Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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churl a rude or vulgar person.
condolence sympathy with a grieving or suffering person.
disputatious inclined to quarrel or provoke argument.
ebullient highly enthusiastic, happily excited, or spirited.
evoke to call forth or bring out (an image, memory, response, or the like) in the mind or in action.
extradition the legal transfer of a fugitive from one state or jurisdiction to another where he or she is to be tried or imprisoned.
foretaste a partial, advance experience or realization of something that will come or happen in the future.
indispose to cause unwillingness or disinclination in; make averse.
instigate to purposely agitate or incite; provoke; foment.
laxity the state or quality of being careless or slack; looseness.
pseudonym a false name adopted by someone, especially an author, to conceal his or her identity; pen name.
rediscover to begin experiencing again; find again; regain.
shard a piece of a broken object, especially a fragment of pottery or glass.
spar2 to make boxing movements without hitting hard, as for practice or in fun.