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65 Cards in this Set

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demeanor
behavior, manner of conducting oneself
infamy
public disgrace, total loss of reputation
ignominy/ignominious
shame, infamy
haughty
proud and arragant
rankles
(v.) to irritate, to fester painfully
iniquity
sin or crime
apprehensive
fearful, nervous
quietude/disquietude
rest/restlessness, uneasiness
amenable
responsible, accountable
efficacy
power to produce effects
inscrutable
unsearchable, cannot be penetrated by human reason
malice
spite, ill-will, disposition to injure others
melancholy
sadness, dejection
obtrusive
forward
vindicate
defend, justify
exemplary
worthy of imitation
mirth
merriment
expiation
atonement, reparation
malevolence
ill-will
auspicious
fortunate
impalpable
not to be felt
capricious
unpredictable
petulant
irritable
fervently
with great emotion
irrevocably
incapable of being revoked
intangible
incapable of being apprehended by the mind or senses
impelled
urged to action, compelled
intrusive
inclined
duplicity
deliberate deception
mutability
Capability to change
somber
gloomy
sagacity
wisdom
tremulously
with quivering, timidly
quell
suppress
invariable
not changing
defiant
marked by bold resistance
imp
a mischievous child
eminence
a position of great distinction or superiority
emaciated
to make thin
pestilence
an evil, pernicious agent or influence
deleterious
harmful
vivacity
filled with animation and spirit, lively
despondency
depression of spirits from loss of hope
spectre
a phantom, a threatening or haunting possibility
vehemently
with profound emotion
misanthropy
hatred of humanity
gesticulating
making movements to add emphasis during speech
obeisance
a gesture expressing respect, an attitude of respect
ludicrous
absurd or laughable
decorum
conduct
scornful
full of contempt for a person or object thought to be hateful or inferior
ominously
menacingly, threateningly
ponderous
massive
temporal
relating to worldly affairs
perversity
disposed to contradict and oppose
inimical
harmful
latent
present but not evident
infirmity
moral weakness
imbibed
absorbed or drank
reciprocated
to show or feel in return
unattainable
not able to gain
innate
possessed at birth
imputed
to attribute to a source or cause
blight
to ruin
scruple
a guiding principle of conscience