words that will make you seem intelligent

Ubiquitous. Everywhere, at all times, and in all places are the adjectives ubiquitous and omnipresent.

Paradigm. There are many different meanings for the word "paradigm," including "grammar," "pattern," and "framework."

DichotomySomething that has two opposing features or is divided into two mutually exclusive or conflicting identities is referred to as "otomy," a noun.

Equivocate.  Equivocate is a verb that implies "to purposely employ imprecise or unclear language," or to "beat about the brush."

Inconsistency.A non sequitur is a remark that has no relation to what has come before it. This conclusion may also be reached from thoughts that seem to be unconnected or illogical.

Perfunctory.Perfunctory is an adjective that describes a task that is done mechanically or superficially, or with little or no effort

STRONG, LONGER NAILS: THE BEST NAIL STRENGTHENERS.