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Fireworks Vocabulary Word List (190)

A)Ablaze, Admiration, Aerial, Affect, Air, Airborne, Aluminum, Americana, Anniversary, Anthem, Appreciation
B)Backyard, Ball game, Bangs, Blast, Blue, Boisterous, Boom, Burning
C)Care, Casing, Caution, Celebrate, Celebration, Chemical, Children, Citizens, Color, Commemoration, Composition, Consecutive, Coordinate, Crackle, Crescendo, Crowds
D)Danger, Darkness, Dazzling, Demonstration, Detonate, Detonation, Dramatic
E)Effect, Emergency, Emotional, Energy, Entertainment, Enthusiasm, Eruption, Expectations, Explode, Explosion, Extravaganza, Eye popping
F)Fabulous, Family, Fascination, Festival, Festive, Firecrackers, Fireworks, Fizzle, Flash, Flashy, Flying-fish, Folks, Friendships, Fun, Fuse
G)Gatherings, Glitter, Grandeur, Groups
H)Heat, History, Holiday, Home, Hoopla, Hooray, Hopes
I)Ideal, Ignite, Imagine, Important, Indulgence, Inspiring
J)Jaw dropping, Joy, Joyful, Joyous, Jubilation, Judge, July
K)Keen, Kin
L)Laughter, Legendary, Lifting charge, Light, Location, Looking, Love, Low-tech
M)Memorable, Memories, Merriment, Music
N)National, Noise, Numerous
O)Occasion, Opportunity, Outdoors, Outing, Outside, Overwhelming
P)Participate, Parties, Patriotism, Pattern, Plethora, Pomp, Pop, Power, Preparations, Preserve, Pride, Professionals, Public service, Pyrotechnics
Q)Quality, Quantity, Quick
R)Red, Rejoicing, Relatives, Responsibility, Revelry, Rituals, Rocket
S)Safety, Scale, Series, Sharing, Shower, Shows, Shrieking, Sizzle, Sky, Snap, Sparkle, Special, Spectacle, Spinning, Stability, Stars, Streams, Stunning, Sulfur, Summer, Surprises, Symbol, Symbolism
T)Technician, Technology, Traditions, Tribute
U)Unbelievable, Unique, Universal, Up
V)Vacation, Versions, Views, Vision, Vista, Vital
W)Watching, Wave, Waving, Weekend, Whistles, White, Widespread
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Y)Yearn, Yelling, Youth
Z)Zeal, Zest
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General Information about Fireworks
Fireworks may have been used first in 12th-century China to ward off evil spirits. Today, they are commonly associated with civic and private celebrations.

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