The right to vote in public elections; a vote or the act of voting.
A desire to improve the material, social, and spiritual welfare of humanity, especially through charitable activities; general love for, or benevolence toward, the whole of humankind
Characteristic of somebody with bad manners; surly, sullen, or miserly
Having a particular title, rank, or position, but not possessing the power or exercising the functions usually associated with it; holding a title of rank.
A promptness or eager and speed readiness
Shabbiness and dirtiness resulting from poverty or neglect; a state of moral degradation.
Somebody or something that is perceived as an agent of punishment, destruction, or severe
Strong, healthy and hardy in constitution; built, constructed, or designed to be sturdy, durable, or hard-wearing.
To ask somebody continually, repeatedly, or forcefully for something, especially in a troublesome way; to ask somebody to have sexual relations in exchange for money.
In excess of what is needed; not essential
Part of the very nature of something, and therefore permanently characteristic of it or necessarily involved in it
To express condemnation of something or somebody
To surrender, especially under agreed conditions; to give in to an argument, request, pressure, or something unavoidable
Expressing or feeling regret or sorrow for having committed sins or misdeeds
To state publicly or officially that somebody is not guilty and not to be held responsible; to release somebody from an obligation or requirement.