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  1. Retribution
    n:punishment
  2. chastening/chastise
    n:punishment
  3. chastening/chasten
    n:it makes regret u did bad
  4. castigation/castigate
    n:secord criticise
  5. nemesis
    n:well deserve punishment
  6. punitive
    a:punishing
  7. condign
    :deserved nd severe punishment
  8. culpable
    a:blameworthly
  9. errant
    a:blameworthly
  10. reprehensible
    a:blameworthly
  11. infamous
    a:famous for bad quality
  12. notorious
    a:famous for bad quality
  13. disreputable
    a:loving bad reputation
  14. ignominy/ignominous
    n:public disagrace
  15. infamy
    n:public disagrace
  16. opprobrium/opprobrious
    n:public disagrace
  17. obloquy
    n:public disagrace
  18. indignity
    n:insult
  19. slight
    n:insult
  20. affront
    n:insult
  21. debase
    v:to humilate or dishonour
  22. demean
    v:to humilate or dishonour
  23. degrade
    v:to humilate or dishonour
  24. snub
    v:to humilate or dishonour
  25. belittle
    v:to lowers or to say it is worthless,blame
  26. decry
    v:to lowers or to say it is worthless,blame
  27. detract
    to take away quality or reputation
  28. denigrate
    v:to treat lack in value or importance
  29. disparage/disparaging
  30. defame/defamation
    v:harm reputation
  31. slander
    v:harm reputation opinion of or to write or say blacken good
  32. vilification
    v:harm reputation opinion of or to write or say blacken good
  33. maligan
    v:say unpleasnt & untruth
  34. libel
    n:written defamation
  35. insinuation/insinuate
    n:an direct or covert sugestion or hint especialy of derogatory nature
  36. innuendo
    n:ad direct or covert sugestion or hint especialy of derogatory nature
  37. suneer at
    v: some1 or somethng is expressive
  38. jeers at
    v:ur contempt for them by d expression on ur face
  39. scoff at
    v:ur contempt for them by d expression on ur face
  40. taunt
    v:to make casuatic comments
  41. heckle
    v:to make casuatic comments
  42. dodge
    v:to avoid or wardoff
  43. parry
    v:to avoid or wardoff
  44. evade
    v:to avoid or wardoff
  45. elude
    v:to avoid or wardoff
  46. sidestep
    v:to avoid or wardoff
  47. circumvent/skirt
    v:to avoid or wardoff
  48. shirk
    v:to avoid or wardoff
  49. deflect
    v:to turn
  50. veer
    v:to turn
  51. swerve
    v:to turn suddenly
  52. careen
    v:to turn suddenly
  53. equivocate
    v:to avoid an issue or avoid telling truth
  54. prevaricate/prevarication
    v:to avoid an issue or avoid telling truth
  55. temporize
    v:to avoid an issue or avoid telling truth
  56. equivocal/equivocation
    a:erasive doubtful
  57. noncommittal
    a:unwilling to decide
  58. ambigous
    a:not clear
  59. ambivalent
    a:mixed feelings
  60. x absolute
    a:without limit/total
  61. unqualified
    a:entire ,whole
  62. plenary
    a:entire
  63. categorical
    a:absolute
  64. foster
    v:to promote
  65. kindle
    v:to promote
  66. nurture
    v: take care
  67. be conducive to
    protect lovingly or to help
  68. cherish
    protect lovingly or to help
  69. harbour
    to shelther
  70. asylum
    n:shelter or save place
  71. sanstuary
    n:shelter or save place
  72. heven/refuge
    n:shelter or save place
  73. surrogate
    a:substitute
  74. blaze
    n:fire
  75. conflagration
    n:big fire
  76. inferno
    n:very big fire
  77. kindle
    v:to light d fire
  78. agnite
    v:to light d fire
  79. scald
    v:to burn
  80. scorch/scorching
    v:dry heat
  81. sear`
    v:dry heat
  82. smoulder
    v:burn without flame
  83. singe
    v:burn slightly
  84. char
    v:burn totally
  85. incinerate/incineration
    v:burn to ashes
  86. sweltering
    a:pressively hot
  87. sultry/muggy
    a:hot & hume of
  88. x frigid
    a:extremely cold
  89. glacial
    a:extremely cold

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