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omnifarious
of all kinds ex-omnifarious knowledge
omnipotent
all-powerful
omniscient
all-knowing
flexible
adaptable, supple, malleable
genuflect
to kneel, to bow to show respect
reflex
n-a reaction, or adj- fast, involuntary, automatic
detention
process of being held in custody, a punishment
pertinacious
persistent, tenacious
pertinent
relevant
retentive
able to retain or remember
retinue
followers (posses or flight attendants)
tenacity
stubbornness, strength
tenure
a term, position, secured status, or property rights
admonish
to reprove, to warn, to advise
premonition
a forewarning, an omen
coutermand
to cancel, reverse
mandate
n- an authorization, order, or term of office v- to order
mandatory
something obligatory, authorized
remand
to return of send back (a prisoner)
credence
credibility, acceptance, trustworthiness, fidelity
credentials
qualifications, identification
credulous
gullible
creed
a belief, doctrine
incredible
unbelievable
confidant
a best friend or a person to whom confidential info is entrusted
diffident
shy, not trusting others
fidelity
loyalty, credence
fiduciary
n- a trustee, or adj- relating to a trustee or a relationship with a trustee
infidel
an unbeliever (of religion, or Christianity)
perfidious
not loyal, treacherous