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  1. To have fun
    • frolic
    • verb- 
    • to play in a frisky, light-hearted manner, to have fun

    Ex. 

    The children were frolicking in the snow.

    Phoney ducks frolic  in pseudo-streams that babble beside imitation cobbled   streets.

    Rats are finding it to be the perfect spot to frolic .

    Visitors can frolic  in the snow and bring snowballs back down the mountain.
  2. lamentable; wretched
    • Deplorable:
    • (1) causing grief, lamentable
    • (2) very bad, wretched, causing or being subject of censure/reprimand

    Ex. 

    The deplorable death of a friend.

    You have deplorable manners!

    This room is in deplorable order.

    Their rhetoric and tactics were deplorable , but the end result is constructive.

    Compared with such a tyranny, every other seemed less deplorable .

    She suffered deplorable suffering
  3. Inscribe
    • Emblazon:
    • to conspicuously inscribe something or to display something, to show off

    Ex. 

    Why can an individual tattoo wording on his arm,but not emblazon  it on his shirt.

    Their leather jackets all emblazoned with a purple celtic cross show them most likely to own the bikes upfront.

    A professional approach our distinctive yellow polo shirts emblazoned with ' ask me about scouting ' prove a real hit.
  4. Huge
    • Gargantuan:
    • huge, enormous, gigantic

    Ex. 

    A gargantuan task.

    It is a vast, colossal, gargantuan  improvement over messing around with pouring   batches of hot liquid into a blender.
  5. Turbulent
    • Tempestuous
    • stormy, turbulent, tumultuous 

    Ex. 

    We had a tempestuous relationship.

    Her parents seem to have had a tempestuous marriage.

    The start of the 20th century was a tempestuous period in history. 

    The moon had been up for some time, but had been quite concealed by tempestuous  clouds.

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