1. VociferousDefinition: Expressing your opinions or feelings in a loud and confident way
Usage: The council's decision was met by vociferous complaints from the assembled residents.
2. AggravateDefinition: To make an illness or a bad or unpleasant situation worse | to annoy someone, especially deliberately |
Usage: Her constant interruptions were very aggravating.
3. AmicableDefinition: Done or achieved in a polite or friendly way and without arguing
Usage: The two towns came to an amicable agreement over water rights.
4. LacklusterDefinition: Not interesting or exciting.
Usage: The actor gave a lackluster performance in his latest film.
5. CredulousDefinition: Too ready to believe things and therefore easy to trick.
Usage: Credulous consumers will often buy products of little or no real value.
6. IntelligibleDefinition: That can be easily understood
Usage: She gave an intelligible answer to a difficult question.
7. AmenableDefinition: Easy to control
Usage: Some of the old computer hardware is not amenable to alteration and must be replaced entirely.
8. HostileDefinition: Very unfriendly or aggressive and ready to argue or fight.
Usage: The warriors showed hostility to the neighboring tribe.
9. CommemorativeDefinition: Intended to help people remember and respect an important person or event in the past
Usage: A commemorative stamp was released on Martyr's Day to recall the sacrifice made by our freedom fighters.
10. ExculpateDefinition: Clear from blame or guilt
Usage: An alibi given by a respected senior helped to exculpate the officer who was suspected of a theft.
11. EgregiousDefinition: Extremely bad.
Usage: The senator's misuse of money was an egregious violation of public trust.
12. CommendationDefinition: Praise
Usage: Stan received a commendation for bravery.
13. AmpleDefinition: Enough or more than enough.
Usage: The little kid had ample food on his plate.
14. ForgeryDefinition: The crime of falsely making or copying a document in order to deceive people.
Usage: He was found guilty of forgery.
15. InclementDefinition: Not pleasant
Usage: Thousands braved the inclement weather last week.