sad – adjective
abominable – very bad or unpleasant adjective
Will unleashed a diatribe against his tutor.
The noise of the bullet was suppressed by the silencer
There is serenity in Tibet
The cuala was affable, because it offered me some bamboo.
Will attributed his soccer skills to the fact that he practiced for years.
Will castigated Gabe harshly
When Will got his new headphones he was euphoric
Will could smell death that was somewhere in the vicinity
The compromised police man colluded with his friends
Gabe had scruples when he was told to kill the rabbit
diatribe – noun – a harsh rant against something
suppress – verb – forcibly put an end to
serenity (noun) – the state of being calm, peaceful, untroubled
the quality of being affable; geniality: an air of benign affability. (adj, Noun)
- regard something as being caused by (someone or something) (verb)
castigate – verb – to reprimand severely, to scold harshly
- characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness (adj)