Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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buoyant lighthearted or cheerful.
cue1 anything done or said during a play that is a signal for an actor to say or do something.
envious showing or feeling desire for what another has.
fluster to cause to become nervous, confused, or upset.
humane showing kindness or mercy.
knack a natural talent for something.
perspective the way things are seen from a particular point of view.
rebirth a major recurrence, as of a phenomenon; revival.
recommend to present as something that one can have confidence in; present as something good.
so-called improperly or incorrectly called.
specialize to devote one's attentions to a specific pursuit or field of study.
strive to try or work hard.
swivel a device that allows the object fastened or mounted to it to turn freely or pivot.
transcend to go beyond or rise above (a common limitation).
vista a distant view as seen from a particular point or through an opening such as between buildings or trees.