Part 1.

allusion
passing reference or indirect mention
annoy
disturb, especially by minor irritations
appreciable
enough to be estimated or measured
artificial
contrived by art rather than nature
assiduous
marked by care and persistent effort
authorized
sanctioned by established authority

 

Part 2.

banging
the act of subjecting to strong attack
bare
lacking its natural or customary covering
beacon
a fire that can be seen from a distance
blank
(of a surface) not written or printed on
bond
a connection that fastens things together
bounce
spring back; spring away from an impact

 

Part 3.

cadence
the accent in a metrical foot of verse
cage
an enclosure in which animals can be kept
chamber
a natural or artificial enclosed space
chancy
subject to accident or chance or change
chicanery
the use of tricks to deceive someone
circadian
having or relating to 24-hour cycles

 

Part 4.

cling to
hold firmly, usually with one's hands
clump
a grouping of a number of similar things
commodity
any good that can be bought and sold
complicated
difficult to analyze or understand
complimentary
expressing praise and admiration
confederacy
a union of political organizations

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2020-04-17