Bastille Day Vocabulary Word List (224)

A)Ablaze, Admiration, Affirmation, All-day, Ancestors, Anniversary, Appreciation, Ardent, Attitudes
B)Bands, Bang, Banners, Belonging, Birth, Blast, Blue, Boisterous, Boom, Burst
C)Celebrate, Celebration, Citizens, Civic, Color, Commemorate, Common, Communication, Community, Country, Crackle, Crescendo, Crowds, Culture
D)Dash, Dazzling, Decoration, Defense, Detonation, Devotion, Dignitaries, Dignity, Dramatic
E)Embellishments, Emotional, Encounter, Energy, Enthusiasm, Equality, Eruption, Expectations, Eye-popping
F)Fabulous, Family, Fanciful, Fascination, Fatherland, Feasts, Feeling, Festivity, Firecrackers, Fireworks, Flag, Folks, Forever, Free, Freedom, Friendships, Frivolity, Fun
G)Gatherings, Glory, Goals, Good name, Grandeur, Groups
H)Habitual, Heat, Herald, Heritage, Hero, History, Holiday, Home, Homeland, Honor, Hoopla, Hooray, Humidity
I)Ideals, Illuminations, Imagery, Imagination, Importance, Independence, Independence, Indulgence, Informative, Inspiration, Integral
J)Jaw dropping, Join, Joy, Joyful, Joyous, Jubilation, July 14
K)Kaboom, Kids, Kin
L)Laughter, Legends, Liberation, Liberty, Life, Loiter, Love, Loyalty
M)Marching units, Memorable, Memorial, Memories, Merriment, Merrymaking, Military, Music, Mutual
N)Nation, National, Native, Neighborhoods, Noise
O)Occasion, Officials, Opportunities, Outdoors, Outside, Overwhelming
P)Parade, Participation, Parties, Passionate, Patriot, Patriotic, Patriotism, Perennial, Plethora, Pomp, Preparations, Preservation, Preserve, Pride, Pyrotechnics
Q)Quality, Quantity, Questions, Quick, Quiet
R)Reaffirmation, Red, Rejoice, Relatives, Relaxation, Republic, Reputation, Responsibility, Restful, Revelry, Revere, Ribbons, Rights, Rituals, Rocket
S)Sacrifices, Safety, Sharing, Shrieking, Sizzle, Sky, Slogan, Solemn, Sparkle, Special, Spectacle, Stars, Streamers, Stripes, Stroll, Stunning, Summer, Sunburn, Super-patriot, Support, Surprise, Symbol, Symbolism
T)Territory, Toasting, Traditions, Tribute, Truths
U)Unbelievable, Unify, Union, Unique, Unite, Universal
V)Vacation day, Valor, Veteran, Victory, Vision, Visionary, Vital
W)Waving, Whistles, White, Widespread, Willingness
Y)Yearn, Yelling, Youth
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aaaah, bang, blare, blast, boom, buzz, clap, cackle, crackle, fizzle, giggle, hiss, hooray, jabber, pop, rattle, shriek, sigh. sizzle, slurp, snap, splish-splash, squeal, whistles, whoop, wow, yum

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