adherence - faithful attachment
Her adherence to the rules ensured that she will never get in trouble.
apprehensive - to be anxious about something
He was apprehensive about taking a test tomorrow.
chastisement - punishment
The chastisement for copying his homework from his friend is that he got more homework to do.
disposition – the act in a certain manner
the act ofI have a strong disposition towards him because he has bad attitude.
ironic - happening in the opposite way to what is expected
It’s ironic that she’s a teacher but she doesn’t like kids.
navigational - The process of ascertaining one's position and following a route
nurturer - a person who does a job of taking care the babies or the old people The nurturer is caring the newborn children.
palpable - Able to be touched or felt
The tension in the meeting room is so strong that it is palpable.
populate - to have a place in
Variety of animals populate the huge forest.
prominent - standing out
Her eyes are the most prominent feature in her body.
serene - Calm, peaceful, and untroubled
The flows of the river is very calm and serene.
transgression - an act that is against the rule
Speaking Thai in campus is considered as a transgression of the RIS rules.
acquisition: something you obtain.
That intelligent student is a great acquisition to the university.
buoyancy: the power to float or rise in a fluid
Things that are made from wood are buoyancy.
congregate: all come together or gather together
We all congregate together for 8th grade meeting.
crescendo: something that gets louder
The song started quietly but ended with a crescendo.
disquieting: a disturbed or uneasy feeling
Before the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas’s thoughts were disquieting.
impulse: a strong urge or unexplainable urge
He has an impulse to buy a lovely birthday present for his girlfriend.
infraction: a violation of rules you are supposed to follow I have a detention as...
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