Part 1.

embed
fix or set securely or deeply
enervate
weaken mentally or morally
entree
the principal dish of a meal
euphoria
a feeling of great elation
ex post facto
affecting things past
expectation
belief about the future

 

Part 2.

explore
travel to or penetrate into
extension
act of expanding in scope
fare
proceed, get along, or succeed
fiery
like or suggestive of a flame
figuratively
in a non-literal sense
flabbergast
overcome with amazement

 

Part 3.

flaccid
drooping without elasticity
flounder
walk with great difficulty
forswear
formally reject or disavow
fourth
following the third position
France
a republic in western Europe
freedom
the condition of being free

 

Part 4.

freshman
a first-year undergraduate
frontal
belonging to the front part
frown upon
look disapprovingly upon
function
what something is used for
galaxy
a collection of star systems
given
acknowledged as a supposition

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2020-04-17