1. ForebodingDefinition: A strong feeling that something unpleasant or dangerous is going to happen.
Usage: He has a strange foreboding that he will get into an accident.
2. VanityDefinition: Too much pride in your own appearance, abilities, or achievements | the quality of being unimportant, especially compared with other things that are important
Usage: She would always wake up and look in the mirror because of her vanity.
3. BarbaricDefinition: Cruel and violent, and not as expected from people who are educated and respect each other.
Usage: The barbaric teenagers destroyed the old house at the back of the neighborhood.
4. NadirDefinition: The worst or lowest point of something
Usage: Pakistan seems to have reached the nadir of its long history because of the daily bombings and loss of innocent lives.
5. SmugDefinition: Looking or feeling too pleased about something you have done or achieved.
Usage: He smiled smugly as the results were announced.
6. EnumerateDefinition: To name things on a list one by one.
Usage: She enumerated the main points.
7. AmeliorateDefinition: To make (something, such as a problem) better, less painful, etc.
Usage: Wishing to ameliorate the offended guest the chief coordinator ran behind him full of apologies.
8. VocationDefinition: 1) a type of work or way of life that you believe is especially suitable for you 2) a belief that you have been chosen by God to be a priest or nun
Usage: A vocation to the priesthood.
9. DerisionDefinition: The feeling that people express when they criticize and laugh at someone or something in an insulting way
Usage: His crazy behavior became a source of derision for those around him.
10. AugmentDefinition: To increase the amount, value, size, etc. of something
Usage: Nuclear generators are used to augment the solar power in the space station.
11. UpbraidDefinition: Scold severely
Usage: Not only did the headmaster upbraid the students for ragging the freshers but also suspended them for a week.
12. DawdleDefinition: To take a long time to do something or go somewhere.
Usage: It's relaxing to dawdle in the shower but it wastes water.
13. DocileDefinition: Easily managed or handled;teachable.
Usage: She cringed in her corner whining and docile.
14. BoonDefinition: Something that is very helpful and makes life easier for you.
Usage: The new software will prove a boon to Internet users.
15. CavilDefinition: To make unnecessary complaints about something.
Usage: A customer caviled about the price.
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