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ENMITY
(N)
Deep hatred
there is great Enmity between the palistinians and the Isreali's
INDIGNATION
(N)
A feeling of ritrous anger
she felt indignation when she got a D on a term paper, when she knew she deserved an A
TIRADE
(N)
An outburst of anger
sentence- he shouted a tirade at his enemy
AUDACITY
(N)
Boldness,bravery, a disrespectful atitude.
Sentence-Elektra showed great audacity when she cursed Zeus' statue
INFAMY
(N)
Bad rep.
9/11 is a date that will live in infamy
SCURRILOUS
(ADJ)
Foul-mouthed.
INVIDIOUS
(ADJ)
Envious
The girl was invidious of her friend who was a straight A student
PLAUSIBLE
(ADJ)
Giving a deceptive impression of truth or reliability.
when the girl told her teacher she was at the nurse instead of skipping the teacher replyed "its a plausible story"
SUPPLIANT
(ADJ)
Asking humbly
DIADEM
(N)
A crown worn as a sign of royalty.
CALUMNY
(N)
A false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation.
AUGUR
(N)
A seer or prophet; a soothsayer.
the augur brought good news.
OBSTINANCY
(N)
The state or quality of being stubborn or refractory.
DESPOTIC
(ADJ)
A ruler with absolute power.
sentence-his administration was arrogant and despotic
DISQUIET
(V)
To deprive of peace or rest; trouble.
She was disquiet by the news that her father was seriously ill