Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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complex difficult to understand.
deft skillful, quick, and clever in action.
dire causing, likely to cause, or involving terror or suffering.
dosage the amount or timing of medicine to be taken.
handicraft skill at making things by hand.
hardheaded not easily moved, manipulated, or duped; shrewd; pragmatic.
inscribe to write by carving.
insurgent one who uses armed force to rebel against one's own government.
interfere to block or get in the way (usually followed by "with").
knack a natural talent; ability with ease.
measly (informal) ridiculously inadequate or unsatisfactory; paltry.
petition a formal, written request by many people that is made to a person in authority.
register to sign up for something by having one's name put on an official list.
revisit to visit or go to again, especially with the intent to examine something or to relive an important experience.
succession the act or process of following or coming after something or someone else.