英文解释： adjective: favorable, the opposite of sinister
例句： Despite an auspicious beginning, Mike’s road trip became a series of mishaps, and he was soon stranded and penniless, leaning against his wrecked automobile.
英文解释： "adjective: practicing self-denial
adjective: unadorned in style or appearance
adjective: harsh in manner of temperament"
例句： "His lifestyle of revelry and luxurious excess could hardly be called austere.
Late Soviet architecture, although remaining largely austere, moved into experimental territory that employed previously unused shapes and structures.
The principal of my elementary school was a cold, austere woman; I could never understand why she chose to work with children."
英文解释： "adjective: characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty
adjective: offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power"
例句： "The last true autocratic country is certainly North Korea; nowhere does a leader exercise the absolute control over all aspects of a people the way that Kim Jong-un does.
The manager was finally fired for his autocratic leadership, which often bordered on rude and offensive."
英文解释： adverb: In an autonomous or self-governing manner.
例句： Many of the factory workers are worried about being replaced by machines and computers that will work completely autonomously.
英文解释： noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)
例句： The Spanish conquistadors were known for their avarice, plundering Incan land and stealing Incan gold.
英文解释： adjective: excessively greedy
例句： Since avaricious desire is similar to gluttony or lust--sins of excess--it was listed as one of the seven deadly sins by the Catholic church.
英文解释： "verb: turn away
verb: ward off or prevent"
例句： "Afraid to see the aftermath of the car crash, I averted my eyes as we drove by.
The struggling videogame company put all of its finances into one final, desperate project to avert bankruptcy."
英文解释： adjective: marked by active interest and enthusiasm
例句： Martin is an avid birdwatcher, often taking long hikes into remote mountains to see some rare eagle.
英文解释： verb: to pester
例句： Badgered by his parents to find a job, the 30-year-old loafer instead joined a gang of itinerant musicians.
英文解释： adjective: threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
例句： Movies often use storms or rain clouds as a baleful omen of evil events that will soon befall the main character.