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autonomy
right of self-goverment
independence
freedom
belittle
makke a person or thing seem little or unimportant
disparge
minimize
crude
showing a lack of skill or knowledge
rough
coarse
inexpert
detrimental
causing damage or injury
harmful
injurious
emulate
try by copying to equal or surpass a person or thing admired
imitate
rival
fallacious
containing a false or mistaken idea
deceptive
misleading
glutton
one who eats to excess, greedy eater
orvereater
gourmand
homage
something that shows respect or reverence
honor
tribute
inflexible
rigidly firm in will or purpose
unyielding
adamant
insurrection
act of rising in rebellion against an established government or authority
uprising
revolt
judicuous
having excercising, or characterized by sound judgment
wise
sensible
leeway
extra time, space, materials, etc. within which to operate degree of freedom of action
room
latitude
oversight
error or omission due to carelessness
lapse
punitive
inflicting, involving or aiming at punishment
disciplinary
castigating
recount
relate in detail
narrate
describe
remote
small in degree
negligible
slight
slender
faint
repercussion
reaction to an act, action, or event
aftereffect
consequence
reprisal
act of retaliation against a foe for injuries received
retribution
revenge
counterblow
taunt
challenge reproach (someone) in an insulting or jeering manner
mock
ridicule
warrant
be sufficiant grounds for
justify
sanction