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Brazen
showing or expressing boldness and complete lack of shame
Complaisant
showing a willingness to please others by carrying out, or allowing them to carry out, their wishes
Docile
quiet, easy to control, and unlikely to cause trouble
Conspicuous
easily or clearly visible
Accredit
to give somebody the authority to perform a function
Credibility
the ability to inspire belief or trust
Credential
a certificate, letter, or experience that qualifies somebody to do something
Credence
acceptance based on the degree to which something is believable
Alacrity
promptness or eager and speedy readiness
Imperturbable
not easily worried, distressed, or agitated
Ennui
weariness and dissatisfaction with life that results from a loss of interest or sense of excitement
Composure
and steady control over the emotions
Serenity
without worry, stress, or disturbance
Pandemonium
Hell, or any place of chaos or torment
Impetuous
acting on the spur of the moment, without considering the consequences
Incite
to stir up feelings in or provoke action by somebody
Indolent
lethargic and not showing any interest or making any effort
Inert
not moving or able to move
Unabashed
not ashamed or embarrassed by something
Strident
harsh, loud, grating, or shrill
Reserved
having a tendency to emotional restraint and so appearing reticent or composed
Pacific
leading to or promoting peace and an end to conflict
Intrepid
fearless and persistent in the pursuit of something
Flamboyant
showy and dashing in a self-satisfied way
Miscreant
a villain, wrongdoer, or generally malicious and contemptible person
Incredible
impossible or very difficult to believe
Discredit
to make somebody or something appear untrustworthy or wrong
Credulous
too easily convinced that something is true
Creditable
bringing credit or worthy of praise
Creed
a formal summary of the principles of the Christian faith