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1. The state or condition of being entitled. 2. A right to benefits specified especially by law or contract. 3. A government program providing benefits to members of a specified group. 4. The belief that one is deserving of or entitled to certain privileges or special treatment. 5. An unrealistic, exaggerated, or rigidly held sense of entitlement may be considered a symptom of narcissistic personality disorder, seen in those who because of early frustrations arrogate to themselves the right to demand lifelong reimbursement from fate or everyone they meet!


An excessive desire to acquire or possess more than what one needs or deserves, especially with respect to material wealth, power, status or food.


1. Something that jars the mind or emotions as if with a violent, unexpected blow. 2. The disturbance of function or mental faculties caused by such a blow; violent agitation. 3. A severe offense to one’s sense of propriety and decency; an outrage.


1. The act of propitiating; prevention or reduction of the anger of; winning the favor of; appeasement; conciliation. 2. Something that propitiates, especially a conciliatory offering.


1. Whatever a person is unwilling to experience. 2. Unpleasant or distressing sensations due to bodily injury or disorder. 3. Acute mental or emotional distress or suffering. 4. A warning something is wrong.

No Sympathy

1. A determination to not be sympathetic. 2. Icy; emotionally cold and hardened. 3. An emotion and an action of preventing the feeling of affinity with that which is hurting.


1. A person or thing that makes someone enthusiastic about doing something; impel. 2. A harmful action performed by one person against another. It is called a motivator because it tends to prompt a payback, it “motivates” a new harmful action.


1. A temporary state of mind or feeling, as evidenced by the tendency of one’s thoughts: news that put us in a good mood with happy thoughts of the future. 2. A pervading impression on the feelings of an observer: the somber mood of the music. 3. An instance or spell of sulking or angry behavior: His brother‘s visit lifted him out of his sullen mood. 4. Inclination; disposition: I’m in the mood for a drink. 5. The chronic state of mind that reflects the most common feeling a person experiences most of the time.


1. Something or someone that is no longer available to a person. 2. Something that has withdrawn from a person without their consent. 3. The feeling of emptiness, sadness, or loneliness in the absence of something or someone. 4. A losing by defeat or death. 5. The amount of money by which a company’s or person’s expenses exceed their income or profit.


Arousing interest; holding one’s attention; of interest.

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