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abject
lacking all self-respect; contemptible
very miserble; wretched
conjecture
a. the act of forming an opinion from incomplete evidence; guesswork
b. a statement or opinion based on guesswork
dejected
depressed; disheartened
injection
a. the act of forcing something, generally a liquid or a gas, into something else
b. something that is injected
jetty
A pier or other structure projecting into a body of water; a wharf.
objectionable
arousing disapproval; offensive
projectile
a. An object, such as a bullet or an arrow, that is thrown, fired, or otherwise launched through space
b. A self-propelling missile or rocket
reject
a. To refuse to accept, use, grant, or consier
b. To fail to give affection or love to.
c. to throw out; discard
subjective
taking place within an individual's mind rather than the external environment; personal
trajectory
The path made by a moving body or particle especially the flight path of a missile
apprehensive
anxious or fearful about the future; uneasy
categorical
a. Without exception or qualification; positive; absolute
b. of or in a category
conclusive
serving to put an end to doubt, question, or uncertainty; decisive; convincing
dubious
a doubtful; uncertain
b. questionable as to quality or validity
indeterminate
a. not capable of being determined or decided; not precisely known; indefinite
b. lacking clarity or precision; vague
inevitable
incapable of being avoided or prevented
precarious
dangerously lacking in scurity or stabilit; unsafe; risky.
qualm
a. A sensation of doubt or misgiving; uneasiness
b. A pang of conscience
c. A sudden, brief feeling of sickness, faintness or nausea
unequivocal
leaving no doubt or misunderstanding; perfectly clear.
vacillate
to waver indecisively between one course of action or opinion and another; hesitate
assail
a. To attack; assault
b. To attack verbally
bulwark
a. A defensive wall; rampart
b. Any protection or defense
citadel
a. A fortress in or near a city
b. Any stronghold
fortitude
strength of mind that allows one to endure pain or trouble with courage
haven
a. A place of rest or refure; sanctuary
b. A sheltered harbor or port
invincible
too strong or great to be defeated; unconquerable
mettle
a. spirit; daring; pluck
b. A strength of character or purpose equal to a test
resilient
a. recovering strength or spirits quickly
b. springing back into position or shape
stalwart
adjective: a. Physically strong; sturdy; robust
b. Resolute; firm
noun: a. a sturdy, strong-willed person
b. a loyal supporter
stamina
Endurance; resistance to fatigue, illness, or hardship