(adjective) Definition: delightful, highly pleasing Synonym: enjoyable Antonym: unenjoyable Sentence: The fresh Caesar salad was a delectable start to the meal
(noun) Definition: the sediment of liquids Synonym: residue Antonym: supernatant fluid Sentence: After centrifuging the test tube, the supernatant liquid was thrown away and the dregs were kept for testing.
(adjective) Definition: having tastes or habits considered feminine Synonym: womanlike Antonym: manly Sentence: The boy was ridiculed for being effeminate when he allowed his sister to paint his toenails.
(verb) Definition: to captivate or charm Synonym: engage Antonym: bore Sentence: The audience was enthralled by the performer's talent.
(adjective) Definition: understood by or belonging to the select few Synonym: exclusive Antonym: public Sentence: Understanding of Calculus is esoteric in nature in the high school community.
(adjective) Definition: beginning to exist or appear, in an initial stage Synonym: developing Antonym: developed Sentence: He showed an incipient sense of direction as he navigated for two miles before getting lost.
(adjective) Definition: wishing evil or harm on another Synonym: evil Antonym: kind Sentence: The malevolent band of pirates took lots of money every time they plundered a ship.
(verb) Definition: to swoop down suddenly and grasp Synonym: leap Antonym: stay Sentence: The cat pounced at its prey in order to make a successful kill.
(verb) Definition: to regard with respect Synonym: admire Antonym: disregard Sentence: He was the most revered artist in the school due to his beautiful paintings.
(verb) Definition: to burn without flame or continue in a suppressed manner Synonym: burn Antonym: freeze Sentence: Hate smolders inside criminals who are forced to go to prison.
(adjective) Definition: thinly scattered or distributed Synonym: dispersed Antonym: condensed Sentence: Gas stations are sparse as one travels down expressways in the southwestern states.
(adjective) Definition: characterized by a ready and continuous flow of words Synonym: talkative Antonym: quiet Sentence: The teacher became rather voluble when the class began talking about the issue about which he was most passionate.