Part 1.

deplorable
of very poor quality or condition
despise
look down on with disdain or disgust
direction
a line leading to a place or point
disorientate
cause to be lost or disoriented
disrupt
interfere in someone else's activity
doubt
the state of being unsure of something

 

Part 2.

eatery
a place where people go to hav a meal
employer
a person or firm that hires workers
enjoyable
affording satisfaction or pleasure
era
a period marked by distinctive character
exploit
use or manipulate to one's advantage
eyesight
normal use of the faculty of vision

 

Part 3.

familiarise
make familiar or conversant with
fancy
have a particular liking or desire for
fast track
a rapid means of achieving a goal
fickle
liable to sudden unpredictable change
fit
meeting adequate standards for a purpose
flaw
an imperfection in an object or machine

 

Part 4.

folly
the trait of acting stupidly or rashly
footbridge
a bridge designed for pedestrians
friendship
the state of being a helpful ally
gloss
the property of being smooth and shiny
greatly
to an extraordinary extent or degree
harken
listen; used mostly in the imperative

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2020-04-13