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1. fad

Meaning: An intense but short-lived fashion; craze.

Sentence: Fidget spinners were a fad that quickly faded away.

2. ephemeral

Meaning: Lasting for a very short time

Sentence: The beauty of the ephemeral cherry blossoms is fleeting.

3. endeavor

Meaning: To earnestly or diligently attempt to achieve a goal.

Sentence: Shital will endeavor to finish the project on time.

4. prey upon

Meaning: To exploit or victimize someone or something, especially for one’s own gain.

Sentence: Criminals often prey upon the elderly and vulnerable.

5. intrigue

Meaning: To arouse curiosity or interest by unusual, new, or otherwise fascinating or compelling qualities; captivate.

Sentence: The novel’s plot intrigued readers with its unexpected twists and turns.

6. hysterical

Meaning: Exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement.

Sentence: She found the movie so funny that she was hysterical with laughter.

7. utterly

Meaning: completely and without qualification; absolutely

Sentence: I was utterly shocked by the news.

8. vandalism

Meaning: The action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to public or private property.

Sentence: The graffiti on the wall is a clear example of vandalism.

9. preoccupied

Meaning: Having one’s mind fixated on something to the exclusion of everything else.

Sentence: She seemed preoccupied with her upcoming presentation.

10. consensus

Meaning: General agreement among a group of people.

Sentence: The committee reached a consensus on the new policy.

10. glare

Meaning: A fiercely or angrily piercing stare.

Sentence: She gave him a glare of disbelief.

11. fidget

Meaning: Make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.

Sentence: Stop fidgeting with your pen and focus on the task at hand.

12. ring off

Meaning: To end a telephone conversation by hanging up the phone.

Sentence: I had to ring off quickly because I was running late for my meeting.


Meaning: Having an excessive or erotic interest in oneself and one’s physical appearance.

Sentence: His narcissistic behavior alienated his friends.

14. inception

Meaning: The establishment or starting point of an institution or activity.

Sentence: The inception of the company marked a new era in technology.

15. Concord

Meaning: Agreement and peace between countries and people.

Sentence: their mission was to find a way in which all humans could live in concord with one another.

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15. Impermissible

Meaning: Not allowed.

Sentence: The society held many actions to be impermissible, despite them being harmless.


Meaning: Moving to the next part or situation very quickly, often in an exciting way.

Sentence: once he had succeeded at something he was always propulsive in finding something else to stimulate him.

17. Tempestuous

Meaning: To be full of strong, passionate, even violent emotions.

Sentence: Their relationship was not healthy, however they were both unconsciously drawn to the tempestuous in life, which is why neither of them would walk away.

18. Grandiose

Meaning: Larger and containing more detail than necessary, or intended to seem important or great.

Sentence: he gave grandiose speeches to disguise the fact his work was actually quite mediocre.

19. Pacify

Meaning: To cause someone who is angry or upset to be calm and satisfied.

Sentence: she was the only one who was ever able to pacify him and his temper.

20. Fecundity

Meaning: The fact of producing or creating a lot of new things, ideas, etc.

Sentence: The fecundity of his mind far exceeded that of the average person, which is what made him such a great creator.

21. Inquisitorial

Meaning: Asking a lot of questions, especially in a way that makes you feel annoyed.

Sentence: when he arrived home he did not look forward to the inquisitorial dinner that was about to take place, asking about what he had been up to.

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22. Rejuvenate

Meaning: To make someone look or feel fresh and energetic again.

Sentence: they walked out into the Sun and felt rejuvenated at last.

23. Adulation

Meaning: Great admiration or praise for someone, especially when it is more than is deserved.

Sentence: no matter how she treated him, it did not affect his adulation of her.

24. Momentous

Meaning: Very important because of effects on future events.

Sentence: he viewed everything he did as momentous to his success, which forced him to be conscious in every task that lay before him.

25. Precipitancy

Meaning: The quality or action of doing something sooner or faster than expected, and without enough thought or preparation.

Sentence: He preferred to act with precipitancy than to spend time deliberating.

26. Alacrity

Meaning: Speed and eagerness, cheerful readiness.

Sentence: It did not matter whether it was a challenge or a celebration, he approached everything in front of him with the same alacrity.

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27. Ardour

Meaning: Great enthusiasm or love.

Sentence: Where others’ ardour would begin to fade after a while, his continued to burn and fuel him to succeed.

28. Abomination

Meaning: Something that causes disgust, or that you dislike and disapprove of.

Sentence: The way the scandal was brought out into the public domain was nothing short of an abomination.

29. Paradigm

Meaning: A model of something, or a very clear and typical example of something.

Sentence: His success had created the perfect paradigm for others like him to follow.


Meaning: Similar to or in agreement with something, so that the two things can both exist or can be combined without problems.

Sentence: The fact that they had congruent aspirations enabled them to have a healthy relationship with one another.

31. Gargantuan

Meaning: Extremely large in size, volume or degree.

Sentence: He had been successful in his craft for so long that he now held a gargantuan reputation in the field.

32. Propitious

Meaning: Likely to result in success, or showing signs of success.

Sentence: The more he persisted with his efforts, the more propitious his efforts became.

33. Auspicious

Meaning: Suggesting a positive and successful future.

Sentence: He woke up to find the Sun shining through the window, which always felt like an auspicious start to the day.

33. Ominous

Meaning: Suggesting that something unpleasant is likely to happen.

Sentence: There was an ominous silence in the back, as they knew they would soon be called to make the walk.

34. Unscrupulous

Meaning: Behaving in a way that is dishonest or unfair in order to get what you want.

Sentence: He would rather fail honourably than become unscrupulous in order to succeed.

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34. Oblivion

Meaning: The state of being completely forgotten or destroyed.

Sentence: They did everything they could to ensure their name would never fade away into oblivion.

35. Kismet

Meaning: A force that some people think controls what happens in the future, and is outside human control.

Sentence: It felt like kismet; the closing of one door made them present for the opening of an even more prosperous one.

36. Peregrination

Meaning: A long journey in which you travel to various different places, especially on foot.

Sentence: Their peregrination was figurative as much as it was literal. As a result, they were not the same people by the end of it, that they were at the beginning.

37. Occult

Meaning: Relating to magical powers and activities, such as those of witchcraft and astrology.

Sentence: They claimed their success was the result of occult powers bestowed onto them by the cosmos.

37. Belligerence

Meaning: The wish to fight or argue, or the act of starting a fight or war.

Sentence: People could no longer stand to be around him and his constant belligerence.

38. Pejorative

Meaning: Expressing contempt or disapproval.

Sentence: He used a pejorative term to describe his opponent, revealing his deep-seated bias and lack of respect.

39. Vitriolic

Meaning: filled with bitter criticism or malice

Sentence: The debate quickly turned vitriolic, with both sides hurling insults instead of engaging in a constructive dialogue.

40. Unctuous

Meaning: excessively flattering , oily and greasy in texture.

Sentence: His unctuous compliments made everyone in the room feel uncomfortable, as they seemed insincere and overly flattering.

41. Hubris

Meaning: exceesive pride or self confidence,often leading

Sentence: The CEO's hubris led him to dismiss critical feedback, ultimately causing the company's downfall.

42. Zephyr

Meaning: A gentle, mild breeze

Sentence: As we walked along the beach, a gentle zephyr carried the scent of salt and sea.

43. Draconian

Meaning: excessively harsh and severe

Sentence: The new law was criticized as draconian, imposing severe penalties for even minor infractions.

44. spontaneous

Meaning: Happening or done in a natural, often sudden way, without being planned or thought about.

Sentence: Her spontaneous laughter filled the room.

45. improbable

Meaning: Not likely to be true or to happen.

Sentence: It seems improbable that he will be able to finish the project on time.

46. telltale

Meaning: Revealing or indicating something

Sentence: His telltale behavior gave away his secret.

47. impersonate

Meaning: To pretend to be another person for the purpose of entertainment or fraud.

Sentence: The actor could impersonate famous celebrities with remarkable accuracy.

48. bland

Meaning: Lacking strong features or characteristics and therefore uninteresting

Sentence: The food was so bland that it needed extra seasoning.

49. charismatic

Meaning: Exercising a compelling charm that inspires devotion in others.

Sentence: The charismatic leader captivated the audience with his passion and charisma.

50. pulchritudinous

Meaning: Characterized by beauty; physically attractive.

Sentence: She was considered the most pulchritudinous woman in the room.

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