Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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analogous similar or corresponding in some particular manner.
celestial of or pertaining to the sky or outer space.
deity a god or goddess.
delude to cause to hold a false belief; mislead; deceive.
foreshadow to signal or indicate beforehand; presage; prefigure.
fractious inclined to be irritable and quarrelsome; cranky.
indictment the act of bringing a charge against someone, or the condition of being charged with a crime.
invariable not subject to change; consistently the same.
languor lack of strength or energy; weakness or listlessness.
pestilence an epidemic, usually deadly, disease; plague.
predominant being the chief or greatest in importance, status, influence, or the like.
remuneration pay, reward, or compensation.
ricochet to bounce or skip off a surface at an angle; rebound.
stark in all respects; total; extreme.
stodgy lacking the ability or inclination to act informally or to find humor or enjoyment in things that others might; stuffy; prim.