Zenith- a highest point or state; culmination. The water was at its zenith of boiling.
1. Allegory- a representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through concrete or material forms; figurative treatment of one subject under the guise of another. The book was allegory; it had weird writings on it that meant something.
2. Colloquial- characteristic of or appropriate to ordinary or familiar conversation rather than formal speech or writing; informal. They had a family nice colloquial at the dinner table.
3. Sundry- various or diverse. They were a sundry group of family.
4. Shire- The counties in the Midlands in which hunting is especially popular. The land was shire; it had many deers to hunt.
5. Burnish- To make smooth and bright. He waxed the table to burnish it.
6. Solicitous- anxious or concerned. He was very solicitous to get out of class.
7. Prelate- an ecclesiastic of a high order, as an archbishop, bishop, etc.; a church dignitary. He was prelate, and had lots of power.
8. Palpitation- an unusually or abnormally rapid or violent beating of the heart. After running the mile his heart was palpitating
9. Dalliant- A casual romantic or sexual relationship. They had a dalliant relationship.
10. Assize- a trial session, civil or criminal, held periodically in specific locations in England, usually by a judge of a superior court. He had an assize and was being prosecuted.
11. Sanguine- cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident: a sanguine disposition. He was a very sanguine person, always happy.
12. Benign- having a kindly disposition; gracious- He was a very benign king, always giving to the poor.
13. Felicity- the state of being happy, especially in a high degree. He was filled with felicity because he passed his test.
14. Avouch- to make frank acknowledgment or affirmation of; declare or assert with...