Part 1.

drastic
forceful and extreme and rigorous
dread
fearful expectation or anticipation
drumbeat
the sound made by beating a drum
dubious
fraught with uncertainty or doubt
echelon
level of authority in a hierarchy
eloquence
powerful and effective language

 

Part 2.

emancipate
free from slavery or servitude
emerald
a green transparent form of beryl
emergence
the act of coming out into view
emission
the act of causing to flow forth
encumber
hold back, impede, or weigh down
expectorate
clear out the chest and lungs

 

Part 3.

extremely
to the greatest possible degree
eyesore
something very ugly and offensive
fang
canine tooth of a carnivorous animal
fettle
a state of fitness and good health
fight
be engaged in a contest or struggle
forger
someone who makes copies illegally

 

Part 4.

forlorn
marked by or showing hopelessness
genre
a kind of literary or artistic work
grimy
thickly covered with ingrained dirt
gross
lacking fine distinctions or detail
hostility
a state of deep-seated ill-will
impale
pierce with a sharp stake or point

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2020-04-17