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Study the word list: Spelling Bee Words Set 42: 411-420

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nurture
The leopard nurtures its young for three week following birth. *
nutritious
It is important to maintain a nutritious diet.
obese
If you take in more calories than you burn off, you are at risk of becoming obese. *
objectionable
Grace's conduct at church was objectionable. *
oblique
A sound is shown between two oblique lines : /?/.
oblivious
Gregory was oblivious to the car quickly approaching him from behind. *
obscene
The student was expelled for his obscene behaviour. *
obvious
There was an obvious attraction between the couple.
occurrence
Let's hope this isn't a regular occurrence. *
oestrogen British English spelling
Older women build up their oestrogen through the use of tablets. *

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