forms a noun
A symposium is a formal meeting at which several experts or specialists deliver short talks or discuss a particular subject.
If you are suffering from tedium, you are bored.
An interregnum is a period of time when there is temporarily no one in charge of a country or large organization.
Opprobrium is strong criticism of something that someone has done, especially when expressed publicly; it is also the shame that arises from such an activity.
A dictum is a saying that people often repeat because it says something interesting or wise about a subject.
Pandemonium is a very noisy and uncontrolled situation, especially one that is caused by a lot of angry or excited people.
A simulacrum is an image or representation of something that can be a true copy or may just have a vague similarity to it.
A compendium is a detailed collection of information on a particular or specific subject, usually in a book.
An encomium strongly praises someone or something via oral or written communication.
An addendum is an additional section added to the end of a book, document, or speech that gives more information.
A referendum is a suggested measure or other concern that is brought before the people for a vote.
A memorandum is a short note that helps someone remember what they've done or have to do; it can also be a form of communication that gives out information.
A spectrum is a range or scope of something, such as all the colors of visible light or all the different kinds of art.
A millennium is a period of one thousand years.
The maximum amount of something is the largest or greatest amount of it.
a continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or distinguishable from adjacent parts
the part of the skull that encloses the brain
an integrated course of academic studies
a public meeting or assembly for open discussion
an impelling force or strength
a depository for collecting and displaying objects having scientific or historical or artistic value
clean with a vacuum cleaner
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