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Study the word list: Grade 8 Words: a: Part 2

Graded spelling list for 8th Grade students. Words starting with a.

anonymous I wonder who sent this anonymous letter.
antidote On the jungle trek they took an antidote to snake bites.
antiseptic Mum put some antiseptic on his cut knee.
anxious She paced around the room, feeling anxious.
apology She didn't believe the apology was genuine.
apostrophe An apostrophe can be used when a letter has been omitted.
appendixes The original sources used when compiling this report can be found in the appendixes.
applicant She was the strongest applicant.
approximate The approximate value for the house was $300,000.
archeology American English spelling
architect The new store will be designed by a top architect.
arrangement How particles are aligned.
asthma The boy with asthma sometimes struggled to breath.
awkward His body was bent at an awkward angle.
antecedent An antecedent is something that happened before.

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