|acuity||(n.) sharpness or keenness of thought, vision, or hearing.|
|delineate||(v.) describe or portray (something) precisely.|
|depraved||(v.) make (someone) immoral or wicked.|
|enervate|| (v.) cause (someone) to feel drained of energy or vitality; weaken.|
(adj.) lacking in energy or vitality.
|esoteric||(adj.) intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest.|
|fecund||(adj.) producing or capable of producing an abundance of offspring or new growth; fertile.|
|fiat||(n.) a formal authorization or proposition; a decree.|
|figment||(n.) a thing that someone believes to be real but that exists only in their imagination.|
|garner||(v.) gather or collect (something, especially information or approval).|
|hallow||(v.) honor as holy.|
|idiosyncrasy||(n.) a mode of behavior or way of thought peculiar to an individual.|
|ignominy||(n.) public shame or disgrace.|
|mundane|| (adj.) lacking interest or excitement; dull.|
of this earthly world rather than a heavenly or spiritual one.
|nuance||(n.) a subtle difference in or shade of meaning, expression, or sound.|
|overweening||(adj.) showing excessive confidence or pride.|
|penchant||(n.) a strong or habitual liking for something or tendency to do something.|
|reputed|| (n.) the opinion generally held of someone or something; the state of being generally regarded in a particular way.|
(v.) be generally said or believed to do something or to have particular characteristics.
|sophistry||(n.) the use of fallacious arguments, especially with the intention of deceiving.|
|sumptuous||(adj.) splendid and expensive-looking.|
|ubiquitous||(adj.) present, appearing, or found everywhere|