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careful
circumspect
to settle in court
abjudicate
a natural, given quality of something
inherent
friendly/popular with the group
gregarious
having more than one meaning/unclear
ambiguous
gushing,pouring forth
effusive/perfusion
disbelief/skepticism
incredulity
the act of yielding, giving up authority
deference
treacherous, disloyal
perfidious
lacking self confidence, timid
diffident
clear from blame
exculpate
quarrelsome
fractious
stubborn
refractory
fair
equitable
disconnected, seperated
disjunctive
easily led
ductile
to limit, as in behavior
circumscribe
leading to contributive
conducive
slang, conversational, informal speech
colloquial+
talkative chatty
loquacious
to make easier to do
facilitate
to avoid{as in a problem or an obstacle}
circumvent
someone you have faith in and trust with secrets
confidant
strange weird random
erratic
too small to be measured or limited
infinitesimal
secret
cryptic
to decay/ an immoral person with decayed morals
egregious
the total amount
aggregate
a follower/ someone who sticks to beliefs
adherent
wise fair
judicious
an addition
adjunct
romantic
amatory
belief
credence
court order that forces or prohibits
injunction
point, transition, joint
juncture
to command legally or solemnly, makes you swear to do something
adjure
a sworn statement
affidavit
sharp intelligent impressively direct
incisive
calmness state of being calm
equanimity
misbehaving straying
errant
to concede to a higher authority VERB
capitulate
the act of yielding
deference
a reluctance a leaning away from
disinclination