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creditable
deserving commendation;praiseworthy
creed
any statement or system of belief,principles, or opinions that guides a person's actions
alacrity
speed and willingness in acting or responding ;cheerful readiness;eagerness
brazen
rudely bold;insolent, to face or undergo with bold or brash self-assurance
miscreant
a person who behaves badly or criminally;villain,wicked, base
complaisant
showing a desire or willingness to please;cheerfully obliging;amiable.
stamina
endurance;resistance to fatigue,illness, or hardship
composure
control over one's emotions;steadiness of manner; tranquility
dejected
depressed ;disheartened
pacific
promoting peace;peaceful;tranquil;serene
accredit
to recognize as having met official standards
indolent
reluctant to exert oneself;habitually lazy
discredit
to cast doubt on; destroy belief ,faith, or trust in
qualms
a sensation of doubt or misgiving ; uneasiness., a pang of conscience, a sudden , brief feeling of sickness , faintness , or nausea.
unabashed
not embarassed or ashamed
stalwart
physically strong ; sturdy;robust
fortitude
strength of mind that allows one to endure pain or trouble with courage
conjecture
the act of forming an opinion from incomplete evidence;guesswork
apprehensive
anxious or fearful about the future;uneasy
indetereminate
not capable of being deteremined or decided;not precisely known indefinite
reject
to refuse accept,use,grant,or consider.
jetty
a pier or other structure projecting into a body of water a wharf
abject
lacking all self-respect;contemptible
strident
having a shrill, harsh, and grating sound or effect
pandemonium
wild uproar or noise;tumult
bulwark
a defensive wall;rampart
incite
to provoke to action;rouse;stir up or urge on
precarious
dangerously lacking in security or stability;unsafe;risky
objectionable
arousing disapproval;offensive
assail
to attack;assault
categorical
without exception or qualification;positive;absolute
injection
the act of forcing something,generally a liquid or a gas, into something else
invincible
too strong or great to be defeated ;unconquerable
vacillate
to waver indecisively between one course of action or opinion and another, hesitate
inert
having no power to move or act;lifeless