The word squalor describes very dirty and unpleasant conditions that people live or work in, usually due to poverty or neglect.
A sonorous sound is pleasantly full, strong, and rich.
If your body is affected by torpor, you are severely lacking in energy; therefore, you are idle—and can even be numb.
When you have ardor for something, you have an intense feeling of love, excitement, and admiration for it.
Rancor is a feeling of bitter ill will or intense dislike towards another person.
A first event is a precursor to a second event if the first event is responsible for the development or existence of the second.
Stupor is a state in which someone's mind and senses are dulled; consequently, they are unable to think clearly or act normally, usually due to the use of alcohol or drugs.
If you describe something as unsavory, you mean that it is unpleasant or morally unacceptable.
Candor is the quality of being honest and open in speech or action.
To be timorous is to be fearful.
Someone who is meritorious is worthy of receiving recognition or is praiseworthy because of what they have accomplished.
A teacher who is rigorous expects a great deal from their students; therefore, they can be strict and demanding.
A sector is a subdivision or part of a larger system, such as the economy or education as parts of society as a whole.
Someone who possesses vigor has energy, vitality, and power.
A valorous person is brave, courageous, or bold in dangerous situations, such as war.
When someone is languorous, they are very relaxed, sluggish, and lacking in energy.
If something is favorable, such as the weather or an opinion, it is good or agreeable.
A factor in a situation is one of the things that affects or contributes to it, such as the weather for a soccer game or how many people show up for a party.
An error is a mistake someone has made so that what they have done is incorrect or wrong.
If you feel terror, you are extremely frightened or very scared of something.
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