Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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affluent having a lot of money; rich; wealthy.
comparative measured or estimated by comparison; relative.
contrive to plan in a clever way; invent.
dote to have or show too much love or affection (usually followed by "on" or "upon").
ebullient highly enthusiastic, happily excited, or spirited.
missive a message in writing; letter.
proclivity a natural tendency or inclination; propensity or predisposition.
pronouncement a formal or official declaration.
raucous loud, sharp, and rasping, as, at times, a bird's call or a human's voice or laugh.
readjust to adapt oneself anew.
stagnate to be or become motionless, fouled, or lacking in energy, originality, or development.
stymie throw an obstacle in the way of (something or someone); impede; thwart.
synchronize to cause to occur, move, or operate at the same time or rate.
troublesome causing anxiety, worry, or bother.
typify to be the representative example of.