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Unit 8B / 5th Grade

A planet in the Milky Way galaxy. earth
To spin in a circular motion. twirl
Worth the time, effort, or cost involved; important. worthwhile
A person who performs or offers to perform a service of one’s own free will. volunteer
To help the progress of; advance. further
To cover or spread with a sticky or greasy substance. smear
To come into view. appear
Physically or mentally tired. weary
A platform that extends into water, serving as a landing place for boats. pier
Watchful; attentive. alert
To be damaged or injured by fire, heat or chemicals. burnt
A cell or tissue that carries messages from the brain to the rest of the body. nerve
To honor and love; often through a religious ceremony or prayer. worship
To twist about; wiggle. squirm
To speak or complain in an undertone. murmur
To turn around to the opposite direction. reverse
To look intently, closely, or with difficulty. peer
Substantially made or built; stout. sturdy
Careful study of a given subject, field, or problem, undertaken to discover facts or principles. research
A profession that a person chooses as a life’s work. career
Created by: chanair19