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Wordly Wise Lesson 3

Word List 3 Grade 6

TermDefinition
abundant More than enough; plentiful.
arid Having little or no rainfall; very dry.
distinct Not the same; different or separate. Unmistakable; definite.
graze To feed on growing grass. To touch lightly in passing.
hectic Full of feverish activity, haste, or confusion.
horde A large group or crowd, especially one on the move.
humid Having a large amount of water or moisture in the air.
incredible Hard or impossible to believe.
inhabit inhabitant To live in or on. A person or animal that lives in a certain place.
peninsula A piece of land, connected to a larger land mass, that juts out and is almost completely surrounded by water.
rural Of or relating to the country and the people who live there.
sanctuary A place of safety or shelter. Protection offered by such a place.
spledor Magnifience; brilliance of appearance.
squalor squalid Filth; misery. Dirty and unfit for living, especially as a result of neglect.
terrain An area of land; a region The surface features of a region.
Created by: aabaker