Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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conviction the act or process of finding a person guilty of a crime.
criticize to judge what is good or bad in.
devotion strong affection or loyalty.
extraordinary very unusual; far beyond the ordinary.
fascination the condition of having one's attention aroused and held, as by charm, beauty, or extreme interest.
gluttonous inclined to eat excessively; voracious.
hypothesis a prediction or educated guess that can be tested and can be used to guide further study.
inhale to breathe in; take in by breathing.
marketing advertising and other activities involved in getting people to buy a product or service from a company.
negate to render ineffective or invalid; nullify.
perfection the state or condition of being without a fault or mistake.
psychology the study or science of the mind and of the ways that people feel and act.
scandal an action, situation, or behavior that seriously offends societal standards of propriety or morality.
torment a state of great suffering of the body or mind.
undergo to have the experience of; receive; endure.