He was callous enough to break up with her a day before St. Valentine's Day.
-intense emotion; great warmth of feeling
Wanda does all her volunteer work at the hospital with tremendous fervor.
-one who lives solely for physical pleasure
Abandoning her lifestyle as a hedonist, Maria entered a convent for nuns.
-to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to accede; to give consent by keeping silent
The president said that we will never acquiesce to the demands of the terrorists.
-a social outcast; one despised by society
Because of his past crimes, he became a pariah of the community.
-to advise against something; to warn; to scold gently; to urge strongly
This is the last time I will admonish you about coming late to work. The next time it happens, you are fired!
-to surrender; to cease resisting
After hours of arguing, he capitulated and decided to follow her plan.
Out of deference to my grandmother, we never smoked in the house.
-organization by rank, class, or grade
Even though you've been here for three years, you are still very low in this company's hierarchy.
-hard to please; dainty in taste
He was so fastidious that all the other students refused to be roommates with on him on the school trip.