Ambidextrous-(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful, hypocritical
The softball player was ambidextrous because she could throw and bat with both hands.

Insidious- (adj.) intended to deceive or entrap; sly, treacherous
The insidious boy tricked his brother into giving him his allowance claiming he was the bank.

Gape- (v.) to stare with an open mouth; to open the mouth wide; to open wide
The bride to be gaped at the dress of her dreams exclaiming, "I must have this for my wedding."

Benevolent- (adj.) kindly, charitable
Every year my family's benevolent actions provide the homeless with warm coats for the winter.

Meticulous- (adj.) extremely careful; particular about details
The teacher's meticulous grading standards caused many students to fail their exams on little mistakes.

Exhilarate- (v.) to enliven, cheer, giver spirit or liveliness to
His inspirational speech exhilarated the crowd putting them in high spirits for the contest.

Punitive- (adj.) inflicting or aiming at punishment
The punitive sergeant made the people do a lot of pushups and sit-ups for the slightest infractions.

Expunge- (v.) to erase, obliterate, destroy
The teacher expunged multiple parts of the girls essay because it was not clear and concise.

Scrupulous- (adj.) exact, careful, attending thoroughly to details; having high moral standards, principled
His scrupulous attention to detail helped him to pass his Final exam with flying colors.

Supercilious- (adj.) proud and contemptuous; showing scorn because of a feeling of superiority
The supercilious volleyball player thought she was amazing after getting just one kill.

Altruistic- (adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
The altruistic man gave half of his paycheck to the water street rescue mission every month.

Infallible- (adj.) free from error; absolutely dependable
The people of the club followed their leader because her decisions and actions were almost always infallible.

Pungent- (adj.) causing a sharp sensation; stinging, biting
Her sister began to sulkingly plod after she made several harsh, pungent remarks to her.

Truculent- (adj.) fierce and cruel; aggressive; deadly, destructive; scathingly harsh
The Jews in World War II struggled through many truculent conditions in the many concentration camps.

Destitute- (adj.) deprived of the necessities of life; lacking in
Every Wednesday people feed the homeless who came in completely destitute conditions.

Extirpate- (v) to tear up by the roots; to destroy totally
Abraham Lincoln helped to extirpate slavery from America during the civil war.

Commodious- (adj)-roomy, spacious
The commodious house would be perfect for the 500 people that would be attending the Christmas party.

Squalid- (adj.) filthy, wretched, debased
My mom always warned me not to walk through the squalid streets of the city.

Multifarious- (adj.) having great variety; numerous and diverse
I participate in a multifarious number of activities that keep me busy during the week from sports, to class treasurer, to mission work.

Parsimonious- (adj.) stingy, miserly; meager, poor, small
In the major cities, many people are parsimonious, living under destitute conditions, deprived of the many luxuries of life.