wanting what somebody else has: wanting to have somebody else's success, good fortune, qualities, or possessions
not relevant: irrelevant or unimportant
unfaithful; person who hops from bed to bedconsideration
careful thought or deliberation
make sure or positive of something
clear: precise and distinct
an area planted with many types of trees and plants for study, display, and preservation
intentionally trick or mislead somebody: to mislead or deliberately hide the truth from somebody
somebody or something useful: somebody or something that is useful and contributes to the success of something
able or tending to persuade: having the ability to persuade people or the effect of persuading them
somebody affected with a personality disorder marked by aggressive, violent, antisocial thought and behavior and
vti speak indistinctly: to pronounce sounds or words so that they cannot be distinguished, or be pronounced in this way
act of rejecting: the rejecting of something or somebody
strong feeling of guilt and regret
"blood is thicker than water"
a stronger bond is felt toward a relative, than toward a stranger
to strike out in anger
"honor among thieves"
even thieves have a code of ethics
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