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fran·tic desperate or wild with excitement, passion, fear, pain, etc.; frenzied.
skep·ti·cal inclined to skepticism; having doubt: a skeptical young woman.
com·pel·ling tending to compel; overpowering: compelling reasons.
veer to change direction or turn about or aside; shift, turn, or change from one course, position,inclination, etc., to another.
haz·ard·ous full of risk; perilous; risky: a hazardous journey.
distinct distinguished as not being the same; not identical; separate(sometimes followed by from ): His private and public lives are distinct.
pro·ce·dure an act or a manner of proceeding in any action or process;conduct.
vain excessively proud of or concerned about one's own appearance,qualities, achievements, etc.; conceited: a vain dandy.
i·den·ti·fy to recognize or establish as being a particular person or thing;verify the identity of: to identify handwriting; to identify the bearer of a check.
ter·ror·ize to dominate or coerce by intimidation.
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