Part 1.

placid
calm and free from disturbance
resent
feel bitter or indignant about
stance
a rationalized mental attitude
welter
a confused multitude of things
abysmal
so deep as to be immeasurable
askance
with suspicion or disapproval

 

Part 2.

beguile
attract; cause to be enamored
clarify
make clear and comprehensible
condemn
express strong disapproval of
epitome
a standard or typical example
exigent
demanding immediate attention
explain
make plain and comprehensible

 

Part 3.

frankly
it is sincerely the case that
neutral
having no personal preference
treason
an act of deliberate betrayal
anecdote
short account of an incident
aversion
a feeling of intense dislike
convulse
move or stir about violently

 

Part 4.

dissuade
turn away from by persuasion
distaste
a feeling of intense dislike
expedite
process fast and efficiently
hindmost
located farthest to the rear
modified
changed in form or character
slipshod
marked by great carelessness

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2020-04-13