Part 1.

fluster
cause to be nervous or upset
fraught
filled with or attended with
graphic
written or drawn or engraved
idyllic
charmingly simple and serene
inhibit
limit the range or extent of
languid
lacking spirit or liveliness

 

Part 2.

lissome
moving and bending with ease
moniker
a familiar name for a person
opulent
rich and superior in quality
respite
a pause from doing something
service
an act of help or assistance
stamina
enduring strength and energy

 

Part 3.

viscera
internal organs collectively
warrant
formal and explicit approval
absolute
perfect or complete or pure
biennial
occurring every second year
cerebral
of or relating to the brain
conserve
use cautiously and frugally

 

Part 4.

endeavor
attempt by employing effort
gumption
fortitude and determination
insolent
marked by casual disrespect
lambaste
censure severely or angrily
minimize
make small or insignificant
petulant
easily irritated or annoyed

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2020-04-13