Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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animus a feeling or attitude of enmity.
colloquialism a word or phrase typically used in conversational, informal, or regional speech or writing, hence sometimes considered inappropriate in formal writing.
demarcate to set apart or separate, as if with boundaries.
eidetic pertaining to or designating the ability to recall images in almost perfect detail.
emulous filled with the desire to equal or surpass.
eruct to belch forth.
flagitious viciously or shamefully wicked; infamous.
fledge to grow flight feathers.
granulate to make into small particles or grains.
lattice a flat framework made with strips of wood or other material. The strips cross each other and have open spaces in between. A lattice is often used as a screen on a porch or in a garden.
parlous full of dangers or risks; perilous.
pedagogy the act, process, or profession of teaching.
rebarbative tending to irritate or repel; forbidding or unattractive.
Sabbatarian one who observes the Sabbath on Saturday, as Jews and certain Christians.
sagacious possessing or characterized by good judgment and common sense; wise.