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BENEVOLENCE (N)
(Benevolent)
Goodwill or the disposition to do good

He displayed his benevolence by donating his salary to chairty
goodness/charity
EXEMPLARY (ADJ)
(exemplar)
Serving as a model, deserving immitation; commendable
The students Exemplary behavior was a model for the rest of the class
REPUTABLE (ADJ)
(exemplar)
resepectable (good repute = good reputation)
Because she was a reputable babysitter I decided to hire her
GENTILITY (N)
(genteel)
refinement, politeness, respectability; OR a member of the upper class- ie: high tea
The wealthy hosts behaved with gentility
DCORUM (N)
(none)
proper or good taste in action, speech , or dress
Before the party she would always make sure her house exhibited proper decorum
PUNCTILIOUS (ADJ)
(none)/ punctiliousness
very careful, meticulous, exact
Being a doctor requires punctilious behavior
CANDID (ADJ)
(Candor)
Honest, frank, outspoken
If you ask for a candid response, be prepared for the result - the truth hurts
VERACITY (N)
(none)
habitual honesty, truthfulness; OR accuracy or precision
Because of his veracity, he was considered a very trustworthy person
FEASIBLE (ADJ)
(none)
practical, possible, or capable of being done
It is not feasible to graduate from highschool wiht out attending any classes
SOLACE (N OR V)
(none)
give comfort to , console, lessen grief
During a hard time family members or friends can provide solace
ELATION (N)
( none)
extreme happiness or joy
Winning the lottery would cause great elation
PREOCCUPY (V)
(preoccupation)
to absorb or engross mentally
He was preoccupied by his homework
MORALE (N)
(none0
mental condition or state of mind
The morale of the workers deteriorated when their salaries were cut
WARY (ADJ)
(none)
Cautious, on guard against danger
( wary of can be suspicious of)
When walking ina dark alley you should be very wary
IMPUNITY (N)
( none almost always proceded by with)
Freedom from punishment, harm, or loss
Because he knew he would never get caught he cheated with impunity