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.
arrogant having or showing too much pride; behaving as though one is more important than others.
calamity an event causing great harm, pain, or destruction; disaster.
caliber degree of competence, virtue, or worthiness.
condense to make smaller or less in volume; make more closely packed together; concentrate.
embrace an act or instance of holding someone closely in one's arms; hug.
highlight that which is exceptionally and pleasurably memorable, important, or prominent.
liable held responsible by law.
marketing advertising and other activities involved in getting people to buy a product or service from a company.
martial having to do with war or military activities.
penalize to give penalty or punishment to.
perfection the state or condition of being without a fault or mistake.
regulate to control by rules or a method.
respondent a person who gives a reply or answer, especially to a survey or poll.
surprisingly in a way or in an amount that is not expected.