Part 1.

feminist
a supporter of equal rights for women
ferocious
marked by extreme and violent energy
forgo
do without or cease to hold or adhere to
format
the general appearance of a publication
fugitive
someone who is sought by law officers
generic
applicable to an entire class or group

 

Part 2.

geologic
of or relating to or based on geology
gradation
relative position in a ranked series
haughty
having or showing arrogant superiority
haunt
follow stealthily or pursue like a ghost
huddle
a disorganized and densely packed crowd
illustrate
depict with a visual representation

 

Part 3.

importance
the quality of being worthy of note
improvement
the act of making something better
acquit
pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
adiposity
having the property of containing fat
adrift
afloat on the surface of a body of water
allegation
a formal accusation against somebody

 

Part 4.

alleviate
provide physical relief, as from pain
alliterate
use alliteration as a form of poetry
another
any of various alternatives; some other
apartheid
a social policy of racial segregation
aquatic
operating or living or growing in water
arcane
requiring secret or mysterious knowledge

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