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51 Cards in this Set

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discerntment
careful observation
presumtive
providing a reasonble basis for belief
equitable
equal, fair
eulogy
a speach prasing someone, usually a dead person
deleterious
harmful
consummate
supremely skilled (v) to bring to a state of perfection or fulfill
animosity
strong feeling or dislike
holistic
considering the whole, everything
censure
criticize harshly
dalliance
a trifling way of time dawdlilng
negligence
carelessness
ineffable
unable to be described
quelled
to put down or stopped
sermonized
to preach to someone
wavered
to be indecisive
anomalous
irrefular, abnormal
opprobrium
disgrace, infamy
vocation
a proffesion
prevalence
everywhere, common, often occuring
humanitarian
charitable, benefiting
arbitrary
selected at random, not having a visible reason
entrepreneurial
independent minded, original thinking
indignation
loss of respect or dignity, to feel insulted or disrespected
erratic
unpredictable, bizzare
idiosyncratic
unusual, unpredictable
devoid
empty
disparging
insulting
deflect
to bend or turn aside
dispense
to distribute
vacuity
emptiness
conviction
firmly held belief
pragmatism
thinking in practical terms
futility
uselessness
boorishness
insensitive, crude
prosaic
boring
cursory
overly casual, half effort
whim
sudden or odd notion or disease
treacly
hard to please, excessive delicacy,
painstaking
extra careful
sedulous
diligent in application or attention, persistently maintained
petulant
showing sudden irritation, touchy
mercenary
a soldier who works for profit, someone who is interested in money
myriad
many of
remiss
careless, ngeligent
contempuous
showing disdain scornful
adept
skilled
conflagration
a large disaster or fire
unprecedented
never before known or experianced
indictment
to accuse of crime or wrong doing
steadfastness
fixed in a direction, firm in purpose
vacillated
to keep changing your mind, to go back and forth between two opinions