talkative a.fond of or given to talking
The talkative driver hadn't stopped chatting.
mature a.fully developed physically; full-grown
She was now a mature woman.
paranormal a.impossible to explain by known natural forces or by science
A mystic who can prove he has paranormal powers.
cartoon n.in art, a drawing made especially in preparation for a painting
He's the creator of a successful cartoon series.
fashion n.a style that is popular at a particular time, especially in clothes, hair, make-up, etc.
She always wears the latest fashions.
extroverted a.outgoing and socially confident
She is extroverted, confident, and gives rousing lectures.
affair n.a matter or situation that causes strong public feeling, usually of moral disapproval
The whole affair does not reflect well on the government.
horror n.an extremely strong feeling of fear and shock, or the frightening and shocking character of something
Children screamed in horror.
captivating a.holding your attention by being extremely interesting, exciting, pleasant, or attractive
Her voice was absolutely captivating.
conscious a.awake, thinking, and knowing what is happening around you
He's still conscious but he's very badly injured.
convincing a.able to make you believe that something is true or right
The end of the book wasn't very convincing.
compare v.to examine or look for the difference between two or more things
That seems expensive - have you compared prices in other shops?
brutally adv.in a way that is likely to hurt someone's feelings or offend people
"It's your own fault," he said brutally.
embarrassed a.feeling ashamed or shy
I was too embarrassed to admit that I was scared.
hesitate v.to pause before you do or say something, often because you are uncertain or nervous about it
If you need anything, don’t hesitate to call me.
habitually adv.by way of habit; customarily
They habitually lie and seem incapable of empathy or remorse.
stick v.to put something somewhere, especially in a not very careful way
She stuck her fingers in her ears so that she couldn't hear the noise.
seldomly adv.not often; rarely
She has another sister, Sandra, but I seldomly see her.
randomly adv.in a way that happens, is done, or is chosen by chance rather than according to a plan
Interviewees were chosen randomly.
improve v.make or become better
I thought the best way to improve my French was to live in France.
critically adv.in a way that is very bad or serious
They were both critically injured in the accident.
diligently adv.in a way that is careful and uses a lot of effort
She diligently completed each task she was given.