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infraction
(noun)
breaking of a law or obligation
fraction broken part
syn a crime, sin
redoubtable
(adj)
inspiring fear or awe
illustrious
eminent
syn. fearful
famous
pillage
(v)
to rob of goods by open force
plunder, looting, plunder
plunder
to ravage, invade, trespass, steal
vulnerable
(adj)
open to attack
capable of being wounded
syn open,
wounded
sportive
(N)
fixed sum of money paid periodically for services or to defray expenses
pay her assistant an adequate ___________
prate
(V)
to talk a great deal in a foolish or aimless fashion
________ endlessly about their deeds
babble,boast, brag
restitution
(N)
the act of restoring someone/something to the rightful owner
making good for loss or damage
syn pay back
stalwart
adj strong annd sturdy
brave resolute
noun a brave strong person
a strong supporter
strong aupporter
reprove
(V)
to find fault with
scold
rebuke
criticize
to ________ the child for their unruly behavior
mitigate
(V)
to make milder or softer
to moderate in force or integrity
make milder
______ her anger by offering an apology
punctilious
(adj)
very careful and exact
attentive to fine points of manners(etiquete)
_________ in observing the rules
punctual
syn. extremely careful