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Put
cut, prune away, clear up, suppose
ration, ratio
reason, relationship
prob
test, prove
when there is a problem you want to test it to prove something
solv, solut
loosen, set free
arbitr
consider, judge
jur, just
right, justice, oath
judic
judge, decide
cred, credit
believe, trust
when you give someone credit for doing something you believe them
nega, negat
dney
NEGATIVE---
fid
faith
feder
league, alliance, bond
the federal government is a league of gentelmen or women
doc, doct
teach
a doctor teaches students things
dub, dubit
doubt
vacil
waver
oscill
swing
oss
bone
Ndum,Nda (SUFFIX)
to be
putative
adj- supposed
depute
v- formally appoint
deputy is formally appointed
rationale
n- underlying principle
rationalize
v-well thought out
rationalize your thoughts
probate
n= an offical copy of a will
reprobate
n- an unmoral person
dissolution
n- breaking up of a meeting
resolute
adj- determined
absolve
v- to declare inocent
arbitrate
v- to settle
arbitrary
adj- based on a random choice
conjure
v- summone by majic
jurisdiction
n- the right to apply laws
perjury
n- the crime of lying while under oath
judicious
adj- wise
adjugde
v- decree
credible
adj- believable
miscreant
n- a malicious person with morals
incredulous
adj- doubting
renegade
n- rebel, traitor
negate
to cancel
infedelity
unfaithfulness
perfidious
adj- trecherous
federate
v- to unite
confederacy
adj- treaty, compact, bond
docile
adj- teachable
indoctrinate
v- to teach a principle
dubious
adj- doubtful
indubitable
adj- certain; unable to be doubted
vacilate
v- to waver in opinion
oscillate
v- to swing backwards and forwards
osseous
adj- bony
addendum
n-an addition
referendum
n- subbmitting a matter directly to ppl for a vote
inuendo
n- suggestion against