Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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bard in ancient Celtic times, a person who composed and recited or sang epic poetry.
bribe something promised or given to a person as a way of getting that person to do a certain thing.
clarify to make easier to understand; make clear.
emit to send out or give off.
enunciate to pronounce words, especially in a clear and distinct voice.
flank the area between the hip and the ribs on either side of the body.
insurgent one who uses armed force to rebel against one's own government.
jaunty having a light manner; lively and confident.
miscellaneous made up of many different kinds.
missile an object or weapon that is thrown or shot at a target that is far away.
portray to make a picture of in images or words.
prerequisite something required beforehand.
prognosis a forecast of the anticipated course of a disease, especially of the likelihood of recovery.
provoke to make angry, annoyed, or emotional; bring to action.
spectator one that watches or observes.