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exhilarating
makes one feel lively or cheerful
adherence
holding to; attachment or devotion to a rule, belief, or group
deftly
done with ease or skill
ironic
contrary to what might be expected
aptitude
a naturaL talent or ablity for something
serene
peaceful, calm
distraught
upset, troubled
apprehensive
worried about the future, fearful
transgression
the breaking of a rule or law; a violation
prestige
fame or respect that comes from me's abilities, achievments, possession, association
humiliation
embarrassment
prestige
fame or respect that comes from me's abilities, achievments, possession, association
infraction
the breaking of a rule or law
excruciating
very painful; intense pain
nondescript
not very noticable; doesn't stand out in any way
exuberant
lively; full of energy
Utopia
an imaginary society where everything is perfect and everyone is happy
remorse
sorrow or regret for having done wrong
acquisition
something one has come to own or possess
nurture
to take care of someone's needs
reprieve
a delay in carrying out a punishment
anquish
extreme pain or suffering-mental or physical
exemption
freedom from a duty or obligation
nurturer
one who takes care of someone's needs
meticulously
extremely careful about details
scrupulously
doing something with a strong feeling about what's right to be done
chastise
to scold sharply
integrity
honestly-the quality of being honest
indolence
laziness; idleness
chastisement
a scolding
relinquish
giving something up;let go
conspicuous
easily seen; clearly visible
benign
kindly in feeling; favorable
exasperated
irritated
intrigued
arroused interest or curiousity
interdependence
dependence on eachother
crescendo
becoming louder or stronger