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the strength or force that allows something to grow stronger or faster as time passes
The baseball team’s long winning streak gave them momentum going into the playoffs.
turned upside down
Lizzie hung from the monkey bars from her knees in an inverted position.
a state of great confusion or unrest
The Civil War was a period of turmoil in the United States.
places where organized events take place
Lincoln Center, in New York City, is one of the world’s most famous venues for concerts and other performances.
imaginary, often relating to a legend or folktale
In 1934, a man claimed to have snapped a photo of the Loch Ness Monster, a mythical creature that supposedly lives in a lake in Scotland.
a law or rule, usually passed by a city or town government
The city created an ordinance that bans people from texting while driving.
able to speak a language easily and accurately
The students signed up for a German class at school with the hope of becoming fluent.
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