(adj.) wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satisfied by excessive indulgence.)
The wilted handclasp and the fast-melting smile mark the jaded refugee from too many parties.
(adj.) Causing shock, horror, or revulsion; sensational; pale or sallow in color; terrible or passionate in intensity or lack of restraint.
The man had a lurid expression on his face after being fired.
(adj.) Worthy, deserving recognition and praise.
The congressman received a meritorious applause from the crowd after creating the new homeless shelters.
(adj.) peevish, annoyed by trifles, easily irritated and upset.
Children may become Petulant when they don;t get enough sleep.
(n.) A special right or privilege; a special quality showing excellence.
The longer you work at the same company the more prerogatives you may receive.
(adj.) Pertaining to an outlying area; local; narrow in mind or outlook, countrified in the sense of being limited and backward; of a simple, plain design that originated in the countryside.
(n.) A person with a narrow point of view; a person from an outlying area; a soldier from a province or colony.
The ford model T was once a provincial luxury owned only by the elite.
A Provincial immigrant may find themselves lost in American society.
(V.) To make a pretense of, imitate; to show the outer signs of.
A movie may try to simulate what someone is experiencing.
(V.) To rise above and beyond, exceed.
A good leader must transcend above his popularity and lead from what is right.
(n.) shade cast by trees; foliage giving shade; and overshadowing influence or power; offense, resentment; a vague suspicion.
The author sat under the umbrage of the tree to day-dream of new ideas.
(adj.) excessively smooth or smug; trying too hard to give an expression of earnestness, sincerity, or piety; fatty, oily; pliable.
The sales representative tried to make an unctuous impression on my mother, who was interested in buying a new car.