Vivid - adj. Producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind. "Memories of that evening were still vivid." (21st May)

Constant - adj. Occurring continuously over a period of time. (14th May)

Community - noun A group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. (8th May)

Somniferous - adj. Whether it's a medication or a boring lecture, something somniferous makes you sleepy. (30th April)

Collaboration - noun The action of working with someone to produce something. "He wrote a book in collaboration with his son." (23rd April)

Attainment - noun The action or fact of achieving a goal towards which one has worked. "The attainment of corporate aims." (16th April)

Imminent - adj. About to happen. "They were in imminent danger of being swept away." (19th March)

Obliterate - To wipe out; delete. (12th March)

Enlighten - verb Give (someone) greater knowledge and understanding about a subject or situation. (19th February)

Clarify - Make (a statement or situation) less confused and more comprehensible. (15th January)

Assiduous - adj. Showing great care and perseverance. "She was assiduous in pointing out every feature." (8th January)

Anticipate - verb Regard as probable; expect or predict. (4th December)

Sustain - verb Strengthen or support physically or mentally. (27th November)

Infallible - adj. Incapable of making mistakes or being wrong. "Doctors are not infallible." (20th November)

Inclusive - adj. Including all. (13th November)

Substitution - noun The action of replacing someone or something with another person or thing. (6th November)

Vacate - verb Leave (a place that one previously occupied). "Rooms must be vacated by noon on the last day of your holiday." (2nd October)

Schedule - noun A plan for carrying out a process or procedure, giving lists of intended events and times. (25th September)

Dignified - adj. Having or showing a composed or serious manner that is worthy of respect. "She maintained a dignified silence." (18th September)

Exaggerate - verb Represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it really is. (10th September)

Flourishing - Developing rapidly and successfully; thriving. "A flourishing career." (4th September)

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