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Unit 9 Truth and deception


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automatic
when something works by itself with little or no direct human contact.
automatically
done without thinking.
capacity
the maximum amount of something or the ability/power to do something.
condone
to approve or allow something.
cover up
to hide the truth about a mistake or wrongdoing.
deceit
to hide something or misrepresent the truth.
deceitful
guilty of misleading another person; behaving in a dishonest way.
deceive
to cheat or mislead someone.
deception
the act of misleading someone; to engage in fraud.
deceptive
giving an appearance or impression that is misleading or untrue.
emerge
to become important or prominent; to move out of or away from something; to come into view.
emergence
the process of coming into existence.
ethical
dealing with moral principles or beliefs.
ethicist
someone who studies questions about what is morally right and wrong.
ethics
moral principles or beliefs that guide a person's behavior and actions.
fundamental
basic or essential.
get duped
to be tricked into believing something that is not true.
gullible
when someone is easily tricked.
impostor
a person who dishonestly pretends to be someone else.
innocence
lack of guilt or the state of having done nothing wrong.
innocent
not guilty of a crime or other offense.
manipulate
to control or influence a person or situation, often in an unfair way.
milestone
an important stage in a process or journey.
mislead
to give false information or guide someone in a wrong way.
on track
following a course likely to result in success.
prominence
the state of being important or famous; when something is noticeable or stands out.
prominent
important and well-known.
prone to
likely to do something.
reassuring
making you feel less worried about something.
systematically
when something is done in a fixed way or following a definite plan.
thrive
to become successful or to grow and increase in strength.
transgression
the act of doing something wrong.
twist
an unexpected and significant occurrence.
unjust
not fair.