Part 1.

accolade
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction
accord
concurrence of opinion
acme
the highest level or degree attainable
acquiesce
agree or express agreement
acrimony
a rough and bitter manner
actuate
give an incentive for doing something

 

Part 2.

adage
a condensed but memorable saying embodying an important fact
adjure
command solemnly
admonish
scold or reprimand; take to task
adulation
exaggerated flattery or praise
adulterate
make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance
adventitious
associated by chance and not an integral part

 

Part 3.

adverse
contrary to your interests or welfare
advert
make reference to
advocate
a person who pleads for a person, cause, or idea
affable
diffusing warmth and friendliness
affect
have an influence upon
afflict
cause physical pain or suffering in

 

Part 4.

aggrieve
infringe on the rights of
aide
someone who acts as an assistant
alacrity
liveliness and eagerness
alcove
a small recess opening off a larger room
allay
lessen the intensity of or calm
allege
report or maintain

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2020-04-17