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Conscientious
Meticulous and careful in duty; diligent
Convey
V. 1. To communicate or express something, 2. To transmit or transport or carry to a place
Encompass
v. Include, to encircle, surround and have or hold within
Expansion
Growth; state of becoming bigger than before
Heighten
v. Enhance, make (something) higher
Highlight
v. Emphasize
Inadvertantly
Not purposefully; inattentively; carelessly;
Inevitable
Unavoidable; inescapable
Mimic
v. Imitate
Retrieve
v. Recover, find and bring in, get or bring (something) back, regain
Systematically
Methodically
Unlikely
Doubtful ; not possible
Unwarranted
Unwarrantable; unjustified
Zenith
Apex; peak; highest point
Agitate
V. Make someone troubled or nervous, disturb
Confidential
Secret
Delighted
Elated, feeling or showing great pleasure
Discreetly
Cautiously
Documented
Proven
Evoke
V. Bring to mind; remind
Gradually
Taking place by small degrees or little by little
Impartial
Treating all rivals or disputants equally, fair and just, objective
Inordinate
Excessive, extremly more than is necessary
Instantly
Immediately
Intentionally
Deliberately, purposefully
Intrinsic
1. Belonging to someone or something by its very nature, inherent 2. originating in a bodily organ or part
Inundate
v. Overwhelm (someone) with things or people to be dealt with.
Nominal
Moderate; existing in name only, not real; too small to be considered or taken seriously
Presumably
Supposedly (often used to indicate that the speaker doubts the truth of the statement)
Absurd
Ridiculous, illogical, (of an idea or suggestion) wildly unreasonable
Allocation
The amount or share of something ( the action or process of allocating or distributing something )
Balanced
Equalized, being in harmonious or proper arrangement or adjustment, proportion, etc
Come across
Encounter; meet sb
Culminate
Conclude, Attain the highest point, reach a climax or point of highest development
Fallacious
False, incorrect, misleading, illogical, based on a mistaken belief
Feasible
Possible, workable, attainable
Lack
V. Shortage; to not have something that you need or not to have enough of it; Necessitate
Limber
Flexible, characterized by ease in bending the body
Means
Methods; tools or any thing for doing
Narrow
1.Thin, small width in relation to length 2. V.become or make less wide
Preconception
Bias, a preconceived idea or prejudice
Robust
Strong and healthy
Steady
Constant
Swift
Fast, happening quickly or promptly
Antiquated
Old-fashioned; very old and no longer in use, obsolete, outdated
Coherent
Logical, forming a unified whole
Evolve
V. To develop gradually (especially from a simple to a more complex form)
Fabricate
To make up in order to deceive; invent
Investigation
Formal or systematic examination or research, Probe
Normally
Typically
Notion
An idea or concept; point of view; usually unproven, a conception of or belief about something
Novel
New or unusual in an interesting way, innovative
Opposition
Resistance; objection; contradiction
Relate
Communicate, make or show a connection between
Suspect
Speculate, doubt the genuineness or truth of
Trigger
1.a small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, especially in order to fire a gun 2.cause (a device) to function
Unbiased
Showing no prejudice for or against something, objective
Varied
Showing variation or variety, diverse
Accentuate
V. Emphasize; highlight; put stress on, make more noticeable or prominent
Disguise
Conceal, repudiate, a means of altering one's appearance or concealing one's identity
Indifferent
Neither good nor bad; mediocre, without interest or concern, apathetic
Initiate
V. Begin; launch; establish, cause (a process or action) to begin
Innovative
Creative; novel; new; revolutionary
Narrate
V. Relate; tell a tale, give a spoken or written account of.
Nevertheless
However; nonetheles
Obsolete
Old; outdated; no longer in use; antiquated
Omit
Neglect, fail or neglect to do or to say
Outlandish
Very strange or unusual; bizarre
Overcome
Conquer, succeed in dealing with (a problem or difficulty)
Streamline
V. Simplify to improve function or action