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discredit
to cast doubt upon on; destory belief in
dejected
depressed; disheartened
vacillate
to waver idecisively; hesitate
bulwark
a defensive wall; rampart
assail
to attack; assault
qualm
a sensation of doubt of misgiving; uneasiness
stalwart
physically strong; sturdy; robust
fortitude
courage in the face of hardship
apprehensive
anxious or fearful about the future
conjecture
opinion formed from incomplete evidence
invincible
too strong or great to be defeated
indeterminate
not capable of being determined
jetty
a structure projecting into a body of water, wharf
abject
lacking all self respect; contemptible
precarious
dangerously lacking in stability; risky
injection
the forcing of something into something else
stamina
endurance; resistance to fatigue or illness
categorial
without exception or qualification
miscreant
a person who behaves badly or criminally
pacific
promoting peace; peaceful; serene
creed
any statement that guides a person's actions
complaisant
showing a willingness to please
accredit
to recognize as meeting official standards
indolent
reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
creditable
deserving commendation; praiseworthy
pandemonioum
wild uproar or noise; tumult
composure
control over one's emotions
unabashed
not embarassed or ashamed
incite
to provoke to action; rouse
reject
to refuse to accept, use, grant, or consider
objectionalbe
arrousing disaproval
strident
having a shrill, harsh, and grating effect
alacrity
speed and willingness in responding
brazen
rudely bold; insolent
inert
having no power to move or act; lifeless