Definition: (adjective) So extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period. Synonyms: antiquated, archaic. Usage: My grandfather's antediluvian ideas about relationships and marriage are frequently at odds with my views. Discuss
noun: 1. Something showy but worthless. 2. Nonsense or rubbish. 3. Deceit; fraud; trickery.
Definition: (noun) Strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base; righteous anger. Synonyms: outrage. Usage: I could hardly contain my indignation at his disparaging comments. Discuss
noun: A two-pronged instrument, weapon, implement, etc.
Definition: (noun) The trait of spending extravagantly. Synonyms: prodigality, extravagance. Usage: They fell on hard times but did not curb their spending, and this profligacy soon brought them to the brink of bankruptcy. Discuss
Definition: (adjective) In opposition to a civil authority or government. Synonyms: insurgent, subversive. Usage: In an attempt to discourage rebellion, the dictator announced that anyone found in possession of seditious literature would be executed. Discuss
Definition: (adjective) Defiantly aggressive. Synonyms: belligerent, combative, pugnacious, bellicose, obstreperous. Usage: Bitter and truculent when excited, I spoke as I felt, without reserve or softening. Discuss