marked by wisdom or jusdiciousness, WISE.
shrewd in the management or practical affairs.
marked by circumspecion
to rise above or go beyond the limits of.
to triumph over the negative or restrictive.
to set free from an obligation or the consequences of guilt.
to remit (a sin) by absolution.
to disapprove, condemn.
to scold or correct gently or with kindly intent.
to express disapproval of; censure.
to grant as a right or privilege.
to accept as true, valid, or accurate.
o acknowledge grudgingly or hesitantly.
to obtain from a person by force; intimidation; or undue or illegal power.
to gain esp by ingenuity or compelling argument.
to cause to break up.
to cause to become spread widely.
to cause to evaporate or vanish.
manifesting, feeling, or expressing contempt.
the act of bequeathed.
distinguished bravery, military valor, and skill.
of or relating to time as opposed to eternity.
legal competency or fitness.
duty, position, role.
a contagious or infections epidemic disease that is virulent and devastating.
something that is destructive or pernicious.
contradictory doubleness of thought, speech, or action.
the quality or state of being double or two-fold.
the technically incorrect use of two or more distinct items.
something that remains after a part is taken away.
an introductory step, taking first step.
to detect with the eyes,
to way something out when making a decision.
to detect with senses other than vision.
LOUD, OBNOXIOUS, CLAMOUROUS
DEJECTED, DOWNCAST, cheerless.
having a large bulky body.
PROOF, COMMENDATION, PRAISE
an act of approving formally or officially
AGILE, RESPONSIVE, SENSITIVE.
holding much, quick and light in motion.
EXTREME, desperately urgent.
AUDACITY, NERVE. presumptuous attitude or conduct.
an architectural member projecting from a wall.
to alleviate the grief, sense of loss, COMFORT.
to express disapproval.
GENUINE, GOOD, MORAL, VIRTUOUS.
morally right or justifiable.