Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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alienate to cause to become unfriendly or averse; estrange.
bereaved in a state of grief over the death of a friend or relative.
curriculum the courses offered at a school or in a particular area of study.
enormity the quality of surpassing moral limits; offensive or disgraceful character.
exemplar one worthy to be imitated or studied; model.
frugality prudent or sparing use of resources, especially money.
lethal intended to cause or capable of causing death or extreme harm; deadly.
obliterate to erase or make unrecognizable by erasing.
pinnacle the highest point or part of anything; apex; summit.
potency the condition of being strong in effect or powerful.
stagnate to be or become motionless, fouled, or lacking in energy, originality, or development.
tenacious holding on or tending to hold on strongly or persistently (sometimes followed by "of").
ubiquitous being or appearing to be in all places at the same time; omnipresent.
vagrant one who lacks a permanent home and wanders from place to place; nomad; tramp.
volatile rapidly changeable, especially tending to become violent.