Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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affair an event, matter, or happening.
clearly without a doubt.
concussion a violent shaking or heavy blow; shock.
depend to trust or rely (usually followed by "on" or "upon").
electronic having to do with devices, equipment, or systems that use electricity in complex ways while employing very tiny parts.
fender a metal guard over the wheel of a truck, car, or bicycle.
frantic very excited by worry or fear; frenzied.
jest a funny saying or action; joke.
perhaps maybe; possibly.
property all of one's possessions taken as a whole, or a part of those possessions.
resume to start again after stopping.
sense to be or become aware of; perceive.
successful having reached a wanted goal.
surgery an operation done by a surgeon.
well-known famous; familiar.