person with a personality disorder marked by aggressive, violent, antisocial thought and behavior and a lack of remorse or empathy
The ability to identify with and understand somebody else''s feelings or difficulties
controlling someone in a devious waybankruptcy
legal inability to pay debts
society''s rules of polite behavior
The result of making something else more difficult or complex
An individual who studies society including the development, and structure of human societies and the behavior of individual people and groups in society
present in the mind without being aware of it; beneath the surface of consciousness
suitable or fitting for the occasion
leap around: to behave in a physically lively and uninhibited way
continuous action; something in progress for a long time
somebody who feels superior: somebody who disdains people considered to have inferior knowledge or tastes
lavish display of wealth or affluence
adj just right: appropriate in a specific situation or in regard to: on the subject of
happening or changing very quickly
The way things are now; the condition of present state of affairs
"in the other guy''s shoes"
to understand another person''s point of view or problems
a period of time in which something takes place
"hit it off"
to get along well with another person within a short period of time
"pull a rabbit out of hat"
to produce a method of solving a problem
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