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Wednesday Wars 1

lean sideways uncontrollably careened
valid by law; justifiable legitimate
the action of moving an item forward propulsion
a person who plans, designs, and oversees the construction of buildings architect
the action of assassinating (murdering) someone assassination
a person killed or injured in a war or accident casualty
a large retail shop or store emporium
having a sensation of whirling and tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy giddy
wicked, evil, criminal nefarious
relating to, or suffering from a mental illness that causes you to falsely believe that people are trying to harm you paranoid
The ********************* of President, John F. Kennedy, was a day that went down in History. Lee Harvey Oswald was accused of the murder. assassination
Your license needs to be **************** in order for you to legally drive. legitimate
The *********************of the blades in the propeller caused the boat to move forward. propulsion
The speeding car**************around the curve and lost control. careened
Frank Lloyd Wright was a famous ************that designed the Guggenheim Museum. architect
I am glad my father was not a ****************of the Vietnam war. Casualty
She was feeling ***********after spinning around 34 times. Giddy
The *********************mobster, Al Capone, planned the St. Valentine's Day Murders. nefarious
Lorraine was ********************and thought everyone was laughing at her. paranoid
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