address = ad(去，往) + dress(指导) = 去指导→演讲，地址
adherent = ad(去，往) + her(粘附) + ent(…人) = 粘附在一起的人→追随者
adverse = ad(去，往) + verse(转) = 去转到到另一边→不利的
adversly = ad(去，往) + vers(转) + ly(表副词) = 去，往转到另一边→不利地
accreditation = ac(加强) + cred(相信) + ity(表性质) + ate(表动词) = 加强信用→委派
acidity = acid(酸) + ity(表性质) = 酸的性质→酸性
In the mythology of giftedness, it is popularly believed that if people are talented in one area, they must be defective in another, that intellectuals are impractical, that prodigies burn too brightly too soon and burn out, that gifted people are eccentric, that they are physical weaklings, that there's a thin line between genius and madness, that genius runs in families, that the gifted are so clever they don't need special help, that giftedness is the same as having a high IQ, that some races are more intelligent or musical or mathematical than others, that genius goes unrecognised and unrewarded, that adversity makes men wise or that people with gifts have a responsibility to use them.
Undaunted by adversity, they finally won through to their goal.
He showed courage in adversity.
"All children have the potential to overcome adversity, " she said.
His friends fell off one by one when he was in adversity.