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conscience a feeling that something you have done is morally wrong
principles most important
forthright directly forward
candid expressing opinions and feelings in an honest and sincere way
deceptive intended to make someone believe something that is not true
commitment the attitude of someone who works very hard to do or support something
betray to give information about (a person, group, country, etc) to an enemy
dignity the quality of being worthy of honor or respect
autonomy the state of existing or acting separately from others
demean to lower in character, dignity, or quality
tolerant accepting pains or hardships calmly or without complaint
civil showing consideration, courtesy, and good manners
ridicule the making of unkind jokes as a way of showing one's scorn for someone or something
obligation something one must do because of prior agreement
consequence a condition or occurrence traceable to a cause
persevere to continue despite difficulties, opposition, or discouragement
diligent involved in often constant activity
prudent having or showing good judgment and restraint especially in conduct or speech
rational having the ability to reason
self reliant
prejudice An offer which is made "without prejudice" for the purpose of settling a dispute cannot be construed as an admission of liability or given in evidence
impartial marked by justice, honesty, and freedom from bias
empathetic having or showing the capacity for sharing the feelings of another
gratitude acknowledgment of having received something good from another
insensitive having or showing a lack of sympathy or tender feelings
altruistic having or showing a concern for the welfare of others
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