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WWW unit 3

8th Grade

anonymous Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.
anthology A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories, or poems.
conjecture A conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence.
conjecture To form an opinion while lacking sufficient evidence
disposition A person’s usual mood; temperament.
disposition A regular tendency or inclination.
encompass To enclose or encircle.
encompass To include.
extricate To free from a difficult or tangled situation.
generation One step in the line of descent of a family.
generation All the people born and living about the same time
generation The average span of time between the birth of parents and their children.
guile Cunning or deceit in dealing with others; trickery.
imperative Urgent; pressing.
imperative Having the power or authority to command.
instill or instil To introduce gradually in order to establish securely.
modify To make less extreme or severe.
modify To make changes in.
modify In grammar, to limit or restrict in meaning.
pivot A small bar or rod on which something else turns.
pivot A person or thing on which others depend.
pivot To turn on or as if on a pivot.
pivotal Vitally important; significant.
prevalent Commonly occurring; widely accepted or practiced.
recur To come up again or to happen again.
recur To come to mind again.
recurrence The act of recurring.
spontaneous Voluntary and unplanned.
spontaneous Occurring or produced without human labor.
spontaneity The quality or condition of occurring in an unplanned way.
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