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A traditional saying that expresses something accepted as a general truth Adage
Kind or full of good will; motivated by charity rather than by desire to profit Benevolent
someone who lies claiming a special talent, skill, or expertise; a fake Charlatan
State of moral corruption; a wicked act Depravity
To explain clarify or provide key info Elucidate
the extreme intensity of an emotion or belief; an intense craze or state of emotion Fervor
unnecessary, out of place, excessive, and unjustifiably gratuitous
Information that is heard from many people and not from the person who made the original statement Hearsay
Remaining unmoved or unaffected by other's opinions or actions; impossible to alter Impervious
Using very few words; concise writing or speech Laconic
Created by: Candy Phipps