Flashcards in English Vocab 4 Deck (20)
v. To run away secretly and hide, often in order to avoid arrest or prosecution.
n. 1. An absolving or clearing from blame or guilt. 2. A formal declaration of forgiveness; redemption.
v. To deceive or defraud; to swindle or cheat, especially to evade paying one's debts.
v. To inflict a severe punishment on; to chastise severely.
v. To punish severely; to criticize harshly, rebuke.
n. A secret agreement between two or more people for a deceitful or fraudulent purpose; conspiracy.
n. 1. Excessive wickedness. 2. A monstrous offense or evil act; atrocity.
v. To free from blame, to clear from a charge of guilt.
n. Misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official; improper professional conduct.
n. A villain, criminal; evil person.
n. A trivial offense; a small sin or fault.
n. The deliberate willful giving of false, misleading, or incomplete testimony while under oath.
v. To steal.
adj. disobedient, unruly; refusing to obey authority.
n. A relapse or backslide, especially into antisocial or criminal behavior after conviction and punishment.
adj. deserving rebuke or censure.
n. 1. Postponement or cancellation of punishment, especially of the death sentence. 2. Temporary relief from danger or discomfort.
n. A court of justice.
n. 1. Wickedness. 2. A corrupt or depraved act.