Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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abundance a very large amount; plentiful supply.
acknowledge to admit the truth or existence of.
analyze to separate into parts for close study; examine and explain.
assertive forward or aggressive in speech or action.
astray off the right or known path or course.
channel a long, narrow body of water that joins two larger bodies of water.
dainty small, pretty, and delicate.
delirium a temporary state of mental disturbance sometimes caused by high fever, shock, or intoxication, and characterized by confusion, hallucinations, delusions, disturbed speech, and the like.
intertwine to twist together, one about the other; interlace or interlock.
lurid sensational; shocking or dramatic.
representative a person who speaks or acts for a group or community.
ritual a set of actions always done in the same way.
theology the study of religion, especially the relations between God and the universe as expressed in religious doctrine, revelation, and scripture.
tremor a shaking or trembling.
truce a stop or end of war that is agreed upon by all groups that participate; armistice.