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- Goodwill or the disposition to do good; or an act of kindness or charity. As an act of bevevolence, members of the club would visit hospitalized patients every week.
- Serving as a model, deserving imitation, or commendable; or serving as an ex. or illustration. The preacher referred to the exemplary lives of the saints.
- Respectable or held in esteem. Libraries are a reputable source of info.
- Refinement, politeness, or respectability; or members of the upper class. The faculty members were impressed by the genitility of the college's new pres.
- Propriety and good taste in action, speech, or dress. Maria had a fine sense of decorum bearing herself with grace and ease.
- Careful, meticulous, or very exact. The officer insisted upon punctilious execution of his commands.
- Honest, frank, outspoken or sincere; or impartial or fair in statement. In their report the board members tried to be as candid as possible.
- Habitual honesty or truthfulness; or accuracy or precision. The editor's passion for veracity mader her check detail in the mauscript.
- Practicable, possible, or capable of being done. Of all those present, it was the treasurer who proposed the most feasible plan for raising money.
- To give comfort to, console, or lessen grief. After his dog's death, friends tried to solace Peter.
- Happiness or joy. Victory caused us to be elated.
- Eagerness, great enthusiasm, yearning, or greed. Many people desire power, but only a few long for it with avidity.
- To absorb or engross mentally.
- Mental condition or frame of mind.
- Cautious, reluctant, on guard
Freedom from punishment, harm
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