英文解释： verb: deeply hurt the feelings of; distress
例句： The teacher was fired for lacerating a student who wrote a poor essay.
英文解释： adjective: showing sorrow
例句： Lachrymose and depressed, Alexei Alexandrovich walked two miles home in the rain after learning that his wife was having an affair.
英文解释： adjective: one who says very few words
例句： While Martha always swooned over the hunky, laconic types in romantic comedies, her boyfriends inevitably were very talkative—and not very hunky.
英文解释： verb: criticize severely or angrily
例句： Showing no patience, the manager utterly lambasted the sales team that lost the big account.
英文解释： verb: ridicule with satire
例句： Mark Twain understood that lampooning a bad idea with humor was the most effective criticism.
英文解释： adjective: not inclined towards physical exertion or effort; slow and relaxed
例句： As the sun beat down and the temperature climbed higher, we spent a languid week lying around the house.
英文解释： verb: become feeble
例句： Stranded in the wilderness for four days, the hiker languished, eating protein bars and nuts.
英文解释： noun: extreme generosity and giving
例句： Uncle Frank was known for his largess, so his nephew was sad when he did not receive a present for his birthday.
英文解释： adjective: lecherous; sexually perverted
例句： Lolita is a challenging novel for many, not necessarily because of the elevated prose style but because of the depravity of the main character, Humbert Humbert, who, as an old, lascivious man, falls in love with a girl.
英文解释： adjective: worthy of high praise
例句： To say that Gandhi's actions were laudable is the greatest understatement; he overthrew an empire without violence.