Part 1.

assent
agree or express agreement
endure
undergo or be subjected to
indict
accuse formally of a crime
nimble
moving quickly and lightly
quaint
attractively old-fashioned
stroke
a single complete movement

 

Part 2.

suffer
undergo or be subjected to
throes
violent pangs of suffering
dictate
rule unconstrained by law
neglect
leave undone or leave out
nursery
a child's room for a baby
passive
lacking in energy or will

 

Part 3.

recluse
one who lives in solitude
resolve
find a solution or answer
ruffian
a cruel and brutal fellow
upbraid
express criticism towards
alacrity
liveliness and eagerness
diatribe
thunderous verbal attack

 

Part 4.

disagree
be of different opinions
engaging
attracting or delighting
exemplar
something to be imitated
listless
lacking zest or vivacity
plebeian
one of the common people
tenacity
persistent determination

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2020-04-13