Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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bereavement the condition or fact of being deprived of something or someone, especially by the death of a loved one.
diminution the act, process, or result of decreasing or declining.
fodder feed for farm animals, such as stalks of corn cut and mixed with hay.
gibberish written or spoken words that are unintelligible, needlessly obscure, or without coherent meaning.
intransigent refusing to alter an idea or a position in response to others' wishes; uncompromising.
invalidate to deprive a claim of force or effect by negating its factual or legal basis.
manifold abundant and varied.
mollify to ease or soothe the anger or emotion of; make calmer; appease.
oscillate to swing steadily and repeatedly back and forth.
perdition the loss of the soul for eternity; damnation.
piteous worthy of or inspiring great sympathy.
pummel to strike heavily with or as if with the fists, a sword, a club, or the like; beat.
reprehensible deserving of blame or reproof; condemnable; blameworthy.
servitude bondage or slavery.
supremacy ultimate power or authority.