Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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ambidextrous able to use both the left and right hands with equal skill.
arrant complete; unmitigated; downright.
atonement the act of making reparation for a sin, crime, error, or the like.
elide to leave out or slur, as a syllable or letter, in pronunciation.
exceptionable likely to be objected to; objectionable.
impugn to call into question; challenge or try to discredit.
impute to ascribe or attribute to a source or cause.
intelligentsia the elite class of highly learned people within a society, or those who consider themselves part of such a class.
knurled having small ridges.
lambent glowing softly.
lien a legal claim on a piece of property when the current owner is in default on a debt or obligation.
penumbra an indefinite, borderline area.
penury severe poverty; pennilessness.
pneumatic of, using, or concerning air or other gases.
quiescence a state of inaction, rest, or stillness; dormancy.