Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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applaud to clap the hands in approval.
burst to break, open up, or explode suddenly.
flaw a fault or defect.
gratitude the feeling of being thankful; gratefulness.
instruct to teach; educate; tell.
lunge a sudden movement toward something; thrust, leap, or dive.
marriage the state of two people being joined by law, having pledged to be faithful to one another all their lives as a couple.
panel a section of a door, wall, or other surface that is set apart from the area around it by being raised, sunken, or decorated.
pasture a piece of land on which animals are put to graze.
smother to kill by not allowing enough air; suffocate.
sob to cry with great emotion while making short gasps for breath.
strictly strongly; absolutely.
sulk to express anger or bad humor by being silent or distant.
superior having a higher position, degree, or rank.
thus in this way; so.