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admonish
v; warn, caution, remind
avarice
n; greed, excessive desire
castigate
v; to punish/chastise
censure
n; disaproval, criticism
depravity
n; corruption, moral perversion
derision
n; mockery, ridicule
duplicity
n; dishonesty, deceitfullness
equivocate
n; to conceal the truth, to lie, to be deliberately umbigous
harbinger
n; signal, announcement/announcer
implore
v; to beg/plead
laudable
adj; praiseworthy
munificent
adj; generous, giving
niggardly
adj; stingy, ungenerous
palpable
adj; real, tangible (palpable fear of the dark)
pernicious
adj; fatal, deeply destructive, dangerous (a pernicious crime)
perturb
v; disturb, upset, unsettle
prevaricate
v; equivocate (and definition of that)
succor
n; help, aid, support, healing
vernacular
adj/n; noun=common speech; adj=vernacular language/expression, kolocquial
wanton
adj; reckless, showing extreme disregard