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Complicity
involvement in wrongdoing;the state of being an acomplice.
Inane
silly, empty of meaning or value
Agnostic
one who believes nothing is known about God;a skeptic
Indictment
the act of accusing
Eqity
the state or quality of being just, fair, or impartial
Abject
degraded, wretched;base, contemptable;cringing,servile; complete and unrelieved
Diatribe
a bitter and prolonged verbal attack
Intermittent
stopping and beginning again, sporadic
Derelict
Somone or somthing that is abandoned or neglected.
Effigy
a crude image of a desired person
Indubitable
certain, not to be doubted or denied
Travesty
a grotesque or grossly inferior imitation;a disquise
Surveillance
a watch kept over a person
Meretricious
superficially attractive in a showy,cheap,or vulgur way
Neophyte
a new convert, beginner, novice
Sylvan
petaining to or characteristic of forests;wooded
Moot
Open to discussion and debate, unresolved
Perspicacity
Keeness in observing and inderstanding
Testy
Easily irritates;impatience and exasperation
Plenary
complete in all aspects or essentials;absolute
Motif
a principle idea or feature
Prestigious
having a highly favorable reputation