affection n.a feeling of liking for a person or place
He had a deep affection for his aunt.
souvenir n.something you buy or keep to help you remember a holiday or special event
We brought back a few souvenirs from our holiday in Mexico.
precious a.of great value because of being rare, expensive, or important
The museum is full of rare and precious treasures.
cherish v.to keep hopes, memories, or ideas in your mind because they are important to you and bring you pleasure
We cherish the many memories we have of our dear mother.
widely adv.including a lot of different people or subjects, etc.
This theory is no longer widely accepted.
farewell n.an occasion when someone says goodbye
We said our sad farewells and got on the bus.
suitable a.acceptable or right for someone or something
The film is not suitable for children.
handmade a.made by someone using their hands rather than by using a machine
Handmade products are becoming increasingly popular.
bracelet n.a piece of jewelry that is worn around the wrist or arm
She has some bracelets in her jewelry box that she never wears.
It's a bit pricey but the food is wonderful.
accessory n.something added to a machine or to clothing that has a useful or decorative purpose
Sunglasses are much more than a fashion accessory.
diverse a.including many different types of people or things
New York is a very culturally diverse city.
spiritual a.relating to deep feelings and beliefs, especially religious beliefs
It was a spiritual communion that he found with her.
obstacle n.something that blocks your way so that movement or progress is prevented or made more difficult
We suddenly encountered an obstacle along the trail.
convey v.to express a thought, feeling, or idea so that it is understood by other people
No report can convey the unspeakable suffering that this war has caused.
forgiveness n.the act of forgiving or the willingness to forgive
She is quick to ask forgiveness when she has overstepped the line.
monetary a.relating to the money in a country
The monetary unit of the UK is the pound.
We had a reasonable journey.
decent a.of an acceptable standard; satisfactory
People need decent homes.
construe v.to understand the meaning, especially of other people's actions and statements, in a particular way
His words could hardly be construed as an apology.
stingy a.unwilling to give or spend
He's really stingy and never buys anyone a drink when we go out.
connote v.mean, imply
To me, chocolate connotes pleasure and indulgence.
remarkable a.unusual or special and therefore surprising and worth mentioning
She has remarkable powers of observation.
luxurious a.very comfortable and expensive
They have a very luxurious house.
catalog v.to record something, especially in a list
Many plants become extinct before they have even been cataloged.