(N) an angry verbal attack. Sentence: While he is my brother and I love him, it is difficult to forgive him for the invective comments he made last night.
(N) the generous giving of lavish gifts. Sentence: The old man gave a largess gift to his ill wife on christmas.
(ADJ) Displaying a lack of moral or legal restraints. Sentence: We were treated by the corrupt policeman in a most licentious manner
(ADJ) Diverse, varied. Sentence: The companys manifold brochure was successful because it highlighted all the elements and different aspects they had to offer the public.
(ADJ) having great diversity or variety. Sentence: Leonardo da Vinci's notebook reveal that he was a man of multifarious interests
(ADJ) in the process of being born or coming into existence. Sentence: The country's nascent economy, which had developed since the end of the war, was devasted by an earthquake.
(ADJ) offering one's service when they are neither wanted nor needed. Sentence: He's an officious little man and widely disliked throughout the company.
(N) an emotion of sympathy. Sentence: The writer evoked pathos in her best novel yet.
(ADJ) extremely destructive or harmful. Sentence: The storm was very pernicious in strength
(ADJ) an abundance, excess. Sentence: There was a plethora of costumes to choose from for the masquerade.