Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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approximate nearly exact or correct.
blueprint a print of a drawing that shows a building plan. Blueprints usually have white lines on a blue background.
broker a person whose business is to negotiate buying and selling, especially of stocks or real estate, on another's behalf.
counterfeit made to look like something real in order to cheat people.
depletion drastic lessening; exhaustion.
descent the act or process of going downward.
evolution the process of changing and adapting to an environment over time.
homicide the act of killing another person; murder.
inappropriate not right or proper for the time or place; not appropriate.
obstruct to block or clog.
optimist one who usually or in a specific instance expects a good outcome. (Cf. pessimist.)
participate to take part; share (usually followed by "in").
provision the act of giving something needed; providing.
reconstruction the act or result of rebuilding or remaking.
vex to annoy or irritate.