Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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antecedent an event, circumstance, or thing coming before another.
benefactor one who helps or performs a good for an individual or an institution, usually by giving money.
cede to give up or surrender, especially formally.
commandeer to force (a civilian) into, or seize (goods) for, the military.
correlate to have a causal, complementary, parallel, or reciprocal relationship.
devoid not having something; totally lacking.
gauche deficient in manners or other conventions of social behavior; boorish; crude.
importune to pester with insistent demands or requests.
incense2 to make very angry.
ingrain to impress (habits, ideas, values, or the like) deeply and firmly in one's nature or mind.
obliterate to erase or make unrecognizable by erasing.
recalcitrant stubbornly disobedient; refractory.
regurgitate to surge or pour back or out, especially from of a place of containment, as gases, liquids, or undigested food.
remonstrance the act or an instance of protesting or objecting.
scandalous causing, or likely to cause, a scandal; shocking; disgraceful.