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Definition of mandatory, arrogant, blatant, devout, spirited, devious, primitive, ardent, nonchalant, somber

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Definition of mandatory (adjective)
forms: mandatory; more mandatory; most mandatory; less mandatory; least mandatory

expected; required; describing a duty

Examples
Serving in the army is mandatory in some countries.
It goes without saying that testing of the urine for glucose and ketones should be mandatory for all patients admitted with infarction and this should be continually charted for those found to be diabetic.

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Definition of arrogant (adjective)
forms: more arrogant; most arrogant; less arrogant; least arrogant

overly proud

Examples
His arrogant tones relating his accomplishments infuriated his peers.

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Definition of blatant (adjective)
forms: blatant; more blatant; most blatant; less blatant; least blatant

overly loud or offensively conspicuous

Examples
That is a blatant lie!
The existence of one education and one health service for the whole country reduces the obvious and blatant forms of inequality even if social class differences in opportunity survive substantially within it.

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Definition of devout (adjective)
forms: more devout; most devout; less devout; least devout

very religious

Examples
The parents had been devout Catholics all their lives.

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Definition of spirited (adjective)
forms: spirited; more spirited; most spirited; less spirited; least spirited

joyous and lively

Examples
She was a spirited individual that constantly helped the moral of her teammates.

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Definition of devious (adjective)
forms: more devious; most devious; less devious; least devious

indirect; sly

Examples
No one could trust Ted. He seemed too devious about everything he did.
Some researchers had become so daunted by the devious nature of the virus, which can hide within the cells of the body, that they felt a vaccine would be impossible.

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Definition of primitive (adjective)
forms: primitive; more primitive; most primitive; less primitive; least primitive

not civilized; crude

Examples
Racism is considered primitive thinking.

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Definition of ardent (adjective)
forms: more ardent; most ardent; less ardent; least ardent

passionate

Examples
He was an ardent student of classic literature.
Max Weber was an ardent nationalist whose political sociology was guided by the principle of the "primacy of the interests of the nation state", which he enunciated vigorously in his inaugural lecture at Freiburg in 1895; but he did not set himself to examine with any thoroughness the grounds of such "primacy".

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Definition of nonchalant (adjective)
forms: nonchalant; more nonchalant; most nonchalant; less nonchalant; least nonchalant

not excitable; very casual

Examples
The man was nonchalant even after hearing that his brother had died.
She begins to describe, in the most nonchalant tone of voice, the variety of hard and soft drugs: "I'm beginning to become familiar with them all, hashish, cannabis, heroin".

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Definition of somber (adjective)
forms: somber; more somber; most somber; less somber; least somber

gloomy and dark

Examples
The song had a somber, mournful tone that touched many people in the audience.

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