Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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applaud to clap the hands in approval.
column a vertical list or row.
credit the quality or condition of being able to be believed or trusted.
flirt to play at love; act in a romantic way that is not serious.
haze mist, smoke, or dust in the air, making it hard to see.
meter3 a device that measures or records distance, speed, time, quantity, or degree.
neutral not taking any side in an argument or contest.
nonprofit of a business, not established to make more money than is necessary to pay employees and to remain in operation.
profession a job or type of work that needs special training or study.
reluctant not willing or enthusiastic.
self-esteem confidence or pride in oneself; self-respect.
shuttle a bus, airplane, train, or spacecraft that travels the same route back and forth.
slick1 having a smooth, shiny, or slippery surface.
theft an act of stealing.
urge to push or drive forward or onward.