Part 1.

disclose
expose to view as by removing a cover
disclosure
the act of making something evident
discontinuity
lack of connection or continuity
disintegration
separation into component parts
disunite
part; cease or break association with
dramatic
characteristic of a stage performance

 

Part 2.

driven
compelled forcibly by an outside agency
embedded
enclosed firmly in a surrounding mass
emerge
come out into view, as from concealment
empower
give or delegate power or authority to
entrancing
capturing interest as if by a spell
epoch
a period marked by distinctive character

 

Part 3.

everlasting
continuing forever or indefinitely
exploitative
tending to exploit or make use of
faint
lacking clarity, brightness, or loudness
feminist
a supporter of equal rights for women
ferocious
marked by extreme and violent energy
fluctuating
having unpredictable ups and downs

 

Part 4.

forgo
do without or cease to hold or adhere to
format
the general appearance of a publication
fugitive
someone who is sought by law officers
generic
applicable to an entire class or group
hardened
converted to solid form (as concrete)
harmonic
involving or characterized by harmony

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2020-04-17