Impartial: treating all rivals or disputants equally; fair and just.
In a sentence: the coach was impartial with the other team
Anecdote: a short and amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person.
In a sentence: she was telling her anecdote about the time she went to visit her mother.
Novel: new, fresh, original
In a sentence: she was working on a novel that she was writing.
Tone: the feeling or emotional attitude of a passage, often created through the authors choice of diction.
In a sentence: the author used tone to get her readers to feel sad about the situation the men's character was in.
Nostalgic: longing for the past; homesick
In a sentence: he was nostalgic when he arrived at his new apartment.
Substantiate: give supporting evidence
In a sentence: the author gave substantiate to his claim on how kids should have less time at school.
In a sentence: anyone who even identified him would immediately attain national prominence just by doing so.
Unprecedented: never done or known before
In a sentence: she was unprecedented of what is ice skating
Implication: something suggested
In a sentence: she implicated that why should stay inside because of the cold weather outside.
Explicit: clearly and directly expressed
In a sentence: she explicitly told the chef he didn't want green peppers on his omelet.
Counter: to argue against; rebut
In a sentence: they countered that the judge wasn't not being fair to the victim in the court.
In a sentence: they refute his plan to open up his own bakery
Reciprocate: to give something in return
In a sentence: they reciprocate to there friend who was in the hospital who was a dear friend to them
Static: fixed, not moving or changing, lacking vitality
In a sentence: the book contains a lot of intellectualist, static, determinist, and an abstractive trend
Obscure: difficult to understand; partially hidden: difficult to see, vague
In a sentence: she thought it was obscured that she thought she saw a fairy
Monetary: having to do with money, or the money supply
In a sentence: he thought about a change in monetary system of the kingdom
Allude: to refer to causally or indirectly; to make an allusion
In a sentence: she allude to her friends that she wanted to go to the mall and look at the dresses
In a sentence: the depiction was of him, her and Mimi, though how she knew Mimi, he didn't know.
Empirical: based on observation or experiment
In a sentence: he didn't have any empirical evidence to suggest his evidence
Anomaly: deviation from what is normal
In a sentence: they can only detect or fail to detect anomaly.