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BENEVOLENCE
Goodwill or the disposition to do good; or an act of kindness or charity. As an act of bevevolence, members of the club would visit hospitalized patients every week.
EXEMPLARY
Serving as a model, deserving imitation, or commendable; or serving as an ex. or illustration. The preacher referred to the exemplary lives of the saints.
REPUTABLE
Respectable or held in esteem. Libraries are a reputable source of info.
GENTILITY
Refinement, politeness, or respectability; or members of the upper class. The faculty members were impressed by the genitility of the college's new pres.
DECORUM
Propriety and good taste in action, speech, or dress. Maria had a fine sense of decorum bearing herself with grace and ease.
PUNCTILIOUS
Careful, meticulous, or very exact. The officer insisted upon punctilious execution of his commands.
CANDID
Honest, frank, outspoken or sincere; or impartial or fair in statement. In their report the board members tried to be as candid as possible.
VERACITY
Habitual honesty or truthfulness; or accuracy or precision. The editor's passion for veracity mader her check detail in the mauscript.
FEASIBLE
Practicable, possible, or capable of being done. Of all those present, it was the treasurer who proposed the most feasible plan for raising money.
SOLACE
To give comfort to, console, or lessen grief. After his dog's death, friends tried to solace Peter.
ELATION
Happiness or joy. Victory caused us to be elated.
AVIDITY
Eagerness, great enthusiasm, yearning, or greed. Many people desire power, but only a few long for it with avidity.
PREOCCUPY
To absorb or engross mentally.
MORALE
Mental condition or frame of mind.
WARY

IMPUNITY
Cautious, reluctant, on guard

Freedom from punishment, harm