Part 1.

attention
the act of concentrating on something
authoritative
of recognized power or excellence
Beethoven
German composer of instrumental music
begrudge
be envious of or feel annoyance toward
beyond
farther along in space or time or degree
biased
favoring one person or side over another

 

Part 2.

bifurcated
divided into or made up of two parts
biological
pertaining to life and living things
bisque
a thick, creamy soup made from shellfish
bog
wet spongy ground of decomposing vegetation
bother
disturb, especially by minor irritations
bower
a framework that supports climbing plants

 

Part 3.

cackle
emit a loud, unpleasant kind of laughing
capitalize
write in large alphabetic characters
careful
exercising caution or showing attention
chlorofluorocarbon
a fluorocarbon with chlorine
coffer
a chest especially for storing valuables
common
having no special distinction or quality

 

Part 4.

consonant
involving or characterized by harmony
construct
make by combining materials and parts
coordinate
of equal importance, rank, or degree
critique
appraise or judge in an analytical way
customer
someone who pays for goods or services
damage
the occurrence of a change for the worse

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2020-04-17