Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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dapper neat and stylish in dress and appearance.
discretion the freedom or authority to use one's own judgment.
droll wryly amusing or humorous.
exude to emit or give off from, or as if from, the pores of the skin.
impeach to accuse a person in public office of wrong or improper conduct.
interplay the action or influence of two or more things on each other; reciprocal effect.
languish to lose strength or energy; weaken.
maxim a brief, concise statement of a general or basic truth or rule, especially for proper conduct.
monotony tiresome lack of variation.
novice a person with little or no experience at a particular job or activity.
retaliate to strike back; take revenge.
servile very submissive to another's authority; slavish.
slur to speak of disparagingly; belittle.
turbulence commotion, violent disorder, or unrest.
undulate to move in waves or a wavelike motion.