(adj) worthy of high praise
He was very laudable
(adj) loose; not strict
His parents were very lax.
(n) a dictionary
Will you please look up that word in the lexion?
(adj) gracefully slender
A car carries water more quickly than a lithe body can.
(adj) full of trivial conversation
He felt rather loquacious today.
(adj) easy to understand, clear; rational, sane
I had a lucid dream last night.
(adj) dissatisfied with existing conditions
He is malcontent with those rules.
(n) a curve in a stream
Don't get your boat stuck in the meander.
(n) a beggar
There was a mendicant on the side of the road.
(n) the courage to carry on
He had the mettle to jump off the 16 foot cliff into the water.
(v) to imitate
Please stop mimicing me.
(v) make less rigid or softer
Please mollify that wire tip.
(adj) showing a brooding ill humor
You seem morose today.
He is definetely not mundane.
(n) an extreme state of adversity
We are at the nadir of the valley.
(adj) having an offensive odor
He has a noisome smell.
(adj) showing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings
He was so obdurate, that no amount of persuasion could make him step back from the ledge.
(adj) not straight
The paper is at an oblique angle
(adj) boisterously and noisily aggressive
The obstreperous children made it hard for their parents to take them any where.