1. FilchDefinition: To steal something, especially something small or not very
Usage: If you don't keep a close eye on that known thief he will filch everything he can from you.
2. ScrupulousDefinition: Careful about paying attention to every detail | careful to be honest and do what is right.
Usage: The banker had always been known as a scrupulous and trustworthy businessman.
3. SedulousDefinition: Marked by care and persistent effort;
Usage: A member of parliament must be sedulous in implementing the measures promised to his constituency.
4. DespicableDefinition: Very unpleasant or evil.
Usage: John's bad behavior was despicable.
5. DeploreDefinition: To strongly disapprove of something and criticize it, especially publicly.
Usage: They deplored the heavy loss of life in the earthquake.
6. EnlightenedDefinition: Having or showing an understanding of people's needs, a situation, etc. that is not based on old-fashioned attitudes and prejudice.
Usage: He should be remembered as an enlightened and humane reformer.
7. AtrocityDefinition: A cruel and violent act, especially in a war.
Usage: The evil witch performed one atrocity after another.
8. CatastropheDefinition: A sudden event that causes many people to suffer | an event that causes one person or a group of people personal suffering, or that makes difficulties.
Usage: The plane slowly landed to avoid a catastrophe.
9. CorroborateDefinition: To provide evidence or information that supports a statement,
Usage: Many students can corroborate the finding that if you have others do your lessons for you. you will learn nothing.
10. PerspicuousDefinition: Possessed of clarity of expression.
Usage: After hearing her perspicuous presentation on the rather abstract theme nobody could say that she was given to speaking little.
11. EnvisionDefinition: See in one's mind.
Usage: Architecture as a profession demands the skill of envisioning a building in its ambience even before venturing into the sketches.
12. ProsaicDefinition: Lacking wit or imagination or excitement.
Usage: The prosaic play bereft of any excitement or emotion could not hold its bored audience.
13. ExpungeDefinition: To remove or get rid of something such as a name or memory from a book or list or from your mind.
Usage: Details of his criminal activities were expunged from the file.
14. StratagemDefinition: A maneuver in a game or conversation.
Usage: The stratagem worked and the battle was won.
15. DepravityDefinition: The state of being morally bad.
Usage: People were shocked by the depravity of her actions.