7. CHO– USE – a transitive verb that refers to cheat or trick eg, Why did you chouse me? ie Why did you cheat or trick me?
8. SKUNK – a noun which refers to a very bad or unpleasant person eg Ann is a skunk ie Ann is a bad or an unpleasant person.
9. TROUNCE – a transitive verb which refers to defeat someone or something easily, severely or thoroughly eg Man-U will trounce Liverpool at the next game ie Man-U will defeat easily or thoroughly beat Liverpool at the next game.
10. DRUB – a transitive verb that refers to berate critically, to criticize or yell at someone in a loud and angry way eg. You don’t have to drub me because I made a mistake ie You don’t have to berate or yell at me because I made a mistake.
11. JOLLITY – a noun that refers to a happy or cheerful quality or mood eg Tola’s jollity is endearing ie Tola’s happy or cheerful mood is endearing.
12. STINKARD – a noun which refers to a mean or contemptible person eg You must be a stinkard to think bullying is cool ie You must be a mean person to support bullying.
13. CHURL – a noun which refers to a rude, ill-bred and stingy person eg Sam is a churl, he has no manners and lacks etiquette ie Sam is rude, ill-bred. or He’s such a churl, he never wants to pick the tab ie He’s such a stingy fellow he never wants to pay the bills.
14. STUPEFY – a transitive verb which refers to excessive shock or surprise or to cause someone to be confused or unable to think clearly eg Why did you stupefy me? ie why did you shock, surprise or confuse me