n. Greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation
"For decades, tourists have visited the botanical garden to marvel at its astonishing verdure."
adj. Green; lush with vegetation
"Because of the sunny days, the land was verdant and the harvest was full."
n. Lack of experience; innocence
"Quentin's viridity was sure sign that he had led a very sheltered life."
adj. Open and sincere
"In the privacy of my own home, I gave the film crew my candid opinion about the matter."
n. Frankness or sincerity of expression; openness
"Donald showed a candor that was unique among the politicians in the race."
adj. Shining brilliantly
"The actress' incandescent gold gown was the talk of all the celebrities at the awards ceremony last night."
n. Extreme or unnatural paleness
"The guilty man's face took on a distinct pallor, and his hands began to tremble."
adj. Lacking color; dull
"Patrick new that Juliette was sick when he saw the young girl's pallid face."
v. To fill with horror or disapproval
"Karl was appalled to learn that the beautiful old museum was going to be replaced by a shopping mall."
adj. Enraged; furious
"When the receptionist suggested that I leave thee office, I became livid and threatened to sue."
v. To attack the character of; to mock
"The notoriously harsh theatre critic rarely hesitated to denigrate even the most famous and respected actors."