Part 1.

dearth
an insufficient quantity or number
decrepit
worn and broken down by hard use
deice
make or become free of frost or ice
delinquency
nonpayment of a debt when due
deplete
use up, as resources or materials
deserted
forsaken by owner or inhabitants

 

Part 2.

detain
cause to be slowed down or delayed
dim
lacking in light; not bright or harsh
discount
an amount or percentage deducted
disillusionment
freeing from false belief
dispatch
the act of sending off something
divest
take away possessions from someone

 

Part 3.

drastic
forceful and extreme and rigorous
dread
fearful expectation or anticipation
dreadful
exceptionally bad or displeasing
dubious
fraught with uncertainty or doubt
emission
the act of causing to flow forth
enforce
compel to behave in a certain way

 

Part 4.

equity
conformity with rules or standards
exponentially
in a manner of rapid growth
extremely
to the greatest possible degree
fancy
not plain; decorative or ornamented
genre
a kind of literary or artistic work
glove
handwear: covers the hand and wrist

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2020-04-13