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His benevolent gifts to charities earned him _______ from the public
Plaudits (N)
(deserving imitaton; commendable)
applause
The citizens of Maycomb County did not place much _______ in Tom Robinson.
Credence (N)
Belief or acceptance; trustworthiness, reliability
trust
King Midas _______ gold more than anything else.
Covet (V) (COVETOUS, COVETOUSNESS)
to wish or crave for, to desire greedily
obession
Since I've known him for so long, I can _______ to his honesty.
Attest (V) (ATTESTATION)
To bear witness or verify; to demonstrate or declare as true
verify
Her parents finally _______ to allowing her to drive their car.
Assent (V) (ASSENTER, ASSENTINGLY)
to consent or to agree with
Scout seemed to be in _______ with very few people at her school.
Concord (N) (CONCORDANT, DISCORD)
agreement or harmony; friendly or peaceful relation
A trait is a characteristic that is _______ over an extended period of time
Consistent (ADJ) (CONCORDANT, DISCORD)
Compatible or in agreement; keeping to the same principles or actions
A team must have ________ within its ranks if it is to be successful.
Solidarity (N)
cooperation and loyality based on unity of interests
cooperataion
His _______ to his contry was unmatched
Fidelity (N)
loyality or devotion to duty
a soldier might exibit this
B.H.S. has a _______ with its sister city school system- Takatori - in Japan.
Liaison (N) (LIASON-OFFICER)
a close bond or connection
The teachers held a _______ to discuss the problems in the school.
Palaver (N)
a conference, idscussion, or conversation (can imply idle chatter or flattering persuasion.
discussion
I was ________ by a man who was trying to sell newspaper.
Accost (V)
to approch and speak to (to confront in a challenging way)