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Spelling -Bee Study Words for Beginners

The list below contains 80 spelling -bee study words for beginners, arranged from easiest to most difficult. Each words are provided with parts of speech and meaning. It can be used in Spelling -Bee competitions at school or English language academy.

Spelling -Bee Study Words For Beginners
Spelling -Bee Study Words For Beginners

Spelling -Bee Study Words for Beginners

             Word                        Nature             Meaning 

1 abject Adj  Sunk to a low condition.
2 abet verb To aid, promote, or encourage the commission of (an offense).
3 absolve Verb To free from sin or its penalties.
4 abusive Adj  Employing harsh words or ill treatment.
5 accede Verb  To agree
6 ache Verb  To be in pain or distress.
7 acid Noun  A sour substance.
8 acme Noun  The highest point, or summit.
9 acute Adj  Having fine and penetrating discernment.
10 banal Adj  Commonplace.
11 bask Verb  To make warm by genial heat.
12 bauble Noun  A trinket.
13 befog Verb  To confuse.
14 belay verb To make fast, as a rope, by winding round a cleat.
15 belittle Verb To disparage.
16 bide Verb  To await.
17 biped Noun An animal having two feet.
18 blaze Noun  A vivid glowing flame.
19 bleak Adj  Desolate.
20 bole Noun  The trunk or body of a tree.
21 botany Noun  The science that treats of plants.
22 broach verb To mention, for the first time.
23 burnish verb To make brilliant or shining.
24 bustle Verb To hurry.
25 cajole Verb  To impose on or dupe by flattering speech.
26 canon Noun  Any rule or law.
27 carnal Adj  Sensual.
28 caste Noun  The division of society on artificial grounds.
29 elapse Verb  To punish.
30 causal Adj  Indicating or expressing a cause.
31 caustic Adj  Sarcastic and severe.
32 cede Verb  To pass title to.
33 daring Adj  Brave.
34 deceit Noun  Falsehood.
35 defer Verb  To delay or put off to some other time.
36 defame Verb  To slander.
37 defer Verb  To delay or put off to some other time.
38 deflect Verb  To cause to turn aside or downward.
39 denote Verb  To designate by word or mark.
40 deplete Verb  To reduce or lessen, as by use, exhaustion, or waste.
41 Efface  Verb To obliterate.
42 efficacious Adj  Effective.
43 elapse Verb  To quietly terminate: said of time.
44 eliminate Verb  To separate and cast aside.
45 embarrass Verb  To render flustered or agitated.
46 feasible Adj  That may be done, performed, or effected; practicable.
47 ferocious Adj Of a wild, fierce, and savage nature.
48 festive Adj  Merry.
49 fidelity Noun  Loyalty.
50 graceless Adj  Ungracious.
51 granular Adj  Composed of small grains or particles.
52 gratify Verb  To please, as by satisfying a physical or mental desire or need.
53 humiliate Verb  To put to shame.
54 hydraulic Adj  Involving the moving of water, of the force exerted by water in motion.
55 illuminate Verb  To supply with light.
56 imminent Adj  Dangerous and close at hand.
57 jeopardize Verb  To imperil.
58 juxtapose Verb To place close together.
59 knickknack Noun  A small article, more for ornament that use.
60 lacerate Verb  To tear rudely or raggedly.
61 laggard Adj  Falling behind.
62 licit Adj  Lawful.
63 magnanimous Adj  Generous in treating or judging others.
64 maidenhood Noun  Virginity.
65 momentary Adj  Lasting but a short time.
66 numeration Noun  The act or art of reading or naming numbers.
67 observance Noun  A traditional form or customary act.
68 outlandish Adj  Of barbarous, uncouth, and unfamiliar aspect or action.
69 physiognomy Noun  The external appearance merely.
70 predominate Verb  To be chief in importance, quantity, or degree.
71 quadruple Verb  To multiply by four.
72 querulous Adj  Habitually complaining.
73 recapitulate Verb  To repeat again the principal points of.
74 rigmarole Noun  Nonsense.
75 sensibility Noun  Power to perceive or feel.
76 severance Noun  Separation.
77 trepidation Noun Nervous uncertainty of feeling.
78 unconscionable Adj  Ridiculously or unjustly excessive.
79 wretchedness Noun  Extreme misery or unhappiness.
80 zeitgeist Noun  The intellectual and moral tendencies that characterize any age or epoch.

The list  of Spelling -Bee Study Words for Beginners above is a general guideline. However, the list used will depend a lot on the level of the participants, as well as the level of the spelling bee.

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