Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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adhere to stick or cling firmly (usually followed by "to").
agitate to cause to move in a quick, tumbling motion or with force; shake.
argumentative given to quarrels, debate, or violent clashes of opinion, often without a cause; contentious.
autobiography the story of a person's life written or told by that person.
cannibal an animal that eats its own species.
chronicle an account of events arranged according to the order in which those events took place.
deflate to cause to shrink or collapse by letting out air or gas.
dither to hesitate nervously or vacillate; be irresolute.
enhance to improve or add to the quality, value, or attractiveness of.
extinction the act or process of becoming or making extinct.
landmark a point in a landscape that is used as a reference or marks a boundary.
regime a system of rule or government.
splendor grandeur or magnificence.
stabilization the process of making or becoming steady or even, and keeping at a certain level or degree.
trivial not valuable or important; insignificant.