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12 Cards in this Set

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What is Benevolence? (Noun-Benevolent)
Goodwill or the disposition to do good:an act of kidness or charity

*He displayed his benevolance by donating his salary to charity*
What is Exemplary? (adjective-Exemplar)
Serving as a model, deserving imtation' commendable

*His exemplary behavior was a model for all to follow.*
What is Reputable (adjective-repute)

*Because he was a REPUTABLE dealer, I had confidence in his products*
What is Gentility? (Noune-Genteel)
Refinment,politness, respectability'or a member of the upperclass

*the aristocracy is expected to behave with gentility*
What is Decorum? (noun)
Proper or good taste in action, speech, or dress.

*A genteel person would always exhibit proper decorum*
what is Punctilious? (Adjective)
Very careful, meticulous, exact

*Cutting diamonds requires Punctilious effort*
What is CANDID? (adjective-candor)
Honest, Frank, Outspoken

*If you ask for a Candid response, be prepared*
What is Veracity? (Noun)
Habitual, Honesty, truthfulness: Or accuracy or precision

*Because of his VERACITY, he was considered a trustworthy person*
What is Feasible? (adjective)
Proctical, possible, or capable of being done

*It is not at all Feasible to graduate from BHS without ever attending class*
What is Solace? (W or V)
Give comfort to, console, lessen grief

*Family support can provide solace during difficult times*
What is Elation? (Noun)
extreme happiness or joy

*Winning the lottery would caus you great elation*
What is AVIDITY (Noun-Avial)
Eagerness, great enthusiasm, or greed.

*His AVIDITY eventually turned into an obsession*