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Deserving rebuke or censure. The reprehensible behavior of the neighborhood bully angered everyone on the block. reprieve (ri· preev) n. 1. postponement or cancellation of punishment, especially of the death sentence. 2. temporary relief from danger or discomfort. The court granted him a reprieve at the last moment because of DNA evidence that absolved him. tribunal (tr¯· byoo·na˘l) n. a court of justice. He will be sentenced for his war crimes by an international tribunal. turpitude ( tur·pi·tood) n.
An overweening supervisor would be presumptuously arrogant and overbearing. 51. b. Blithe means light-hearted and carefree. Only a young child in a playground is likely to be blithe. 52. a. Someone who throws a tantrum because his or her soup was not warm enough is likely to be petulant; unreasonably or easily irritated. 53. b. A ten year old who has never been given responsibility is likely to be puerile; childish and immature. 54. d. Someone who has been waiting hours for a ﬂight that is eventually canceled and whose luggage is lost is likely to be irascible; irritable and hot-tempered.
He will be sentenced for his war crimes by an international tribunal. turpitude ( tur·pi·tood) n. 1. wickedness. 2. a corrupt or depraved act. Such turpitude deserves the most severe punishment. venal ( vee·na˘l) adj. easily bribed or corrupted; unprincipled. The venal judge was removed and disbarred. 45 501 Vocabulary Questions Match the action described in Column A with the name of the crime or criminal nature in Column B. Column A Column B 101. lying under oath 102. conspiring to rig a local abscond 103.