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60 Cards in this Set

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deceit
deception or trick
Hypocrisy
insincerity, pretending to be what one is not
fallacious
false, misleading, deceptive
gouge
to cheat or defraud someone
specious
false
prevaricate
to lie
charlatan
an impostor, a quack, a con artist
fabricate
to make up for the purpose of deception, to manufacture
guile
deciet, cunning, trickery, duplicity
affected
acting in an artifical way, putting on a false appearance
chicanery
deception by artful trickerey
insidious
treacherous, sneaky, sly
bilk
to defraud, cheat, swindle
feign
put on a false appearance, pretend for deceptive purposes
stratagem
plan to decieve or trick
spurious
counterfeit, false
apocryphal
doubtful origin
follity
merriment, fun
jubilee
special aniversary
carouse
rowdy, drunkedn marrymaking
cavort
to skip about, prance, excessive partying
buoyancy
ability to float, lightness of spirit
effervescent
bubbling, vivacious, exhilarated
blithe
filled with gaitey, cheerful, carefree, jovial
gambol
leap about, frolic, play
sanguine
cheerful, hopeful
destitute
impoverished
pauper
poor person
insolvent
out of money
penury
extreme poverty
squalor
filthiness caused by poverty
mendicant
beggar, poor person
impecunious
poor, having no money
brevity
briefness, shortness of duration
concise
briefy stated, succint
terse
effectively consise, short yet polished
pithy
shoty, concise, precisely meaningful
laconic
using a minimum number of words
tactiturn
disinclined to talk, silent
sententious
short and moralistic in expression
irreverent
lacking respectt
desecrate
to treat with disrespect
profane
ungodly
heresy
dissent from traditional beliefs
blasphemy
lack of respect for god, heresy
iconoclasm
attacking traditional ideas
savory
good tasting
aromatic
fragrant, having an agreeable odor
euphony
sweet sounding, pleasing to the ear
redolent
fragreant, having an agreeable odor
dulcet
pleasing to the ear, melodus
abashed
embarrased, made ashamed
chagrin
distress caused by humiliation or failure
mortify
to casue to suffer extreme embarrassment
ignominy
deep personal humiliation and disgrace
abstract
thoereticalm lacing substance
amorphous
without shape or form
incorporeal
without shape/body
ethereal
without form, heavenly
nebulous
vauge and indistinct