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Wordly Wise
Grade 8
Vocab 1A & 1B
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1. A, D
2. C, B
3. C, D
4. C, B
5. B, A
6. C, B
7. D, B
8. C, A
9. A, D
10. B, C
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1. EXCRUCIATING
2. BRUSQUENESS
3. TURBULENT
4. DEMEAN
5. PROPRIETOR
6. REBUFFED
7. AVID
8. RESILIENT
9. INAUGURATION
10. CONCISE
Vocab 1C & 1D
• 1C
– 1. A, B
– 2. A, C
– 3. A, B, C
– 4. B, C, D
– 5. A, B
– 6. B, C
– 7. B, C, D
– 8. A, B, C
• 1D
– 1. BRUSQUE
– 3. ABRUPT
– 5. REBUFF
– 6. REJECT
– 7. EMULATE
– 9. IMITATE
– 10. DEMEANING
– 12. DESPICABLE
– 13. TURBULENT
– 15. STORMY
Vocab 2A & 2B
• 2A – Finding Meaning
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1. A,D
2. D, A
3. B,C
4. D, A
5. B,A
6. B,C
7. B,A
8. C, B
9. B, D
10. D, C
• 2B – Just the Right Word
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Corroborated
Gruesome
Succumbed
Endeavor
Abrasions
Inventory
Grimaced
Derive
Cursory
Gingerly
Vocab 2C & 2D
• 2C – Applying Meanings
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1. A, B, C, D
2. A, B, C, D
3. A, D
4. A, B, D
5. A, D
6. A, B, C
7. A, B, C
8. A, B
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2D – Word Study
1. copy – emulate
2. stormy – turbulent
3. succumb – die
4. reject – rebuff
5. attempt – endeavor
6. brusque – gentle
7. praise – demean
8. admirable – despicable
9. rebuff – welcome
10. calm - turbulent
Vocab 2E
• 1. He was clad in deerskin garments with a grass
cape to keep out the cold.
• 10. Several independent tests corroborated the
results.
• 11. The weight of the snow and ice on the Iceman’s
face probably pressed his features into an expression
that looked like a grimace.
• 12. The dry, ice winds dehydrated the body.
• 13. The first step after the body was discovered was
an endeavor to remove it from the mountain.
• 15. It would be inaccurate because scientists were
electrified by the discovery.
Vocab 3A & 3B
• 3A – Finding Meaning
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1. C, A
2. A,D
3. C,B
4. B,D
5. B,C
6. C,D
7. B,C
8. A,D
9. D,B
10. C,B
• 3B – Just the Right Word
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Conjecture
Imperative
Anonymous
Anthology
Spontaneity
Instill
Recur
Disposition
Generation
Pivot
Vocab 3C & 3D
• 3C – Applying Meaning • 3D – Word Study
1. Pivot; turn
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• 1. A, D
2. Anonymous; unknown S
• 2. A, B, C
3. Encompass; exclude A
• 3. A, B, C
4. Imperative; urgent S
• 4. A, B, C
5. Prevalent; rare
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6. Pivotal; important S
• 5. A, B, C
7. Guess; conjecture
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• 6. A, C, D
8. Modify; change
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• 7. A, B, C
9. Guile; innocence
A
• 8. A, B
10. Remove; extricate S
Vocab 3E
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4. He had a cold and cruel disposition.
5. The original authors remain anonymous.
7. They are prevalent throughout the world.
8. They try to instill values and provide models of
appropriate behavior.
• 10. He knew he could easily extricate himself from
such a familiar place.
• 12. It is an anthology of folk tales.
• 14. A spoken tale is often modified while written
ones change little.
Vocab 4A & 4B
• 4A – Finding Meaning
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1. B, D
2. C, D
3. B, C
4. A, D
5. D, A
6. B, A
7. D, B
8. B, C
9. A, D
10. A, D
• 4B – Just the Right Word
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1. Irascible
2. Abhor
3. Reverberated
4. Sage
5. Amiss
6. Despondent
7. Entreated
8. Reclusive
9. Tremulous
10. Affable
Vocab 4C & 4D
• 4C – Applying Meaning • 4D – Word Study
1. D
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2. B
• 2. C, D
3. A
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4. B
• 4. A, C
5. C
6. B
• 5. A, B, C, D
7. D
• 6. A, B
8. B
• 7. A, C
9. D
• 8. A, D
10. A
Vocab 4E
• 1. The war dragged on interminably.
• 3. She saw that Soo Nyung was despondent over the
changes in Liang-Po.
• 4. She was famous for her sage advice and herbal
remedies
• 6. He would only break silence when he launched into
a tirade
• 8.Liang-Po is described as an affable man.
• 10.The roar of the tiger reverberated through the
forest.
• 11.He was haunted by memories of war.
• 14. There was a profound change in Liang-Po after the
war.
Vocab 5A & 5C
• 5A – Finding Meaning
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D, A
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D, A
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B, A
B, C
A, D
B, A
C, A
• 5C – Applying Meaning
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1. C
2. A, B
3. A, B, C
4. B
5. D
6. A, B, C
7. B, C
8. C
Vocab 5B & 5D
• 5B – Just the Right Word • 5D – Word Study
• 1. audacious
• 1. resilient (unit 1)
• 2. slovenly
• 2. recur (unit 3)
• 3. profusion
• 3. dehydrate (unit 2)
• 4. prudence
• 4. anonymous (unit 3)
• 5. mutiny
• 5. pseudonym (unit 1)
• 6. conscientious
• 6. anthology (unit 3)
• 7. inkling
• 8. rankles
• 7. impel (unit 4)
• 9. lackadaisical
• 10. embark
Vocab 5E
• 7. Breadfruit plants grew in profusion there.
• 12. He confiscated all of the weapons on
board and locked up all crew members loyal to
the captain.
• 13. The passage says that Bligh had no inkling
of trouble
Vocab 6A & 6B
• 6A – Finding Meaning
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1. D, A
2. B, A
3. C, A
4. D, C
5. A, D
6. D, B
7. A, C
8. D, C
9. C, B
10. B, D
• 6B – Just the Right Word
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1. Assimilate
2. Imminent
3. Meticulous
4. Shackled
5. Anarchy
6. Dissension
7. Elapsed
8. Conspired
9. Sweltering
10. Arraigned
Vocab 6C & 6D
• 6C – Applying Meaning • 6D – Word Study
1. Meticulous – Careful
• 1. A, B, D
2. Assimilate – Absorb
• 2. A, B, C, D
3. Calamity – Disaster
• 3. A, B, C, D
4. Pass – Elapse
• 4. A, B, C
5. Arraign – Charge
6. Peculiar – Bizarre
• 5. B, C
7. Order – Anarchy
• 6. A, B, D
8. Succumb – Resist
• 7. A, B
9. Chilly – Sweltering
• 8. A, C, D
10. Dissension - Agreement
Vocab 6E
• 2. The sweltering heat of the sun left the crew too
tired to row.
• 4. Bligh kept a meticulous record of everything that
happened after the mutiny.
• 7. Smith’s story was quite bizarre.
• 8. Tahiti would be a logical place for the Navy to look
for him. If apprehended, he would be hanged.
• 10. Dissension developed among the residents.
• 13. They were shackled below the decks.
• 14. He sailed away after only a short amount of time
had elapsed.
Vocab 7A & 7B
• 7A – Finding Meaning
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1. B, C
2. D, A
3. C, A
4. D, A
5. A, D
6. C, D
7. B, C
8. B, A
9. D, B
10. A, D
• 7B – Just the Right Word
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1. Contingent
2. Replica
3. Fledgling
4. Negligible
5. Fanfare
6. Mettle
7. Deluge
8. Dispels
9. Dubbed
10. Inanity
Vocab 7C & 7D
• 7C – Applying Meaning • 7D – Word Study
1. Name – Dub
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2. Courage – Mettle
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• 2. A, B, C
3. Shorten – Protract A
• 3. A, B, C
4. Frighten – Daunt
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• 4. A, B, C, D
5. Expert – Fledgling
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6. Dispel – Evoke
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7. Foolish – Inane
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• 6. C, D
8. Copy – Replica
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• 7. A, C, D
9. Negligible – Substantial A
• 8. A, B, C, D
10. Associate – Colleague S
Vocab 7E
• 2. The astronauts were trained in a replica of the
space shuttle.
• 5. Physical strength is negligible to an astronaut.
• 6. Yes, the women proved their mettle in all situations.
• 7. Any person who was claustrophobic would feel
uncomfortable in the shuttle’s tight spaces and in the
rescue balls.
• 9. Dr. Ride trained alone with 5 other colleagues.
• 12. Some of the older male astronauts were
condescending toward the younger female trainees.
• 13. They dubbed it “the vomit comet”.
Vocab 8A & 8B
• 8A – Finding Meaning
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1. A, B
2. C, A
3. B, C
4. D, A
5. B, C
6. A, D
7. C, B
8. A, D
9. B, C
10. D, B
• 8B – Just the Right Word
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1. Audible
2. Bantered
3. Grappling
4. Pangs
5. Adept
6. Fastidious
7. Azure
8. Deployed
9. Precedes
10. Decelerate
Vocab 8C & 8D
• 8C – Applying Meaning • 8D – Word Study
• 1. D
• 1. A, C
• 2. A
• 2. A, B
• 3. D
• 3. A, B, C
• 4. D
• 4. A, C, D
• 5. C
• 6. D
• 5. A, B, D
• 7. A
• 6. B, C, D
• 8. C
• 7. A, C
• 9. B
• 8. D
• 10. A
Vocab 9A & 9B
• 9A – Finding Meaning
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1. D, A
2. A, B
3. B, C
4. B, C
5. A, D
6. D, C
7. B, C
8. D, B
9. C, B
10. D, A
• 9B – Just the Right Word
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1. Sporadic
2. Staple
3. Diverted
4. Agile
5. Allotted
6. Unseemly
7. Balmy
8. Queried
9. Tumult
10. Influx
Vocab 9C & 9D
• 9C – Applying Meaning • 9D – Word Study
• 1. intricate
• 1. C, D
• 2. complicated
• 2. A, B, C
• 5. occasional
• 3. A, B
• 6. sporadic
• 4. A, B, D
• 7. irregular
• 5. A, B, D
• 8. fitful
• 11. copy
• 6. A, B, D
• 12. replica
• 7. A, B
• 13. absorb
• 8. B,C
• 15. assimilate
Vocab 10A & 10B
• 10A – Finding Meaning
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2. D, A
3. B, C
4. B, D
5. D, A
6. D, B
7. D, A
8. A, B
9. B, C
10. C, A
• 10B – Just the Right Word
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1. atrocious
2. muted
3. languishing
4. dialect
5. commemorated
6. flagrant
7. turmoil
8. razed
9. advocate
10. dire
Vocab 10C & 10D
• 10C – Applying Meaning • 10D – Word Study
• 1. conspire
• 1. C, D
• 2. assimilate
• 2. A, C, D
• 3. precede
• 3. B, D
• 4. apprehend
• 4. A, B, D
• 5. abject
• 5. A, B, C
• 6. interrogate
• 7. advocate
• 6. C, D
• 8. protracted
• 7. C, D
• 9. congregate
• 8. A, C, D
• 10. commemorate
Vocab 10E
• 2. With over 20 dialects spoken in Guatemala, it
would be difficult for people to understand each
other well enough to organize an opposition.
• 7. Her autobiography documents the atrocities
committed against the native peoples of
Guatemala by the govt.
• 11. They might claim that they were trying to
prevent turmoil in the city.
• 12. The passage says that the refugees
languished for years in refugee camps.
• 15. Many peasants were left homeless because
the army razed their villages.
Vocab 11A & 11B
• 11A – Finding Meaning
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2. D, A
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4. B, D
5. B, D
6. A, D
7. C, B
8. A, C
9. A, C
10. A, B
• 11B – Just the Right Word
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1. Renown
2. Augmented
3. Grotesque
4. Discerning
5. Impersonate
6. Connoisseur
7. Exemplifies
8. Embellished
9. Executed
10. Pastoral
Vocab 11C & 11D
• 11C – Applying Meaning •
• 1. A, B, C
• 2. A, B
• 3. A, B, C, D
• 4. A, B, C, D
• 5. C, D
• 6. B, C, D
• 7. A, B, C, D
• 8. A, C, D
11D – Word Study
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1. secure – precarious A
2. turmoil – tumult S
3. unseemly – appropriate A
4. humdrum – electrifying A
5. kind – benevolent S
6. simplify – embellish A
7. intricate – ornate S
8. balmy – turbulent A
9. atrocious – commendable A
10. slovenly – fastidious A
Vocab 11E
• 1. The costumed dancers are impersonating the kachina spirits.
• 3. Tourists could not reach the Hopi because the paths leading to the
hilltops were very precarious.
• 4. The heads have ornately carved masks.
• 5. The kachina dolls are painted in bright colors & are highly embellished.
• 7. The demon kachinas often are grotesque in appearance.
• 8. Selling kachinas to outsiders were opposed because they were a
hallowed part of Hopi culture.
• 9. They were a pastoral people.
• 12. The kachinas help the children discern the history, codes of behavior,
& religion of their people.
• 13. The former senator was a connoisseur of kachinas,
• 14. These kachinas were augmented by having additional pieces glued on.
• 15. The Hopi have achieved renown as excellent artists.

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