n. Commotion, uproar
The car crash created a tumult on the road.
n. Confusion, disturbance
The turmoil during the presidential elections was unbearable.
n. Soft light (time period) right after sunset and before darkness
It was hard to see during twilight.
adj. Not able to be changed
Her feelings for her mom were unalterable.
adj. Not like what is customary or normal
The new type of hybrid car was unconventional.
adj. Not lessened in any way, unchanged
To our surprise, food was in an unmitigated supply during the economic down turn.
adj. Not letting up or weakening
The football player gave unrelenting hits.
The vendors at the market were willing to bargain with me.
n. State of being alert and watchful
The security guard showed vigilance during his shift.
adj. Watchful, alert
The robber was vigilant in how he cased out the house before the robbery.
adj. Disgusting, offensive
The vile smell made our faces shrivel.
adj. Very important
Is it vital that you arrive on time?
adj. Spirited, full of life, sprightly
The child became vivacious when he received candy.
adj. Likely to be influenced by desire or a force
The little boy was vulnerable to his older bullying brother.
adj. Twisting and turning, perhaps from pain
The lady was writhing in pain after the car crash.
n. Enthusiasm or excessive devotion
The crowd showed their zeal at the game.