Part 1.

downplay
understate the importance or quality of
eclat
brilliant or conspicuous success or effect
eerie
suggestive of the supernatural; mysterious
emphasis
intensity or forcefulness of expression
enrage
make someone extremely or violently angry
escalade
an act of scaling by the use of ladders

 

Part 2.

ethicist
a philosopher who specializes in ethics
feeling
a physical sensation that you experience
fiction
a literary work based on the imagination
fraternity
a social club for male undergraduates
frequent
coming at short intervals or habitually
geological
of or relating to or based on geology

 

Part 3.

grove
a small growth of trees without underbrush
half
one of two equal parts of a divisible whole
imperious
having or showing arrogant superiority
implicit
suggested though not directly expressed
impressive
making a strong or vivid mental image
aberrant
markedly different from an accepted norm

 

Part 4.

abortive
failing to accomplish an intended result
achievement
the action of accomplishing something
admit
declare to be true or accept the reality of
anti
not in favor of (an action or proposal etc.)
anticipate
regard something as probable or likely
arrogate
seize and take control without authority

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2020-04-17