Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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applaud to clap the hands in approval.
borrow to take with the promise to return or replace.
canter a horse's gait between a trot and a gallop.
envelop to cover, wrap, enclose, or surround.
frill an unnecessary or superfluous ornament or luxury.
insist to be firm about something; refuse to give up.
investigation the act of examining carefully and closely.
legal of or having to do with law.
maroon2 to leave on an island or coast, far from other people; abandon.
neutral not taking any side in an argument or contest.
puncture a small hole caused by a sharp object.
pursue to follow in order to reach or catch; chase.
requirement something that is needed or necessary.
veil a thin piece of fabric or net worn over the face, head, or shoulders, or over some combination of these. A veil is used as a decoration or to hide a person's face.
whine to make a long, high cry that expresses pain, complaint, or fear.