1. bombastic- adjective , high-sounding; high-flown; inflated; pretentious.
The man's speech showed his bombastic personality because of his tone of voice and great personality.
2. circuitous (Benita)-adjective
roundabout; not direct
She took the circuitous route home because she didn't want to go and clean her room.
3. drivel (Morgan)
(V)To slobber; drool.

(v.)
To allow to flow from the mouth.
Sentence:
(n.)
Saliva flowing from the mouth.

Little Timmy driveled in the dentist office when the dentist held his mouth open.


4. elicit (Renee)-– verb-
to draw or bring out or forth; educe; evoke: to elicit the truth; to elicit a response with a question.
-She elicited what happened that night until the truth finally came out.
5. epitome (Shallan)-–noun-
a condensed account, esp. of a literary work; abstract.
He is seen as the epitome of the hawkish, right-of-center intellectual

6. hiatus (Mike S)- noun a break or interruption in the continuity of a work, series, action, etc.
Set-It was a hiatus moment when the fire alarm went off in our game.
7. innuendo (Mike F) N
1. An indirect or subtle, usually derogatory implication in expression; an insinuation.2. Lawa. A plaintiff's interpretation in a libel suit of allegedly libelous or slanderous material.b. A parenthetic explanation of a word or charge in a legal document
The dialogue in the movie contained various innuendos that offended many people.
8. interloper
Noun- One that inerferes with the affairs of others, for selfish reasons.
She was being an interloper during the council meeting for the organization.
9. intrinsic (Matt T) adj.
  1. Of or relating to the essential nature of a thing; inherent.
  2. Anatomy Situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts. Used of certain nerves and muscles.

10. jaded (Rich)-Adj
1.
dulled or satiated by overindulgence
2.
worn out or wearied, as by overwork or overuse.
3.
dissipated
The man's taste for ramen noodles became jaded because of his overindulgence of it.

11. Lurid (Brian) - Adjective - Gruesome, Horrible, Revolting.
- The lurid witch wanted to put me in her soup and eat me up.
12. oocult (Ian) v to shut off from view or exposure : cover eclipse
— oc·cult·er noun
13. permeate (James)-Verb. To spread, to pass or penatrate.

14. prerogative (Justin)(noun)a power, immunity, or the like restricted to a sovereign government or its representative
(adj)pertaining to, characteristic of, or existing by virtue of a prerogative.
My perogative as president is that I can do anything I want an still get away with it.

15. transcend (David)- verb - to rise above or go beyond; overpass; exceed
Those who are really known in this world has transcended the standard of an average human being.