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level f #5

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any act of forgiveness general pardon for an offense against a government amnesty
self government political control autonomy
self evident expressing an accepted principle or rule axiomatic
to adorn or embellishment to display conspicuously to publish or proclaim widely blazon
a warning or caution to prevent misunderstandings or discourage behavior caveat
fair just embodying principles of justice equitable
to free from entanglement or difficulties to remove with effort extricate
to steal especially in a sneaky way in petty amounts filch
to mock treat with contempt flout
tending to be troublesome unruly quarrelsome contrary unpredictable fractious
a rule of conduct or action precept
beneficial helpful healthful wholesome salutary
bitterly severe withering causing great harm scathing
to whip punish severely cause of affliction or suffering a source of severe punishment criticism scourge
funereal typical of the tomb extremely gloomy or dismal sepulchral
tending to cause sleep relating to sleepiness or lethargy induces sleep soporific
extremely strict in regard to moral standards and conduct prudish puritanical straitlaced
lasting only a short time fleeting transient
not easily carried handled or managed because of size or complexity unwieldy
dull or uninteresting tiresome lacking in sharpness flavor liveliness or force vapid
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