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vocab for achievement

TermDefinition
amenable Adj- willing to consider; open to advice or suggestion
deception N-A trick; an attempt to make someone believe something that is not true.
forberance N-Patience; not reacting when annoyed or harmed
objective Adj- Fair; impartial. Adj- Realistic; actual. N- A goal or a purpose
partiality N- A favorable bias or a prejudice towards something
partisanship N- Very strong, sometimes excessive support for one group, idea, or cause
preconcieved Adj-Believed before one has full knowledge or experience
slander N- False and harmful statements about someone. V- To make false or harmful statements about someone
subjective Adj- Governed by personal thoughts or feelings
tolerate V- to allow; to bear; to endure