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Cred/jur/jus/jud

cred: believe jur/jus/jud: law

TermDefinition
credible believable; reliable
incredible not believable; improbable; unlikely
creditor a person who believes that he will be paid back the money that he loaned
incredulous doubting; unwilling or unable to believe
accreditation granting approval or belief in a school
credulous tending to believe too easily; easily convinced; easily fooled doubting;
creed a set of religious beliefs or principles
credential a document that proves a person is believable
credit to believe that someone will do something
discredit to refuse to believe; to reject as untrue
justify to prove; to offer
justice fairness; rightfulness
judge a person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winder, or settle a controversy
perjury to break the law by lying ; to break a formal promise; to break an oath
jurist an expert in law
justification the fact that is said to prove that something is true
abjure to give up rights; to recant
just lawful; fair
jury a group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the truth
jurisdiction the territory or land in which justice and laws are administered and followed
Created by: nema.mcginnis