One who rebels against or attempts to overthrown the government.
Anarchist
in an overly moralizing way.
sententiuosly
sense of right or wrong within an individual.
conscience
short, insightful saying.
aphorism
something inconsequential, of little value.
trifle
go beyond limets set; break, violate.
transgress
song, hymn, or piece of writing expressing deep and solemn grief.
dirge
irreverence toward God.
blasphemy
vocal expression of sorrow.
lamentation
out of the right way, off the path.
astray
impulse, natural tendency, response arising from below the conscious level.
instinct
order set forth by one in authority.
decree
bear up under great hardship; remain firm; tolerate.
endure
unable to be appeased; relentless.
implaceble
grow strong, gain victory, triumph.
prevail
violate, abuse, or make impure.
profane
move back and forth; hesitate; be undecided.
waver
act of taking revenge, inflicting punishment.
vengeance
foul; mean; base; cheap; contemptible.
vile
devoted loyalty or duty to family or religion.
piety
agreeing, approving.
consenting
profound respect, love, and awe.
reverence
covering a matter completely, inclusive.
comprehensive
attitude of yielding to another.
deference
place in a lower class, order, or rank.
subordinate
those who acte with malice, or evil intention.
malicious
mild, gentale, or agile.
lithe
art of conducting state affairs.
statecraft
interfere in something that is not one's buisness
meddle
as if driven by a force.
compulsive
haughtiness, impudence, disrespect.
insolence
kind, gentle, or favorable
clement