Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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abrogate to abolish, repeal, or nullify by authority.
avow to assert or affirm.
belie to give a false impression of.
dearth a shortage or scarcity of something; lack.
emote to express or simulate feelings, especially in an exaggerated or theatrical manner.
iatrogenic caused by a physician or medical treatment, especially from drugs or surgery.
inflection change that occurs in the form of words to show a grammatical characteristic such as the tense of a verb, the number of a noun, or the degree of an adjective or adverb.
lien a legal claim on a piece of property when the current owner is in default on a debt or obligation.
obtrusive aggressive and self-assertive, or inclined to be so.
pinchbeck false, sham, or counterfeit.
precursory coming before and serving to indicate what will follow; premonitory.
purvey to supply or provide (especially food, drink, or other provisions).
repose2 to put or place (confidence, hope, or the like) in someone or something.
savor to give an impression; hint (usually followed by "of").
syntax the word order or pattern of word order in a sentence.