Part 1.

gerund
a noun formed from a verb
gibberish
unintelligible talking
gloat
dwell on with satisfaction
harsh
disagreeable to the senses
hem
the edge of a piece of cloth
hereby
(formal) by means of this

 

Part 2.

heritage
that which is inherited
hold
have in one's hands or grip
abroad
to or in a foreign country
abuse
cruel or inhumane treatment
accompany
go or travel along with
accumulate
get or gather together

 

Part 3.

acidulous
being sour to the taste
adequately
in a sufficient manner
alacrity
liveliness and eagerness
anodyne
capable of relieving pain
antitrust
of laws and regulations
astride
with one leg on each side

 

Part 4.

bidder
someone who makes an offer
bigotry
intolerance and prejudice
blob
an indistinct shapeless form
bonding
fastening firmly together
bottom
the lower side of anything
brass
an alloy of copper and zinc

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2020-04-17