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access
a way of entering or reaching
accessible
able to be entered
understandable
accommodate
1. to adapt or adjust to
2. to provide
accord
1. to agree
2. agreement
accordance
agreement
acknowledge
to admit as true; to be grateful for
acquiesce
to agree; to give in
adapt
to adjust for a new situation
adaptation
adjustment for a new situation
maladaptive
unable to adjust properly
adhere
to stick firmly
adherent
sticking
adopt
to make one's own
advocate
1. to support
2. a supporter
advocacy
active support; arguing for something
affiliate
to associate with or join
affiliation
an association or relationship
affirm
to state; to support
affirmation
formal declaration; confirmation
affirmative
1. approving; confirming
2. agreement
agreeable
pleasant; willing
disagreeable
unpleasant
aide
assistant; helper
align
to line up; to bring into agreement
altruism
selfless concern for others; generosity
ambition
strong desire to succeed
ameliorate
to improve
animate
to give life to
animated
alive; active
apt
1. appropriate
2. quick to learn
3. likely
aptitude
talent; ability
arbiter
one who settles an agreement
arbitrate
to settle arguments through a neutral third party
ascertain
to find out; to make sure
aspire
to have an ambition or ultimate goal
aspiration
1. desire, ambition
2. the act of breathing in
aspirant
a hopeful person
assent
1. to agree
2. agreement
assure
to inform with certainty; to guarantee
reassure
to give confidence; to relieve anxiety
assurance
freedom from doubt; certainty
self-assurance
confidence; belief in oneself
autonomous
independent
autonomy
freedom; independence
bolster
to support; prop up
brace
to support
buttress
1. to support
2. structural support of a building
capitulate
to give in; to agree
captivate
to attract; to charm
captive
1. prisoner
2. imprisoned, enslaved
captivity
the state of being imprisoned or enslaved
cede
to give up; to hand over
champion
1. winner
2. to support
clairvoyant
1. extraordinarily perceptive
2. one who can see the future/perceive beyond natural senses
clique
a small, exclusive group
coalesce
to unite
coalition
alliance; combined group
coexist
to exist together; to tolerate
collaborate
to work together
colleague
co-worker
collegial
cooperative
collude
to work together on a secret or illegal plan
collusion
a secret or illegal partnership
commonality
a shared characteristic
communal
shared; public
comparable
similar; worthy of comparison
compatible
able to work together well
compile
to put together
comply
to obey; to go along (with)
compliant
obedient; giving in to others
comprehend
to understand
comprehension
the act of understanding
incomprehensible
unclear
comprehensive
complete; thorough
compress
to press together
decompress
1. to loosen up; to relax
2. to decrease the pressure of
comprise
to include
collusion
a secret or illegal partnership
commonality
a shared characteristic
communal
shared; public
comparable
similar; worthy of comparison
compatible
able to work together well
compile
to put together
comply
to obey; to go along (with)
compliant
obedient; giving in to others
comprehend
to understand
comprehension
the act of understanding
incomprehensible
unclear
comprehensive
complete; thorough
compress
to press together
decompress
1. to loosen up; to relax
2. to decrease the pressure of
comprise
to include
compromise
1. a settlement in which each side gives up something
2. to give in; to go against one's principles
3. to weaken or damage
uncompromising
not giving in; inflexible
concede
to admit as true; to give in
concession
the act of giving in
concerted
cooperative; combined
conciliate
to reconcile; to make up with someone
conciliatory
compromising
concoct
to mix ingredients; to invent
concordance
agreement
concordant
consistent; agreeing
concur
1. to agree
2. to happen simultaneously
concurrent
simultaneous
condone
to forgive; to overlook
conducive
contributing; leading (to)
configure
to assemble; to put together
confirm
1. to verify; to make sure
2. to strengthen an opinion
conform
to do as others do; to follow rules
nonconformist
one who rejects accepted behavior
congruent
alike; agreeing
congruity
agreement; harmony
congrous
corresponding; harmonious
incongruous
strange; out of place
conjugate
to join together; to pair
conjugal
relating to marriage
consensus
agreement
consent
1. to agree to
2. agreement
conservation
saving from loss or damage
conservationist
one who protects the environment
conservative
tradtitional; seeking to preserve the pst
consolation
to soothe; to lessen sorrow
consolation
comfort from sadness
disconsolate
cheerless, gloomy
consolidate
to combine
conspire
to pan together secretly; to work together
conspiracy
secret plan
conspirator
one who plans secretly
consumate
1. to fullfill or complete
2. highly skilled; perfect
convene
to come together
convention
1. tradition; custon
2. meeting; assembly
conventional
traditional; customary
unconventional
unusual
converge
to come together
convergence
the act of coming together
cooperate
to work together
correlate
to compare; to connect
correlation
a parallel relationship
correspondence
1. communication
2. similarity
coterie
clique; small group of friends or associates
cultivate
1. to grow; to prepare soil for growing
2. to develop or improve
cultivation
1. making land suitable for growing crops
2. refinement; culture
culture
1. artistic and intellectual activity or improvement
2. growth of organisms for scientific study
curative
1. healing
2. remedy; cure
decent
proper; respectable; adequate
indecent
offensive; innapropriate
decisive
1. convlusive; final
2. able to make up one's mind
decorous
properly behaved
decorum
proper behavior
indecorous
lacking good manners
direct
1. straightforward; honest
2. to lead; to guide
indirect
not straightforward
directive
instruction given by authority
discreet
1. not obvious; subtle
2. very careful, especially in keeping secrets
discretion
good judgement or caution, especially in speech
discretionary
left to one's own judgement
discrete
separate; distinct
distill
to purify
distillation
purification
docile
gentle; obedient
dutiful
obedient; responsible
effective
working; adequate; successful
effectual
producing a desired effect
efficacious
producing a desired effect
efficient
able to get things done quickly
empathy
sympathy
empathize
to understand another's feelings
empathetic/empathic
showing sympathy
enable
to give ability to
endorse
to support; to approve
endorsement
approval
engender
to produce
enlighten
to inform; to make clear
enlightenment
education; clarification
enliven
to make lively
ensure
to make certain of
enthrall
to fascinate
entourage
a group of followers and assistants
epiphany
a sudden understanding
equanimity
calmness
equilibrium
balance
equitable
fair; equal
equity
fairness
espouse
to support; to embrace
ethic
moral code; principles of right and wrong
ethical
morally correct
unethical
immoral
equity
fairness
espouse
to support; to embrace
ethos
set of values
ethic
moral code; principles of right and wrong
euphony
harmony; pleasant sound
ethical
morally correct
unethical
immoral
ethos
set of values
euphony
harmony; pleasant sound