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We started the meeting without the belated representative.
- belated birthday greetings.
- -late, delayed, or detained
- -Old, archaic
They have a callous attitude toward the sufferings of others.
- -made hard; hardened.
- -insensitive; indifferent; unsympathetic
He was a decrepit man who can hardly walk.
- -weakened by old age; feeble; infirm
- -worn out by long use; dilapidated
- The feelings of racism is clearly delineated by the seperated bus seats for the communites
- -to trace the outline of; sketch out
- -a chart or diagram; sketch; rough draft
- -a description, to descript
Salem's ture demeanor is exposed during the withcraft trials
- -conduct; behavior; deportment
- -facial appearance; mien
Flayed pieces of skin, stripped from the bodies of the dead were the results of the battle.
- -to strip off the skin or outer covering of
- -to criticize or scold with scathing severity
- -to deprive or strip of money or property
The criminal was accused of a heinous offense.
hateful; odious; abominable; totally reprehensible
Atticus was known for in imerturbable composure.
incapable of being upset or agitated; not easily excited; calm
He reported the infraction, and the school forfeited the state championship.
- -breach; violation; infringement
- -breaking of the law
He resorted to Machiavellian tactics in order to get ahead.
-characterized by subtle or unscrupulous cunning, -deception, expediency, or dishonesty
After the scandal their families also needed to be shielded from public opprobrium.
- -the disgrace or the reproach incurred by conduct -considered outrageously shameful; infamy
- -a cause or object of such disgrace or reproach
After the disaster pandemonium caused terror in the heart of the capital
- -wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos
- -a place or scene of riotous uproar or utter chaos
She redressed her dolls for the special occasion.
to dress again
At the conclusion of her saga, we were all virtually asleep.
any narrative or legend of heroic exploits
He delivered a staunch defense of the government.
firm or steadfast in principle, adherence, loyalty
The President was guilty of many acts of moral turpitude.
vile, shameful, or base character; depravity
The stock broker earned an unconscionable profit
- -not guided by conscience; unscrupulous
- -excessive; extortionate
- -not reasonable
His tendency to vacillate makes him a poor leader.
- -to waver in mind or opinion; be indecisive or irresolute
- -to sway, staggar, totter
- -to oscillate or fluctuate
- to clear, as from an accusation, imputation, suspicion, or
- to justify
verbal abuse or castigation; violent denunciation or condemnation