|Aboriginal(Adjective)||Inhabiting or existing in a land from the earliest times or from before the arrival of colonists.||
||The Archaeologist found several aboriginal
artifacts at the dig site of the ancient city.
|Abound(Verb)||Exist in large numbers or amounts.||
||Local beers abound in the
neighborhood pub that is rumored to have some of the
best beverages in the world.
|Altruism(Noun)||Disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others.||
||Some may choose to work with
vulnerable elderly people out of altruism.
|Betrayal(Noun)||The Action of betraying one’s country, a group, or a person||
||The betrayals are harder
to get over than any physical injury.
|Caustic(Adjective)||Extremely sarcastic or critical.||
||Because my uncle was a mean man,
he took pleasure in making caustic
statements to people.
|Cloying(Verb)||Disgust or sicken (someone) with an excess of sweetness, richness, or sentiment.||
||Jill is no longer impressed by cloying
lines of devotion after having her heart broken countless times.
|Disposition(Noun)||A person’s inherent qualities of mind and character.||
||With her inquisitive disposition,
Sarah is an ideal candidate for the detective’s position.
|Manifestation(Noun)||The action or fact of showing something||
||To colonists, idiocy was a pitiable and
vulnerable condition, one more manifestation of God’s diverse creations.
||Reena talked about Romil incessantly.|
|Prospective(Adjective)||Expected or expecting to be the specified thing in the future||
||Prospective measures must be taken
to make sure that future investments do not fail like the current ones.