A vicarious pleasure or feeling is experienced by watching or reading about another person's doing something rather than by doing it yourself.
A thing shaped like a ring is annular, such as a doughnut or other circular object with a hole in its center.
If someone is insular, they are either unwilling to meet anyone outside their own small group or they are not interested in learning new ideas.
A vernacular is the ordinary and everyday language spoken by people in a particular country or region that differs from the literary or standard written language of that area.
If a person holds a titular position, they have a title but no real power.
Someone who is jocular is cheerful and often makes jokes or tries to make people laugh.
If something is crepuscular, it is dim, indistinct, and not easily visible; this word usually refers to twilight.
A gregarious person is friendly, highly social, and prefers being with people rather than being alone.
An avuncular person is either someone's uncle or has the qualities of an uncle.
Polarization between two groups is a division or separation caused by a difference in opinion or conflicting views.
Secular viewpoints are not religious or spiritual but pertain to worldly or material aspects of life.
Something that is irregular does not follow a normal pattern or rule, but rather is uneven, unusual, or does not act as expected.
A circular shape is round or in the form of a ring.
Something that is similar to something else is almost or nearly like it but not quite the same as it.
A particular thing or person is one thing or person you pick out of many other ones.
If something is familiar to you, you are aware of it, know about it, or recognize it.
When one thing is dissimilar to another thing, it is not like it or is not the same as it.
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