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50 Cards in this Set

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adherence to the truth; truthfulness
veracitu
n
fawning and serile
obsiquious
adj
to put down forcibly; suppress
kwell
V(T)
disparaging, belittling, isulting
pajorative
adj
to usurp the place of, especially through intrigue or underhanded tactics
supplant
V (T)
equality, as in amount, states, or value
parity
n
to get rid of as if by tearing it up by the roots; abolish
eradicate
V(T)
to reject the validity or authority of
repudiate
V(T)
to annoy or bother; to perplex
vex
V(T)
plausible but misleading or fallacious argument
sophistry
n
concerned
solisitous
adj
to officially chrage with wrongdong or a crime
indict
V(T)
to damage, esp. in a disfiguring way
mar
V(T)
great personal dishonor or humiliation; disgraceful condict
ignominy
n
principled, having a sense of right and worng; conscience and exacting
srupulous
adj
to urge w/ repeated appeals, teasing, or flattery
conjol
V(T)
brazen boldness; prsumtuous
effrontery
n
distinguished; prominent
eminent
adj
trickery
chicanery
n
devoted to or biased in support of a party, group, or cause
partizan
n
lax in attending to duty; negligent
remiss
adj
to speak of negatively; to belittle
disparage
V(T)
insulting or intended to insult
derogatory
adj
to thwart or stump
stymie
V(T)
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
consiliatory
adj
capable of being belived; plausible
credible
adj
to free frm blame
exonerate
V(T)
prone to engage in lawsuits
litigous
adj
feining piety of rightousness
sanctimonious
adj
to support w/ proof of evidence; verify
sunstantiate
V(T)
to free from blame
vindicate
V(T)
unselfish concern for hte welfare of others; selflessness
altruism
n
idnentification w/ and understanding of another's situation, feeling and motives
empathetic
adj
to praise highly
extoll
V(T)
full of praise
laudatory
adj
to mutually take or give; to respond in kind
reciprcate
V(T)
no longer in existence or funtioning
defunct
adj
to level ot the ground; demolish
raze V(T)
to crush as if by trampling; squash
squelch
V(T)
to lower on rank, or esteem
abase
V(T)
to mock contemptuously
deride
V(T)
insincere, obsequious flatter
sycophant
n
to remove objectionable content berfore publication or release
expurgate
adj
courageouly or generally noble in mind and heart
magnanimous
adj
to attack as false or questionable
impugn
V(T)
humanitarian; benevolent; relating to monetary genrosity
philanthropic
adj
moral unrightness; righteousness
rectitude
n
to destroy
extirpate
V(T)
disposed to seek revenge; revengeful; spiteful
vindictive
adj
indisputable; not open to question
incontrovertable
adj