RabidDefinition having very strong feelings about something and acting in an unacceptable way violent or extreme
Usage Police arrived in force to quell the riot set off by rabid soccer fans.
ManifestDefinition 1) to show something clearly, especially a feeling, an attitude, or a quality
2) to appear or become noticeable
Usage Their sadness was manifest in their faces.
RegressiveDefinition becoming or making something less advanced | having less effect on the rich than on the poor
Usage The boys were suddenly regressed when their team lost.
BifurcationDefinition Division into two branches, parts, or aspects. Point at which division occurs.
Usage A divisive issue that caused the bifurcation of the political party
AmorousDefinition showing sexual desire and love toward someone
Usage She is the object of his amorous intentions.
CataclysmDefinition a sudden disaster or a violent event that causes change, for example a flood or a war
Usage The country barely survived the cataclysm of war.
RenegeDefinition to break a promise, an agreement, etc.
Usage She reneged on her promise to buy her son a bike.
RamshackleDefinition in a very bad condition and needing repair | badly organized or designed and not likely to last very long
Usage "ramshackle set of buildings'
RetaliateDefinition to do something harmful to someone because they have harmed you first
Usage " need to take action before the enemy retaliates"
ContraveneDefinition to do something that is allowed by a law or rule
Usage The overcrowded dance club contravened safety regulations
LeeryDefinition suspicious or careful about something or someone, and trying to avoid doing it or dealing with them
Usage She hesitated stepping into the friendly crowd because she was leery of strangers.
VigilantDefinition very careful to notice any signs of danger or trouble
Usage The vigilant police officer noticed the robber sneaking into the jewelry store.
ExtensiveDefinition 1) covering a large area; great in amount
2) including or dealing with a wide range of information
Usage The blast caused extensive damage.
FluctuateDefinition to change frequently in size, amount, quality, etc., especially from one extreme to another
Usage Body temperatures can fluctuate when you are ill.
DeficitDefinition the amount by which money spent or owed is greater than money earned in a particular period of time
2) a problem that causes a decrease in some ability
Usage She has a slight hearing deficit in her left ear.