|Cliche ||noun-a phrase that is no longer very effective or meaningful because of being used too often.|
|Commend ||verb-to speak of with approval; to praise.|
|Competent ||adjective-able to do something.|
|Deception ||noun-a trick or lie; something that deceives.
|Drudgery ||noun-dull, uninteresting work.|
|Erode ||verb-to wear away slowly.|
|Falter ||verb-to hesitate; to not go straight onward; to lose courage.|
|Hoard ||noun-a stored supply, often hidden.
verb-to store up for future use; to collect.|
|Intimidate ||verb-to frighten; to influence by fear.|
|Jubilian ||adjective-feeling great joy; filled with gladness and rojoicing; happy enough to shout.|
|Luscious ||adjective-delicious; extremely sweet and pleasing to any of the senses.|
|Offend ||verb-to cause someone to feel hurt or angry.|
|Retrieve ||verb-to get back; to recover.|
|Steadfast ||adjective-firm and unchanging belief. loyal; true.|
|Tact ||noun-the ability to deal with difficult situations without making people feel hurt or insulted.|