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noble in heart and mind
magnanimous
suggestive of doing good
benevolent
selflessness
altruistic
stubborn
Obdurate
deviation from common rule, order, or form
anomaly
harmless
innocuous
an ethical consideration that makes one easy
scrupulous
a preference
predilection
lacking spirit or independence
servile
undecided
irresolute
ready, to set right
rectify
moral corruption or degradation
depravity
little interest or care
prefunctory
inclined to be quiet or secretive
reticence
to regard with respect or admiration, revere
venerate
deceptive
fallacious
intensity of emotion
fervor
to overcome the distrust or animosity of, appease
conciliatory
concise, brief
laconic
to consent or comply passively w/o protest
acquiesce
impulsive and unpredictable
capricious
unquestionable
incontrovertible
deliberate ddeceptiveness
duplicity
act of substituting an indirect term for one considered harsh, blunt, or offensive
euphemism
worthy of deserving blame or censure
reprehensible
lasting for a brief time
ephemeral
seriousness or importance
gravity
marked by a rapid, severe, or malignant course
virulent
severe or stern in disposition or appearance; somber and grave
austere
a disposition to show mercy
clemency
a lessening or reduction
diminution
tendency to pervade or permeate
pervasive
having or showing shrewdness and discernment
astute
not susceptible to change
immutable
indifferent to plain or pleasure
stoic
trace the outline of
delineate
causing or tending to cause sleep
soporific
tireless
indefatigable
having hidden meaning
cryptic
publicly known
notoriety
good humored satire
lampoon
pretentious, showiness
ostentatious
a state of alarm or fear
trepidation
ordinary
mundane
selecting or employing individual elements from a variety of sources
eclectic
authorative, arrogant assertion of unproved or unprovable priciples
dogmatic
scornfully, condescendingly proud
haughtiness
fertile; producing much
prolific
enjoying company of others; sociable
gregarious
to procreate
engender