Learning vocabulary may look daunting to you (you may not know the word daunting, but most probably you can still guess that it means something like "difficult"; that is how you learn a new work by relating it to the context in a sentence), but you have to learn it cumulatively, that is, learning a few words every day.
Corporal / Corporeal
Corporal means related to the body; corporeal means bodily and not spiritual.
e.g. Corporal punishment is no longer acceptable in schools.
e.g. We should be more concerned with our spiritual rather than our corporeal welfare.
Forbear / Forebear
Forbear means to tolerate, refrain from; forebear means an ancestor
e.g. You have to forbear from asking too many questions.
e.g. He always takes pride in that Charles Dickens was his forebear.
Adverse / Averse
Adverse means unfavorable; averse means opposed to.
e.g. We managed to survive in these adverse economic conditions.
e.g. He was averse to giving financial aids to the poor.
Everyday / Every day
Everyday is an adjective.
e.g. This is an everyday event.
e.g. This happens in every day.
e.g. Every day somebody is killed on the road.
Indispensable means absolutely necessary; indisputable means factual, without a doubt, and not arguable.
e.g. Air is indispensable to life.
e.g. It is indisputable that the verdict of the judge is final.
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