Usage: The instructors were not reimbursed for the materials that they purchased for the class
DuskDefinition: the time of day when the light has almost gone, but it is not yet dark
Usage: She turned and disappeared into the dusk
Usage: The judge recused himself from the case because he had a pecuniary interest in the company that was being sued
2) the quality of being faithful to your husband, wife, or partner by not having a sexual relationship with anyone else
3) the quality of being accurate
Usage: Fidelity to your principles
2) to become or make something hard like bone
Usage: An ossified political system
Usage: Medical jargon that the layman cannot understand
Usage: He was relapsing into his usual gloom.
Usage: He believes that when living in a certain society you should become a real part of it by sticking to its rules dogmas and principles
Usage: He was ecstatic when he heard that he was going to be a father.
Usage: Street vendors selling sham designer handbags to gullible tourists
Usage: He was an accomplished speaker and managed to indoctrinate the crowd with his ideals and philosophy
Usage: The business magnate was reputed to have made many millions of dollars for the company.
2) to secretly plan with other people to harm someone
Usage: She detected her husband in an intrigue with a prostitute.
Usage: The thief gave a furtive glance at the defense attorney when the judge read the charges.
Usage: The ruler of the country has already decided on his successor to prevent any interregnum upon his death.