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51 Cards in this Set

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mien
face or actions or manners that reveal your state of mind
fastidious
fussy or overly-particular, critical, particular, hard to please
supercilious
showing arrogance, superiority, or contempt
impertinent
to be rude, intrusive, or uncivil
pedantic
overly learned or showing off what you know
indolent
lazy, lacking energy, lethargic
countenance
appearance, esp. in the face, or the face. verb: to permit, to approve, to support
odious
hateful, detestable, offensive
iniquitous
unjust, wicked, sinful
obsequious
being a suck up, attempting to win favor by flattery or complete obedience
implacability
not to be appeased, satisfied, or calmed
insolent
boldly rude, disrespectful, impertinant
veracity
truthfulness, correctness
conjecture
a guess or speculation, to guess or speculate
hauteur
arrogance or hautiness
entreat
plead, to beg, to ask earnestly
diffidence
shyness
dissemble
to mislead, to conceal the truth, to put on a false appearance
coquetry
fliration or behavior of a coquette
effusion
pouring forth or an unrestrained outpour of emotion
approbation
approval
diapprobation
disapproval or condemnation
rectitude
correctness, rightness, moral virtue
impute
attribute, or give credit to
repine
to complain or to be discontented
imprudence
rash, lacking discretion, quality of lacking caution, being unwise, or rash
prudence
quality of being wise, careful, cautious
duplicity
speaking or acting in different ways with intent to mislead
mercenary
influenced by greed, working/acting only for money as a reward
felicity
happiness or bliss
affability
friendliness, warmth
alacrity
cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness, eagerness, livliness, briskness
controverted
disputed, raised opposition to or voiced arguments against
officious
medalsome, aggressive in wanting unwanted help
caprice
sudden, unpredictable change, whim
scruples
moral principles or rules
lamentations
act of expressing grief
volubility
quality of being fluent in speech or writing
conjugal
relating to marriage or to married people
impropriety
quality of being improper, incorrect, or inappropriate
querulous
complaining, full of complaints, discontented
perturbation
an unhappy, worried mental state, agitation, the act of perturbing
eminence
a position of distinction or superiority, a hill
tete-a-tete
a private conversation between two people
pecuniary
relating to money
acrimony
sharpness, harshness, bitterness of speech, nature, or disposition
profligate
recklessly wasteful and extravagent, deplorably, degraded
invectives
language or expression that is abusive or denuciatory
sanguine
cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, confident, reddish
licentiousness
lack of moral discipline, lack of sexual restraint
connubial
relating to marriage or to married people