Part 1.

stagnation
a state of inactivity
desecration
blasphemous behavior
incessantly
without interruption
indomitable
impossible to subdue
inquisitive
given to questioning
precipitate
bring about abruptly

 

Part 2.

subsistence
a means of surviving
communicable
readily transmitted
multifaceted
having many aspects
multifarious
having many aspects
infinitesimal
immeasurably small
recrimination
mutual accusations

 

Part 3.

dour
showing a brooding ill humor
hail
precipitation of ice pellets
moor
come into or dock at a wharf
wily
marked by skill in deception
crony
a close friend or associate
gaily
in a joyous or happy manner

 

Part 4.

imply
express or state indirectly
lynch
kill without legal sanction
mount
go up, advance, or increase
pithy
concise and full of meaning
quirk
a strange attitude or habit
scold
censure severely or angrily

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2020-04-13