1. BacchanalianDefinition: Used of riotously drunken merrymaking.
Usage: The police took some effort to remove the bacchanalian crowd who were disturbing the party and ensure that peace was restored.
2. BlasphemyDefinition: Behavior or language that insults or shows a lack of respect for God or religion.
Usage: To speak even dispassionately about the merits of the enemy's claims was blasphemy to Duryodhana who treated his own rights as holy.
3. DauntingDefinition: To make someone feel nervous and less confident about doing something.
Usage: The height of the mountain will daunt all but the most experienced climbers.
4. ParsimoniousDefinition: Extremely unwilling to spend money.
Usage: Some of the richest people have the most parsimonious habits.
5. FrivolousDefinition: Characterized by lack of seriousness or sense.
Usage: In her presence no one ever indulged in either frivolous remarks or risque conversation.
6. ArborealDefinition: Relating to trees; living in trees.
Usage: The apes are almost totally arboreal ; they live in the trees travel through the trees and eat fruit from the trees.
7. BereavedDefinition: Having lost a relative or close friend who has recently died.
Usage: He visited the bereaved family to offer comfort.
8. DelectableDefinition: Extremely pleasant to taste, smell, or look at | very attractive.
Usage: " delectable Miss Marple ".
9. VulpineDefinition: OF, relating to, or similar to a fox.
Usage: A vulpine grin.
10. SlakeDefinition: To drink so that you no longer feel thirsty | to satisfy a desire.
Usage: They had to melt snow to slake their thirst.
11. EnlivenDefinition: To make something more interesting or more fun.
Usage: Presidential candidates and protesters will enliven conference.
12. ReprehensibleDefinition: Morally wrong and deserving criticism.
Usage: His conduct was thoroughly reprehensible.
13. RecurrentDefinition: That happens again and again.
Usage: The loss of innocence is a recurrent theme in his stories.
14. EcclesiasticDefinition: A priest or minister in the Christian Church.
Usage: Being an ecclesiastical person the judge let the preacher win the case.
15. ExpendDefinition: To use or spend a lot of time, money, energy, etc.
Usage: She expended all her efforts on the care of her home and children.