INELUCTABLE ADJECTIVE (in-i-luhk-tuh-buh-l) Cannot be stopped,escaped,or ignored. The other army was INELUCTABLE.
NASCENT Adjective (na-scent) Coming or having recently come into existence Starting to grow or develop-Just beginning We can all remember when common things or activities today, were NASCENT 10 years ago.
IMBROGLIO Noun (im-bro-glio) A misunderstanding or disagreement of a complicated nature. My neighbor’s court case turned into an IMBROGLIO of truths and lies.
CHIAROSCURO Noun (kee-ahr-uh-skyoo-r-oh) The distribution of light and shade in a picture. The artist used CHIAROSCURO with great effect in his paintings at his art exhibit.
CACHEPOT Noun (cache-pot) An ornamental receptacle to hold and usually conceal a flower pot. The word CACHEPOT means “to hide” Many people use CACHEPOTS on their front porch.
CAUSERIE Noun (koh-zuh-ree) An informal discussion or chat, especially of an intellectual nature. A small group met in the library weekly for a CAUSERIE get together.
MUNIFICENT Adjective (Mu-nif-i-cent) Very liberal in giving or bestowing donations The father of the prima ballerina at the dance school was a MUNIFICENT supporter of the school.
PUTATIVE ADJECTIVE (pyoo-tuh-tiv) Commonly accepted or supposed The PUTATIVE father of the baby was vindicated when the DNA test on Paternity court showed “you are not the father”
ABEYANCE Noun (abey-ance) An ABEYANCE is a temporary halt to something. The chairman asked whether the matter could be held in ABEYANCE and the committee agreed.
ALLUVIUM NOUN (al-lu-vi-um) A deposit of clay,silt,sand,and gravel left by flowing streams in a river valley or delta; typically producing fertile soil. His land consists of tracts made by ALLUVIUM soil.