Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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animation the act or result of causing something to become lively or active.
astray off the right or known path or course.
condense to make smaller or less in volume; make more closely packed together; concentrate.
devotion strong affection or loyalty.
eminent standing above others in fame or achievement; outstanding.
ensemble a group of performers, such as actors or musicians, who perform together.
expedite to send off, facilitate the progress of, or accomplish with speed and efficiency.
inevitable certain to happen; not able to be avoided.
overabundance an excessive quantity or amount; more than is needed; surfeit.
pesky (informal) pestering or annoying.
rogue a person who is dishonest or mean.
signify to serve as a sign of; mean.
swivel a device that allows the object fastened or mounted to it to turn freely or pivot.
tranquil without noise or excitement; calm; steady; peaceful.
unlimited having no limits, bounds, or restrictions.