1. Septuagenarian
A person who is between 70 and 79 years old.

2. Farcical/Farce
In theatre, a farce is a comedy that aims at entertaining the audience through situations that are highly exaggerated, extravagant, and thus improbable. Farce is also characterized by physical humour, the use of deliberate absurdity or nonsense, and broadly stylized performances.

3. Extradition
Extradition is an act where one jurisdiction delivers a person accused or convicted of committing a crime in another jurisdiction, over to their law enforcement.
It is a cooperative law enforcement process between the two jurisdictions and depends on the arrangements made between them.

4. Meddling
Intrusive or unwarranted interference.
Usage: – The bureaucratic meddling of China in the Hong Kong Province leads to a lot of tension between the two administrations: it’s like the two are in opposition of one another.

5. Ode
An ode is a type of lyrical stanza. It is an elaborately structured poem praising or glorifying an event or individual, describing nature intellectually as well as emotionally. A classic ode is structured in three major parts: the strophe, the antistrophe, and the epode.

6. Repercussion
An unintended consequence of an event or action or an unwelcome one.
Synonyms: consequence, result, effect, outcome, by-product
Usage: – This move would have grave repercussions for the entire region.

7. Lunatic
A person who is mentally ill (not technically)/ An insane person.
Synonyms: maniac, madman, madwoman, psychopath, psychotic
Usage: -A ward of lunatic old ladies in Hospital is a sight to behold.

8. Mope around
To move from one place to another without any particular purpose or energy, because you are unhappy or disappointed
Usage: -He was driving me crazy, moping around the house all day.

9. Galore
In abundance.
Synonyms: aplenty, in abundance, in profusion.
Usage: – There were prizes galore for everything

10. Perennial
Lasting or existing for a long or apparently infinite time; enduring or continually recurring.
Synonyms: everlasting, perpetual, eternal, continuing
Usage: – The perennial fascination with crime is something we see in our newspapers.

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