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assistant
One who assists; a helper.
assistance
Help; aid.
significant
Important; notable.
significance
The state or quality of being significant; importance.
attendant
A person who attends or waits on another.
attendance
The act or practice of being present.
competent
Able to do what is required; capable.
competence
Ability to do what is required; the state of being capable; skill.
independent
Free from the influence, control, or government of others; self-reliant.
independence
The condition or quality of being independent.
patient
Enduring trouble, hardship, annoyance, delay, etc., without complaint or anger.
patience
Calm endurance of a trying, tedious, or annoying situation.
confident
Feeling or showing confidence; sure of oneself; certain.
confidence
A feeling of assurance, especially of self-assurance.
intelligent
1. Having intelligence. 2. Showing intelligence; wise or thoughtful.
intelligence
The capacity to learn, think, understand, and know; mental ability.
elegant
Characterized by elegance; refined or tastefully lavish.
elegance
Refinement and grace in appearance or manner.
magnificent
Splendid in appearance; grand; remarkable.
magnificence
Splendid in appearance; grand; remarkable.
adolescent
A boy or girl, especially a teen-ager, in the stage of development between childhood and adulthood.
adolescence
The period of physical and psychological development that leads from childhood to adulthood.
relevant
Related to the matter at hand; pertinent.
relevance
Related to the matter at hand; pertinent.