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Aesthetics
Noun- of or concerning the appreciation of beauty or art
The aesthetics of that painting is magnificant
Altruism
Noun- unselfish concern for the welfare of others
She showed true altuism when she helped rebuild houses in NEw Orleans
Stoical
Adjective- Impassive
John was very stoical when his granma died
Meticulous
Adjective- Extremely carelful and precise
Mary was very meticulous about her dishes being put in a certain spot
Visage
Noun- the face
Her visage showed her anger
Neophyte
NOun- Beginner or novice
Clark is a neophyte at baseball
Incessant
adjective- continuin without interuption
SHe incessantly carried on about her date
Dubious
Adjective-doubtful
she was dubious that john had done those stunts himself
Quirk
noun- a strange habit
The way he eats is just one of his quirks
Precocious
adj-being mature / early in developing
the precosious 12 year old is already in college
Unscrupulous
adj-oblivious to what is right and wrong
the unscrupulous behavior of those boys shows they knew the rules they just didnt want to abide by them
Omnipotent
adj-having unlimited power
My parents have omnipotence over me
Unorthodox
adj- breaking tradition
It was unorthodox the way he missed christmas dinner
Futile
adj-having no useful result
The attempt was a good one but was futile in the end
Integrity
noun- honesty
She showed real integrity when she told her parents it was her who broke the vase not her sister