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laudanum
a drug preparation in which opium is the main ingredient (n)
He was addicted to laudanum.
decrepit
in disrepair,old, ruined (adj)
His decrepit old car broke down on the highway.
incoherent
very unclear, impossible to understand (sometimes because of emotional upset) (adj)
The teacher's explanation was incoherent.
The widow was incoherent with grief.
abominable
exceptionally bad, thoroughly unpleasant or disagreeable (adj)
The abominable New England weather forced them to move to Florida.
feasible
possible or likely (adj)
Getting to New York in four hours is feasible.
His theory was feasible so we decided to test it.
rectify
to set right, to correct (a mistake for example) (v)
He checked his addition and rectified his mistakes before handing in his exam.
I tried to rectify my embarrassing rudeness with an apology note.