oriented a.showing the direction in which something is aimed
I am a very family oriented person.
every now and again adv.sometimes but not very often or regularly; occasionally
My father has a collection of magazines to which I return every now and then.
reside v.to live in a place
What about the people who reside in this country?
keep in touch v.to contact or communicate with someone
I keep in touch with my parents by emails.
pay a visit to v.to visit
I think I'll pay a visit to the hairdresser's while I'm in town.
update someone about something v.to tell someone the latest news about someone or something
We were sitting together and updating each other about our lives.
luxury of time n.excess time; plenty of free time
"But we have the luxury of time," he said.
bunch n.a number of things of the same type fastened or closely grouped together
They’re a nice bunch of people.
vibrant a.full of energy; lively
The hope is that this area will develop into a vibrant commercial center.
nothing but adv.only
They care for nothing but fighting.
nosy a.too interested in what other people are doing
She was complaining about her nosy relatives.
latter a.the second of two people, things
She offered me more money or a car and I chose the latter.
undeniably adv.certainly true
The opening chapters are undeniably powerful.
uncomfortable a.making you feel slightly embarrassed
The boy looked uncomfortable and out of place among the adults.
loathe v.to hate someone or something
From an early age the brothers have loathed each other.