Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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consequential coming after as an outcome or result.
dogmatic asserting beliefs and opinions as though they were proven facts.
eulogize to speak or write high praise of, or make a formal tribute to (usually a dead person).
fallacy a false or misleading idea or notion, especially one that is commonly held.
frolicsome full of high spirits, gaiety, or merriment; playful.
implode to violently collapse or compress inward.
magnitude size or extent.
meticulous very careful or precise.
mote a fine particle of dust; speck.
openhanded tending to give to others; generous.
prospectus a written description or summary of a proposed project.
sacrosanct so important or revered as to be beyond any alteration or criticism.
salubrious favorable to good health; healthy; wholesome.
servitude bondage or slavery.
venial able to be excused, pardoned, or forgiven, as a minor error, offense, or sin. (Cf. mortal.)