1. VitriolicDefinition: Full of anger and hatred.
Usage: The newspaper launched a vitriolic attack on the president.
2. FlauntDefinition: To show something you are proud of to other people, in order to
Usage: The proud bride-to-be was eager to flaunt her beautiful diamond
to all her friends.
3. VerisimilarDefinition: The appearance of being true or real.
Usage: She recounted a verisimilar tale and had the audience actually picturing the whole drama in their minds.
4. DebatableDefinition: Not certain because people can have different ideas and opinions about the thing being discussed.
Usage: Without sufficient research and testing the results of the experiment are highly debatable.
5. PrudenceDefinition: A close attentiveness to avoiding danger | suitability for bringing about a desired result under the circumstances | the ability to make intelligent decisions especially in everyday matters.
Usage: A prudent investor does not seek unrealistic returns or overnight fortunes.
6. FinickyDefinition: Too worried about what you eat, wear, etc.
Usage: Many children are finicky about their food so they don't eat enough vegetables.
7. RampantDefinition: Existing or spreading everywhere in a way that cannot be controlled.
Usage: Unemployment is now rampant in most of the countries.
8. DidacticDefinition: Teaching or intending to teach a moral lesson.
Usage: The story is not written in a didactic style.
9. GaudyDefinition: Too brightly colored in a way that lacks taste.
Usage: She was dressed in gaudy garments.
10. BlaséDefinition: Unimpressed with or indifferent to something because one has
experienced or seen it so often before.
Usage: After weeks of holidaying with nothing to do but enjoy the sun and sand she admitted that she was totally blasé and had no more taste for it.
11. AmiableDefinition: Pleasant
Usage: Marcie did her chores amiably.
12. CaterDefinition: To provide food and drinks for a social event.
Usage: The restaurant will cater parties for the president of the company.
13. PetulantDefinition: Unreasonably irritable
Usage: Soon his wife's charm gave way to her petulant behaviour permanently complaining about petty things.
14. AccoladesDefinition: Praise or an award for an achievement that people admire.
Usage: The celebrity received numerous accolades from his home town.
15. InaneDefinition: Very silly or stupid.
Usage: The teacher asked the student to stop interrupting her with inane comments.