Part 1.

ingrained
deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held
iniquity
absence of moral or spiritual values
insufferable
extremely unpleasant or annoying
intrepid
invulnerable to fear or intimidation
irremediable
impossible to correct or redress
jettison
throw away, of something encumbering

 

Part 2.

jocular
characterized by jokes and good humor
knit
make by needlework with interlacing yarn
loathe
dislike intensely; feel disgust toward
lush
produced or growing in extreme abundance
magnanimity
nobility and generosity of spirit
magnum opus
a great work of art or literature

 

Part 3.

maunder
speak in a rambling or incoherent way
ministration
assistance in time of difficulty
monologue
a dramatic speech by a single actor
naivete
lack of sophistication or worldliness
neophyte
any new participant in some activity
adjoin
lie next to another or share a boundary

 

Part 4.

alias
a name that has been assumed temporarily
allusion
passing reference or indirect mention
appreciable
enough to be estimated or measured
assiduous
marked by care and persistent effort
bastardization
an act that debases or corrupts
bate
moderate or restrain; lessen the force of

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2020-04-17