Part 1.

gratuitously
in an uncalled-for manner
presentiment
a feeling of evil to come
unrestrained
not subject to limitation
knowledgeable
alert and fully informed
unimpeachable
beyond doubt or reproach
cite
refer to for illustration or proof

 

Part 2.

emit
give off, send forth, or discharge
null
lacking any legal or binding force
wean
gradually deprive of mother's milk
booty
goods or money obtained illegally
erode
become ground down or deteriorate
exult
feel extreme happiness or elation

 

Part 3.

flout
treat with contemptuous disregard
libel
a false and malicious publication
noble
having high or elevated character
quash
put down by force or intimidation
acumen
shrewdness shown by keen insight
appall
strike with disgust or revulsion

 

Part 4.

ardent
characterized by intense emotion
bleary
tired to the point of exhaustion
bungle
make a mess of, destroy, or ruin
denude
make bare or strip of a covering
fervid
characterized by intense emotion
fetter
a shackle for the ankles or feet

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2020-04-13