Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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compensation something given in return for or to make up for something else.
conceptual of or pertaining to ideas or their formation.
delirium a temporary state of mental disturbance sometimes caused by high fever, shock, or intoxication, and characterized by confusion, hallucinations, delusions, disturbed speech, and the like.
ego one's feeling about oneself, especially in comparison with other people.
emotional having to do with the feelings, including how one feels about oneself in relation to others.
encrusted covered with a hard or crisp layer of something.
exile the condition of being sent away from one's country and not allowed to return as a punishment.
ingenious clever or creative in setting up or working through problems.
operative being in effect.
pathology the scientific study of the causes, nature, and results of bodily disease.
preservation protection from loss or damage; the act of preserving.
recommend to present as something that one can have confidence in; present as something good.
respondent a person who gives a reply or answer, especially to a survey or poll.
tragedy a disaster; a very sad event.
vacancy unfilled space, place, or position.