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acquiesce
to agree/give in
adapt
to adjust for a new situation
adhere
stick firmly
affiliate
associate w/ or join
agreeable
pleasant/willing
altruism
generosity
ameliorate
to improve
animate
to give life to
apt
appropriate/likely/quick to learn
arbiter
one who settles arguments
ascertain
to find out/make sure
assent
agreement
assure
guarantee
autonomous
independent
bolster
support/prop up
brace
support
buttress
structural support of a building/to support
capitulate
to agree
captivate
attract/charm
cede
give up/hand over
clairvoyant
extraordinarily percepttive
coalesce
unite
collude
work together on secret/illegal plan
commonality
shared characteristic
comprise
to include
compromise
to give in/go against ones principles
concerted
cooperative/combined
conciliate
to make up w/someone
concoct
invent/mix ingredients
condone
to forgive/overlook
conducive
contributing/leading to
conform
do as others do/follow rules
congruent
alike/agreeing
conjugate
to join together/pair
consensus
agreement
consent
to agree to
console
soothe/lessen sorrow
conspire
plan together/work together secretly
consumate
to fulfill or complete
convene
to come together
correlate
compare/connect
coterie
small group of friends/assocaiates
curative
healing/remedy
decorous
properly behaved
discrete
seperate/distinct
docile
gentle/obedient
engender
produce
enthrall
to fascinate
entourage
group of followers/assistants
epiphany
sudden undestanding
equanimity
calmness
equitable
fair/equal
espouse
to support/embrace
ethic
moral code/principles of right and wrong
euphony
harmony/pleasant sound