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creed
[n] set of beliefs or principles
give carte blanche
[idioms] to give full, unrestricted power
claustrophobia

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[n] fear of closed or small spaces


[RW] claustrophobic [adj]
get to first base
[idioms] do the first thing successfully
nondenominational

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[adj] not associated with one specific religion
hold out an olive branch
[idioms] make an offer of peace
nonchalant

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[adj] unconcerned; carefree



[RW] nonchalance [n]
defiant

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[adj] refusing to follow orders or rules; resisting boldly

[RW] defiance [n] / defy [v]
destitute

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[adj] without money; poor



[RW] destitution [n]
acrophobia

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[n] fear of heights



[RW] acrophobic [adj]
veritable

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[adj] unquestionable; being truly so

[adj] almost; nearly; very similar to
veracity

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[n] truth; accuracy



[CP] veracity of
credibility
[n] believability; ability to be trusted


[RW] credible [adj]
[CP] undermine (her/his/our/my/your/their) credibility
nondescript

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[adj] not distinct; difficult to describe because it lacks individuality
xenophobia

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[N] fear or hatred of foreigners or foreign things


[RW] xenophobic [adj]
deviate

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[v] to vary from a path, course, or norm


[CP] deviate from
[RW] deviant [adj] / deviation [n]
verify

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[v] to determine the truth or accuracy of; to confirm


[RW] verification [n]
fidelity

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[n] faithfulness to obligation or duty

[n] exactness, accuracy
incredulity

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[n] disbelief; amazement



[RW] incredulous [adj]
tongue-in-cheek
[idioms] jokingly; insincerely; without really meaning something
star-crossed
[idioms] doomed to bad fate; unlackly
behind the eight ball
[idioms] at a disadvantage; in a hopeless situation
delude

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[v] to mislead; to cause someone to think something that is false

[RW] delusion [n]
fiduciary

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[adj] pertaining to money or property held for one person( or several people) by others

[n] a person holding money for another