英文解释： adjective: conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry
例句： In giving Marcia a particular vociferous response, Paul caused people at every other table in the restaurant to turn around an look at them angrily.
英文解释： noun: the quality of talking or writing easily and continuously
例句： The professor's volubility knows no bounds; he could talk through a hurricane and elaborate a point from one St. Patrick's Day to the next.
英文解释： adjective: very hungry; approaching an activity with gusto
例句： Steven was a voracious reader, sometimes finishing two novels in the same day.
英文解释： adjective: lacking
例句： She did not think her vocabulary was wanting, yet there were so many words that inevitably she found a few she didn't know.
英文解释： adjective: without check or limitation; showing no moral restraints to one's anger, desire, or appetites
例句： Due to wanton behavior and crude language, the drunk man was thrown out of the bar and asked to never return.
英文解释： verb: to gradually increase in size or intensity
例句： Her enthusiasm for the diva’s new album only waxed with each song; by the end of the album, it was her favorite CD yet.
英文解释： adjective: determined by impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason
例句： Adults look to kids and envy their whimsical nature at times, wishing that they could act without reason and play without limitation.
英文解释： adjective: charming in a childlike or naive way
例句： She was winsome by nature, and many people were drawn to this free and playful spirit.
英文解释： noun: spirit of the times
例句： Each decade has its own zeitgeist—the 1990’s was a prosperous time in which the promise of the American Dream never seemed more palpable.
英文解释： noun: the highest point; culmination
例句： At the zenith of his artistic career, Elvis was outselling any other artist on the charts.