BrinkDefinition a crucial or critical point
Usage Their economy is teetering on the brink of collapse.
PlenaryDefinition :attended by all the people who have the right to attend complete in every way
Usage The governor of the colony was given plenary authority.
PatrimonyDefinition property that is given to someone when their father dies
Usage Her patrimony was the family's newspaper business.
morassDefinition an unpleasant and complicated situation that is difficult to escape from | a dangerous area of low, soft, wet land
Usage Behind the house the ground was morass so it was hard to walk through
GleamingDefinition shining brightly
Usage Her eyes were gleaming in the moonlight.
GargantuanDefinition extremely large
Usage The buildings in the city are gargantuan.
FatalismDefinition the belief that what will happen has already been decided and cannot be changed
Usage She was not convinced that fatalism was a belief that she could embrace
EviscerateDefinition to remove the inner organs of a body
Usage The campers had to eviscerate the fish before they could fry them for dinner.
EschewDefinition to deliberately avoid or keep away from something
Usage The dieter tried to eschew fattening foods
CopiousDefinition in large amounts
Usage He drank copious quantities of tea and coffee.
ClairvoyantDefinition the power that some people are believed to have to be able to see future events or to communicate with people who are dead or far away
Usage You don't need to be a clairvoyant to see how this is going to turn out.
CapitulateDefinition to agree to do something that you have been refusing to do for a long time | to stop resisting an enemy and accept that you are
Usage The club eventually capitulated and granted equal rights to women.
BuoyDefinition to cause (someone) to feel happy or confident | to lift or improve (something)
Usage Knowing that all her friends were there buoyed up her spirits.
BloviateDefinition to talk or write in a way that shows that you think you know a lot and have something important to say, when in fact you do not know much and have nothing important to say
Usage The radio show hosts blab and bloviate about national security.
BelaborDefinition to talk about (something) for too long : to repeat or stress (something) too much or too often
2) to attack or criticize (someone)
Usage He uses his newspaper column to belabor writers for even the most minor grammatical errors.