words a 7th grader should know.

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avert

to turn away or aside

invert

to turn inside out or upside down

diversify to give variety to; vary

to give variety to; vary

irreversible

Incapable of being reversed

diversion

something that relaxes or entertains

revert

to return to a former condition or belief

inadvertent

accidental; unintentional

versatile

capable of doing many things competently

incontrovertible

necessarily or demonstrably true

vertigo

the sensation of diziness

flagrant

extremely or deliberately noticeable

flaunt

to show off in order to impress others

furtive

done quickly and with stealth; sly

latent

capable of coming into existence but not active

ostensible

seeming; professed

salient

standing out and attracting attention

sequester

to remove or withdraw from public view

subterfuge

deception by means of a strategy

surreptitious

done or acting in secret

unobtrusive

not readily noticeable

didactic

intended to teach or instruct

edify

to instruct in order to improve

elucidate

to make clear or plain

erudite

possessing deep and extensive learning

explicit

expressed clearly and precisely

imbue

to pervade or permeate as if with a dye

indoctrinate

to teach a group's beliefs to

instill

to introduce gradually

pedagogy

he art or profession of teaching

pedantic

marked by a concern for minute details

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