Usage:Politicians keep obfuscating the issues.
Usage : The school endeavors to teach students to be good citizens
3. InterdictDefinition : To forbid or debar, especially authoritatively.
Usage: The National Trust has placed an interdict on jet-skis.
Definition: an extremely large number of something
Usage: Designs are available in a myriad of colors
Definition: the crime of getting money from someone by the use of force or threats
Usage: The kidnappers tried to extort money from the victim's family
Definition: Thinking only of oneself, without regard for the feelings or desires of others; self-centered
Usage: The prevalence of mass marketing and consumerism has led to a selfish egocentric culture where one's own apparent needs and desires come first at the exclusion of the needs of others.
Definition :very small in size or amount
Usage: Food was in scant supply.
Definition: 1) to cut off some of the branches from a tree, bush, etc. so that it will grow better and stronger
2) to make something smaller by removing parts; to cut out parts of something
Usage: Economic hard times are forcing the company to prune their budget.
Definition: more than you normally need; extra
Usage: The council has supernumerary members so that there will be the required number for voting will be present even when some members are absent.
Definition: a feeling of anger and surprise caused by something that you think is unfair or unreasonable
Usage: The decision to close the factory has aroused the indignation of the townspeople.
11. ExhilarateDefinition: to make someone feel very happy and excited
Usage: The beautiful weather will exhilarate the weary climbers.
Definition: 1. A phrase or form of words written in memory of a person who has died, especially as an inscription on a tombstone.~n2. Something by which a person, time, or event will be remembered.
Usage: He wanted her epitaph to include the word angel.
Definition: to give someone information that is supposed to be secret
Usage: The students were not willing to divulge the truth to the teachers.
Definition: an official order or statement given by someone in authority
Usage : The king's edict declared that all citizens would be charged higher taxes.
Definition:1) to escape from someone or something or avoid meeting someone~n
2) Avoid dealing with or accepting (something unpleasant or morally or legally required)~n
3) to avoid dealing with or talking about something
Usage: He managed to evade the police for six months.