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assiduous
adj - 1 hard-working. 2 done carefully and exactly
contrite
adj - 1 sorry for something one has done. 2 resulting from a feeling of guilt
didactic
adj - intended to teach or instruct
disputation
noun - argument; debate; discussion
ethical
adj - 1 relating to or concerning morals, justice or duty. 2 morally right
euphonious
adj - pleasing to the ear
euphony
noun - a pleasing sound, especially in speech
finesse
noun - 1 skilful elegance or expertise. 2 tact and poise in handling situations
inane
adj - 1 without meaning or point. 2 silly or senseless
inculcate
verb - to teach or fix (ideas, habits, a warning, etc) firmly in their mind by constant repetition
incumbent (upon)
adj - imposed as a duty or heavy responsibility on them 2 currently occupying a specified position or office
obstreperous
adj - noisy and hard to control; unruly
pervasive
adj - tending to or having the power to spread everywhere
posthumous
adj - coming or occurring after death
reciprocate
verb - a to give and receive mutually; to interchange
reciprocal
adj - 1 giving and receiving, or given and received; mutual; 2 complementary
semblance
noun - 1 outer appearance, especially when superficial or deceptive. 2 a hint or trace