Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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alibi a way of defending oneself against criminal charges by showing that one was not at the scene of the crime when it happened.
assert to state with force or confidence.
caption the words that describe a picture or graph in a magazine, book, or newspaper.
continuous going on without pausing or stopping; not broken.
convenience the quality of being useful or handy for someone's purpose or need.
delegate a person who is chosen to speak or act for others.
ecological of or pertaining to the relationships between living things and their environments.
gourmet a person who loves and knows much about good food and fine wine.
literacy the state of being able to read or write.
premature done, happening, or born before the expected time; too soon.
presumably judging by what may reasonably be guessed or predicted.
promote to support the growth of or help move forward.
respiration the act of breathing.
status a person's position or rank compared with others.
whim a sudden desire, thought, or change of mind.