a mih n@s
definition: indicating or threatening future evil or unpleasantness.
example: The black clouds looked ominous, so we paddled toward the shore.
example: The messenger conveyed an ominous warning.
definition 2: of or serving as an omen, esp. a bad omen.
example: The appearance of the comet was considered ominous.
sae kro saengkt
1: regarded as dedicated to holy use or as so sacred as to be immune to desecration; inviolable; consecrate.
The tomb is considered sacrosanct.
2: so important or revered as to be beyond any alteration or criticism.
Their yearly Super Bowl ritual is sacrosanct, so there is no use suggesting doing anything different.
coarsely or indecently humorous; risqué.
Burlesque shows featured popular music, bawdy comedy acts, and sometimes striptease.
wIm zih k@l
definition 1: characterized by or resulting from a whim or fancy.
example: He had to admit that it was a whimsical decision, not based on any clear logic or need.
example: The design of this vast mansion was whimsical, with its numerous odd turrets, balconies, and towers.
example: Punishments meted out by the tyrant were whimsical and had little to do with the severity of the crime.
definition 2: slightly odd or amusing in a uniquely imaginative way; fanciful; quaint.
example: This whimsical teapot in the shape of a bunny holding a carrot was her favorite.
vi @ m@nt
definition 1: intensely emotional; impassioned; heated.
example: They were surprised by her vehement refusal to answer the question.
example: The architect was vehement about the need for stronger ceiling supports.
example: The proposal was met with vehement opposition from various members of the council.
definition 2: extremely forceful, vigorous, or energetic; very strong.
example: The audience made their desire known by a vehement stomping of feet.