Widening my vocabulary is something I am often in pursuit of, as a means to aid me in my writing, both academically and in general. After all, there are so many words in existence: why not make a conscious effort to use more of them? So, I set myself a little bit of a task and chose five words that were unfamiliar to me, and composed an example sentence in which they could be used in.
[uh-buhb-uh l], adjective.
Definition: characterised by intense enthusiasm or activity, or bubbling, as while cooking or boiling.
Example Sentence: Abubble with pride, the young athlete stepped onto the podium.
[in-staw-rey-shuh n], noun.
Definition: renewal; restoration; renovation; repair or, an act of instituting something i.e an establishment.
Example Sentence: The instauration of the printing press by Gutenberg in the 15th -century can be seen as revolutionary, as it enabled books to be produced on a much wider scale.
(used with object), imbued, imbuing.
Definition: to impregnate or inspire, as with feelings, opinions, etc or, to saturate or impregnate with moisture, colour, etc.
Example Sentence: You would think a mystery of such complexity would imbue the detective with motivation to begin solving the crime, but something else was evidently of higher importance.
[in-ef-uh-buh l], adjective.
Definition: incapable of being expressed or described in words or, not to be spoken because of its sacredness.
Example Sentence: As it was ineffable in nature, The Book of Eastwatch was kept securely hidden.
(used with or without object), constellated, constellating.
Definition: to cluster together, as stars in a constellation.
Example: Suddenly all her thoughts constellated together like the greatest epiphany she could have ever imagined.
Thank you for reading!
All definitions were taken from Dictionary.com, however, all example sentences are of my own creation.