Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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amendment an official change made to a bill, law, or other document.
competent having the skill to do something; capable.
congregate to bring or come together to form a group; gather.
deprecate to disparage or treat as having small value; depreciate.
ecology the scientific study of the relationships between living things and their environments.
exclusive keeping out all others.
fabrication a statement, document, or the like that is false or invented to deceive.
flair a natural ability; talent.
gorge a narrow space between rocky cliffs.
improper not correct.
intermediate being or happening between two things, stages, positions, or persons; being in the middle.
intern a doctor who recently graduated from medical school and is working with more experienced doctors to finish training.
psychology the study or science of the mind and of the ways that people feel and act.
qualitative of or concerning the nature or attributes of something, as opposed to its amount. (Cf. quantitative.)
segment one of the parts into which something is or can be separated.