Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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congregate to bring or come together to form a group; gather.
debut a person's first appearance on stage, in concert, or on film.
enliven to cause to be lively or cheerful.
glutton someone who eats an excessive amount, or one who both eats and drinks excessively.
herald a person who conveys or announces official news; messenger.
horde a large number, group, or crowd.
ingredient one of the parts of a mixture.
percentage some part of a whole based on a total of one hundred parts.
plumb to examine closely.
procurement the act or process of obtaining something with deliberate effort or care.
proportion a part of a whole.
refrain1 to hold oneself back; to not enter into a particular action; desist; forbear (often followed by "from").
refuge a place that protects from danger or difficulty.
robust strong, healthy, and full of energy.
stealth secretive, surreptitious, or covert movement or procedure; sneakiness; furtiveness.