Part 1.

imposition
the act of enforcing something
abandoned
forsaken by owner or inhabitants
abeyance
temporary cessation or suspension
acceleration
an increase in rate of change
acceptance
the state of being satisfactory
active
characterized by energetic movement

 

Part 2.

aerodynamic
of or relating to aerodynamics
alpha
the 1st letter of the Greek alphabet
amity
a state of friendship and cordiality
amorous
inclined toward or displaying love
anaerobic
not using or dependent on oxygen
apathy
an absence of emotion or enthusiasm

 

Part 3.

apiece
to or from every one of two or more
apprehend
anticipate with dread or anxiety
archetype
something that serves as a model
attribution
assigning to a cause or source
banausic
(formal) ordinary and not refined
beaming
radiating or as if radiating light

 

Part 4.

behest
an authoritative command or request
besiege
surround so as to force to give up
bifurcation
a separation into two branches
blithe
carefree and happy and lighthearted
brilliant
full of light; shining intensely
bucolic
devoted to raising sheep or cattle

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2020-04-17