|Abet(Verb)||Encourage or Assist (someone) to do something wrong.||
||If you abet violence in your home, you should not be surprised if your children grow up to be abusers.|
accompanies or follows something.
||Puberty is the stage of life where adolescents begin to experience concomitant changes in their bodies, their emotions, and their view of their parents.|
|Damning(Adjective)||Strongly suggesting guilt or error.||
||She waved back, wondering how the most damning of them all was also the only who seemed anywhere able to feel sympathy.|
|Fitful(Adjective)||Active or occurring spasmodically or intermittently; not regular or steady.||
||Because the weather has been
fitful lately, we are not sure if our outdoor wedding is going to take place.
|Foist(Verb)||Impose an unwelcome or
unnecessary person or thing on.
||The government has decided to foist yet another tax increase on the public.|
|Histrionic(Noun)||Melodramatic behavior designed to attract attention.||
||Whenever the spoiled toddler does not get her way, she begins to yell in a histrionic manner.|
|Holistic(Adjective)||Relating to or
rather than with
||Under the project guidelines, the student educators must create a holistic lesson that makes use of all five senses.|
|Intransigent(Adjective)||Unwilling or refusing to change one’s views or to agree about something.||
||When it came to their willingness to extend my curfew, my parents were intransigent and would not budge.|
||The play was slated by the critics.|
|Procure(Verb)||Obtain (something), especially with care or effort||
||You may have to barter with Jim to procure the essential supplies you need|