Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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carnal of or pertaining to the flesh or body, especially sexual appetites and activities.
conductive having the ability to allow the passage of electricity
decelerate to lower the speed of; decrease in velocity; slow down.
fatuous smugly foolish or stupid.
infringe to cross established limits; encroach; trespass (usually followed by "on" or "upon").
misdemeanor in law, a class of illegal act that is less serious than a felony and carries a lighter sentence; minor offense.
pert impudent or saucy.
pertinent having to do with or connected to a subject; relevant.
pretext a false reason or claim put forward to mask one's true motive or aim.
reciprocity a mutual interchange of privileges or favors between two nations, groups, or institutions.
retraction a withdrawal or disavowal of an opinion, promise, or the like.
sensual related to or providing pleasure from the ways humans perceive stimuli, such as through touch, taste, or smell.
tangential barely connected to or touching a subject.
truism a self-evident statement; platitude.
wanton lacking restraint in the pursuit of sexual pleasure.