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Study the word list: 8th grade words: a - part 2

Spelling list for 8th graders. Words starting with a.

Word list: 8th grade words: a - part 2

anonymous I wonder who sent this anonymous letter.
antecedent Her research traced each antecedent to the movement.
antidote There was no antidote to the poison.
antiseptic Mom washed his cut knee with antiseptic.
anxious He was anxious about his interview.
apology I accept your apology.
apostrophe You can use an apostrophe to show that something belongs to someone.
appendixes The original sources used for this report can be found in the appendixes.
applicant The strongest applicant was given the job.
approximate The coordinator required an approximate guest list a month before the event.
archeology American English spelling She's considered an expert in the field of archeology.
architect The new building was to be designed by a famous architect.
arrangement The secretaries had a meeting to discuss holiday arrangements.
asphalt The black asphalt glistened in the morning sunlight.
asterisk She marked the annotation with an asterisk.
asthma The boy with asthma sometimes struggled to breath.
awkward His body was bent at an awkward angle.

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