1.Regale- to entertain sumptuously : feast with delicacies, to give pleasure or amusement to
Synonym-dinner, feed, feast
Sentence-Regaled his grandchildren with stories of his time in Morocco
2.Regicide-the crime of killing a king or queen,someone who kills a king or queen
Sentence-I am not speaking of regicide, I am speaking about ideas.
3.Rejuvenate- to make (someone) feel or look young, healthy, or energetic again
Synonym- freshen, recharge, recreate
Sentence-that rock star has rejuvenated '80s fashion for a whole new generation>
4.Urbane-polite and confident
Synonym- debonair, smooth, sophisticated
Sentence-a gentlemanly and urbane host of elegant dinner parties
5.Usurp-to take and keep (something, such as power) in a forceful or violent way and especially without the right to do so
Synonym-pirate, seize, take over,
Sentence-Some people have accused city council members of trying to usurp the mayor's power.
6.Utopia- an imaginary place in which the government, laws, and social conditions are perfect
Synonym-fantasy land, heaven, lotus land
Sentence-It's a nice place to live, but it's no Utopia
7.Acrimonious- angry and bitter
Synonym- acrid, bitter, embittered, hard
Sentence-He went through an acrimonious divorce.
8.Acumen- the ability to think clearly and make good decisions
Synonym- clear-sightedness, sharpness, shrewdness, wit
Sentence-Her political acumen won her the election
9.Adjudicate- to make an official decision about who is right in a dispute
Synonym-adjudge, judge, arbitrate, decide, determine
Sentence-The board will adjudicate claims made against teachers.
10.Adage- an often stated observation regarding something from common experience