1.Trivial: of little value or importance.
Usage:huge fines were imposed for trivial offences"
2.Crescendo:a gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music.
Usage:"each time the key changes, there is a gradual crescendo"
Meaning: existing from the time a person or animal is born,existing as part of the basic nature of something
Synonym:inborn, natural, inbred, congenital
Sentence:her innate capacity for organization"
Meaning:(of a person or action) innocent and unsuspecting
Synonym:naive, innocent, simple, childlike, trusting,
Antonym :disingenuous, artful
Sentence:"he eyed her with wide, ingenuous eyes"
Meaning: uncontrolled in a way that is playful or full of energy
Synonym:hell-raising, knockabout, boisterous
Antonym :noiseless, peaceful, placid, quiet, restrained, serene,
Sentence:The schoolyard was filled with rambunctious kids.
6.Covetous:having or showing a great desire to possess something belonging to someone else.
Synonym:grasping, greedy, rapacious, insatiable
Usage:"she fingered the linen with covetous hands"
Meaning:widespread respect and admiration felt for someone or something on the basis of a perception of their achievements or quality.
Synonym:status, standing, stature,
Sentence:"the firm has recently gained considerable prestige"
Meaning:a monument to someone buried elsewhere, especially one commemorating people who died in a war
Sentence:The town of Chhatarpur, which is named after Chhatar Sal, and contains his cenotaph, is 70 m.
9.Tranquil:free from disturbance; calm.
Usage:the house was once again tranquil after the kids moved outside to play
Meaning:lacking flavour; weak or tasteless.
Synonym:tasteless, flavourless, unflavoured
Antonym :interesting, imaginative, tasty
Sentence:The soup was rather insipid.