Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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agility the ability to move or think easily and quickly.
arbiter someone who has the authority to decide an issue or settle a dispute.
bonanza anything that brings great wealth and prosperity.
disuse the state or condition of not being used or practiced any longer.
meander to wind back and forth.
misrepresent to identify or describe in a misleading way.
obligatory required; compulsory.
populace the people who live in a particular place.
quaff to drink, especially deeply and with obvious enjoyment.
stagnate to be or become motionless, fouled, or lacking in energy, originality, or development.
subvert to overthrow or destroy, or cause the destruction of (an established authority, especially a national government).
tensile of or relating to tension.
tertiary third in order, rank, importance, degree, or the like.
tutelage the act or function of a teacher, especially one who gives lessons to individuals; instruction; teaching.
verisimilitude the appearance or semblance of truth or reality.