Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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abundance a very large amount; plentiful supply.
attraction the act or power of drawing things or people near.
conjunction a word that connects other words, phrases, clauses, or sentences. "And," "while," and "because" are some conjunctions.
contraption (informal) a mechanical device, sometimes of odd design or construction; gadget.
crypt a burial chamber or underground vault, especially one beneath a church.
dwell to think, write, or speak about over and over again for a long time (often followed by "on" or "upon").
gluttonous inclined to eat excessively; voracious.
marital of or concerning marriage.
ordeal a painful, difficult experience, or test of one's character.
premium the exceptional value or esteem accorded something.
prophesy to foretell or reveal, especially under divine inspiration.
reflective characterized by or tending to meditation, especially in contrast to abrupt action; thoughtful.
saga a medieval Nordic or Icelandic prose narrative, especially one describing the historical or legendary exploits of a single person or family.
theology the study of religion, especially the relations between God and the universe as expressed in religious doctrine, revelation, and scripture.
trend a general course, direction, or tendency.