forms a noun
A symposium is a formal meeting at which several experts or specialists deliver short talks or discuss a particular subject.
If you are suffering from tedium, you are bored.
An interregnum is a period of time when there is temporarily no one in charge of a country or large organization.
Opprobrium is strong criticism of something that someone has done, especially when expressed publicly; it is also the shame that arises from such an activity.
A dictum is a saying that people often repeat because it says something interesting or wise about a subject.
Pandemonium is a very noisy and uncontrolled situation, especially one that is caused by a lot of angry or excited people.
A simulacrum is an image or representation of something that can be a true copy or may just have a vague similarity to it.
A compendium is a detailed collection of information on a particular or specific subject, usually in a book.
An encomium strongly praises someone or something via oral or written communication.
An addendum is an additional section added to the end of a book, document, or speech that gives more information.
A referendum is a proposed measure or other concern that is brought before the people for a vote.
A memorandum can be a short note to help remember something you have to do or that you've already done; it can also be a communication sent around an office complex.
A spectrum is a range or scope of something, such as all the colors of visible light or all the different kinds of art.
A millennium is a period of one thousand years.
The maximum amount of something is the largest or greatest possible amount of it.
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