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Personal Student Dictionary (Upper Grades) - Dolch & Fry Word Lists Plus Extras

My Personal Word Book - A Personal Word Book For Upper Elementary Students from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom. The Personal Word Book contains over 1000 of the most commonly used words in the English language, as well as some extras such as number words, contractions & plural rules!

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from Tech Insider

Revealed: Here’s what every emoticon really means

Emoticons are pretty important: Harvard cognitive scientist Steven Pinker says they're an extremely useful linguistic evolution. The Oxford English Dictionary named "crying face" the word of the year. Humans collectively send 6 billion emoticons every day. But they don't teach emoticons in school, and some of them are actually hard to understand — at least for some of us.

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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - nodus - a difficult or intricate point, situation, plot, etc.

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from blog.writeathome.com

100 Ways to Say “Bad”

100 ways to say bad - blog post includes links to dictionary definitions for all of these words!

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What’s something in your life that’s in abeyance? #wotd #wordoftheday…

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Vilipend - 1. Definitions for vilipend to regard or treat as of little value or account. 2. to vilify; depreciate. Origin: Vilipend derives from the Latin terms vīlis meaning "cheap" and pendere meaning "to consider." It entered English in the 1400s.

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mirabilia - Word of the Day | Dictionary.com

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EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES 1 - Pictures dictionary

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“Like a bat out of hell” means “very fast”. Example: He ran out of the building like a bat out of hell. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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From John Koenig's The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. Invented words to fill the gaps of emotional expression in the English language. http://www.dictionaryofobscuresorrows.com
from 9GAG

23 emotions people feel but seldom notice

From John Koenig's The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. Invented words to fill the gaps of emotional expression in the English language. http://www.dictionaryofobscuresorrows.com

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