Part 1.

redolent
having a strong pleasant odor
scarcity
a small and inadequate amount
sinister
wicked, evil, or dishonorable
wondrous
extraordinarily good or great
affection
a positive feeling of liking
antipathy
a feeling of intense dislike

 

Part 2.

castigate
inflict severe punishment on
emotional
of or pertaining to feelings
erudition
profound scholarly knowledge
garrulous
full of trivial conversation
inception
an event that is a beginning
nostalgia
a longing for something past

 

Part 3.

prescribe
issue commands or orders for
propagate
cause to become widely known
reiterate
say, state, or perform again
retention
the act of keeping something
sumptuous
rich and superior in quality
transpire
come about, happen, or occur

 

Part 4.

unbridled
not restrained or controlled
vacillate
be undecided about something
anticipate
be excited or anxious about
convoluted
highly complex or intricate
detachment
lack of emotion or interest
discordant
not in agreement or harmony

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2020-04-13