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Ambivalence
N. 1. The simultaneous existence of conflicting feelings or thoughts, such as love and hate, about a person, an object, or an idea. 2. Uncertainty or decisiveness as to what course to follow; fluctuation.
ambi
Avail
N. Use, benefit, or advantage to; help.
Trans. Verb. To be of use, value, or advantage; serve.
Charity veil
Equivalent
Adj. 1. Equal in quantity, force, meaning, or value. 2. Having similar or identical functions or effects. 3. Practically equal.
N. Something that is equivalent.
Equal
Evaluation
N. 1. The act of judging the value or worth of. 2. The result of evaluating; a judgement or appraisal.
Value
Evince
Trans. Verb. 1. To show or exhibit, as an emotion. 2. To demonstrate clearly or convincingly; make evident.
E(motion) V(iew)[to show]
Invalid
Adj. 1. Being without foundation or force in fact, truth, or law; not in effect; worthless. 2. Falsely based or reasoned; faulty; unjustified.
N. A chronically ill or disabled person.
Void
Invaluable
Adj. 1. Of inestimable use or help; indispensable. 2. Having great value; priceless.
Priceless
Prevail
Intrans. Verb. 1. To be greater in strength or influence; triumph. 2. To be or become effective. 3. To be most common or frequent; be predominant.
survive