quintessential of a certain kind
Example: She is the archetypal country doctor.
2- Blandishment /ˈblandɪʃm(ə)nt/
intentional flattery for persuasion
Example: The blandishments of the travel brochure.
expressing someone in an indirect way
Example: His admission came after years of circumlocution.
a political leader who uses rhetoric to appeal to prejudices and desires of ordinary citizens
Example: The minister is a gifted demagogue with particular skill in manipulating the press.
misappropriation of funds
Example: he’s been indicted for major embezzlement.
someone who cherishes ideas of free will
Example: He is studying libertarian philosophy.
Example: Cuba rejects and condemns every one of the mendacious words uttered yesterday by the President of the United States.
8- Pejorative /pɪˈdʒɒrətɪv/
Example: Permissiveness is used almost universally as a pejorative term.
9- Ubiquitous /juːˈbɪkwɪtəs/
omnipresent or existing everywhere
Example: His ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family.
10- Vicissitude /vɪˈsɪsɪtjuːd/
an unwelcome or unpleasant change in circumstances or fortune
Example: Her husband’s sharp vicissitudes of fortune.
11- Aggrandize /əˈɡrandʌɪz/
enhance power, wealth or status
Example: It was an action intended to aggrandize the Frankish dynasty.
12- Callous (/ˈkaləs/
disregard for others
Example: Her callous comments about the murder made me shiver.
13- Cognizant /ˈkɒ(ɡ)nɪz(ə)nt/
awareness or realization
Example: Politicians must be cognizant of the political boundaries within which they work.
14- Construe /kənˈstruː/
interpret or assign meaning
Example: His words could hardly be construed as an apology.
15- Camaraderie /kaməˈrɑːd(ə)ri/
a sense of solidarity arising out of familiarity and sociability
Example: I like the enforced camaraderie of office life.
16- Convivial /kənˈvɪvɪəl/
enjoyable atmosphere or jovial company
Example: It is a convivial cocktail party.
17- Enervate /ˈɛnəveɪt/
lacking in vitality
Example: The weather has an enervating heat today.
18- Multifarious /ˌmʌltɪˈfɛːrɪəs/
multifaceted or diverse
Example: The university offers multifarious activities.
19- Promulgate /ˈprɒm(ə)lɡeɪt/
to broadcast or announce
Example: These objectives have to be promulgated within the organization.
20- Quotidian /kwɒˈtɪdɪən/
something that is of daily occurrence
Example: The car sped noisily off through the quotidian traffic.