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Study the word list: Autumn/Fall Vocabulary

Words for the Autumn/Fall Season.

acorn An acorn is the seed from an oak tree.
apple An apple is a round fruit with red or green skin and crisp flesh.
autumn The leaves turn to gold in autumn.
chestnut A conker is a type of chestnut.
cider Cider is a drink usually made from apples.
cobweb I watched the spider weave a cobweb.
corn Corn is a cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears.
cranberry Some people like cranberry sauce with their turkey.
fall The leaves turn to gold in fall.
feast The Thanksgiving feast went on into the night.
harvest The wheat is ready for harvest.
haystack It's like finding a needle in a haystack.
leaf The leaf fell from the tree.
nuts Roasted nuts are nice in a salad.
pumpkin We've made a pumpkin pie.
pine We collected pine cones to make Christmas decorations.
rain The heavy rain caused some flooding.
scarecrow My brother is scared of the scarecrow.
squash We roasted a butternut squash for dinner.
turkey Turkey is the name of a country and a large bird.

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