100. 简单词romantic 浪漫的
词根: -roma-(变形: roma, aroma)香气(还可以联想rosemary迷迭香来记忆)
(1) aromatic 芳香的
近义词: redolent, fragrant, balmy
实例：Aromatic capsules are great for easing the discomfort of a stuffy nose.
实例：He arrogated the privilege to himself alone.
实例：If someone in a position of authority abrogates something such as a law, agreement, or practice, they put an end to it.
实例：The judge interrogated every person involved.
实例：It was the first of the Rogation days, which an Anglican may see, in his book of common-prayer, noted as days of abstinence.
(5) derogate贬低, (法律)删减
实例：1. Such conduct will derogate from your reputation.
2. The parties may not derogate from or vary the effect of this article.
实例：The cat acted as a surrogate mum to the chicks.
实例：Any attempt to encroach upon presidential prerogatives in this domain was quickly and firmly resisted.
实例：A rogue is a man who behaves in a dishonest or criminal way.
词根：-art- 艺术→技巧 (参见artificial)
(1) articulate发音清楚的讲话, 清楚地表达自己的意思
实例：The child was unable to offer an articulate description of what she had witnessed.
实例：You might have to go to the bank to ascertain if there is any money in your account.
近义词: calumniate, deface, sully, defame
实例：I will not cast any aspersions on your hearts, but your heads certainly do you no credit.
实例：Portraits of Christ interspersed with family photos on the walls of Gonzalez’s small, tidy living room help her keep a positive attitude.
(3) sparse 稀疏的; 稀少的
记忆方法：spars(散开)+e→散开的→ 稀疏的, 稀少的
实例：The available selection of Asian American actors must have been as sparse as the roles available for them to play.
实例：I was definitely aspiring to play in college.
(2) inspire 吸入,激发(灵感)
实例：The Olympics often inspire people to take up a sport, but they can also inspire patriotism.
实例： When you expire, you will be dead.
(4) conspire 密谋
实例：Six men were accused of conspiring to corrupt public officials and gain insider information on a £2bn extension to the underground. (BBC, May 16, 2017)
实例：With that eagerness did I run every morning at sunrise to respire the perfumed air in the countryside.
实例：His hands were wet with perspiration.
实例：The question is in abeyance until we know more about it.
记忆方法：ab(to)+ol=oil +ish→ turn to oil →废除
实例：First Minister Carwyn Jones said "it would be difficult to conceive" a scenario where fees are abolished in England but not Wales. (BBC, May 12, 2017)
记忆方法：ab(to,直到) + surd (发音类似"数的",这个词根是"无理数"的意思)→ 直到无理→荒谬的
近义词: ludicrous, ridiculous, unreasonable
实例：Thinking you can wear flip flops and a bikini to the North Pole is an absurd idea, for example.
近义词: acme, zenith, summit, apogee, crest
实例：He reached the apex of power in his 60s.
记忆方法：来源于拉丁文, apo=away from(参见apology) + gee (=earth, 参考geography)→最远点,最高点
近义词: acme, zenith, summit, apex, crest
实例：The farthest point on lunar orbit is called apogee.
实例：His career reaches its zenith.
实例：This is the kind of unctuous tone I have often heard in the diplomatic parties.
实例：You have to be sure your teacher has a good sense of humor before you criticize the way he dresses, otherwise you might be scolded for your impertinence.
实例：She had the impudence to wear the other's clothes.
实例：The family living room is adorned with some of the most impressive trophies, including many for first-place finishes.