- (adjective) showing too much self-importance or self-worth; overbearing pride
Many political and business leaders are very arrogant.
- (verb) to hope or dream; especially to hope or work towards a profession or occupation
Pinocchio aspired to become a real boy.
- (verb) force, constrain or coerce; sway
The soldiers were compelled to fight in the war.
- (adjective) short, brief, not verbose; clear and succinct
Please write a concise essay on the meaning of life.
- (noun) a false impression, something that seems to be something that it is not
The magician seems to saw his assistant in half, but it is just an illusion.
- (verb) establish or apply by authority; force something on someone; selfishly bother
The government imposes taxes on the poor to pay for social programs for the rich.
- (adjective)easygoing, lax, tolerant of deviation, permissive, not strict
The teacher accused Bobby's parents of being too lenient with Bobby.
- (noun) a possible threat or danger
Leaders with too much power can become a menace to the world.
- (noun) a person new to an activity, a beginner
You are pretty good for a novice.
- (adjective) open and observable; not secret or concealed
The politician's disregard for the law was quite overt.