DevourDefinition: to eat all of something quickly, especially because you are very hungry
Usage: He devoured 17 novels during his tour of India.
ReceptiveDefinition: willing to consider new ideas or listen to someone else's opinions
Usage: They say the human brain is at its most receptive when it is young.
CommentateDefinition: to give a spoken description of an event as it happens, especially on television or radio
Usage : He will be commentating on tomorrow night's game
AffinityDefinition: Natural attraction or feeling of kinship
Usage: Her affinity for animals was well known and no one was surprised when she decided to become a veterinary doctor
ImpiousDefinition: showing a lack of respect for God and religion
Usage : The man's impious remark was offensive to the people in the room that were Christians.
EuphoriaDefinition: an extremely strong feeling of happiness and excitement that usually lasts only a short time
Usage: She was in a state of euphoria on her wedding day.
VivacityDefinition: having a lively, attractive personality
Usage: At the wedding reception there was an abundance of alcohol and hours of vivacious dancing
CanineDefinition: one of the four pointed teeth in the front of a human's or animal's mouth
2) A dog
Usage : The canine family includes dogs wolves coyotes and foxes.
ExpeditionDefinition: an organized trip with a particular purpose, especially to find out about a place that is not well known
2) a short trip that you make when you want or need something
Usage: A scientific expedition to Antarctica
AbductDefinition: to take someone away illegally, especially using force
Usage: The kidnappers abducted her in broad daylight.
Usage : We guarantee to refund your money if you are not delighted with your purchase.
Usage: His actions were benign he posed no threat to anyone.
2) the end of the world, as described in the Bible
3) a situation causing very serious damage and destruction
Usage : We live in the shadow of the apocalypse
Usage: The soccer team had to forfeit the game because their players kept yelling at the referees.
2) a twist or curve, especially one of many
Usage: The little girl got lost in the intricate convolution of the maze.