The list is presented in a table with four columns: the Word, the Meaning (in English), the Form and an Example of Use (to see the word in context).
This first part includes the first 11 words from the list.
|Word||Meaning||Form||Example of use|
|Behest||An urgent request||Noun||GM Chief to Resign at White House's Behest.|
|Bunkum||Empty, nonsense talk||Noun||The bunkum of Body Mass Index.|
|Contumely||Scornful or insulting treatment||Noun||Following years of police harassment and public contumely, he was arrested and charged with high treason and espionage.|
|To forgo||To give up||Verb||New Zealand Cricket has persuaded its six Indian Premier League players to agree contracts with the board and forgo "significant sums of money".|
|To Forego||Do without||Verb||Flu fear forces groom to forego nicety.|
|Grisly||Inspiring repugnance, gruesome||Adjective||The grisly murder was committed here.|
|Gristly||Composed of or containing gristle||Adjective||My son has a sore gristly lump behind his nipple.|
|Grizzly||A grizzly bear||Noun||The grizzly bear is a subspecies of brown bear.|
|To go haywire||Crazy, mad||Adjective||This period is just haywire time.|
|Hubris||Arrogance||Noun||There is no safety in unlimited technological hubris.|
|Jejune||Not interesting / Childish||Adjective||He was very surprised by their jejune responses to our problems.|
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