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noun - condition of having conflicting attitudes. The manager's ___ toward his star outfielder confused the sportswriters.
verb - to make better or more tolerable; to improve. In an effort to ___ the marriage relationship, the alcoholic agreed to a one-year period of abstinence.
adjective -having exceptional insight. The ___ woman is occasionally used in murder cases to help discover the body.
noun - a denunciation; bitter verbal attack. In a lengthy ___, the governor succeeded in deprecating her predecessor's record.
adjective - lasting for only a short time. Newspapers may be regarded as ___ publications whereas books have greater permanence.
noun - evenness of temper. Facing every crisis with ___, the president inspired confidence among the people.
adjective - too firmly fixed to be reformed or changed. Harry's ___ habit of smoking has impaired our relationship.
verb - to hurt the feelings of or make resentful; to arouse; to excite. Raising taxes to help balance the budget will only ___ the notional temper.
noun- a deep feeling of sorrow or guilt over a wrong one has done. Trudy felt ___ over having broken her promise.
verb - to look at very carefully; to inspect minutely. The umpire decided to ___ the ball after observing the strange movements of the pitcher.
noun - a principle, doctrine, or belief held as a truth by a group. Most people are not susceptible to deviation from the ___ they have been taught in their youth.
adjective - not readily noticeable; inconspicuous. Mr. Cottrell's ___ demeanor was perfect front for his undercover work.
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