|Condone (Verb)||To accept or allow behaviour that is wrong||
||If the government is seen to
will never stop.
|Dissonance (Noun)||Disagreement between people||
||There is a great deal of dissonance between what a liar says and does.|
|Flawless (Adjective)||Perfect or without mistakes||
||The countdown was
and the space missile went off exactly on schedule.
|Frugal (Adjective)||Simple and plain and costing little.||
||He built up his savings by being very frugal.|
|Ignorance (Noun)||Lack of knowledge, understanding,
or information about something
||The man’s ignorance
of all things political caused him to appear foolish when he tried to talk politics.
|Imbibe (Verb)||To drink||
||If I imbibe too much soda, I find that I am troubled with extreme bouts of hiccupping.|
|Impeccable (Adjective)||Perfect, with no problems or bad parts||
||Even in her own lands,
the matriarch’s rank had to be
to allow her to speak.
|Meager (Adjective)||Very small or not enough||
||Her meager salary is not enough to pay her living expenses.|
|Onset (Noun)||The moment at which something unpleasant begins||
||The new treatment can delay the onset of the disease by several years.|
|Risible (Adjective)||Lacking in quality or usefulness that it deserves to be laughed at||
||She’s been making risible attempts to learn the trumpet.|