Difficult Words : Nebulous, Narcissism and Nefarious
Difficult Words: Nebulous, Narcissism and Nefarious
Nebulous (NEB yuh lus) adj: vague, hazy, indistinct
Oscar's views are so nebulous that no one can figure out what he thinks about anything.
The community's boundaries are somewhat nebulous, where they are depends on whom you ask.
Molly's expensive new hairdo was a sort of nebulous mass of wisps, waves and hair spray.
Nefarious (ni FIAR ee us) adj: evil, flagrantly wicked
The radicals' nefarious plot was to destroy New York by filling the reservoir with strawberry Jello.
The convicted murderer had committed a myriad of nefarious acts.
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