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Grade 6 WVI Vocabulary: Chapter 2

Teddy Roosevelt, Millie, and the Elegant Ride
WVI Level-2 Words  (Grades 3-6) Grade 6
to be curious or skeptical about something.
one's life or existence in the time to come, or those things which will ultimately occur.
to divide, disconnect, or dissociate.
to manufacture.
to make ready.
to scatter or distribute.
a disorderly mass or pile.
to bring into being.
having a feeling of well-being or bodily ease.
cloth made by weaving, knitting, or felting fibers.
part(s) sectioned off from the larger whole.
the desire to learn or know.
to enter or thrust oneself in when not invited or welcomed.
a small piece of jewelry or other decorative object, usu. inexpensive.
to keep away from or keep from happening, esp. by active effort.
elaborate, luxurious, or highly decorated.
to rise up from or come out of a surrounding environment or substance.
to make the sharp, broken cry of a hen.
clearly perceivable or understandable; distinctly evident.
(informal) very great.
at any time.
to enclose in a rim or border.
to tell the meaning or significance of.
the flow of electricity in a conductor.
to move about with no purpose, aim, or plan, or at no definite pace; roam.
the act or process of building or constructing.
to create mental images of (something not known, not real, or not yet real.)
to hear through another source; gather.
to scuff or drag (one's feet) across the ground or floor while walking.
to shake or quiver involuntarily.
to move rapidly and energetically.
to connect or attach with or as if with a rope or straps, especially loosely or temporarily.
things offered for sale.
the location or proposed location of a town, city, building, or the like.
having undergone a gradual process of change and development.
to hang loosely, especially with a swinging motion.
an open grassland, growing wild or used for pasture or to grow hay.
a basis for explaining or justifying a belief, action, opinion, or event.
to feed on growing grass and herbage, as cattle or horses.