Grades 9-10 (WVI 4)
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apportion to assign, adjust, or distribute parts so as to maintain the proper proportion; allot.
broach to suggest or mention for the first time; bring up.
cater to supply food or other service.
elongate to make longer; lengthen.
impregnable1 able to withstand any attack, as a fortress.
incongruity the condition of being inappropriate or inconsistent.
indefatigable persisting tirelessly; untiring.
infamous having, deserving, or causing a bad reputation; notorious or shameful.
materialize to become fact; be realized.
negligible so small or unimportant as to be of no account; trifling or insignificant.
orifice an opening, such as a vent, mouth, or hole, through which something can pass.
placid calm, smooth, or peaceful.
sect any group, especially a religious group such as a denomination, that is united by a common belief, ritual, or the like.
subsidy direct financial assistance provided by the government to a business, industry, educational institution, individual, or the like.
undaunted not discouraged; not giving up even though something is difficult or frightening.