Adjective 1. Not fully worked out, concluded, or agreed on; provisional: tentative plans. 2. Uncertain; hesitant.
Verb To turn aside from a course or direction: 2. To distract: My attention was diverted by an argument between motorists. 3. To entertain by distracting the attention from worrisome thoughts or cares; amuse
Adverb Away from the appropriate, planned, or expected course; amiss: "many youthful romances go awry". Out of the normal or correct position; askew. Synonyms askew - aslant - amiss - askance
Adjective Incapable of producing any useful result; pointless. Synonyms vain - useless - unavailing – fruitless - idle - nugatory
Noun 1. Physical or mental strength, energy, or force. 2. The capacity for natural growth and survival, as of plants or animals. 3. Strong feeling; enthusiasm or intensity.
Adjective Able to be heard: "ultrasound is audible to dogs". Noun A change in the offensive play called by the quarterback at the line of scrimmage. Synonyms clear
Noun The action of preserving something. The state of being preserved, esp. to a specified degree. Synonyms conservation - maintenance - protection - keeping
Adjective Secured in the possession of or assigned to a person: "a state law vested the ownership of all wild birds to the individual counties". Protected or established by law or contract. Synonyms acquired
Verb Appear as a shadowy form, esp. one that is large or threatening: "vehicles loomed out of the darkness.” An event regarded as ominous or threatening: Seem about to happen: "there is a crisis looming."
Adjective Formal and dignified. Not cheerful or smiling; serious. Synonyms grave - serious - formal - ceremonial - festive - gala