|adept|| someone who is dazzlingly skilled.|
John Lennon was not only an adept musician, he was a great person who believed in world peace.
|Stoild|| unemotional |
I am a very stolid person, i don't cry when i watch LifeTime movies.
|terse|| brief and to the point.|
Timmy answered every question with one word all the time, therefore he was terse.
|augmented|| added to or made greater in amount or number or strength|
Mary didn't want to sound dumb, so she augmented her math score when her friends asked.
|duplicity|| acting in bad faith|
I had duplicity yesterday before practice because i hadn't prepared my body for it.
|cavalier|| casual and offhand; arrogant; N: knight|
William can be a cavalier when come to basketball.
|irascible|| characterized by anger|
Sam is known as a irascible person; he always storms off after he loses a game.
|ambivalent|| characterized by a mixture of opposite feelings or attitudes|
I am ambivalent when it comes to homework; i can hate it or i can like it.
|laud|| praise, glorify, or honor|
A lot of little girls laud Justin Bieber because of his good looks.
|mendacity|| the tendency to be untruthful|
Laura was known for her mendacity when asked the truth.
|obtuse|| slow to learn or understand|
Samantha can be obtuse when it comes to math; she doesn't know her simple math.
|tangential|| of superficial relevance if any|
John was known for his tangential comments during class.
|germinate|| produce buds, branches, or germinate|
When i was asked how to germinate, i replied," i don't know".