Part 1.

necessitate
require as useful, just, or proper
negation
the speech act of denying or refusing
acquit
pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
alcove
a small recess opening off a larger room
allegation
a formal accusation against somebody
alleviate
provide physical relief, as from pain

 

Part 2.

ambiguous
having more than one possible meaning
androgyny
showing characteristics of both sexes
apartheid
a social policy of racial segregation
appose
place side by side or in close proximity
arcane
requiring secret or mysterious knowledge
asperse
charge falsely or with malicious intent

 

Part 3.

assail
attack someone physically or emotionally
atheist
someone who denies the existence of god
authoritative
of recognized power or excellence
begrudge
be envious of or feel annoyance toward
biased
favoring one person or side over another
bifurcated
divided into or made up of two parts

 

Part 4.

bistro
a small informal restaurant; serves wine
bower
a framework that supports climbing plants
brawn
the trait of possessing muscular strength
careful
exercising caution or showing attention
carousing
used of riotously drunken merrymaking
chutzpah
unbelievable gall; insolence; audacity

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2020-04-17