exhibit v.to show something publicly
We have exhibited many of his works at our gallery in recent years.
gallery n.a room or building that is used for showing works of art
He frequently exhibits at the art gallery.
explore v.to search and discover something
The best way to explore the countryside is on foot.
historical a.of or concerning history; concerning past events
Many important historical documents were destroyed when the library was bombed.
ancient a.of or from a long time ago, having lasted for a very long time
People have lived in this valley since ancient times.
biased a.showing an unreasonable like or dislike for a person based on personal opinions
The newspapers gave a very biased report of the meeting.
glimpse v.to see something or someone for a very short time or only partly
He glimpsed a figure standing in the shade.
The buses run less frequently on Sundays.
artifact n.an object, such as a tool, that was made in the past
The museum has artifacts dating back to prehistoric times.
artwork n.an object made by an artist, esp. a picture or statue
Her house comes with furniture and artwork.
atmosphere n.the air that you breathe in a place
A few plants in an office will improve the atmosphere.
immerse v.involve oneself deeply in a particular activity or interest
She immersed herself in her work.
integral a.necessary and important as a part of something
He's an integral part of the team and we can't do without him.
preserve v.to keep something as it is, especially to prevent it from decaying or being damaged or destroyed
We want to preserve the character of the town while improving the facilities.
invaluable a.extremely useful
Such data will prove invaluable for researchers.
foster v.to take care of a child, usually for a limited time, without being the child's legal parent
Would you consider fostering a child?
educational a.providing education or relating to education
The equipment could be used for a variety of educational purposes.
curiosity n.a strong desire to know or learn something
Filled with curiosity, she peered through the window.
creativity n.the ability to produce or use original and unusual ideas
Firms are keen to encourage creativity.
interactive a.involving communication between people
The museum has many interactive exhibits.
strengthen v.to make something stronger or more effective
His words strengthened my resolve.
critical a.saying that someone or something is bad or wrong
She is very critical of the way we bring up our children.
dynamic a.continuously changing or developing
The situation is dynamic and may change at any time.
appreciation n.the act of recognizing or understanding that something is valuable, important, or as described
She was grateful for the help and baked them a cake as a token of her appreciation.
inadequate a.not good enough or too low in quality
This work is woefully inadequate - you'll have to do it again.
virtually adv.nearly; almost
It would have been virtually impossible to research all the information.
attraction n.something that makes people want to go to a place or do a particular thing
The opportunity to travel is one of the main attractions of this job.
appealing a.attractive or interesting
He had a nice smile and an appealing personality.
vividly adv.in a way that is very brightly colored
They are usually dressed in vividly colored clothing.
amazed a.greatly surprised; astonished
I was amazed that he could remember me.
shield v.to protect someone or something
She held her hand above her eyes to shield them from the sun.
irreplaceable a.impossible to replace if lost or damaged
Some favorite old books are irreplaceable.
imperative a.extremely important or urgent
It's imperative to act now before the problem gets really serious.