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avidity
craving, eagerness, desire
benevolence
performing kind, charitable acts
candid
free from prejudice, impartial. sincere.
decorum
having apropriate behavior
elation
extreme joy
exemplary
commendable, good role model
feasible
capable of being accomplished
gentility
high social standings, refined
impunity
exemption from punishment, penalty or harm
morale
exhibiting confidence, cheerfulness, discipline, and willingness to perform assigned tasks.
preoccupy
already busy
punctilious
presise
reputable
good reputation, honorable
solace
comfort in sorrow, consilation
veracity
truthfullness
wary
on guard, watchful
abash
To make ashamed or uneasy; disconcert.
austere
severe, stern
derange
1.) To disturb the order or arrangement of.
2.) To upset the normal condition or functioning of.
3.) To disturb mentally; make insane.
despondent
dejected
disconcert
to frustrate by disorder
downcast
low in spirits, depressed. (usually a look)
harass
bother, irritate
languid
weak
melee
chaos
mischance
mishap, bad luck
misgiving
To be suspicious, apprehensive, or doubtful.
morose
melancholy
privation
Lack of the basic necessities or comforts of life.
recoil
To shrink back, as in fear or repugnance.
rue
To feel regret, remorse, or sorrow for.
tribulation
Great affliction, trial, or distress; suffering
(usually used as trials and tribulations)
accost
demand, request
assent
to agree
attest
to affirm something correct
concord
harmony and agreement
consistent
Being in agreement with itself
covet
desire, envy
credence
belief
fidelity
Faithfulness to obligations, duties, or observances.
liaison
a close bond or connection
palaver
a conference, discussion, or conversation
plaudits
praise and approval
solidarity
a union of interests
cull
to select.
to gather, collect
to remove rejected members of a group
deride
to speak of or treat with contempt
derogatory
belittling
dissent
to disagree
harangue
a long pompus speech
imprecation
a curse
malediction
the calling down of a curse. Also, a slander.
repudiate
to reject the validity or authority of
taunt
to reproach in a mocking manner
omnipotent
all powerful or having unlimited power or influence
arbitrary
dictitorial or characterized by absolute power.
*selected at random
vanquish
to defeat completely (stronger than conquer)
override
to dominate, or supress
constrain
to restrain or force
provocation
irritates or insites anger
militate
to have effect or weight on something (military people have large weights)
embroil
to get involved in someone else's quarell
contrive
to scheme or plan (non material things)
conduce
to contribute toward
ingratiate
to bring ones self into anothers good graces
incantation
spell
conciliate
win good will by persuasion or pacify.
mollify
to soothe or reduce in intensity
assuage
to pacify, calm, satisfy or make less severe
sufferance
suffering
succumb
to die, or to give way to
susceptible
prone to (susceptible to/of)