|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|sheep||Noun||A woolly ruminant; Male: ram; Female: ewe; Young: lamb||Yes|
|sheep||Noun||A timid, shy person who is easily led by others||Yes|
|creep||Noun||The movement of something that creeps||Yes|
|creep||Noun||A slight displacement of an object; the slight movement of something||Yes|
|creep||Noun||An annoying, irritating person||Yes|
|creep||Noun||A frightening and/or disconcerting person; an unpleasant or repulsive person||Yes|
|creep||Verb||To move slowly with the abdomen close to the ground||Yes|
|creep||Verb||To move slowly and quietly in a particular direction||Yes|
|creep||Verb||To make small gradual changes, usually in a particular direction||Yes|
|sleep||Noun||A state of reduced consciousness during which an animal, human, or plant rests in a daily rhythm||Yes|
|sleep||Noun||An act or instance of sleeping||Yes|
|sleep||Verb||To rest in a state of reduced consciousness||Yes|
|sleep||Verb||To accommodate in beds||Yes|
|sweep||Verb||To clean a floor, etc. using a broom or brush||Yes|
|sweep||Verb||To search a place methodically||Yes|
|sweep||Noun||A search, typically for bugs||Yes|
|speed||Noun||The state of moving quickly or the capacity for rapid motion||Yes|
|speed||Noun||The rate of motion or action||Yes|
|speed||Verb||To go fast or too fast||Yes|
|speed||Verb||To exceed the speed limit||Yes|
|breeze||Noun||A gentle to moderate wind||Yes|
|breeze||Noun||Any activity that is easy, not difficult||Yes|
|breeze||Verb||To move casually, in a carefree manner, but not slowly||Yes|
|teeth||Noun||Plural of tooth||Yes|
|sneeze||Verb||To expel air as a reflex induced by an irritation in the nose||Yes|
|sneeze||Noun||An act of sneezing||Yes|
|bleed||Verb||Of animals and humans, to lose blood through an injured blood vessel||Yes|
|freed||Verb||Past tense of free||Yes|
|cedar||Noun||A cone-bearing tree||Yes|
|cedar||Noun||The aromatic wood from the cedar tree||Yes|
|fever||Noun||A higher than normal body temperature of a person usually caused by disease or illness||Yes|
|fever||Noun||A state of excitement of a person or people||Yes|
|tremor||Noun||A shake, quiver, or vibration||Yes|
|tremor||Verb||To shake or quiver excessively and rapidly or involuntarily; to tremble||Yes|
Vocabulary Word Activities
- Use the word in an original sentence.
- Find and learn the definition of the word.
- Know how to pronounce the word.
- Which parts of speech is the word used as (e.g. noun, verb)?
- What are other forms of the word such as plurals or tenses.
- What are synonyms of the word?
- What are antonyms of the word?
- What is the origin or etymology of the word?
- What words rhyme with this word?
* Click the word for its dictionary entry in a new window