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Vicariously
(Adverb) Felt, experienced through another
Usurpation
(Noun) The act of taking over; the power, position, rights of another
Debonair
(Adjective) Suave
Levity
(Noun) Light manner or attitude, especially when inappropriate
Commodity
(Noun) Something useful or of worth
Licentious
(Adjective) Morally undisciplined; having no regard for accepted rules or principles
Conspiracy
(Noun) A secret, deceptive plan
Torrents
(Noun) A raging storm
Fastidious
(Adjective) Difficult to please; meticulously attentive to detail
Judicature
(Noun) Position, function, or authority of a judge
Abstain
(Verb) To refrain from something voluntarily
Perjure
(Verb) Willfully testifying falsely under oath
Arrogant
(Adjective) Overconfident in one's self or one's abilities
Obstinate
(Adjective) Stubbornly adhering to an opinion, attitude, or course of action
Maliciously
(Adverb) Marked by a desire to harm others or to see others suffer
Betoken
(Verb) To be or give a sign of
Eloquent
(Adjective) Vividly or movingly expressive
Construe
(Verb) To analyze or interpret
Frivolous
(Adjective) Unworthy of serious attention; trivial
Repugnant
(Adjective) Contradictory; inconsistent