Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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abhor to regard with intense loathing or horror; detest.
anticipate to look forward to; expect.
authoritative accepted as correct and true; reliable as a source of information because said or written by an expert or authority.
bilingual able to speak two languages well.
conclude to bring to an end; finish or complete.
determinant that which is a factor in causing an outcome.
dormant asleep, or in a state of rest that is similar to sleep.
dwell to think, write, or speak about over and over again for a long time (often followed by "on" or "upon").
eligible qualified for something; in a position to be chosen.
fluent able to speak or write easily and naturally.
flux a state of continuous change or movement.
insomnia difficulty in getting to sleep.
laden filled with a great weight.
mimic to copy or imitate.
rogue a person who is dishonest or mean.