Part 1.

dishearten
take away the enthusiasm of
ebullience
eager enjoyment or approval
gratuitous
unnecessary and unwarranted
insensible
barely able to be perceived
monumental
of outstanding significance
proprietor
someone who owns a business

 

Part 2.

recidivism
habitual relapse into crime
remunerate
make payment to; compensate
solicitous
full of anxiety and concern
troglodyte
someone who lives in a cave
voluminous
large in number or quantity
ambivalence
mixed feelings or emotions

 

Part 3.

cacophonous
having an unpleasant sound
conspicuous
obvious to the eye or mind
impertinent
improperly forward or bold
implication
something that is inferred
inclination
the act of bending forward
incongruity
the quality of disagreeing

 

Part 4.

misconstrue
interpret in the wrong way
odoriferous
having a natural fragrance
opinionated
obstinate in your opinions
tranquility
a state of peace and quiet
unobtrusive
not undesirably noticeable
acoustically
with respect to acoustics

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2020-04-13