Part 1.

rancorous
showing deep-seated resentment
recipient
a person who is sent something
rejection
the state of being turned down
requisite
necessary for relief or supply
sensitive
responsive to physical stimuli
antagonist
someone who offers opposition

 

Part 2.

chronicler
someone who writes chronicles
gargantuan
of great mass; huge and bulky
hinterland
a remote and undeveloped area
imperative
requiring attention or action
indigenous
originating where it is found
invariably
without change, in every case

 

Part 3.

litigation
a legal proceeding in a court
rejuvenate
make younger or more youthful
repentance
remorse for your past conduct
status quo
the existing state of affairs
disseminate
cause to become widely known
foreseeable
capable of being anticipated

 

Part 4.

humiliation
depriving one of self-esteem
indifferent
marked by a lack of interest
indignation
a feeling of righteous anger
insecticide
a chemical used to kill bugs
magnanimous
noble and generous in spirit
peripatetic
traveling especially on foot

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2020-04-13