Part 1.

complaint
an expression of grievance or resentment
compulsion
using force to cause something to occur
concerto
a composition for orchestra and a soloist
conciliatory
making or willing to make concessions
concurrent
occurring or operating at the same time
conflict
an open clash between two opposing groups

 

Part 2.

conjure
summon into action or bring into existence
contradictory
not able to be true at the same time
conversely
with the terms of the relation reversed
coppersmith
someone who makes articles from copper
correspondence
an attribute of a shape or relation
crease
an angular or rounded shape made by folding

 

Part 3.

credulous
showing a lack of judgment or experience
crop
a cultivated plant that is grown commercially
cultured
marked by refinement in taste and manners
dandle
gently or playfully move a baby up and down
decoy
something used to lure fish or other animals
delicious
extremely pleasing to the sense of taste

 

Part 4.

democrat
an advocate of rule by and for the people
deploy
place troops or weapons in battle formation
derelict
a person without a home, job, or property
detective
a police officer who investigates crimes
detergent
a cleansing agent that differs from soap
diplomatic
relating to negotiation between nations

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2020-04-17