Part 1.

dissuade
turn away from by persuasion
drivel
saliva spilling from the mouth
electoral
of or relating to elections
enjoy
derive or receive pleasure from
epitome
a standard or typical example
exigent
demanding immediate attention

 

Part 2.

expedite
process fast and efficiently
explain
make plain and comprehensible
fiasco
a complete failure or collapse
figment
a contrived or fantastic idea
firm
not soft or yielding to pressure
fractious
easily irritated or annoyed

 

Part 3.

gale
a strong wind moving 45-90 knots
guileless
innocent and free of deceit
hardy
having rugged physical strength
hefty
of considerable weight and size
hortative
giving strong encouragement
illustrious
widely known and esteemed

 

Part 4.

implant
fix or set securely or deeply
absence
the state of being not present
affirmatory
affirming or giving assent
afoul
especially of a ship's lines etc
aftermath
the consequences of an event
agree
consent or assent to a condition

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2020-04-17