Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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abstain to choose not to do something.
acolyte a person who assists a clergyman in religious services, especially Roman Catholic.
aggrandize to make, or cause to appear, grander in wealth, stature, power, or influence; exalt.
cohere to lump, hold, or stick together.
commensurate of equal measure, as extent or duration.
ebullient highly enthusiastic, happily excited, or spirited.
flaccid without firmness; soft; flabby.
heretic a person who maintains unorthodox religious opinions or beliefs, especially a baptized Roman Catholic who dissents from official church doctrine.
interrelate to place in or come into a shared, mutual, or reciprocal relationship.
jargon special words or language used by a particular group or to describe a particular interest.
projectile any object that is thrown, fired, or shot by an outside force or weapon.
referent anything in the real world or in the imagination that is symbolized or referred to by a word or other symbol.
residue a substance or quantity that remains after a part has been removed or after a process has been completed.
sequel what follows afterwards, such as the next event in a series, especially as it arises from previous events.
spat1 a short, slight quarrel.