1. DEXTERITY (NOUN)
Meaning ➩ skill at doing things, especially with your hands.
Synonyms ➩ adroitness, agility, nimbleness
2. VANISH (VERB)
Meaning ➩ Disappear suddenly and completely.
Synonyms ➩ Disappear, Fade, Be lose to sight, Go away
3. DEVOLVE (VERB)
Meaning ➩ To give a duty, responsibility, power, etc
Synonyms ➩ Give, transfer, hand down, grant
4. CONSTRAINED (ADJ)
Meaning ➩ not natural; forced or too controlled.
Synonyms ➩ forced. strained, inhibited, restrained
5. AUGMENT (VERB)
Meaning ➩ Make (something) greater by adding to it.
Synonyms ➩ Increase, Supplement, Expand, Multiply, Compound
6. HASSLE (VERB)
Meaning ➩ To annoy someone, especially by asking them many times to do something.
Synonyms ➩ Harass, Bother, Pester, Nag, Chivvy
7. HICCUP (NOUN)
Meaning ➩ A temporary or minor problem or setback.
Synonyms ➩ Interruption, hitch, Glitch, Holdup, Hindrance
8. GROTESQUE (ADJ)
Meaning ➩ Strange and unpleasant, especially in a silly or slightly frightening way.
Synonyms ➩ Strange, Bizarre, Incongruous, Shocking
9. GARGANTUAN (ADJECTIVE) : enormous
Synonyms: massive, huge
Tigers and lions have a gargantuan appetite.
10. COMPLACENT (ADJECTIVE): smug
Synonyms: self-satisfied, self-approving
You can't afford to be complacent about security.
11. SLOPPY (ADJECTIVE) :careless
Synonyms: slapdash, slipshod
We gave away a goal through sloppy defending.
12. OFFENSIVE (ADJECTIVE): insulting
Synonyms: rude, derogatory
The allegations made are deeply offensive to us.
13. FLAWED (ADJECTIVE): unsound
Synonyms: defective, faulty
It was absolutely a fatally flawed strategy.
14 .HUDDLE (VERB): crowd
Synonyms: gather, throng
They huddled together for ensuring warmth.
15. AMBITIOUS (ADJECTIVE): aspiring
Synonyms: determined, forceful
She is a typical ambitious workaholic.
16. INNATE (ADJECTIVE) :inborn
Synonyms: natural, inbred
Her innate capacity for organization.
17. DISPENSE (VERB) : waive
Synonyms: omit, drop
Let's dispense with the formalities, shall we?"
18. BARBARIC (ADJECTIVE) :cruel
Synonyms: brutal, barbarous
He carried out barbaric acts in the name of war.