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demeanor
outward bearing, or behavior

Paul hoped that Timothy would have such good demeanor (outward bearing or behavior) that no one would think against him because of his youth.
inflexible
firm in will or purpose, unyielding

It is good to be inflexible (firm in will or purpose or unyielding) concerning the authority of God's Word.
invigorate
give vigor, life, or energy to

There is nothing like a camping trip in the mountains to invigorate (give vigor, life, or energy) to a person.
ludicrous
laughable, ridiculous

It is ludicrous (laughable, ridiculous) for any Christian to think that he can fight Satan in his own strength.
penetration
keenness of understanding

It does not require any great penetration (keenness of understanding) to recognize that negotiating with terrorists is not wise.
satiate
satisfy beyond desire

Eating three chocolate bars will usually satiate (satisfy beyond desire) a person's appetite for sweets.
sullen
ill-humoredly unsociable; gloomily silent

Because the child could not do what he wanted, he became sullen (humoredly unsociable, gloomily silent).
sumptuous
costly, splendid, luxurious

Unlike the beggar Lazarus, the rich man had sumptuous (costly, splendid, luxurious) meals every day.
tangible
touchable

If an infant is not given tangible (touchable) objects to play with, he will play with sunbeams or shadows.
valor
bravery, gallantry, heroism

Real valor (bravery, gallantry, heroism) consists not in being insensible to danger, but in being prompt to confront and disarm it.