Part 1.

asylum
a shelter from danger or hardship
frenzy
state of violent mental agitation
genial
diffusing warmth and friendliness
lethal
of an instrument of certain death
marred
blemished by injury or rough wear
martyr
one who voluntarily suffers death

 

Part 2.

repent
feel sorry for; be contrite about
revile
spread negative information about
somber
grave or even gloomy in character
subdue
put down by force or intimidation
temper
a characteristic state of feeling
vilify
spread negative information about

 

Part 3.

anguish
extreme distress of body or mind
calumny
a false accusation of an offense
chagrin
strong feelings of embarrassment
dwindle
become smaller or lose substance
fervent
characterized by intense emotion
implore
beg or call upon in supplication

 

Part 4.

outrage
strike with disgust or revulsion
panache
distinctive and stylish elegance
probity
complete and confirmed integrity
voluble
marked by a ready flow of speech
autocrat
a cruel and oppressive dictator
churlish
having a bad disposition; surly

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2020-04-13