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scarcity or lack
dearth, paucity
unselfish giving of time, money, support to others
altruism
difference, inequality
disparity
arousing awe, extremely large
prodiguous
flowing freely
profuse
barely enough
scant
keen perception, shrewdness, discernment
acumen
friendship, agreement
amity
mercy
clemency
honor and respect due an older or more experienced person; esteem
deference
lightness of mood, humor
levity
natural tendency; fondness for
penchant
a pause, lull, or break, rest from acivity
respite
wisdom
sagacity
referring to the sense of beauty
aesthetic
lack of certainty or definiteness; a feeling of simultaneous, opposing attitudes toward a subject
ambivalence
yield to pressure
capitulate
random, haphazzard, casual
desultory
fleeting, short-lived
ephemeral
deep feeling, passion
fervor
sparing of speech, concise to the point of being rude
laconic
beginner
neophyte
unsophisicated
provincial
untalkative, reserved
reticent
brave in the face of pain or sorrow
stoic
profoundly intense, passionate
vehement
state of decline or deterioration
decadence
a state of moral corruption and decay
depravity
harm, injury, damage
detriment
poverty
indigence
laziness, idleness
indolence
relaxed sleepiness, unwillingness to move
languor
extreme thrift, often stinginess
parsimony
fear, worry
trepidation
irritate, worry
fester, rankle
fast, powerful, often fatal in its progression
virulent
reserved, somber
austere
merry, lighthearted
blithe
well-behaved
demure
easy to direct or discipline
demure
extremely particular or neat; picky
fastidious
careful about the use of money
frugal
generous and forgiving
magnanimous
acceptable or pleasureable
palatable
wise, sensible
prudent
brief, to the point
succinct
to warn strongly or show disapproval
admonish
to make fun of, ridicule or scorn
deride
to belittle someones accomplishments
disparage
exhaust, weary
enervate
to use up in a worthless way
discipate
to irritate or worsen a situation; to intensify
exacerbate
ridicule, make fun of
lampoon
to outlaw, forbid
proscribe
to confess error in wrongdoing
recant
to regret with sorrow
rue
to foil, baffle
thwart
extreme patriot, loyal beyond reason
chauvinist
greed
cupidiaty
to bully or pick on
hector