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foible
(n) a minor weakness or harmless failing in character or behavior
mannerism
(n) a peculiar, habitual way of acting or speaking
parsimony
(n) excessive stinginess
condescend
(v) to stoop, lower oneself, or act patronizingly
obtrude
(v) to force oneself or one's opinions upon
insiunate
(v) 1)to imply or hint indericetly
2)to introduce gradually or subtly
simper
(v) to smirk or smile in a silly, affected way
sheepish
(adj) bashful, embarrased, and awkward
prude
(n) a person who makes an affected display of modesty and ropriety
buffoon
(n) a foolish person or clownish person
dolt
(n) a stupid or foolish person
pert
(adj) lively, saucy, bold, impudent, impertinent
effrontery
(n) shameless boldness, impudence, or forward behavior
temerity
(n) rahsness or reckless boldness
willful
(adj) stubborn, obstinate, or head strong. Done intentionally.