state or quality of
Turpitude is the state of engaging in immoral or evil activities.
If you are given latitude to do something, you have the freedom to choose your method and exercise your own judgment in doing it—as opposed to someone else's telling you how to go about it.
Decrepitude is the state of being very old, worn out, or very ill; therefore, something or someone is no longer in good physical condition or good health.
Verisimilitude is something's authenticity or appearance of being real or true.
A platitude is an unoriginal statement that has been used so many times that it is considered almost meaningless and pointless, even though it is presented as important.
Lassitude is a state of tiredness, lack of energy, and having little interest in what's going on around you.
Vicissitudes can be unexpected or simply normal changes and variations that happen during the course of people's lives.
You show rectitude if you behave or conduct yourself in an honest and morally correct manner.
When you possess pulchritude, you are beautiful.
Fortitude is the determination or lasting courage to endure hardship or difficulty over an extended period of time.
The magnitude of something is its size or importance.
Someone's aptitude at a skill is their natural ability to perform it well; this word also refers to someone's ability to learn something new or become better at a skill.
When there is a plenitude of something, there is an abundance, ample supply, or significant quantity of it.
The altitude of something, such as a mountain or a plane, is how high up in the air it is.
A person’s attitude is how they choose to think and feel about something.
a state of supreme happiness
a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation
an infinite quantity
a large indefinite number
state of subjection to an owner or master or forced labor imposed as punishment
a feeling of excessive concern
a state of social isolation
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