||Part of Speech
||examine in detail, typically for purposes of explanation and interpretation (analysis, analytical)
||Examine, scrutinize, evaluate
||Jake analyzed the game and realized there were several hidden easter eggs.
||secret or mysterious : known or understood by only a few people
||Mystic, esoteric, cryptic
||Common, evident, obvious
||Many fraternities have arcane practices about which only members know.
||a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent part of someone or something
||Feature, facet, quirk
||An attribute of a successful person is organization.
||logical and well-organized : easy to understand; able to talk or express yourself in a clear way that can be easily understood
||Logical, lucid, articulate, organized
||Irrational, confused, disordered
||Many of his speeches do not seem to be coherent, and therefore I do not understand what he is trying to say.
||entirely lacking or free from a usual, typical, or expected attribute
||Vacant, barren, vacuous
||Full, complete, abounding
||The madman was devoid of any scruples or conscience.
||spread out over a large area; not concentrated
||Dispersed, disseminated, scattered
||Concentrated, condensed, compressed
||The scent of apples diffused throughout the orchard.
His work was written in a diffuse and inelegant style.
||move or cause to move at a great speed, typically in an uncontrolled manner
||Rush, dart, lunge
||Linger, dawdle, creep
||Late again, Joe hurtled through the halls to his classroom.
||increasing gradually by regular degrees or additions
||Gradual, cumulative, progressive
||Sudden, abrupt, meteoric
||The incremental collection of my Pokemon has reached level 10 on Pokemon Go.
||incapable of being avoided or evaded
||Predestined, inexorable, inescapable
||Avoidable, preventable, unlikely
||The only thing in life that is inevitable is change.
||pleasure and sadness that is caused by remembering something from the past and wishing that you could experience it again
||Longing, reminiscence, wistfulness
||Unconcerned, apathetic, forward-looking
||Grandma often tells stories of her childhood when she is feeling nostalgia.
||think deeply or carefully about; embody or represent (something) in a faithful or appropriate way;
||Meditate, ponder, contemplate
||People who do not reflect on their mistakes are bound to repeat them.
|| of the highest quality or degree
||Excellent, sterling, consummate
||Inferior, mediocre, execrable
||The New England town meeting is a superlative example of grassroots democracy.