forms a noun
A cornucopia is a large quantity and variety of something good and nourishing.
A diaspora is a voluntary or forced movement of an ethnic people who permanently relocate in areas remote from their homeland.
If something is anathema to you, such as a cursed object or idea, you very strongly dislike it or even hate it.
A diorama is a scene, reproduced in three dimensions, that places objects and figures in front of a painted background.
A plethora of something is too much of it.
A lacuna is an empty space or gap where something is missing; if there is a lacuna in a person's argument, for example, part of that argument is lacking.
Something that has a stigma is not socially acceptable; therefore, it has a strong feeling of shame or disgrace attached to it.
A panacea is something that people think will solve all problems and make everything better.
A coda is the final part of a piece of writing, speech, or music that acts as a summary.
Desiderata are a wish list of things that are considered highly desirable or necessary to have.
A patina is a smooth, shiny film or surface that gradually develops on things—such as wood, leather, and metal utensils—that have seen a lot of use.
A person with a great deal of charisma is able to highly influence others because they are easily able to inspire loyalty and create enthusiasm through personal charm.
Strata are Earth's layers of rock or regions of the atmosphere; they can also be the different social, cultural, and economic levels of a society.
A state of euphoria is one of extreme happiness or overwhelming joy.
Criteria are standards that, if met, allow you to do something; for example, getting good grades and performing community service form standards that will help you get into college.
A scintilla of something is a small bit or trace of it.
Data are pieces of information or facts that tell you about something. Note: the word "data" used as a singular noun is also considered correct.
A formula is a method or plan used to solve a problem or help something succeed.
the content of cognition
any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning
one of the bony segments of the spinal column
the immature free-living form of most invertebrates and amphibians and fish which at hatching from the egg is fundamentally unlike its parent and must metamorphose
Differentiated vocabulary for your students is just a click away.