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fastidious
dificult to satisfy or please
prudent
exercising caution, good judgement,or common sense in handling practical matters
abject
lacking all self-respect
categorical
without exception or qualification; positive; absolute
precarious
dangerously lacking in security or stability; unsafe;risky
qualm
A sensation of doubt or misgiving; uneasiness.
unequivocal
leaving no doubt or misunderstanding
vacillate
to waver indecisively between one course of action or opinion or another.
fortitude
strength of mind that allows one to endure pain
resilient
Recovering strength or spirits quickly.
mettle
spirit;daring;pluck. A strenght of character equal to a test
stalwart
physically strong;sturdy;robust
credence
acceptance as true or valid;belief. Claim to acceptance; trustworthiness.
discredit
to cast doubt on; destroy belief;faith, or trust in
ennui
listlessness and dissatisfaction resulting from inactivity.
imperturbable
not easily disturbed or excited; unshakably calm and collected.
impetuous
tending towardds suddenness nd boldness of action; impulsive; hasty
incite
to provoke to action; rouse; stir up or urge on.
indolent
reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
inert
having no power to move or act; lifeless
serenity
the quality of being untroubled or unruffled; peacefullness
intrepid
courageous;fearless;bold
pacific
promoting peace;peaceful;tranquil
reserved
quiet and restrained in manner. held for a particular
flagrant
extremely or deliberately noticeable; glaring.
flaunt
to show off in order to impress others; display boastfully.
furtive
done quickly and with stealth;sly
latent
present or capable of coming into existence but not evident, actice or visible
ostensible
represented or appearing a certain way, but often not acually sfo; seeming; professed
salient
standing out and attracting attention; noticeable; prominent.