Verb. Be first to approach and speak "She got extremely agitated when the salesman accosted her as she was window shopping and pressing product on her."
Adjective. With the flavour of vinegar "Finding that the biscuits had an acetic taste, the baker realised that he had used vinegar instead of vanilla essence."
Adjective. Faintly sour or acid-like "She never had any complimentary comment to make; they were always acidulous and sarcastic."
Noun. Deliverance from charges "She threw a big party for her brother on his acquittal from the false charges of assault that had been booked on him."
Verb. Confuse, bewilder, rot "It was the defense lawyer's strategy to addle the witness so that he would forget his pre rehearsed speech and tell the truth."
Adjective. Going counter to one's benefit "It has been proved that some pain killers that are sold over the counter have adverse effects and doctors advise people not to buy them."
Verb. Make reference to "She thought he was none too sure of the issue as he adverted to his notes frequently."
Adjective. Serving as a help "He started the ancillary unit to help with the additional production requirements of his main unit when the demand exceeded supply for his product."
Verb. Make a comment on "A promotional documentary was made to annotate the bigger message behind the film, which drew parallels between drama and real life."
Adjective. Used of riotously drunken merrymaking "The police took some effort to remove the bacchanalian crowd who were disturbing the party and ensure that peace was restored"
Verb. Used frequently in casual talk or idea in turn "You cannot hold a conversation with them unless you are able to bandy ideas on all topics, as nothing is serious or sacrosanct in their vocabulary."
Noun. Violent, quarrelsome "The parents warned their child to stay away from the bully as his bellicose nature always created unfriendly and tense situations."
Adjective. Possessed of abundant capacity (space) "The car is renowned for its capacious interior and storage space that created a luxurious feel."
Noun. Confirmed belief; being found guilty of charge "She is a person of conviction, once she accepts something it is very difficult to change her views."
Verb. Accuse or charge one of fault, crime "Perhaps due to the violent exterior of the accused, the jury appeared ready to indict him even before even listening to the defense."
Adjective. Possessed of clarity of expression "After hearing her perspicuous presentation on the rather abstract theme nobody could say that she was given to speaking little."
Noun. Submarine missile "While sailing majestically in the high seas, the grand ocean-linear got smashed by a torpedo released from a submarine with frightful power."
Noun. Pandemonium, turmoil "Their house looked as if it had been hit by a hurricane, with a welter of newspapers, magazines, tapes and clothes everywhere."