Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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arraign to bring before a court of law to respond to a charge or indictment.
buxom of a woman, having a full figure and healthy appearance.
cavil to make petty criticisms or objections; carp (usually followed by "at" or "about").
chattel any article of property not attached to lands or buildings; movable property.
dapper neat and stylish in dress and appearance.
degenerate to decline from an original or former condition; change for the worse in nature or quality; deteriorate.
discernible able to be perceived or distinguished.
instigate to purposely agitate or incite; provoke; foment.
insubordinate unwilling to respect or submit to authority; disobedient.
opprobrium a condition of disgrace or shame; ignominy.
pursuant following on or proceeding from (usually followed by "to").
sophistry a subtle, deceptive method of reasoning or arguing, involving statements that sound plausible but are actually false or fallacious.
subside to become less; decrease.
tensile of or relating to tension.
uninitiated combined form of initiated.