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Attribution
The act of setting down or thinking of as belonging to, produced by, or resulting from
Censor
An official with the power to examine publications, movies, television and to remove or prohibit anyhting considered obscene
Censure
a condemning as wrong, strong disapproval
Chase
sexually abstinent
Chasten
to punish in order to correct or make better
Defamation
slander, an attack or insult to injure ones reputation
Eccentric
deviating from the norm
Ethics
the study or standards of conduct or moral judgement
Malefactor
An evildoer or criminal
Mollify
to make less intense, severe, violent
Prurient
having or expressing lustful ideas of desires
Rebuff
snub
Languid
without vigor or vitality
Incongruity
a lacking of harmony or agreement
Impunity
exemption from punishment or penalty
Ignominy
loss of one's reputation
Feign
to make up or invent
Idiosyncrasy
The temperament or mental constituion peculiar to a person or group
Plagiarism
thought or idea thathas been taken from another and represented as ones own
Libel
any false and malicious written or printed statement tending to expose a person to public ridicule, hatred, or contempt or to injure his reputation.