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conducive
tending to bring about or cause a specific result
deductive
involving reasoning to draw a conclusion
educate
to give knoledge to or develop the abilities or someone by teaching
induce
to leade (a person) by persuasion to some action, belief, ect.
induct
to install formally in an office or position; to admit as a member
misconduct
behavior not confroming to prevailing standards or laws
reduction
lessing something in extent, amount, number, or degree
productive
producing abundantly; yielding useful or favorable results
avent
the arrival, especialy of something momentous
contravene
to act or be counter to; to oppose in argument
convene
to come together; to assembel
conventional
develped by general usage; conforming to established practice or accepted standards
inconvenience
something inopportune or ill-timed
intervene
to be in between two things or two periods or time; to interfere
provanance
place of orgin
souvenir
a token of remembrance
venture
a dangerous or daring undertaking
venue
the location of gathering
colloquim
an informal meeting to exchange views; and academic seminar on a broad field of study
elocution
the art of public speaking, emphasizing gesture and delivery
interlocutor
one who participates in a conversation
colloquial
the language used when people speak together informally; conversational
eloquence
fluent and persuasive speach
loquacious
extremely talkative, gabby
soliloquy
a speaking alone to oneself, as in a drama; a monologue
somniloquist
a person who talks while asleep; a sleeptalker
ventriloquist
a person who speaks to that sound seems to come from a source other thand the speaker
assess
to appraise or evaluate
assiduous
sitting at something untill it is finished; diligent, persistent
insidious
treacherous; more dangerous than evident
preside
to act as chariperson; to have authority or control
residual
something remaining at the end of a process
sedate
serene and digninied; settled, calm
sedentary
marked by much sitting
subside
to sink to a lower level; to become less agitated
supersede
to take the place of, supplant; to displace
sessation
the act of ceasing or stopping
concede
the acknowledge as ture or proper, often unwillingly; to admit
exceed
to be greater than; to go beyond the limits of
incessantly
occurring without interruption; continuously
intercede
to argue on another's behaf; to act as a mediator in a dispute
precedent
an occurrance that is used as an example in dealing with similar cases at a later time (antonym: unprecedented)
recede
to move back or away from
secede
to withdraw formally from membership in a association, organization, politial party, or alliance
succession
the act of following in order or sequence