Part 1.

elucidate
make clear and comprehensible
excoriate
express strong disapproval of
facsimile
an exact copy or reproduction
impending
close in time; about to occur
interject
insert between other elements
inversion
the act of turning inside out

 

Part 2.

liability
something that holds you back
mendicant
a pauper who lives by begging
propagate
multiply through reproduction
prototype
a standard or typical example
reputable
held in high esteem and honor
rheumatic
of or pertaining to arthritis

 

Part 3.

semantics
the study of language meaning
sentiment
a personal belief or judgment
treachery
an act of deliberate betrayal
veracious
habitually speaking the truth
alienation
causing to become unfriendly
diaphanous
so thin as to transmit light

 

Part 4.

evanescent
tending to vanish like vapor
locomotion
the power or ability to move
loquacious
full of trivial conversation
methodical
characterized by orderliness
pedestrian
a person who travels by foot
perpetuate
cause to continue or prevail

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2020-04-13