mores \MOR-ayz; -eez\ (plural noun) - 1 : The fixed customs of a particular group that are morally binding upon all members of the group. 2 : Moral attitudes. 3 : Customs; habits; ways.
"Now: mores are the customs of ...Read More
propound \pruh-POWND\ (transitive verb) - To offer for consideration; to put forward; to propose.
"So they called after them, and they stopped and stood still till they came up to them; but they concluded as they went, ...Read More
introspection \in-truh-SPEK-shuhn\ (noun) - The act or process of self-examination; contemplation of one's own thoughts and feelings; a looking inward.
"There is a popular cry against introspection and an insistence that ...Read More
gravitas \GRAV-uh-tahs\ (noun) - High seriousness (as in a person's bearing or in the treatment of a subject).
"A man without gravitas was not fit to shoulder the weight of leadership. Nick wanted no part of gravitas. He ...Read More
varicolored \VER-ih-kuh-lurd\ (adjective) - Having a variety of colors; of various colors.
"There was a small place with a sign "Books" on the window, filled with strings of wooden camels and little glass jars of ...Read More
arrogate \AIR-uh-gayt\ (transitive verb) - 1 : To claim or seize without right or justification; to appropriate. 2 : To claim on behalf of another; to ascribe.
"The human and fallible should not arrogate a power with ...Read More