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ELUCIDATE


ELUCIDATE: 

■ verb 
Make clear and comprehensible;Make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear.

eg.He is here to elucidate the mystery surrounding her death.

CORRUGATED


CORRUGATED: 
■ Adj.
Shaped into alternating parallel grooves and ridges.

eg.The surface of the ocean was rippled and corrugated.

COTERIE


COTERIE: 

■ noun 
An exclusive circle of people with a common purpose. 

eg.A very small coterie formed within the science club because only a few of the students were interested specifically in genetics. 

MODISH


 MODISH:
 Adj. 
In the current fashion or style.

eg.They also have a modish, edgy look to them which lends them an air of unfamiliar exoticism.

MENAGERIE


MENAGERIE: 
 noun 
A collection of live animals for study or display.The facility where wild animals are housed for exhibition. 

eg. I felt like I lived in a menagerie because we had so many pets.

TIGHTWAD


TIGHTWAD: 
 noun 
A miserly person. 

eg.Jill called Jack a tightwad because he never picked up the check.

TALISMAN


TALISMAN: 
■ noun
A trinket or piece of jewelry usually hung about the neck and thought to be a magical protection against evil or disease.

eg.He had a talisman, the use of which he would not divulge, saying the stone could speak for itself.



REEK


REEK
REEK:
■ verb
emit(odor)

eg.You will reek of garlic for days but it shouldn't matter if she loves you. 

LUCRATIVE


LUCRATIVE

■ Adj. 
Profitable; moneymaking; remunerative



eg. She signed a very lucrative contract with the basketball association.

LAUD


LAUD:
  verb
 To give praise to; glorify.



eg. Lauded by the critics, he still isn't a household name.

LUCID


LUCID:
 ■ Adj.

Easily understood; intelligible;Capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner.

Clear.



eg.The essay was very lucidly written.

LUSTROUS


LUSTROUS:

 ■ Adj.
Having a sheen or glow;shining; bright; glorious;glossy.

eg. Lustrous beauty with timeless elegance, sapphires are a unique gift that can be treasured forever.



LEGERDEMAIN


 LEGERDEMAIN:
 ■ noun

Sleights of hand;
A trick or set of tricks performed by a juggler or magician so quickly and deftly that the manner of execution cannot be observed;
Skill in performing conjuring tricks.



eg.The banker's cunning legerdemain enabled him to steal from his customers for many years.

LAMENT


LAMENT

 ■ Verb
To express grief for or about; mourn;To regret deeply; deplore

 noun
A feeling or an expression of grief; a lamentation.



 eg.We lamented the death of the child.

LARGESS


LARGESS:
  noun
Liberality in bestowing gifts, especially in a lofty or condescending manner.
Money or gifts bestowed.
Generosity of spirit or attitude.

 eg.Bill Gates should be complimented for his largess in giving so much money to medical research.

LANCET


LANCET: 
 ■ noun
A surgical knife with a short, wide, pointed double-edged blade, used especially for making punctures and small incisions.

Also A lancet arch;A lancet window.



eg. The nurse used a lancet to extract just a drop of blood from the patient's finger.

LONGEVITY


LONGEVITY: 
■ noun
Long life; great duration of life;Length or duration of life.
Long duration or continuance, as in an occupation

eg. The quality, not the longevity, of one's life is what is important.

LOQUACIOUS


LOQUACIOUS


 ■ Adj.
 Very talkative; garrulous;Full of trivial conversation.

 ■ noun.
 loquacity.

eg.I prefer tongue-tied knowledge to ignorant loquacity.

LAGOON


LAGOON: 

 ■ noun
A shallow body of water, especially one separated from a sea by sandbars or coral reefs.


eg.The Maldives is an enchanted paradise on the equator, a necklace of tiny palm studded coral islands, surrounded by sparkling lagoons.

LITHE


LITHE:
Adj.

Moving and bending with ease.Flexible and supple.Marked by effortless grace.





eg. Gymnasts must be quite lithe to do all of their routines.
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