- EXUBERANT (adj)
- full of energy, excitement and happiness
- (of plants, etc.) strong and healthy; growing quickly and well
- We had an exuberant holiday in Perak since we have not spent our time together for a long time as we were very busy with our own work.
- Orchid plant, which my mother planted last week had an exuberant growth.
- EPIPHANY (n)
- Sudden and profound understanding of something.
- Christian celebration on January 6th that remembers when the Wise Man first saw Jesus.
- In my first grade, I experienced an epiphany that girls were always treated differently from the boys.
- In Italy, Italian celebrates epiphany on La Befana festival.
- TYRANT (n)
- An extremely oppressive, unjust, or cruel ruler.
- An absolute ruler who governs without restrictions, especially one who seized power illegally.
- An oppressive, harsh, arbitrary person
- The new rule that was enforced by the government was a tyrant and cruel enough for a low-profile family.
- My boss in the place where I am working is a tyrant.
- ROUSE (v)
- To wake (someone) up.
- To cause (someone) to be active, attentive, or excited; stir up.
- To give rise to; bring about.
- Auntie Sierra rouses her children every morning to get them prepare for their new day at school.
- Ahmad rouses when he knows that his family is going to a vacation somewhere in Paris .
- That book roused my curiosity about our Mother Earth.
- An acrobatic stunt in which the body rolls forward or backward in a complete revolution with the knees bent and the feet coming over the head. Also called somerset; also called regionally tumbleset.
- A complete reversal, as of sympathies or opinions.
- A well-known acrobatic is doing a somersault and she gets an overwhelming support from the audiences.
- She is a somersault as she keeps changing her opinions.