Part 1.

conflagrate
start to burn or burst into flames
conjunction
the state of being joined together
consonance
the property of sounding harmonious
contentious
showing an inclination to disagree
convinced
having a strong belief or conviction
correlate
bear a reciprocal or mutual relation

 

Part 2.

cougar
large American feline resembling a lion
court
an assembly to conduct judicial business
crust
a hard outer layer that covers something
cult
a system of religious beliefs and rituals
dairy
a farm where dairy products are produced
declare
state emphatically and authoritatively

 

Part 3.

defame
charge falsely or with malicious intent
definite
precise; explicit and clearly defined
dehydration
the process of extracting moisture
delay
time during which some action is awaited
delineated
represented accurately or precisely
deposit
the act of putting something somewhere

 

Part 4.

desiccate
lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless
desiccation
the process of extracting moisture
desirable
worth having or seeking or achieving
destitute
poor enough to need help from others
digest
convert food into absorbable substances
disband
cause to break up or cease to function

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2020-04-17