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Study the word list: Spellbound two

Second set of spellings from spellbound

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fishing
Fishing line is wound round a reel.
fine
Coarse means rough, or not fine.
humming
I walked along humming a happy tune. *
tune
Play me a tune on your flute.
bluebells
Look at all those pretty bluebells. *
staring
The princess just kept staring at me, it was freaky. *
presume
You presume too much sir! *
accuse
How dare you accuse me of that?
refuse
I hope you won't refuse my request.
trespassing
I am sorry, I didn't realise I was trespassing. *
petticoat
The princess was fed of stitching her petticoat. *
allowed
The lady allowed the tea to brew.
jumps
The frog jumps from one lily pad to another. *
shouting
Shouting too much can make you hoarse.
rude
There is no need to be so rude! *
boring
It was an ordinary, boring day at school. *
stuff
Do not stuff so much food in your mouth.
rule
England spent 64 years under Queen Victoria’s rule.
leaves
Beech trees drop their leaves.
wicked
The wicked queen wouldn't let the boy leave. *

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