Whimsical (adj.) given to whimsy or fanciful notions, capricious; of the nature of or proceeding from whimsy, as thoughts or actions; erratic, unpredictable He was too whimsical, so his boss told him to work.
Calamitous (adj.) causing or involving calamity; disastrous Mario’s attempt to save the princess came to a calamitous end.
Delve (v.) to carry on intensive and thorough research for data, information, or the like; investigate: Lawyers have to delve into the confession to get the truth.
Gallantry (n.) dashing courage, heroic bravery, noble- minded behavior; gallant or courtly attention to women; a gallant act, action, or speech Medieval knights acted with gallantry.
Mediate (v.) to settle disputes between parties, reconcile; to bring about peace between parties by compromise; to effect or convey as if by an intermediary; to act between parties to effect an agreement or compromise; to occupy an intermediate place or position.
Milieu (n.) the setting, surroundings, environment
Mendicant (n.) beggard (adj.) depending on begging for a living