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List109thgrade1

  1. 1. To do away with legal penalties for
  2. 2. Decriminalize To do away with legal penalties for
  3. 3. An assistant who does a variety of jobs
  4. 4. Factotum* An assistant who does a variety of jobs
  5. 5. One responsible for a crime
  6. 6. Culprit One responsible for a crime
  7. 7. An accusation made in reply; a countercharge
  8. 8. Recrimination An accusation made in reply; a countercharge
  9. 9. Having too many twists and turns
  10. 10. Tortuous* Having too many twists and turns
  11. 11. To scold or criticize
  12. 12. Reprove To scold or criticize
  13. 13. One who argues in favor of
  14. 14. Proponent* One who argues in favor of
  15. 15. Praise or approval
  16. 16. Approbation Praise or approval
  17. 17. To unfold; to develop or change gradually
  18. 18. Evolve* To unfold; to develop or change gradually
  19. 19. Deserving blame
  20. 20. Culpable Deserving blame
  21. 21. To reveal guilt, or make someone appear guilty
  22. 22. Incriminate To reveal guilt, or make someone appear guilty
  23. 23. To teach a certain point of view
  24. 24. Indoctrinate* To teach a certain point of view
  25. 25. To prove not guilty
  26. 26. Exonerate To prove not guilty
  27. 27. To overthrow by undermining
  28. 28. Subvert* To overthrow by undermining
  29. 29. Unpleasant and burdensome
  30. 30. Onerous Unpleasant and burdensome
  31. 31. The basic framework of a building or system
  32. 32. Infrastructure* The basic framework of a building or system
  33. 33. Statement uttered to show personal responsibility for wrong
  34. 34. Mea Culpa Statement uttered to show personal responsibility for wrong
  35. 35. To force someone to comply with a demand
  36. 36. Extort* To force someone to comply with a demand
  37. 37. A dishonest or immoral person
  38. 38. Reprobate A dishonest or immoral person
  39. 39. Burden or obligation
  40. 40. Onus Burden or obligation

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