1. Ascetic: An ascetic is a person not interested in the pleasures of the world.
2. Theologian: A theologian studies religions.
3. Atheist: An atheist does not believe in God.
4. Iconoclast: An iconoclast is a person who scoffs at tradition.
5. Dilettante: A dilettante is a person who pursues an art or profession as a hobby. A dilettante has no serious interest in arts.
6. Ambulatory: Ambulatory means able to walk after being bedridden
7. Somniferous: If something is somniferous, it induces sleep.
8. Avuncular: Avuncular means protective; like an uncle
9. Somnolent: Somnolent means drowsy
10. Dorsal: Dorsal is a word used to refer to the back side
11. Laconism: Laconism is the quality of conciseness in the use of words.
12. Verbiage: Verbiage is the overabundance of words
13. Volubility: Volubility means fluency and ease in speech.
14. Magnate: A magnate is an important person in the business world.
15. Verbatim: Verbatim means word for word.
16. Loquacity: Loquacity means talkativeness.
17. Circumlocution: Circumlocution is the method of talking in an indirect way
18. Soliloquy: A speech to oneself, especially in a play
19. Colloquialism: Colloquialism is an informal expression used in everyday speech.
20. Reticence: Reticence is the reluctance to express one`s thoughts or feelings
21. Equity: Equity means fairness and justice
22. Inequity: Inequity means unfairness.
23. Iniquity: An iniquity is a sinful or immoral act
24. Equanimity: Equanimity is the evenness of temper. To maintain your equanimity is to control your emotions when everybody else is getting excited or angry.
25. Parity: Parity means equality.
26. Double entendre: A double entendre is a statement that can have two different interpretations. And one of these interpretations is risqué or sexy.
27. Ambiguity: An ambiguous statement can be misinterpreted. This is not purposeful.
28. Anachronism: The word anachronism is used to refer to someone or somebody out of time.
29. Equivocation: An equivocation is a statement that is purposely open to contradictory interpretations.
30. Incongruity: The word incongruity is used to refer to something out of place
31. Chronometer: A chronometer is an accurate timepiece used on ships.
32. Altimeter: An altimeter is an instrument used to measure height above sea level.
33. Compass: A compass is an instrument that shows direction.
34. Anemometer: An anemometer is an instrument used for measuring wind velocity.
35. Galactometer: A galactometer is an instrument used for measuring the specific gravity of milk.
36. Chiropody: Chiropody is the treatment of foot diseases.
37. Chirography: Chirography means beautiful handwriting.
38. Chiromancy: Chiromancy means prediction by palm reading.
39. Calligraphy: Calligraphy means beautiful writing.
40. Cacography: Cacography means illegible handwriting.
41. Bromide: A bromide is a trite remark.
42. Platitude: A platitude is a banal remark.
43. Anodyne: An anodyne is a false statement meant to alleviate fear.
44. Cliché: A cliché is a hackneyed phrase that has lost its relevance and novelty over time.
45. Persiflage: Persiflage means light banter.
46. Canine: Canine means dog-like.
47. Equine: Equine means horse-like.
48. Lupine: Lupine means wolf-like.
49. Porcine: Porcine means pig-like.
50. Vulpine: Vulpine means fox-like.
51. Omnipotent: Omnipotent means all powerful.
52. Omniscient: Omniscient means all-knowing
53. Omnivorous: This expression is used to refer to an animal that eats everything.
54. Omnipresent: Present in all places at the same time.
55. Omnibus: Omnibus means including many things.
56. Eulogistic: Eulogistic means laudatory in nature; something that is full of praise.
57. Evanescent: Evanescent means something that does not last long
58. Euphemistic: Substituting inoffensive words
59. Euphoric: Elated; extremely happy
60. Euphonious: Sound that is pleasing to the ear.