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Benecolence
bob
Exemplary
(adj)


His EXAMPLARY behaivour was a model for all to follow
Reputable
(adj)
respectable (good repute = good reputation)

Because he was a reputable dealer i had confidence in his products
Gentility
(n)
Refinement, politeness, respectability; or a member of the upper class.

The Aristocracy is expected to behave with gentility
Decorum
(n)
proper or good taste in action speech or dress

A genteel person would always exhibit proper decorum
Punctilious
(adj)
very careful meticulous exact

Cutting a diamond requires punctilious effort.
Candid
(adj)
honest frank outspoken

If you ask for a Candid response, be prepared for the result
Veracity
(n)
habitual honesty, truthfulness; or accuracy or percision

Because of his veracity, he was considered a very trustworthy person
Feasible
(adj)
pracitcal, possible, or capable of being done

It is not Feasible to graduate without attending class
Solace
(n or v)
give comfort to, console, lessen greif

Family support can provide solace during difficult times
Elation
(n)
extreme happiness or joy

winning the lottery would cause you great elation
Avidity
(n)
eagerness, great enthusiasm, or greed

his avidity eventually turned into an obsession
Preoccupy
(v)
to absorb or engross mentally


He was preoccupied by the dramatic events on the news
Morale
(n)
mental condition or state of mind

The morale of the workers deteriorated when their salaries were cut
Wary
(adj)
cuatious, on guard against danger (wary can also mean suspicous of)

When walking in a dark alley you should be very wary
Impunity
(n)
freedom from punishment farm or loss

because he knew he would never get chaught he cheated with impunity
the end
its over idiot