Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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approximate nearly exact or correct.
assert to state with force or confidence.
bisect to cut or split into two equal parts.
brood to think or worry a lot about a single subject (usually followed by "on" or "over").
circumstance a condition or fact connected with or having an effect on an event or situation.
classify to put or order into groups of similar things.
competent having the skill to do something; capable.
confer to give or award.
deviation difference or divergence, as from a typical pattern, accepted social norms, political orthodoxy, or the like.
glaze a shiny coating on pottery.
intuitive having or resulting from the ability to know or apprehend without using the process of logical thought or reasoning.
neutralize to cause to have no effect or become useless.
refund to return or pay back.
sham an imitation that is passed as genuine; counterfeit.
transit the act of passing over, across, or through; passage.