Part 1.

stupendous
so great in size, force, or extent as to elicit awe
suavity
the quality of being charming and gracious in manner
subaltern
inferior in rank or status
subjugate
make subservient; force to submit or subdue
sublimate
direct energy or urges into useful activities
sublime
of high moral or intellectual value

 

Part 2.

subside
wear off or die down
succor
assistance in time of difficulty
suffrage
a legal right to vote
sully
make dirty or spotty
sultry
characterized by oppressive heat and humidity
superannuated
too old to be useful

 

Part 3.

supercilious
having or showing arrogant disdain or haughtiness
suppliant
humbly entreating
surly
unfriendly and inclined toward anger or irritation
surreptitious
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
suspended
supported or kept from sinking or falling by buoyancy
swerve
an erratic turn from an intended course

 

Part 4.

sybarite
a person addicted to luxury and pleasures of the senses
sycophant
a person who tries to please someone to gain an advantage
syllogism
reasoning in which a conclusion is derived from two premises
symmetry
balance among the parts of something
tarry
leave slowly and hesitantly
tawdry
tastelessly showy

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2020-04-17