Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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adjunct attached or connected but not fully integrated; supplementary; subordinate.
adventurous willing to take risks in order to find excitement; daring.
akin similar in kind or spirit; alike.
anemia a medical condition caused by having too few red blood cells or red blood cells that are not working properly. People with anemia may be pale, feel weak, and have difficulty breathing.
blemish to damage or spoil the perfection of.
censor an official who decides what art, movies, or books may be published. A censor works for a government, religion, or other organization, and promotes its ideas.
elope to run away and marry in secret.
infuse to fill or inspire.
intercept to stop or take hold of; interrupt the movement or progress of.
isolate to set apart or separate so as to be alone.
odyssey an extended, wandering journey of adventure or quest.
opt to decide; choose (usually followed by "for" or an infinitive).
overemphasize to stress too much; give too much importance to.
scandal an action, situation, or behavior that seriously offends societal standards of propriety or morality.
validity the condition or fact of being based on truth, fact, or knowledge.