Part 1.

segregation
the act of keeping apart
cartographer
a person who makes maps
vainglorious
feeling self-importance
oust
remove from a position or office
yoke
become joined or linked together
allay
lessen the intensity of or calm

 

Part 2.

bland
lacking taste or flavor or tang
inert
unable to move or resist motion
split
separate into parts or portions
spoil
make a mess of, destroy or ruin
vague
lacking clarity or distinctness
wince
draw back, as with fear or pain

 

Part 3.

yearn
desire strongly or persistently
baffle
be a mystery or bewildering to
burden
weight to be borne or conveyed
clever
mentally quick and resourceful
expose
show; make visible or apparent
falter
the act of pausing uncertainly

 

Part 4.

fiasco
a complete failure or collapse
lancet
an acutely pointed Gothic arch
miffed
aroused to impatience or anger
minion
a servile or fawning dependent
oblige
force somebody to do something
orator
a person who delivers a speech

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2020-04-13