Spelling list: Non-statutory words: words ending -cious and -tious

translate:
vicious The dog was vicious. *
precious Precious stones are measured in carats.
conscious She was conscious of what she said to her mother.
malicious He was put into jail for his malicious behaviour.
suspicious There was a suspicious bulge in the thief's pocket.
ambitious The company set some very ambitious goals for the year.
cautious Be very cautious when driving at night.
fictitious The characters in this film are purely fictitious.
infectious She had an infectious disease. *
nutritious It is important to maintain a nutritious diet.
delicious The table was full of delicious food.

This public word list was created by Spellzone

* This sentence was added by a Spellzone user.


'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise Learn this spelling list using the 'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' activity.

spelling test Test yourself using the 'Listen and Spell' spelling test.

English spelling games Spelling games using the word list: Non-statutory words: words ending -cious and -tious

Worksheets and activities Worksheets and activities using the word list: Non-statutory words: words ending -cious and -tious



Sign up to remove this advert

Remove this advert

Print this page
share this page:

'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise spelling test English spelling games Worksheets and activities

Search word lists



Related Spellzone lists

The -cious ending
The -tious ending

Sign up to remove this advert

Help...


If you need help logging into your account, or you need more information, we are here to help.

Help