(N) The ability to do something you know is dangerous or harmful.
Example sentence: He had courage to admit that he cheated on a test.
(N) a disagreement between two people
Example sentence: Tim and Joe had a discord about which video game to buy.
(ADJ) kindly pleasant and nice
Example sentence: I was cordial to hamlet by feeding her worms and letting her watch tv.
(V) To treat someone with a special treatment
Example sentence: THe disabled
(N) A state in which people agree with one another and live together in a peaceful way
Example sentence: An anthill has concord because of how they work together
(N) The center of something, usually for structural support
Example sentence: The seed of the avocado is its core.
(V) To make someone feel pumped, happy, or ready
Example sentence: I encouraged Reagan to eat a worm.
(V)To make a note or video of something for the future
Example sentence: I keep a record on how many worms hamlet eats.