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  1. Claiming beliefs that one does not really possess or follow; falseness Stop smoking; it’s bad.

  2. Hypocrisy (noun) • Hypocritical (adj) • Hypocritically (adv) • Hypocrite (noun)

  3. To understand, to comprehend

  4. Fathom (verb)

  5. Understood, but not clearly stated or written

  6. Implicit (adj) • Implicitly

  7. Someone blamed for the faults of others

  8. Scapegoat (noun)

  9. Stubbornly unyielding; won’t surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined.

  10. Adamant (adj) • Adamantly (adv)

  11. Occurring at just the right time

  12. Opportune (adj) • Opportunely (adv) • Opportunity (noun)

  13. Guilt and regret

  14. Remorse (noun) Remorseful (adj) Remorsefully (adv)

  15. Unable to be fixed

  16. Irreparable (adj) Irreparably (adv)

  17. To banish or exclude someone from a group

  18. Ostracize (verb) Ostracism (noun) ostracizing (adj)

  19. Doubting, distrustful, pessimistic

  20. Cynical (adj) • Cynically (adv)

  21. Someone or something that takes and takes without giving in return

  22. Parasite (noun) Parasitic (adj) Parasitically (adv)

  23. Directly stated, spelled out clear I love you with all my heart, Darling. I want to break up.

  24. Explicit (adj)Explicitly (adv)

  25. To slowly weaken by wearing away at something or someone

  26. Undermine (verb)undermining (adj)

  27. Easily tricked

  28. Gullible (adj) Gullibly (adv)

  29. Short, but clearly understandable To brief, vote for me; I’m great!

  30. Succinct (adj) Succinctly (adv)

  31. The direct opposite of what a character, audience or person expects.

  32. Irony (noun) Ironic (adj) Ironically (adv)

  33. To feel a deep, brewing anger

  34. Seethe (verb)

  35. Sadness, gloom, depression

  36. Melancholy (noun) Melancholy (adj)

  37. Based on morals/values; acting on what is right

  38. Ethical (adj) Ethically (adv) Ethics (noun)

  39. Recklessly ignoring what is right; immoral, cruel or excessive liars

  40. Wanton (adj.) • Wantonly (adverb) • Wantonness (noun)

  41. To agree with

  42. Concur (verb)

  43. Deliberate, on purpose, without hiding, obvious

  44. Blatant (adj) Blatantly (adv)

  45. The one working against the protagonist; the one we want to fail

  46. Antagonist (noun) Antagonistic (adj) Antagonistically(adv)

  47. Foreshadows something bad is going to happen

  48. Ominous (adj) ominously (adv)

  49. Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values

  50. Integrity (noun)