英文解释： verb: damage the good name and reputation of someone
例句： The prince's distasteful choice of words besmirched not only his own name, but the reputation of the entire royal family.
英文解释： "adjective: strongly affectionate towards
adjective: very drunk"
例句： "Even though her father did not approve, Juliet became besotted with the young Romeo.
Never before have I seen my mom so besotted, and honestly, I hope it's the last time she drinks so much."
英文解释： verb: to reveal or make known something, usually unintentionally
例句： With the gold medal at stake, the gymnast awaited his turn, his quivering lip betraying his intense emotions.
英文解释： adjective: irritable; always angry
例句： Rex was bilious all morning, and his face would only take on a look of contentedness when he’d had his morning cup of coffee.
英文解释： adjective: without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious
例句： Allen was often punished in school for blatantly disrespecting teachers.
英文解释： adjective: having a depressing or gloomy outlook
例句： Unremitting overcast skies tend to lead people to create bleak literature and lugubrious music — compare England’s band Radiohead to any band from Southern California.
英文解释： adjective: to have a limited outlook or understanding
例句： In gambling, the addict is easily blinkered by past successes and/or past failures, forgetting that the outcome of any one game is independent of the games that preceded it.
英文解释： verb: support and strengthen
例句： The case for the suspect's innocence was bolstered considerably by the fact that neither fingerprints nor DNA were found at the scene.
英文解释： "noun: a desirable state
adjective: very close and convivial"
例句： "Modern technology has been a boon to the travel industry.
He was a boon companion to many, and will be sadly missed."
英文解释： adjective: ill-mannered and coarse or contemptible in behavior or appearance
例句： Bukowski was known for being a boorish drunk and alienating close friends and family.