Absorption - the state of being engrossed in something.
immersion, involvement, engrossment
Accentuate - make more noticeable or prominent.
heighten, stress, emphasize
advent - the arrival of a notable person or thing.
arrival, appearance, emergence,
Adventure - an unusual and exciting or daring experience.
exploit, escapade, deed
Agitate - make (someone) troubled or nervous.
upset, perturb, fluster, ruffle
Altercation - a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
argument, quarrel, squabble
Alternative - available as another possibility or choice.
possible, substitute, replacement;
Amend - make minor changes to revise, alter, change,
Aniota - an extremely small amount.
bit, mite, speck, scrap
Anoint - smear or rub with oil, typically as part of a religious ceremony.
smear with oil, rub with oil, apply oil to
Appetite - a natural desire to satisfy a bodily need, especially for food.
craving, longing, yearning,
Arid - having little or no rain; too dry or barren to support vegetation.
dreary, dull, drab
Avert - turn away
prevent, stop, avoid
Avid - having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for something.
keen, eager, enthusiastic,
Basis - the underlying support or foundation for an idea, argument, or process.
starting point, base, point of departure
Bifurate - divide into two branches or forks.
Buoyant - able or tending to keep afloat or rise to the top of a liquid or gas.
able or tending to keep afloat or rise to the top of a liquid or gas.
Candid - truthful and straightforward; frank.
frank, outspoken, forthright,
Cease - come or bring to an end.
conclude, terminate, finish,
Cellar - a room below ground level in a house, often used for storing wine or coal.
basement, vault, crypt,
Collocated- place side by side or in a particular relation.
Conceited-excessively proud of oneself; vain.
vain, narcissistic, pleased with oneself
Concerned - worried, troubled, or anxious.
worried, anxious, disturbed,
concerted - jointly arranged or carried out; coordinated.
cooperative, interactive, synergetic
Concise - giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive.
incisive, short and sweet, crisp; More
Contagious - spread from one person or organism to another, typically by direct contact.
infectious, communicable, transmittable
Crediblity - the quality of being trusted and believed in.
dependability, integrity, character
Credulity - a tendency to be too ready to believe that something is real or true.
gullibility, gullibleness, naivety.
Deceive - deliberately cause (someone) to believe something that is not true
swindle, defraud, cheat,
Deride - express contempt for; ridicule.
ridicule, mock, jeer at
Disparity - a great difference.
discrepancy, inconsistency, imbalance
Dispatch - send off to a destination or for a purpose.
mail, ship, freight
Egalitarian - believing in or based on the principle that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities.
Elusive - difficult to find, catch, or achieve.
Employ - give work to (someone) and pay them for it.
hire, engage, recruit,
Endorse - declare one's public approval or support of.
countersign, sign on the back, initial,
enclousure - an area that is surrounded by a barrier.
paddock, fold, pen,
Exhaust - make (someone) feel very tired.
overtire, overtax, fatigue
Faux pas - an embarrassing or tactless act or remark in a social situation.
gaffe, blunder, mistake;
Ferocious - savagely fierce, cruel, or violent.
fierce, savage, wild
Fickle - changing frequently, especially as regards one's loyalties or affections.
capricious, changeable, variable.
Furious - extremely angry.
enraged, raging, infuriated,
Generic - characteristic of or relating to a class or group of things; not specific.
common, collective, inclusive
Ghoulish - morbidly interested in death or disaster.
macabre, grisly, gruesome,
gigantic - of very great size or extent; huge or enormous.
huge, enormous, vast,
Hate - intense dislike.
Hinder - make it difficult for (someone) to do something or for (something) to happen.
foil, baffle, curb
Historic - famous or important in history, or potentially so.
famous, important, significant
Honest - free of deceit; truthful and sincere.
truthful, sincere, candid,
Humorous - causing laughter and amusement; comic.
amusing, funny, entertaining
Hymns - a religious song or poem of praise to God or a god.
religious song, anthem
Ineluctable - unable to be resisted or avoided; inescapable.
Infer - deduce or conclude (something) from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements.
Intent - determined to do (something).
bent, set, determined,