Obsession: the domination of one's thoughts or feelings by a persistent idea, image, or desire.
He was obsessed with his baseball card collection.
Example: Being obsessed with someone you really like.
Agitate: to move or force into violent, irregular action
He was agitated about the big exam coming up.
Antonym: calm down
Example: Someone being agitated about going to the doctor
Toiled: hard and continuous work; exhausting labor or effort
After hours of toiled work, I finally finished my science project.
Example: Someone who makes straight A's
Grotesque: off or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd; bizarre
When he broke his ankle, it was twisted in a grotesque way.
Example: The monster in Frankenstein
Feverish: excited, restless, or uncontrolled, as if from fever
John was very feverish about going to the beach.
Example: Someone going on a vacation
Convulsive: of the nature of or characterized by convulsions or spasms
She was very convulsive when she had her seizure.
Example: Someone with epilepsy
Devoured: to consume destructively, recklessly
He devoured his lunch after working so hard.
Antonym: leave alone
Example: Someone eating quickly
Anatomy: the science dealing with the structure of animals, humans, and plants
In science class, we are learning about the anatomy of plants.
Example: Studying the texture of a plant
Gnarled: having a rugged, weather-beaten appearance
He looked gnarled after working in the yard all day.
Example: A construction worker at the end of the day
Shunned: to keep away from because of dislike or caution
The town shunned the man for stealing.
Example: if someone commits a crime