Part 1.

exogenous
derived or originating externally
exploitation
an act that victimizes someone
fantasy
imagination unrestricted by reality
fawning
attempting to win favor by flattery
fleck
a small contrasting part of something
formulate
prepare according to instructions

 

Part 2.

fortuitous
lucky; occurring by happy chance
hay
grass mowed and cured for use as fodder
herb
a plant lacking a permanent woody stem
highlight
an area of lightness in a picture
hostile
characterized by enmity or ill will
humming
the act of singing with closed lips

 

Part 3.

aboriginal
having existed from the beginning
accentuate
stress or single out as important
accommodating
obliging; willing to do favors
account for
be the reason or explanation for
accrete
grow together (of plants and organs)
accustomed
commonly used or practiced; usual

 

Part 4.

affirm
declare solemnly and formally as true
agitate
move or cause to move back and forth
airborne
moved or conveyed by or through air
alienate
arouse hostility or indifference in
altercate
have a disagreement over something
ambidextrous
equally skillful with each hand

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2020-04-17