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Reading Vocabulary

TermDefinition
graffiti words or pictures painted illegally on public property
commemorated in memory of some person or event
deteriorating becoming worse in some or many ways
facades the front of a building, especially a decorative one
debris the remains of anything destroyed; bits of old waste material laying around
inscription word or words carved on stone or other hard surfaces; brief dedication or note written by hand in a book,on a photograph or similar item
renovate restored to good condition as by repairing or remodeling
rural characteristics of or having to do with the country
thriving doing very well, prospering
vandalized deliberately destroyed or damaged
Created by: Mrs. Jantzi