Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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address a formal speech or talk.
alter to make different in some way; change.
balance a state in which opposite forces are equal.
coupon a small, printed slip of paper that gives someone a discount, admission to a performance, or a chance to win a prize.
dictionary a book, or a source of information found on a computer, that lists the words of a language in alphabetical order, along with information about their meaning, spelling, and pronunciation.
directly without space or action in between.
gnaw to bite or chew on again and again.
guideline a rule that tells people how to do something in the way that is considered best.
hypnosis a condition like sleep that is caused by the direction of another person. People under hypnosis may do or say things as directed or suggested by the person who has put them in this condition.
pastime an activity that makes the time pass in a pleasant way.
remind to cause (someone) to recall something.
sarcasm the use of scornful or mocking remarks.
social living in groups or communities instead of alone.
surrender to turn over or yield to the power or control of another.
weekly done, happening, or printed once a week.