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n. coming or arriving 出現；到來
The advent of the country's national day brought excitement to everyone.
adj. accidental; coming by chance 偶然的
After an adventitious meeting in a pub, Max and Vera became lifelong friends.
同義詞：fortuitous; contingent; casual
adj. .stubborn; not obeying 頑固的；不服從命令的
The lieutenant's contumacious actions led to a court-martial hearing of his case
反義詞：obedient; acquiescent; compliant; resigned
v. to come together (for a meeting); to form ( a meeting ) 開會；召開
The economic summit between the four countries will convene at the newly-built convention center.
同義詞：summon; convoke; assemble
adj. empty; lacking 缺乏的
Mr.Westin's building report is completely devoid of any reference to the dispute we had with the construction company.
同義詞：deficient; void; scanty
反義詞：sufficient; adequate; replete
v. to free someone from false ideas 矯正
Dr. Palin's presentation on AIDS disabused the students of any incorrect notions about the transmission of the disease.
同義詞：amend; rectify; redress
v. to withdraw; to leave empty 撤退；撤離
Everyone was evacuated from the building after the police received an anonymous bomb threat.
adj. quickly fading 很快消失的
Her evanescent dreams of being a ballerina faded with her childhood.
n. bad luck; misfortune 不幸；災難
Sharon never rented a car again after her misadventure with a rented car in Chicago.
同義詞：disaster; calamity; catastrophe; mishap
n. disturbance; trouble 擾亂；不安
The alarming rate at which taxes were increasing created much perturbation among the common people.
n. act of reading carefully 細讀；閱讀
Our company has some literature which can be sent to you for your perusal.
adj. swelling; swollen 腫脹的
The child's tumescent abdomen and stick-like limbs were signs of severe malnutrition.
adj. 1. swollen 腫脹的 2. bombastic 浮夸的
Leon and his sister were disappointed with Christopher's tumid style of writing.
同義詞：1. dilated 2. inflated; pompous
adj. muddy; not clear 混濁不清的
The turbid water of the river did not look inviting to any of the swimmers.
反義詞：clear; limpid; lucid
n. violence; disorder 動亂；騷動
The king ordered his guards to investigate the turbulence in the courtyard.
同義詞：commotion; uproar; tumult
n. lending money at a high rate of interest 高利貸
Many Mafia organizations raise funds through usury.
adj. empty; inane 空虛的；愚蠢的
I can't believe Ted left his girlfriend Alice for such a vacuous aerobics instructor.
同義詞：vacant; shallow; superficial
adj. conceited; showy 自負的；炫耀的
The knight's vainglorious claim of having saved the village by killing an evil dragon was met with the laughter of the villagers.
反義詞：humble; modest; meek
adj. daring 大膽的；冒險的
Our expedition leader's venturous spirit was contagious, and soon we all shared his enthusiasm.
adj. true; honest 誠實的
As one of the few veracious judges in the district, Judge Watson was widely respected by the citizens of the town.
反義詞：deceptive; deceitful; dishonest
adv. word for word 逐字地
For our American history class, everyone had to memorize the Declaration of Independence and recite in verbatim.
同義詞：literally; literatim; to the letter
n. pompous array of words 冗詞；冗長
As your paper was filled with meaningless verbiage, her teacher explained, "I want you to write it over."
反義詞：brevity; concision; terseness
adj. using more words than are needed 冗長的
We all found the author's verbose style of prose confusing and ultimately boring.
同義詞：wordy; diffuse; prolix
反義詞：concise; laconic; terse; pithy
n. decision in a law case 判決
After several hours of deliberation, the jury announced its verdict.
n. truth 真實；真理
The police questioned the verity of the suspect's statement.