Def: n. exemption from punishment or freedom from the injurious consequences of an action.
Sentence: Montresor killed Fortunato because of his impunity.
Def: n. an expert judge in the matters of taste
Sentence: Fortunato was a well know connoisseur before his death.
Def: v. use gestures, esp. dramatic ones, instead of speaking or to emphasize one's words
Sentence: Many people gesticulate wildly when they are talking about a subject that they care about.
Def: n. punishment that is considered to be morally right an fully deserved
Sentence: Montresor justified his retribution by telling himself that Fortunato deserved it because of his impunity.
Def: adj. evil in nature or effect, malevolent
Sentence: The stars were arranged in a malign order that scared the centaurs.
Def: n. the customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group
Sentence: The change in etiquette between the carnival above and the catacombs was a bit shocking to Fortunato's drunk mind.
Def: adj. lacking sophistication or good taste; unrefined
Sentence: The doctor in "The Use of Force" was quite vulgar in his actions toward his patient.
Def: v make full use of and derive a benefit from
Sentence: Dee exploited her families history because it was in fashion.
Def: n. an abundance of something
Sentence: The doctor was very impressed by his patients profusion of hair.
Def: n. behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety
Sentence: The doctor's decorum did not last very long when trying to diagnose the girl.