1. Apostle : A vigorous follower of a religion. 
               It is better to be an atheist than an radical apostle. 

2. Vindictive : Out of revenge (Revengeful); Show or prove to be right.
               His vindictive nature actually motivated him to work hard even in the adverse situation. 

3. Derogatory : Disrespectful attitude.
               Anita felt very embarrassed after realizing that she made derogatory remarks unnecessarily. 

4. Embellish : To make something more attractive.
              The new embellish design turned out to be the biggest selling point.

5. Forfeit : Lose or be deprived of (property or a right or privilege) as a penalty for                          wrongdoing.
               The director was forfeited from all royalties due to his illegal activities.

6. Zest : Great energy and enthusiasm.
               The event showed true zest of the youth. 

7. Revered : Feel deep respect or admiration for (something).
               People revered him for his unparalleled dedication and hard work.

8. Vicarious : Experienced in the imagination through the feelings or actions of another person; Secondary or acting done for another.
               This poster brings vicarious pleasure of living a luxurious life.

9. Fledgling : A person or organisation that is immature; inexperienced or underdeveloped.
                The fledgling company needs to improvise on their marketing structure. 

10. Squalor : The state of being extremely dirty and unpleasant, especially as a result of  poverty or neglect.
                 There was a squalor population right in the heart of  the city.