Source: Polemic | Definition of Polemic by Merriam-Webster
The exchange of polemics would merely serve to conflict with the interests of the parties
Source: Cadastral – definition of cadastral by The Free Dictionary
Not sure if this counts as jargon – is a word jargon if it is specific – and not used in mainstream speech (unless one is a lawyer or surveyor, land agent or other linked professional).
Seen in the following context
if the correct Portuguese formalities specifically identifying the property in the testamentary or other disposition by its cadastral references have not been complied with, there will be an issue there.
constituting or characterized byusury :
usurious rates of interest; a usurious loan.
Context: The loan that you are agreeing to take out is usurious, and it is important that you are fully aware of the financial costs of both the loan and defaulting on it.
A ‘sticking plaster’ word used by Americans to cover over the huge gaps in their vocabulary. It is one the three words which make up most American sentences.
On receiving the final set of instructions that had taken some time to come through, the celebratory cry of “Awesome!” after replacing the handset. On explaining the cheer, being told that it was an awful Americanism. Countering by citing the Lego movie
. Not mentioning awesome sauce.
1. (Units) lasting for ten years
2. (Units) occurring every ten years
3. a tenth anniversary or its celebration
suggested usage:”Should the value of the Trust Fund be close to the Nil Rate Threshold, Mr and Mrs Client should consider whether it is possible to appoint out of the fund (probably not possible) and prepare for recording the amount in the Trust Fund prior to calculating the decennial charge”