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confirm establish the truth or correctness Verb
determine cause something to occur in a particular way Verb
evidence that which tends to prove or disprove something Noun
fact something that actually exists Noun
investigate to examine, study Verb
opinion a belief or judgment that rests on grounds insufficient to produce complete certainty. Noun
prove demonstrate the truth or existence of something by evidence or argument. Verb
study the devotion of time and attention to acquiring knowledge on an academic subject Noun
test reliability of something before it is taken into widespread use Noun
decision the action or process of making decisions Noun
fantasy the faculty or activity of imagining things Noun
fiction literature in the form of prose Noun
realistic having or showing a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected. Adjetive
true Consistent with fact or reality Adjetive
unbelievable Not to be believed Adjetive
Novel A fictional prose narrative of considerable length Noun
gregarious being outgoing Adjetive
stymie to be confused verb
colossal huge Adetive
extrovert someone who is very outgoing noun
plethora a great deal of noun
ambidextrous ability to use both hands equally as well adjetive
irk to annoy verb
placid calm adjetive
inclement not calm or peaceful adjetive
claustrophobia fear of closed in spaces
tenacious persevering
benevolent inclined to do good
malicious incline to do evil
amicable friendly
gullible easily fooled
petrified terrified
superfluous having unwanted excess, unnecessary amount
interminable without end, going on endlessly
vivacious lively
novel uniqe
ludicros silly
desist halt, stop, cease
herpetology study of reptiles
serpentine twisting and turning
impeccable perfect
arduous very difficalt
pedestrian boring
myrid countless
perturbed annoying
garrulous talkative
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