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irreproachable

blamesless, perfect, flawless

nefarious

wicked, evil

pilfer

steal

rectitude

moral virtue

reprehensible

worhty of blame, criticism, or hatred

scrupulous

strict in morals, careful, precise

vulgar

unrefined, lacking good taste or manners, low

abstain

to hold oneself back voluntarily esp. from something improper

dissipate

1. to scatter / disperse 2. to indulge in extravagant, dissolute pleasure

scrutinize

to examine in detail with careful or critical attention

extravagant

spending much more than necessary, excessively high

virtue

moral excellence

renounce

to give up, stay away from, disown esp. formally

echelon

a level of command, authority or rank

deprecate

to express earnest disapproval of, belittle, depreciate

rife

abudant, plentiful, numerous

pillory

used to expose an offender to public derision, a wooden framework with holes for securing the head and hands

ethereal

light, airy, or tenuous, exteremely delicate

slough

an outer layer of the skin that gets replaced, soft, muddy ground, helplessness

opprobium

disgrace, shame

apprehend

to catch, to understand

apprehensive

fearful, worried (also quick to understand but in SAT fearful)

appraise

to assess the value of something

apprise

to inform / advise someone

callous

insensitive, having a hard heart

callow

immature, inexperienced, youthful

conscientious

diligent

consciou

mentally aware

discreet

careful with one's conduct, esp. with sensitive matters (+ power to act according to one's judgement)

discrete

separate and distinct

discretion

at discretion, of one's own will

prudent

careful with one's conduct, esp. for the feature

castigate

to punish to correct, to criticize

efface

to wipe away

deface

to mar

equitable

fair

equivocal

open to different meanings, unclear, undecided

expeditious

quick

expedite

to speed up process

expedient

suitable for the circumstance

flout

to disregard with scorn; scoff at

flaunt

to show off

indelible

cannot be erased

ineffable

cannot be expressed in words

indigent

poor

indignant

righteously angry

indigent

native to~

obscure

1. hard to understand 2. unclear, ambiguous 3. not well known

obtuse

slow in understanding

perquisite

benefits above normal // mem. - perks

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