1.ludicrous(adj): very foolish
Synonym:laughable, absurd, ridiculous, silly
Usage:a ludicrous and easily detected attempt to forge his father's signature on a note to school
2.Nemesis(Noun): an opponent or enemy that is very difficult to defeat
Synonym:avenger, castigator, chastiser, punisher, scourge
Usage:He will be playing his old nemesis for the championship.
3.nepotism(Noun): the unfair practice by a powerful person of giving jobs and other favors to relatives
Synonym: patronage, favoritism
Usage:Nepotism has hurt the company.
4.lucrative:producing money or wealth
Synonym:economic, fat, gainful, juicy, profitable, moneymaking,
Usage:The business has proved to be highly lucrative.
5.nomadic: roaming about from place to place aimlessly, frequently, or without a fixed pattern of movement
Usage:Raised in a nomadic family, she attended half a dozen different high schools
6.Niggardly:hating to spend money, very small in amount
Synonym: cheap, parsimonious,penurious,
Usage:she's a niggardly woman, so don't expect a handout from her.
7.Nominal:existing as something in name only : not actual or real, very small in amount
Synonym: inconsiderable, insignificant, minute,
Usage:Her title of vice president had been nominal only.
8.credulity: ability or willingness to believe something
Synonym: gullibility, naiveness
Usage:"moneylenders prey upon their credulity and inexperience"
9.copious: very large in amount or number
Synonym: abundant, ample,
Usage:The storm produced a copious amount of rain.
10.corporeal:having or consisting of a physical body or form
Synonym: animal, bodily, carnal, physical, fleshly, material,
Usage:corporeal cravings such as hunger and thirst