1. perpetual: lasting or enduring forever or for an indefinitely long time
The planets are in perpetual motion around the sun.
2. archaic: ancient, obsolete
Today's electronic devices make gadgets of last year look archaic.
3. conspicuous: easily seen or noticed; readily visible or observable
White markings have been put on the speed breakers to make them conspicuous.
4. rancid: having bad smell or taste, stale
The hotel rooms were damp and dark and food served was rancid.
5. indolent: disliking work, lazy
The youngster was too indolent to even attend an interview for employment.
6. exorbitant: unreasonable or excessive (esp. prices)
The vendors quoted exorbitant prices for flowers on the festival day.
7. genial: cheerful, friendly, and sympathetic; amiable
His warm genial personality won the hearts of many.
8. judicious: sensible, prudent
A person who spends his money in a judicious manner is never short of it.
9. virtuoso: a person who has special knowledge or skill in a field
Ravi Shankar, a sitar virtuoso enthralled the audience with his performance.
10. insolent: rude, disrespectful
An insolent student reflects the type of background he has been brought up in.
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