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v
1. to claim that something is true without necessarily having proof; to advance as an arguement or excuse
allege
n
praise; commendation; official approval
approbation
adj
1. faultfinding; several critical
censorious
v
1. to criticize harshly
censure
n
1. exemption from punishment or penalty, as a result of a particular act
impunity
n
1. a representative sent on a special mission, esp. one representing the pope
legate
n
1. impeccable integrity; uprightness
probity
adj
1. inflicting or intending punishment
punitive
v
1. to banish to a place of exile; to dismiss to an obscure or inferior position
relegate
n
1. a morally decadent person
reprobate
n
1. an expression of criticism for a fault or misdeed; a scolding
reproof
n
1. a legal requirement that someone or something appear in court to give or be evidence
subpoena
n
1. a bitter feud, esp. one perpetuated by acts of revenge, often btwn successive generations of 2 families or clans
vendetta
v
1. to clear from blame; to exonerate; to prove to be valid
vindicate
adj
1. revengeful; unforgiving
vindictive