Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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abnegation the act of relinquishing or abandoning, as a right, role, or good.
adage an old familiar saying that shows the wisdom of a group of people; proverb.
ambivalent of feelings and emotions, conflicting; pulling in opposite directions.
arraign to bring before a court of law to respond to a charge or indictment.
carouse to revel in a boisterous and drunken manner.
convoke to summon to an assembly; marshal.
flaunt to display ostentatiously; show off.
linear having to do with a line; straight.
odorous having or giving off a distinctive or strong smell.
pallor unnatural lack of color, especially of the face.
redress compensation or reparation; amends.
rite a formal ceremonial procedure prescribed or customary for a specific occasion, as in religious worship.
suffice to meet the needs, goals, or the like of; be adequate for.
supercilious showing an arrogant disregard, as a look, manner, or person.
tirade a long, forceful, or angry speech, often critical or denunciatory in nature; harangue.