Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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attire to dress up in fancy clothes.
avail to be useful or profitable to; be of value to.
boisterous loud, unrestrained, and in high spirits; rowdy.
crave to need or desire very much.
dither to hesitate nervously or vacillate; be irresolute.
foremost first or most important; leading.
influence to have an effect on a person's actions or thoughts.
martyr a person who suffers or is killed for defending some belief or cause.
monitor to observe in order to check on.
obesity the condition of being exceedingly and unhealthily overweight.
occupant someone who lives or works in a place or fills a position.
poise a state or position of balance.
swarm to come together or move as a large group or mass.
tamper to meddle in something when one is not asked, and so change or damage it (usually followed by "with").
tolerant willing to accept or respect what is different in others, especially their beliefs and customs.