1. ApprehensionDefinition: Worry or fear that something unpleasant may happen | the act of capturing or arresting someone, usually by the police.
2. InterminableDefinition: Lasting a very long time and therefore boring or annoying.
Usage: He spoke for over an hour delivering what seemed like an interminable speech.
3. DiscourseDefinition: The use of words to exchange thoughts and ideas | a long talk or piece of writing about a subject.
Usage: " A critical discourse on important issues".
4. EnervatingDefinition: Tending to deprive of strength or vitality.
Usage: She found the constant stress to be enervating.
5. SacrosanctDefinition: Too important and respected to be changed, criticized, etc.
Usage: The priest entered the sacrosanct chamber in the temple.
6. OdiousDefinition: Extremely unpleasant.
Usage: The crime committed was so odious that people stormed the prison.
7. CongenialDefinition: Pleasant to spend time with because their interests and character are similar to your own ,pleasant because it suits your character,suitable for something.
Usage: A congenial colleague.
8. MaladroitDefinition: Done without skill, especially in a way that annoys or offends people.
Usage: His maladroit handling of valuable objects quickly led to his dismissal from his job at the museum.
9. DecadentDefinition: A person in a condition or process of mental or moral decay.
Usage: It is a sign of the decadent state of education that so many students attempt to meet scholastic requirements by dishonest means.
10. DeprecateDefinition: To feel and express strong disapproval of something or someone, often yourself.
Usage: Do not deprecate their actions until you know the whole story.
11. AcquiescenceDefinition: The fact of being willing to do what someone wants and to accept their opinions, even if you are not sure that they are right.
Usage: Good manners demanded our cheerful acquiescence to our host's plans for dinner.
12. ReparationDefinition: Money that is paid by a country that has lost a war, for the damage, injuries, etc. that it has caused | the act of giving something to someone or doing something for them in order to show that you are sorry for suffering that you have caused.
Usage: The country paid millions in reparations.
13. IndemnificationDefinition: To promise to pay someone an amount of money if they suffer any damage or loss | to pay someone an amount of money because of the damage or loss that they have suffered.
Usage: The contract indemnifies them against loss of earnings.
14. SoloDefinition: Done by one person alone, without anyone helping them.
Usage: It was a solo effort from the warrior.
15. IrateDefinition: Very angry.
Usage: Never underestimate the power of the irate customer.
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