Part 1.

acerbic
harsh or corrosive in tone
acquittal
a judgment of not guilty
acrimony
a rough and bitter manner
ad-lib
perform without preparation
after all
in spite of expectations
age
how long something has existed

 

Part 2.

agrarian
relating to rural matters
ancillary
furnishing added support
aspirant
an ambitious young person
asset
a useful or valuable quality
auxiliary
furnishing added support
awry
turned or twisted to one side

 

Part 3.

bar
a rigid piece of metal or wood
base
lowest support of a structure
behind
in or to or toward the rear
beneficent
doing or producing good
berate
censure severely or angrily
bipartisan
supported by both sides

 

Part 4.

bracing
refreshing or invigorating
breed
cause to procreate (animals)
brokerage
the business of a broker
bulky
of large size for its weight
carcass
the dead body of an animal
carpal
of or relating to the wrist

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2020-04-17