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animus
an intention of purpose; feeling of animosity
corpulent
having a large overweight body; obese
corpus
a large collection of writings of a specific kind
corpuscle
a cell capable of free movement in a liquid; minute globular particle
equanimity
the quality of being calm and even-tempered; composure
inanimate
not having qualities associated with active, living organisms
incorporate
to unite with something already in existence; cause to combine into a united whole
incorporeal
lacking material form or substance; intangible
magnaminous
noble of mind and heat; generous; unselfish
pusillanimous
cowardly; lacking courage
abscond
to leave quickly and secretly to avoid arrest or prosecution
bilk
to cheat or swindle; evade payment of
clemency
mercy, expecially toward an offender or enemy; leniency
contrite
sincerely sorry for one's sins or inadequacies
impute
to attribute (a crime or fault) to another; attribute to a cause or source
iniquity
wickedness; sinfulness
redress
to set right; rectify
reprehensible
deserving of blame
restitution
the act of restoring to the rightful owner something that has been taken away, lost, or surrendered
vindicate
to clear of accusation, blame, or suspicion by means of evidence or proof
atrophy
to waste away; wither
debilitate
to make feeble; to weaken
livid
discolored or ashen; extremely angry
moribund
approaching death or an end
noxious
injurious or harmful to the mind or morals; corrupting; noxious
pestilent
causing death or is likely to cause an epidemic disease
prostrate
to weaken or render helpless; to overcome
salubrious
favorable to health or well-being
scourge
a cause of great suffering or harm
unscathed
unharmed; uninjured