Part 1.

harsh
disagreeable to the senses
valor
courage when facing danger
venal
capable of being corrupted
abound
exist in large quantities
appeal
earnest or urgent request
breach
make an opening or gap in

 

Part 2.

cliche
a trite or obvious remark
docile
easily handled or managed
influx
the process of flowing in
lament
a cry of sorrow and grief
myriad
a large indefinite number
occupy
live in (a certain place)

 

Part 3.

offset
a compensating equivalent
quirky
strikingly unconventional
relish
spicy or savory condiment
concoct
make something by mixing
furtive
secret and sly or sordid
germane
relevant and appropriate

 

Part 4.

nurture
provide with nourishment
orotund
full and rich, of sounds
ovation
enthusiastic recognition
prudent
marked by sound judgment
revelry
unrestrained merrymaking
dominant
most frequent or common

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2020-04-13