英文解释： noun: hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; a universal solution
例句： While the company credit card has made most large purchases easier, it is no panacea: some smaller basic transactions still must be conducted in cash.
英文解释： noun: distinctive and stylish elegance
例句： Jim, with his typical panache, came to the wedding reception with a top hat, a cane, and a long cape covered in sequins.
英文解释： noun: a formal expression of praise
例句： Dave asked Andrew to do just a simple toast, but Andrew launched into a full panegyric, enumerating a complete list of Dave's achievements and admirable qualities.
英文解释： adjective: seemingly contradictory but nonetheless possibly true
例句： That light could be both a particle and a wave seems paradoxical, but nonetheless, it is true.
英文解释： "noun: model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal
noun: an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept"
例句： "Even with the rise of Kobe Bryant, many still believe that Michael Jordon is the paragon for basketball players.
Some say that Athens was the paragon of democracy, but these people often forget that slaves and women were still not allowed to vote."
英文解释： noun: an outcast
例句： The once eminent scientist, upon being found guilty of faking his data, has become a pariah in the research community.
英文解释： adjective: narrowly restricted in scope or outlook
例句： Jasmine was sad to admit it, but her fledgling relationship with Jacob did not work out because his culinary tastes were simply tooparochial; "After all," she quipped on her blog, "he considered Chef Boyardee ethnic food."
英文解释： adjective: extremely frugal; miserly
例句： Katie is so parsimonious that she only buys a pair of socks if all of her other socks have holes in them.
英文解释： noun: a person who has suddenly become wealthy, but not socially accepted as part of a higher class
例句： The theater was full of parvenus who each thought that they were surrounded by true aristocrats.
英文解释： adjective: relating to the countryside in a pleasant sense
例句： Those who imagine America's countryside as a pastoral region are often disappointed to learn that much of rural U.S. is filled with cornfields extending as far as the eye can see.