|Accommodate: Be agreeable or acceptable to
|His parents were very accommodating.
|Attest: Authenticate, affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, as in an official capacity
|The painting was attested by the appraiser.
|Barometer: An indicator
|Opinion polls serve as a barometer of the public mood.
|Component: An artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up
|Their company was famous for manufacturing car components.
|Crave: Have a craving, appetite, or great desire for
|He had a craving for adventure.
|Deem: Keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view
|He said he would use force if he deemed it necessary.
|Deploy: To distribute systematically or strategically
|The U.S. deploys its weapons in the Middle East.
|Evaluate: Evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of
|The king got the family jewels evaluated by a renowned jeweler.
|Hoax: Something intended to deceive
|There wasn’t a bomb in the school at all –it was just a hoax.
|Irrelevant: Having no bearing on or connection with the subject at issue
|She was disturbed by his irrelevant comments.
|Modify: Make less severe or harsh or extreme
|Please modify this letter to make it more polite.
|Murky: Dark or gloomy
|The murky rooms of the inn were lit by smoke-blackened lamps.
|Resourceful: Having inner resources; adroit or imaginative
|He was the most resourceful cook in town.
|Abortive: Failing to accomplish an intended result
|The staff made an abortive attempt to prevent the manager from taking office.
|Enigma: Something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained
|This country remained an enigma for the outside world.
|Fallacious: Intended to deceive
|Their argument is fallacious and will not hold any water in a court of law.
|Fraught: Marked by distress
|He embarked on a venture fraught with danger.
|Gullible: Easily tricked because of being too trusting
|Gullible tourists were taken in by the shell game.
|Impeccable: Without fault or error
|Her taste in clothes is impeccable.
|Inherent: In the nature of something though not readily apparent
|He had an inherent hatred of foreigners.
|Latent: Potentially existing but not presently
|She had a latent talent for music.
|Manifold: Many and varied; having many features or forms
|He had to overcome manifold difficulties before qualifying for the job.
|Perpetrate: Perform an act, be responsible for something
|He perpetrated a nasty joke on his sister.
|Romp: Play boisterously
|The toddlers romped in the playroom.
|Spontaneous: Happening or arising without apparent external cause
|His offer to help the blind man was very spontaneous.
|Assiduous: Marked by care and persistent effort
|Her assiduous attempts to learn French failed.
|Buff: An ardent follower and admirer
|He is a real film buff.
|Concoct: Devise or invent
|The prisoner concocted a false story to get a lighter sentence.
|Conjugal: Of or relating to marriage or to the relationship between a wife and husband
|Due to the sadist behaviour of the husband, the conjugal bliss they once shared was at an end.
|Consummate: Make perfect; bring to perfection
|Her dream was finally consummated by the publication of her first book.
|Exult: Feel extreme happiness or elation
|He is still exulting over his victory.
|Innate: Being talented through inherited qualities
|As a race they have an innate sense of fairness.
|Itinerant: Travelling from place to place to work
|The author’s experiences as an itinerant musician were very interesting.
|Labyrinth: A maze
|There was a labyrinth of corridors in the university.
|Myriad: Too numerous to be counted
|There were myriad of bees in the hive.
|Peregrination : Travelling or wandering around
|Their wild peregrinations up and down the Rio Grande were the talk of the town.
|Subterfuge: A deceptive stratagem or device, ruse
|The paltry subterfuge of an anonymous signature diverted the attention of everyone.
|Tortuous: Highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious
|It was a tortuous mountain route.
|Urbane: Showing a high degree of refinement
|She maintained an urbane tone in her letters.
|Veneer: An ornamental coating to a building
|The bath panels were fitted with a mahogany veneer.