1. Cache: A hiding place used for storing provisions or money; A concealed collection of valuable things
Eg. The troops are looking for the former dictator’s cache of gold bars.
Cachet: The state of being respected or admired; A distinguishing mark or seal
Eg. No other shipping company has quite the cachet of Maersk.
Syllogism: A form of reasoning in which a conclusion is drawn from two given or assumed propositions
Eg. All birds lay eggs, a swan is a bird and so a swan lays eggs is a good example of a syllogism.
Apropos: Of an appropriate or pertinent nature
Eg. The prime minister had nothing to say apropos of the latest developments.
Cachexia: Weakness and wasting of the body due to severe chronic illness
Eg. Malaria, if severe, may interrupt gestation through fever or cachexia.