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39 Cards in this Set

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Courage in facing difficulties
Fortitude
intended to deceive or entrap; sly, treacherous
Insidious
a hint, indirect suggestion
Intimation
experimental in nature; uncertain hesitant
Tentative
cautiously, with great care
verbatim
treachery, deceitfulness
duplicity
To praise extravagantly
Meticulous
a longing for something past, homesickness
nostaligia
The purest essence or form of something, the most typical example
quintessence
to examine closely
scrutinize
an enemy opponent
adversary
to enliven cheer give spirit or liveliness to
exhilarate
so unimportant that it can be disregarded
negligible
to make permanent or long lasting
perpetuate
an example that may serve as a basis for imitation or later action
precedent
associated, connected
affiliated
spiteful showing ill will
malevolent
cool and confident unconcerned
nonchalant
knowing everything having unlimited awareness or understanding
omniscient
a remedy for all ills cure-all and answer to all problems
panacea
unselfish concerned with the welfare of others
altruistic
marked by honor courtesy and courage knightly
chivalrous
shy lacking self confidence modest reserved
diffident
rashness boldness
temerity
extremely poisonous; full of malice, spiteful
unfeigned
to include or contain to be made up of
comprise
deprived of the necessities of life lacking in
destitute
definite clearly stated
explicit
high peak or point
pinnacle
open to or marked by bribery or corruption
venal
to see clearly recognize
discern
still existing not exterminated destroyed or lost
extant
deserving blame or punishment
reprehensible
loud and noisy compelling attention
vociferous
to do without give up voluntarily to put off temporarily defer
waive
strong dislike bitter hostility
animosity
lack of feeling emotion or interest
apathy
innocent simple frank sincere
ingenuous
stingy miserly meager poor small
parsimonious