Survive: to live or exist in hardship.
The deer had to survive the hunter. (Verb)
Practice: Repeat an activity to get good at it.
I practice my math facts to get good at math. (Noun)
Attractive: appealing to the eye.
My dog is very attractive with its pure, golden fur.(adjective)
Furious: Full of anger or violent.
She was furious when he stole her favorite teddy-bear. (verb)
Outstanding: Amazing and grand.
He jumped joyfully in the air for the outstanding growth of his fish. (Adjective)
Weary: Feeling tired. ( verb or adjective)
1 kid was weary and the other kid was not tired. (adjective)
Hardship: difficult condition.
He could hardly forget the hardship of the losing his cat. (Noun)
Recognize: frequently seen and knowing what you saw.
He could recognize her cat because he saw it every day. (Verb)
Care-Free: not worried about something.
She was care-free about skydiving into the water. (adjective)
Vast: lots of something.
Jill had a vast amount of yellow paper crowns and Jack had only one yellow paper crown. (Adjective)
Arena: A flat, large area surrounded by chairs, where sports and games are being held.
The baseball teams played in the arena, while people the crowd cheered for them. (Noun)
Generosity: A quality of kindness and giving.
Her mom saw her generosity to her sister and let her stay up longer.
Develop: Mature and advance.
The fawn will develop into a full-grown deer very soon.
Instant: coming soon or immediately.
You need to run in an instant to catch the bus! (Verb)
Shallow: Not deep.
The pool’s shallow end was very easy to swim in because my feet could touch the floor. (Adj)
Plead: Making emotions appeal.
He pleaded to his dad because he wanted that candy. (Verb)
Circular: Form of a circul.
Fish eggs are circular and chicken eggs are oval. (adj)