something lost as a penalty
  2. to feel one's way
  3. a white stone, white in color
  4. difficult to overcome, to be dreaded
8. 
To disturb or worry someone:
  1. balk
  2. harass
  3. daze
  4. cycle
9. 
Which is a synonym for IMPARTIAL?
  1. unfair
  2. neutral
  3. prevent
10. 
Someone who is INDIFFERENT cares a lot about something.
  1. True
  2. False
11. 
Which of the following choices is most likely to be described as INDUSTRIOUS?
  1. A couch potato
  2. An ant
  3. A cat
  4. A bear
12. 
Inevitable
  1. unavoidable, bound to happen
  2. hurtful
  3. rapid
  4. to happen
13. 
My mother's lateness                            me, or makes me really angry and impatient.
14. 
Inhabitants
  1. People that live somewhere
  2. Animals that live somewhere
  3. A place where people live
  4. Both a and b
15. 
What do you do if you INITIATE something?
  1. Start something
  2. End something
  3. Pause something
  4. Promote something
16. 
Who is someone that is likely to INTIMIDATE you?
  1. A bully
  2. A baby
  3. A grandma
  4. A bus driver
17. 
Jeff's father was IRATE because Jeff talked back to him and had a bad attitude all day long.

Based on the sentence above, IRATE probably means what?
  1. happy
  2. angry
  3. not bothered
  4. tired
18. 
That fact has nothing to do with what you're talking about, so it is                           .
19. 
Which is a synonym for VIEWPOINT?
  1. Point of view
  2. Perspective
  3. Outlook
  4. All of the above
20. 
What is TREASON?
  1. a type of tree
  2. having allegiance to someone
  3. helping the enemy of a group you are thought to be loyal to
  4. explanation of a conflict
21. 
Something that is TOXIC could kill you.
  1. True
  2. False
22. 
Which word means uncertain?
  1. rational
  2. savor
  3. smug
  4. tentative
23. 
Sophia the First has a magic amulet, or a                       , that gives her special powers.
24. 
Suspense
  1. held tightly
  2. a time of anxious waiting
  3. cunning
  4. to raid
  5. having a firm purpose
25. 
Someone who is SOVEREIGN has a lot of power.
  1. True
  2. False
26. 
To SIGNIFY agreement:
  1. withhold
  2. limit
  3. show
  4. request
27. 
What do states contemplating SECESSION want to do?
  1. Stay with the United States
  2. Move somewhere else
  3. Leave the United States government
  4. Ignore the government
28. 
You're likely to get a RUDIMENTARY education at Harvard.
  1. True
  2. False
29. 
After fighting for days, they finally RESOLVED their disagreement.
What does RESOLVED mean?
  1. Found a solution
  2. Started again
  3. Kept on fighting
  4. Put it in writing
30. 
When you voluntarily give something up, you                            it.
31. 
Which one of these are synonyms?
  1. stop/proceed
  2. prompt/punctual
  3. tough/tender
  4. yell/whisper
32. 
Prominent
  1. standing out from the rest
  2. able to accept all types and kinds of people and things
  3. difficult, causing a feeling of burden
  4. a kind of grasshopper
33. 
A hypothesis is a                 of the outcome of the experiment.
  1. observation
  2. mistake
  3. conclusion
  4. prediction
34. 
Because the telemarketer was so PERSUASIVE, Erica bought a timeshare in Florida.
What does PERSUASIVE mean?



35. 
A QUOTE is an original thought of your own in a paper.
  1. True
  2. False
36. 
If a business owner has a PROSPECTIVE client, they already have that client.
  1. True
  2. False
37. 
To be aware of:
  1. compassion
  2. melancholy
  3. perceive
  4. ample
38. 
               means to govern or rule cruelly or unjustly, to weigh heavily upon.
  1. oppress
  2. heed
  3. inflate
  4. transmit
39. 
The movement faced a lot of                            making it difficult to make progress.
40. 
Omit
  1. Leave in
  2. Leave out
  3. Call attention to
  4. Ignore
41. 
My cat was being really                 this morning, scratching on the door and trying to wake me up.
  1. Obnoxious
  2. Smirk
  3. Destined
  4. Irritable
42. 
The Humane Society is empowered to seize animals from                 owners.
  1. negligent
  2. numerous
  3. nurture
  4. naive
43. 
Which is a true NECESSITY?
  1. having food and shelter
  2. talking on the telephone
  3. showering every day
  4. sleeping in on weekends
44. 
She was very                 to believe that everything she read on the internet was true.
  1. nurture
  2. negligent
  3. noxious
  4. naive
45. 
I enjoy listening to Morgan Freeman as he                 "March of the Penguins".
  1. narrated
  2. narrator
  3. narrates
  4. narrate
46. 
MITIGATE means to make less severe, serious, or painful.
  1. True
  2. False
47. 
Mandatory
  1. not necessary
  2. cannot be see through
  3. required
  4. unofficial
48. 
Your ideas do not make any sense. They are absolutely LUDICROUS.

What is the meaning of the word LUDICROUS?
  1. calm
  2. silly
  3. passionate
  4. same
49. 
Published words or pictures that falsely and maliciously defame a person:
  1. immunity
  2. perjury
  3. acquit
  4. libel
50. 
Remarkable enough to be famous; very well known:
  1. legendary
  2. idol
  3. immortal
  4. myth

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