Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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assume to suppose (something) to be true without knowing the actual facts; take for granted.
basis something that supports and is needed by all the other parts; starting point or foundation.
capable having the skill or power to do what is needed.
comparison the act of deciding, saying, or showing how two or more things are the same or different.
consistently in a way that remains the same as the established pattern.
constantly continuously; unceasingly.
contract an agreement that is supported by the law.
detest to have a strong dislike for; hate.
lawyer one whose job is to help people with legal matters and represent them in court; attorney.
manner a way of doing something; style.
rapid happening in a short or brief time.
scurry to move quickly or in a hurried way.
spread to open or stretch out.
talented having a natural skill or gift in some activity.
whisper to speak in a soft, low tone.