Part 1.

devoted
zealous in allegiance or affection
disingenuous
not straightforward or candid
dismember
separate the limbs from the body
dispose
give, sell, or transfer to another
dissemble
behave unnaturally or affectedly
dummy
a figure representing the human form

 

Part 2.

dwelling
housing that someone is living in
dyslexia
impaired ability to learn to read
effluvium
a foul-smelling outflow or vapor
equanimity
steadiness of mind under stress
establishment
the act of forming something
eternal life
life without beginning or end

 

Part 3.

euphony
any pleasing and harmonious sounds
evidence
knowledge on which to base belief
fiat
a legally binding command or decision
fleeting
lasting for a markedly brief time
flush
rinse, clean, or empty with a liquid
forage
collect or look around for, as food

 

Part 4.

germinate
sprout; produce buds or branches
gird
bind with something round or circular
grounds
your basis for belief or disbelief
growing
relating to or suitable for growth
guffaw
a burst of loud and hearty laughter
hark
listen; used mostly in the imperative

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2020-04-17