List of Vocabulary for my Genesis course
Pliant - easily bent or flexed, adaptable.
She told them to find a mixture which was pliant enough to mold into the shape that they wanted.
Impecunious - poor, lacking money
There was no way that an impecunious gentleman such as himself would have been able to afford such a purchase.
Innocuous - harmless, not likely to provoke strong emotion, having no adverse effect.
The lady sat in the parlour entertaining her guests with innocuous remarks not likely to cause any ill feeling.
Bereft - deprived of something; lacking something needed or expected.
At that moment the teller was bereft of any sense of humour.
Nonpareil - having no equal, peerless
The school's nonpareil artist stood up to speak.
Redolence - a pleasantly sweet olfactory property; bouquet
The moonlight and the redolence of the garden flowers made the evening especially poignant.