sentence: The handy man was an adroit when it came to his job.
amicable: having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement or rancor.
sentence: The hippies acted amicable when I met them.
averse: having a strong dislike of or opposition to something.
sentence: Hitler was a prime example of an averse person.
belligerent: hostile and aggressive.
sentence: The woman on the bus seemed belligerent.
benevolent: well meaning and kindly.
sentence: Her new husband was benevolent.
cursory: hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed.
sentence: The instructions to the house seemed cursory like.
duplicity: deceitfulness; double-dealing.
sentence: The sheep went through a series of tests to have a duplicity of herself.
extol: praise enthusiastically.
sentence: The toddler was extoled by her parents after saying her first words.
feasible: possible to do easily or conveniently.
sentence: The task seemed feasible to me.
grimace: an ugly, twisted expression on a person's face, typically expressing disgust, pain, or wry amusement.
sentence: Her face went grimace after seeing the prime scene photos.
holocaust: destruction or slaughter on a mass scale, esp. caused by fire or nuclear war.
sentence: Unfortunately their happened to be a holocaust of the animals in the area.
impervious: not allowing fluid to pass through.
sentence: Her system was impervious in the moment.
impetus: the force or energy with which a body moves.
sentence: The zen retreat sparked an impetus feeling in me.
jeopardy: danger of loss, harm, or failure.
sentence: His credit was in jeopardy.
meticulous: showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise.
sentence: The artist had a meticulous hand for the piece of work.
nostalgia: a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.
sentence: The war hero seemed to continue on with his nostalgia talk.
quintessence: the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class.
sentence: Models for some make great quintessences.
retrogress: go back to an earlier state, typically a worse one.
sentence: He woke up from his dream and found that his reality was a retrogress of years before.
scrutinize: examine or inspect closely and thoroughly.
sentence: The flight attendant scrutinized the water bottle for 15 minutes.
tepid: showing little enthusiasm.
sentence: His grandpa seemed tepid when it came to cars.