Part 1.

anguish
extreme distress of body or mind
aspect
a characteristic to be considered
assume
take to be the case or to be true
atone
turn away from sin or do penitence
autocrat
a cruel and oppressive dictator
aviator
someone who operates an aircraft

 

Part 2.

bilingual
using or knowing two languages
blatantly
in a completely obvious manner
bounty
the property of copious abundance
break down
stop operating or functioning
brow
the part of the face above the eyes
buckle down
work very hard, like a slave

 

Part 3.

caliber
diameter of a tube or gun barrel
calumny
a false accusation of an offense
cash
money in the form of bills or coins
chagrin
strong feelings of embarrassment
chains
metal shackles; for hands or legs
clipping
the act of clipping or snipping

 

Part 4.

clumsy
showing lack of skill or aptitude
coexistence
existing peacefully together
computation
the procedure of calculating
conflate
mix together different elements
conical
relating to or resembling a cone
conscription
compulsory military service

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2020-04-17