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1. BENEVOLENCE (N)

He displayed his benevolence by donating his salary to charity.
Goodwill or the disposition to do good; or an act of kindness or charity.
2. EXEMPLARY (ADJ)

His exemplary behavior was a model for all to follow.
Serving as a model, dererving imitation; commendable.
3.REPUTABLE (ADJ)

Becuase he was reputable dealer, I had convidence in his products.
Respectable
4. GENTILITY (N)

This aristocracy is expected to behave with gentility.
Refinement, politeness, respectability; OR a memner of the upper class.
5. DECORUM (N)

A genteel person would always exhibit proper DECORUM.
Proper or good taste in action, speech, or dress.
6. PUCTILIOUS (ADJ)

Cutting a diamond requires punctilious effort.
Very careful, meticulous, exact
7. CANDID (ADJ)

If you ask for a candid reponce, be prepared for the result.
Honest, frank, outspoken
8. VERACITY (N)

Becuase of hos veracity, he was concidered a very trustworth person.
Habitual honesty, truthfulness; OR accuracy or precision.
9. FEASIBLE (ADJ)

It is not at all feasable to graduate from BHS without ever attending classes.
Practicle, possible, or capable or being done.
10. SOLACE (N or V)

Family support can provide SOLACE during difficult times.
Give comfort to console, lessen grief.
11. ELATION (N)

Winning the lottery would cause you great elation
Extreme happiness or joy
12. AVIDITY (N)

His avidity eventually turned itno an obsession.
Eagerness, great enthusiasm, or greed.
14. MORALE (N)

The morale of the workers deterierated after thier salary was cut.
Mental condition or state of mind
15. WARY (ADJ)

When walking in a dark alley, you should be very wary
Cautious, on guard against danger (wary of can be mean suspicious of)
16. IMPUNITY (N)

Becuase he knew he would never get cuasght, he cheated with IMPUNITY.
Freedom from punishment, harm, or loss