Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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adorn to add beauty to; decorate.
boon something that is a help or benefit.
brood to think or worry a lot about a single subject (usually followed by "on" or "over").
census an official count of the people who live in a country or other area. A census is also used to collect information about these people, such as their job, age, or sex.
clamor a loud noise that goes on for sometime.
decline to refuse to do, in a polite way.
ignorant without knowledge or education.
ineffective producing little or none of the desired or intended impact.
prohibition the act of forbidding.
radiant sending out heat or rays of light; shining brightly.
reference the act or fact of mentioning.
reject to refuse to take, approve, or believe.
scenario a detailed outline or summary of a play, film, or book.
statistics (used with a singular verb) the mathematical study of numerical information, especially representative information about a limited portion of a population that is used to make generalized conclusions about the whole.
violation the act of breaking or breaching a law, rule, or agreement.