Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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assert to state with force or confidence.
bog an area of soft, wet earth; marsh.
burrow a hole or tunnel dug by certain animals for use as a hiding place or home.
circuit an act of moving or turning around.
deprecate to disparage or treat as having small value; depreciate.
engage to get or hold the interest of; occupy.
exult to rejoice greatly, especially over some triumph.
gall1 impudence; nerve.
latency the state of being present but not yet apparent, developed, or operative.
legislative having to do with the branch of government that has the power to pass laws.
oppose to think, act, or be against; resist.
rejection the act of refusing to accept, take, or believe.
relevance connection or importance to the matter in question; pertinence.
satisfactory good enough to meet a need or desire.
trivial not valuable or important; insignificant.