英文解释： adjective: having an unpleasant smell
例句： Some thermally active fountains spew sulfur fumes--the air around them is sometimes so malodorous that many have to plug their noses.
英文解释： adjective: suggesting war or military life
例句： Americans tend to remember Abraham Lincoln as kindly and wise, not at all martial, despite the fact that he was involved in the fiercest war America has even fought.
英文解释： noun: a strict disciplinarian
例句： The job seemed perfect to Rebecca, until she found out that her boss was a total martinet; after each project the boss would come by to scrutinize—and inevitably criticize—every little detail of the work Rebecca had done.
英文解释： adjective: overly emotional and sad
例句： Just as those who were alive during the 70’s are mortified that they once cavorted about in bellbottoms, many who lived during the 80’s are now aghast at the maudlin pop songs they used to enjoy—really, just what exactly is a total eclipse of the heart?
英文解释： "verb: wander aimlessly
verb: speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly"
例句： "Max liked to maunder down by the seaside and pick up whatever sea shells he would stumble upon.
After drinking two espressos each, the animated couple would maunder loudly, annoying the other patrons in the coffee shop."
英文解释： noun: someone who exhibits great independence in thought and action
例句： Officer Kelly was a maverick, rarely following police protocols or adopting the conventions for speech common among his fellow officers.
英文解释： adjective: overly sentimental to the point that it is disgusting
例句： The film was incredibly mawkish, introducing highly likeable characters only to have them succumb to a devastating illnesses by the end of the movie.
英文解释： noun: a short saying expressing a general truth
例句： Johnson initially suggests that the secret to business can be summarized in a single maxim but then requires a 300-page book to explain exactly what he means.
英文解释： verb: to wander aimlessly
例句： A casual observer might have thought that Peter was meandering through the city, but that day he was actually seeking out those places where he and his long lost love had once visited.
英文解释： noun: a deep, long-lasting sadness
例句： Hamlet is a figure of tremendous melancholy: he doesn't have a truly cheerful scene throughout the entire play.