adj. of large scope; covering or involving much; inclusive
His face was a road map of emotion, traveling from puzzled, to comprehensive and then on to frustration.
v. to prepare or make by combining ingredients, especially in cookery
I hung up before he could concoct some other scheme.
Noun. an expression of sympathy with another's grief
He sent a message of condolence to his friend's family.
Verb. excuse, overlook, or make allowances for; be lenient with
He cannot condone the use of violence in homes and schools.
adj. feeling or showing sorrow and remorse for a sin or shortcoming
n. a confusing or difficult problem
Ex. Myriad archaeologists provided different answer to the conundrum of how ancient people were able to build such massive structures without the benefit of today's knowledge and technology, but there had not yet a fixed answer.
1. spacious and convenient; roomy
The commodious house had plenty of space for the children to play.
2. ample or adequate for a particular purpose
The artist worked in a commodious studio.
a feeling of quiet pleasure or security often while unaware of some potential danger, defect,or the like; self-satisfaction or smug satisfactionwith an existing situation, condition, etc.
He was lured into complacency and wasn't aware of the danger he was in.
1. to secretly help someone do something dishonest or illegal
The politician connived with the official to sell state documents.
1. any one of the people who live and vote in an area : a member of a constituency
The senator received calls from constituents who supported the bill.
2. one of the parts that form something
The secret ingredient constituents of the delicious dish.
n. the act of creating something by compounding or mixing a variety of components.
The architectural confection of western and eastern attracts the tourists.
happening at the same time as something else
Mr. Tang's power expands again with the concomitant growth of his dog
Luka. They are called "Luvengers" together.
formal : a state in which people or things agree with each other and exist together in a peaceful way
Ex. Mr. Tang and Luka live in a peace and concord.
1. Compel or force (someone) to follow a particular course of action
The prisoners were constrained to hang themselves on the trees.
A region of injured tissue or skin in which blood capillaries have been ruptured; a bruise
Majot types of injuries are contusions when relating to sports.
Formal or official praise:the film deserved the highest commendation
Corresponding in size or degree; in proportion:salary will be commensurate with age and experience
adj. If two events or situations are contemporaneous, they happen or exist during the same period of time.
Ex: The confession was not a precise record taken down contemporaneously during the interview.
the quality of agreeing
e.x: They have reached congruity on solving the tax problem.
v. To contravene a law or rule means to do something that is forbidden by the law or rule.
Ex: The government has lent millions of pounds to debt-ridden banks in contravention of local banking laws.