Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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advantage a better chance or position; upper hand.
dispute an argument or debate.
distance the measure of space between things, places, or points in time.
downward toward a lower place or condition.
foul very unpleasant to taste, smell, or look at.
globe the world; planet Earth.
grumble to complain in a low voice.
opportunity a chance for a better situation.
poll a set of questions given to large numbers of people. Polls are used to gather information about what the public thinks.
relation connection.
survive to continue to live despite serious threat to one's life.
totter to sway or rock as if about to fall.
unison (used with "in") speaking all at the same time, or singing at the same time in the same pitch.
unusual not usual or ordinary; not common; remarkable.
weigh to measure how heavy something is by using a scale.