reality n.the state of things as they actually exist
He refuses to face reality.
The colours almost match but not quite.
enjoy v.to get pleasure from the situation that you are in
Time passes so quickly when you're enjoying yourself.
relive v.to remember an experience clearly
She and I like to reminisce and relive the good-old days.
appear v.to seem
It appears to me we need to make some changes.
near adv.not far away in time
As the date of his operation drew near, he became more and more anxious.
adulthood n.the state of being an adult
When she reached adulthood, she moved away from home.
experienced a.having knowledge or skill in a job or activity
We are looking for experienced truck drivers.
recognise v.acknowledge the existence
He was recognized as an international authority.
dynamic a.having a lot of ideas and enthusiasm
Jones favours a dynamic, hands-on style of management.
personality n.the type of person you are, which is shown by the way you behave, feel, and think
He has a dynamic personality, makes excellent decisions, and is a true leader.
relaxed a.free from tension and anxiety
At the press conference, he sounded at his most relaxed.
predict v.to say that an event or action will happen in the future
I cannot predict what will happen next year.
intriguing a.very interesting because of being unusual
She has a really intriguing personality.
confident a.being certain of your abilities
Be a bit more confident in yourself!
vastly adv.to an extremely great degree or extent
Train and ferry services were vastly reduced.
ponder v.think about something carefully
I'm continually pondering how to improve the team.
mature a.fully developed and balanced in their personality
You and I are mature, freethinking adults.
independent a.not taking help or money from other people
I've always been financially independent.
insecure a.lack confidence
Most mothers are insecure about their performance as mothers.
embrace v.to accept something with great interest or enthusiasm
He has wholeheartedly embraced life in Japan.
ageless a.never looking old or appearing to grow old
She was rich, beautiful and seemingly ageless.
mindset n.a person's way of thinking and their opinions
We have to change people's mindsets and motivate them.
re-energize v.to inject with energy again
The injury required a period of rest and an intensive round of physical therapy, during which time she was able to reassess, re-energize and reorganize her life.
vibrant a.full of life, energy, and enthusiasm
Tom felt himself being drawn towards her vibrant personality.
inevitable a.certain to happen
War was inevitable.
priority n.something that is considered more important than other matters
The safety of the country takes priority over any other matter.
behave v.to be good by acting in a way that has society's approval
Let's stay calm and try to behave like responsible adults.
physically adv.things are connected with a person's body, rather than with their mind
Physical activity promotes good health.
mentally adv.relating to the process of thinking
I think you are mentally tired.
obsessed a.unable to stop thinking about something
The kids are obsessed with video games.
relevant a.related to a subject or to something happening or being discussed
We turned over relevant documents to the investigating team.
inclination n.a person's natural tendency
He was free to follow his inclinations.
interact v.to communicate with or react to each other
He does not interact well with the other students.