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Super Spelling List

18 spelling words on this spelling list!

Plebiscite A popular vote by which people indicate their wishes on a measure officially to them.
Jonquil A plant related to the daffodil but with fragrant
Denomination A name especially for a class of things.
Commission To put a ship into service.
Challenge A call or dare for someone to compete in a contest or sport.
Democratically Relating to, or flavoring, political, social, or economic democracy.
Jodhpur Riding breeches loose above the knee and tight-fitting below.
Jurisdiction The power, right, or authority to interpret and apply the law
Kaleidoscope A continually changing pattern of shapes and colors.
Antagonistic Being against something or someone.
Dugong An aquatic plant eating mammal.
Kink A mental twist notion whim or crotchet.
Lozenge A small little daisy like flower.
Self pollinate To under go or cause to under go.
Rendezvous An agreement between two or more people.
Macron A horizontal line used used as a diacritic over a vowel to. Indicate that it has a long sound or other specified.
Zimbabwe The site of stone ruins (Great Zimbabwe) discovered 1870 in Rhodesia, probably built by a Bantu people, consisting of three main groups of ruins, and dating between the 9th and 15th centuries.
Kaolin A fine white clay used in the manufacture of porcelain.
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