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Swarthy
Tan
Bellicose
Warlike, aggressive, quarrelsome
Altruism
The basic principle of Altruism is that man had no right to exist for his own sake, that service to others is the only justification of his existance, and that self sacrifice is his dutry, virtue, and value.
Gravity
Weighty importance, seriousness of dignity
Machinations
The act of plotting
Susceptible
Open to some influence
Gambol
A running and jumping about in play; caper
Collectivism
System of ownership
Conjecture
To guess
Inimical
Hostile, unfriendly, harmful
Affinity
1. Sympathy;attraction.
2. Relationship
Taciturn
Speaking very little
Transgression
The breaking of a law or oath
Serville
1. excessively willing to serve or please others.
2. of or characteristic of a slave or slaves.
Obsequious
Exessivly submissive, obedient, or flattering
Hostel
An inexpensive, supervised plave for young travelers to stay overnight.
Hospice
A place/program to help take care of the terminally ill.
Ego
Part of mind that is aware of itself as different from others and calls itself "I"
Ignominious
Shameful;dishonorable
Recrimination
An accusation in retaliation for an accusation made against oneself.
Reveille
Bugle that plays song to wake up people, usually at a camp.
Dossier
Collection of papers of documents pertaining to a particulat person/subject.
Morality
Set of ideas about what is right and wrong in human conduct.
Reprobate
Person of thoroughly bad character
Indefatigable
Never getting tired or giving up.
Mercurial
Having rapid and unpredicttable changes of mood.
Peremptory
Showing disregard for the opinions or wishes of others.
Protracted
Drawn out, continued, or extended.
Incipient
Starting to come into being or to become evident
Ethical
Related to moral or correct behavior.