Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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abstract existing without physical shape or substance.
adhere to stick or cling firmly (usually followed by "to").
bankrupt not able to pay money owed and free by law from having to pay.
component a part of something.
customary usual, habitual, or traditional.
departure the act or an occasion of leaving or going away.
evolution the process of changing and adapting to an environment over time.
fanatic a person who is enthusiastic about something in a way that is extreme or not reasonable.
intrigue to draw the strong interest of; puzzle; fascinate.
partition a wall or partial wall that separates or divides space.
pathology the scientific study of the causes, nature, and results of bodily disease.
proclaim to say or state for the public to know.
promote to support the growth of or help move forward.
smug confident of or satisfied with oneself to the point of annoying other people; complacent.
summary a short and usually comprehensive statement of what has been previously stated.