英文解释： noun: the quality of being different
例句： The cynic quipped, “There is not much variance in politicians; they all seem to lie”.
英文解释： adjective: highly or widely praised or boasted about
例句： For years, they had heard of New York City's vaunted skyline, and when they finally saw it, the spectacular cityscape did not disappoint them in the least.
英文解释： adjective: marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions
例句： While the other employees responded to the bad news in a measured way, Andrew responded in a vehement manner, tipping over his desk and shouting at the top of his lungs.
英文解释： noun: the condition of being susceptible to bribes or corruption
例句： Even some of the most sacred sporting events are not immune to venality, as many of the officials have received substantial bribes to make biased calls.
英文解释： noun: covering consisting of a thin superficial layer that hides the underlying substance
例句： Mark Twain referred to the Victorian Period in America as the "Gilded Age", implying the ample moral corruption that lay beneath a mere veneer of respectability.
英文解释： verb: to respect deeply
例句： The professor, despite his sleep-inducing lectures, was veneratedamongst his colleagues, publishing more papers yearly than all of his peers combined.
英文解释： adjective: easily excused or forgiven; pardonable
例句： His traffic violations ran the gamut from the venial to the egregious—on one occasion he simply did not come to a complete stop; another time he tried to escape across state lines at speeds in excess of 140 mph.
英文解释： adjective: truthful
例句： While we elect our leaders in the hope that every word they speak will be veracious, history has shown that such a hope is naive.
英文解释： noun: the appearance of truth
例句： All bad novels are bad for numerous reasons; all good novels are good for their verisimilitude of reality, placing the readers in a world that resembles the one they know.
英文解释： adjective: truthfully, without a doubt
例句： Frank is a veritable life-saver -- last year, on two different occasions, he revived people using CPR.