Part 1.

osseous
composed of or containing bone
pensive
deeply or seriously thoughtful
perplex
be a mystery or bewildering to
redress
make reparations or amends for
subdued
restrained in style or quality
succumb
give in or consent reluctantly

 

Part 2.

surmise
infer from incomplete evidence
tenuous
very thin in gauge or diameter
amenable
disposed or willing to comply
aromatic
having a strong pleasant odor
barbaric
without civilizing influences
befuddle
be confusing or perplexing to

 

Part 3.

cajolery
flattery intended to persuade
commence
set in motion, cause to start
confound
mistake one thing for another
emphatic
spoken with particular stress
fidelity
the quality of being faithful
hermetic
completely sealed or airtight

 

Part 4.

imminent
close in time; about to occur
jubilant
full of high-spirited delight
opponent
someone who offers resistance
oxymoron
conjoined contradictory terms
paradigm
a standard or typical example
pristine
immaculately clean and unused

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