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15 terms

Chapter 6

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arbiter
a person who decides disputed issues
disingenous
not straightforward; lacking in sincerity; pretending to know less than one actually does
egregious
outrageously bad; clearly wrong or illegal
exculpate
to free from guilt or blame
fabricate
(1) concoct in order to deceive (2) to create or build
heinous
hatefully evil
incorrigible
unable to be reformed; difficult to control
jurisprudence
the philosophy or science of law; a system of laws
libel
a written or published falshood injuring to reputation of the written piece's subject; to lie maliciously in print about someone
litigious
prone to filing lawsuits
notorious
widely and unfavorably known; infamous
plausible
credible; appearing to be true
slander
false changes and malicious statements about someone; to make false charges against someone
unfetter
set free or restrictions or bonds
vidicate
free from blame