Part 1.

perpetrate
perform an act, usually with a negative connotation
perpetual
continuing forever or indefinitely
persist
continue to exist
perspicuous
transparently clear; easily understandable
pert
characterized by a lightly saucy or impudent quality
pertinacious
stubbornly unyielding

 

Part 2.

pervade
spread or diffuse through
petulant
easily irritated or annoyed
philology
the humanistic study of language and literature
philosophical
relating to the investigation of existence and knowledge
phlegmatic
showing little emotion
pilfer
make off with belongings of others

 

Part 3.

pillage
steal goods; take as spoils
pinion
bind the arms of
pious
having or showing or expressing reverence for a deity
pique
a sudden outburst of anger
pithy
concise and full of meaning
placate
cause to be more favorably inclined

 

Part 4.

platitude
a trite or obvious remark
plead
enter a defendant's answer
plenitude
a full supply
plumb
examine thoroughly and in great depth
plus
the arithmetic operation of summing
podium
a platform raised above the surrounding level

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2020-04-17