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Cavalier (adj)
when jack was given his award for being valor, he acted cavaier upon his acceptance

cavalier(n); cavalierly(adv); cavalierness(n)
pedantic (adj)
when jamie met the king of Siam, he said in a very pedantic manner,"if you understand the gleicological process of converting ATP then...."

pedant(n a person);pedantry(n the practice of being pedantic); pedantically(adv)
Bellicose(adj)
the bellicose soldier was eager to get out on the field and fight for his country

bellicosely(adv); bellicosity or bellicoseness(n)
Sublime(adj)
the sublime sun rays shone elegantly over the lands, highlighting its loftiness

sublimely(adv);sublimity(n)
hiatus (n)
during a period of hibernation, the bears put their lives completely on hiatus.

plural: hiatuses or hiatus
stentorian(adj)
in a stentorian manner, the thunder boomed over the land for all to hear

stentor(n)person w/ a very loud voice
dowager(n)
the dowager bestowed a grant of one million dollars to the university, who was in diar need of the money
madrigal(n)
at the song writing competition, a man brought in a madrigal stating, "dont you worry, this can very easily be converted to song lyrics."

madrigalesque(adj)
colloquy(n)
when i was invited to England for the summer, my father and i sat down and had a serious colloquy.

plural:colloquies;colloquial(adj);colloquialism(n);colloquium(n)
rigmarole(n)
i've been trying to get my stereo set up, but the rigmarole of instructions has led me in no real direction