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plumbv: to examine something closely or carefully; to measure the depth of water, a pipe, or a hole, by means of a plumb line or similar device; to explore or understand something completely or fully
depthn: the distance between the top and bottom of something; between the top surface and a distance below it
dumbadj: lacking the power of speech, unable to speak; stupid, or lacking intelligence
discoursen: any form of communication in speech or writing
conspiracyn: a secret agreement between two or more people to perform something harmful or illegal
psychicadj: relating to or capable of extrasensory perception or paranormal phenomena; relating to the mind or mental processes
hotlinen: a telephone line that provides immediate emergency or special assistance
resurgencen: the return or growth of something after a period of decline or disappearance
religionn: a deep conviction in a supernatural power that controls human destiny
fundamentalistn: a person who adheres strictly to the basic principles of any subject or discipline
accusev: to charge or criticize someone with a crime or wrongdoing
elitistadj: believing or showing the belief that some people are naturally superior to others and, therefore, should have more power and privilege
academyn: a school for special training; a type of official organization that aims to encourage and develop standards in its particular field
logosn: a Greek term referring to logic, reason, or intellectual discourse, which denotes the rational principle that governs the universe or the persuasive appeal based on logic or reason in an argument
logicn: a way of thinking or reasoning conducted or evaluated by strict validity principles; the study of correct reasoning or good arguments
dominatev: to have or control a lot of power and influence over somebody or something
necessarilyadv: in an essential manner; in such a way as could not be otherwise
punditn: an expert, authority, or knowledgeable commentator who frequently expresses opinions or gives analysis on a particular subject or issue
arguev: to express differing opinions or points of view, often in a heated or contentious manner; to present a case or reasoning to persuade or convince others
steadfastadj: firm, unwavering, or determined in purpose or belief; resolute and loyal even in the face of adversity or challenges
moraladj: concerned with the principles of what is right and wrong, fairness, honesty, etc.
clarityn: the quality of being coherent and understandable; the quality of transparency or purity
superioradj: better, higher in quality, or more advanced than others
triangulationn: the process of determining the location or position of something, such as an object, place, or point, by measuring the angles or distances between multiple reference points or landmarks
overeducatedadj: having more education than is necessary for a particular job or position
policyn: a set of rules, guidelines, principles, or procedures that govern decision-making or action, often used in the context of business or government; a course of action or plan of action adopted or followed by an organization or individual to achieve a goal or objective
wonkn: a person who is very interested in or knowledgeable about a particular subject, especially one regarded as dry or nerdy
dragv: to pull or haul with force
quagmiren: a soft, muddy area that is difficult to walk or move through; a difficult or complicated situation; a dilemma or predicament
despoilv: to strip or plunder something of its possessions or resources; to deprive or rob something of its natural or valuable qualities; to ruin the appearance or integrity of something
planetn: any of the nine large celestial bodies that circle in the solar system; any celestial body that revolves around a star
threatenv: to utter intentions of injury or punishment against someone
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
destructionn: the act of causing so much damage to something
consciencen: a person’s inner sense of what is right or wrong in their conduct or motives, viewed as a guide to their behavior
half-heartedadj: without enthusiasm or commitment; lacking enthusiasm or energy; not done with conviction or conviction
calculationn: the act or process of using numbers to judge an amount of something
brainn: the organ inside the head that is responsible for one’s movement, thought, memory, and feeling
stickv: to put something, usually a sharp object, into something; to restrict yourself to doing or using one certain thing and not change; (noun) a thin piece of wood or other material
fellowadj: someone who has the same job or interests as you, or is in the same class, profession, or situation as you
psychologyn: the scientific study of mind and behavior
emotionn: a strong feeling such as love, anger, etc. deriving from one’s situation, mood, or relationships with others
punyadj: small, weak, or frail in size, strength, or appearance; insignificant or unimportant in value or impact
mereadj: used to emphasize how insignificant or minor someone or something is
gutn: the long tube in the body of a person or animal through which food passes when it leaves the stomach; the mental strength or bravery required to do something difficult or unpleasant
argumentn: a set of statements or reasons used to support or refute a proposition or theory; a verbal or physical fight or dispute
entailv: to involve or require something as necessary, particularly as a consequence of a particular situation or action; to impose a burden or restriction on something
ineffectiveadj: not producing any significant or intended effect or result
persuadev: to convince or induce someone to do something by presenting a reason or argument; to sway or influence someone’s decision or opinion
impotentadj: lacking power or ability to change things or to influence a situation
bribev: to try to make someone do something to gain one’s favors or influence by giving a gift of money or other inducements
resolvev: to find a suitable answer to the problems or difficulty
contestn: a competition in which people compete for supremacy in a sport or other activity; a struggle between rivals
concedev: to acknowledge or admit the truth or existence of something often reluctantly
grabv: to take hold of something or someone suddenly with a hand, especially in a violent way
debaten: a formal discussion or argument of opposing viewpoints, often to persuade others to adopt a specific position; a public discussion, often on an issue of current interest, in which participants offer opinions and differing perspectives
decentadj: satisfactory, acceptable, or good in a general sense
harmonyn: the combination of simultaneous musical notes to produce a pleasing effect; an attractive combination of related things and their properties
conflictn: a strong disagreement, argument, or a violent clash between two opposing groups or individuals
strifen: conflict or disagreement, especially between people or groups
delightn: a feeling of great pleasure or happiness
crueladj: feeling or showing pleasure in causing pain or suffering to others
well-beingn: the state of being happy and healthy and prosperous
obviousadj: easy to see, discover or understand
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
exchangev: to give something and receive something else in return, often with the implication that the items being traded are of equal or comparable value; (noun) the act of giving or taking something in return for something else; a place or system where goods or services can be bought, sold, or traded
comprehendv: to understand the nature or meaning of something fully
gregariousadj: fond of company; sociable; living in groups or communities
loquaciousadj: very talkative; tending to talk a lot and at length
endowv: to give a quality, ability, or asset to a person or institution
instinctn: an inborn behavioral pattern that is often responsive to specific stimuli; an innate feeling that causes you to act or believe that something is true
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
developv: to grow or expand; to improve or refine through a process of progress and refinement, often to achieve greater sophistication or complexity; to elaborate or add detail to something that is in the process of being created
ancestorn: a person from whom one is descended; a forefather
entertainmentn: public shows, films, television, or other performances or activities of enjoying people
knightn: a mounted soldier in the past, typically one of noble birth trained to fight in armor; (today in Great Britain) a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit
wagen: a particular amount of money that somebody earns, usually every week or every month, for work or services
constantadj: happening repeatedly or all the time
peasantn: a farmer or agricultural worker who owns or rents a small piece of land and grows crops, especially in a traditional or undeveloped society
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
executev: to kill someone, especially as a legal punishment; to carry out or perform an action, duty, etc.
frivolousadj: not serious or sensible; silly or unimportant
cabn: a taxi or other vehicle that can be hired for transportation; the compartment from which a vehicle, such as a train or truck, is driven
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
royaladj: relating to or belonging to the king or queen or a member of their family
executionn: the act or process of carrying out a plan, order, or course of action; the act or process of carrying out the death penalty
prolongv: to extend the duration or length of something, particularly a period of time or an event
crucifyv: to execute someone by nailing or binding them to a cross, leaving them there to die
disembowelv: to remove the internal organs, especially from an animal or carcass; to gut or eviscerate
slaven: a person who is, either legally or illegally, owned by someone; a person entirely dominated by some influence or a person
flawn: a fault, mistake, or weakness that causes something not to be perfect
abandonv: to leave a place, thing, or person with no intention of returning; (noun) a feeling of extreme emotional intensity
barbaricadj: characterized by extreme cruelty or brutal violence; resembling the behaviors or practices of a barbarian or uncivilized society
harborn: an area of water next to the coast where ships and boats are protected from rough water by piers, jetties, and other artificial structures; (verb) keep in one’s possession
eruptv: (of a volcano) to become active and eject rocks, smoke, etc.; to start abruptly and violently
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
greedyadj: having or showing an intense or insatiable desire for wealth, status, power, or food
tribaladj: relating to a social group or tribe, especially a preliterate society
revengen: the act of inflicting punishment or harm in return for an injury or wrongdoing; retaliation, retribution
dominancen: the state or quality of being the most powerful or influential person or group
steerv: to control the direction or movement of a vehicle; to direct a course of action; to guide or motivate someone
empathyn: the ability to share another person’s feelings or experiences by imagining that person’s situation
angeln: a spiritual being believed to be a messenger of God often depicted as having wings and a halo
invigoratev: to give energy, enthusiasm, or vitality to something or someone; to revitalize or refresh
expandv: to increase or to make something greater in size, number, or importance
expansionn: the process of becoming larger or more extensive, or the result of this process
sympathizev: to express or feel compassion or understanding for someone else’s pain, difficulty, or misfortune; to share in someone else’s emotions or experiences
clann: a group of families united by actual or perceived kinship and descent, especially in Scotland
triben: a social group made up of members who live together, sharing the same language, culture, religion, etc., especially those who do not live in towns or cities
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
creditorn: a person, company, etc. to whom a debtor owes money
kind-heartedadj: having a caring and sympathetic nature; characterized by concern for the well-being and happiness of others
physiologyn: the branch of the biological sciences dealing with the functioning of organisms
neuronn: a cell that is specialized to carry information within the brain and between the brain and other parts of the body
emergev: to move out of or away from something and become visible
civilizationn: a complex and highly organized society that has developed over time and has a dominant culture, including features such as language, religion, government, technology, and social customs
feebleadj: lacking physical or mental strength; weak or frail; lacking force, effectiveness, or impact
instrumentn: an object used to make musical sounds, such as a piano, guitar, or drum; a tool or device used for a specific activity, particularly in specialist or scientific work
progressionn: the act or process of changing to the next stage or phase or moving forward
biasn: a strong feeling in favor of or against one group of people, an idea, or thing, often not based on fair judgment
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
fuzzyadj: having a soft and indistinct outline or covered with fine, soft, and hairlike fibers
uglyadj: unattractive in appearance; unpleasant to look at
outsidern: a person who is not part of a particular group, community, or society; someone who is considered to be on the periphery or outside of established social circles
helln: the place thought to be where bad people go and are punished after death, often depicted as being located beneath the earth; an extraordinarily unpleasant or difficult place
attemptn: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult
sympathyn: the feeling of being sorry for someone who is experiencing a difficult or unpleasant situation; understanding or sharing someone else’s feelings or emotions
disconnectv: to unfasten or disjoin something, especially to break the connection between a supply of gas, water, or electricity and a piece of equipment
miserableadj: very unhappy, uncomfortable, or unpleasant; causing great distress or suffering
blacksmithn: a smith who forges and shapes iron with a hammer and anvil
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
empiren: a group of countries ruled by one leader or government
suddenlyadv: quickly and unexpectedly
swallowv: to make food, drink, pills, etc., pass down your throat into your stomach; (noun) small long-winged songbird noted for swift, graceful flight and the regularity of its migrations
earthquaken: a sudden and violent shaking of the ground caused by the movement of rock beneath the earth’s surface
reactv: to take action in response to something
intelligencen: the ability to learn, comprehend, or make judgments or conclusions based on reasons
dreadfuladj: very bad, unpleasant, or causing fear
calamityn: a serious event that causes damage, injury, or loss
sorrown: a feeling of deep sadness, grief, or regret, especially for something lost or ending
misfortunen: an unfortunate event or circumstance; bad luck or trouble
melancholyn: a feeling of sadness, disappointment, or boredom, often accompanied by a lack of energy or motivation
precariousadj: not securely held or in position; dangerously unstable or uncertain; dependent on chance or uncertain conditions
sentimentaladj: connected with or resulting from someone’s emotions, rather than reason or realism
pursuev: to do something or attempt to attain something over time; to follow or seek someone or something, especially in trying to catch them
tranquilityn: a state of calmness or peacefulness; absence of agitation, disturbance, or turbulence; a peaceful or serene environment
accidentn: an unfortunate event, especially one causing damage or injury
snorev: to make a loud, harsh breathing sound while sleeping, often due to an obstruction in the airways or other respiratory issues; to sound boring, monotonous, or dull
profoundadj: extremely great; sensed or experienced very strongly; displaying a high level of knowledge or comprehension
ruinv: to damage, spoil, or demolish something; (noun) an unrecoverable state of devastation and destruction,
mentionv: to speak or write about something or someone briefly
widenv: to become or make something broader, wider, more extensive
humanitarianadj: something relating to the promotion of human welfare or someone who works to promote human welfare
originn: the first existence or beginning of something
indefensibleadj: unable to be protected or justified from criticism
demonstratev: to display something or give an exhibition to an interested audience
inconsistentadj: not remaining constant or in agreement
insistv: to say something clearly or demand something forcefully, especially when other people disagree with or oppose what you say
convictionn: a strong belief or opinion, especially one that is based on principles or evidence; (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed
conformv: to act in accordance with a set of rules, standards, or expectations; to comply with the norms or customs of a particular group
fascinatingadj: extremely interesting
contradictionn: the assertion of the opposite of what has been said; opposition; denial
confrontv: to face, meet or deal with a problem or difficult situation or person
susceptibleadj: easily influenced, harmed, or affected by something
tracev: to find or discover someone or something that was lost
pathwayn: a track that constitutes or serves as a path; an approach or a way of doing something
irrationaladj: not based on, or not using reason or clear thinking; (mathematics) a real number that cannot be expressed as the ratio of two integers
essayn: a short piece of writing on a particular topic, usually written by a student as a port of a course of study
viraladj: relating to or caused by a virus
translatev: to convert or change words into another language
salonn: a place for social gathering, especially for exchanging ideas and discussing artistic or cultural matters; a place of beauty treatment, such as a hair salon
influencen: the ability to affect someone’s or something’s character, growth, or behavior, or the effect itself
legislatorn: a member of a group of people who has the power to make or enact laws
concludev: to come to an end or close; to reach a judgment or opinion by reasoning
absorbv: to take in a fluid or other substance gradually
decencyn: behavior that is appropriate or suitable in a given context, especially in terms of social norms and moral standards
erasev: to remove something completely, especially by rubbing it
rigorousadj: allowing or demanding no deviation from a standard; extremely careful, thorough, or accurate
philosophyn: the study of general and fundamental questions, such as those about existence, reason, knowledge, values, mind
slaveryn: the practice or system of owning, buying, and selling people as property and forcing them to work
graspv: to take hold of something or someone quickly and firmly
weeadj: very small or tiny; referring to a short amount of time
hereticn: a person who holds beliefs or opinions that are contrary to, or at odds with, the orthodox or official doctrines of a particular religion, ideology, or group; someone who is seen as a dissenter or rebel within a particular community
staken: a share or financial investment in something such as a business; a wooden or metal post set up to mark something
theologiann: an expert or student who studies theology
sectn: a group of people who follow a particular religious or philosophical belief system, especially one that is regarded as outside the norm or mainstream
judgen: a person who makes decisions in a court of law; (verb) to determine the result of or form a critical opinion of something
manifestv: to show something such as feeling, attitude, quality, etc. clearly through signs or actions
uncertainadj: not being sure of something; not being able to choose
definev: to state or explain precisely the nature, scope, or meaning of something
disagreev: to have or express a different opinion, idea, etc.
outcomen: the result or effect of an action, event, etc.
exterminatev: to destroy completely, often referring to the eradication of pests or weeds
punishmentn: a penalty or consequence inflicted for wrongdoing or offense; a means of enforcing discipline or preventing further wrongdoing
prohibitionn: the act of not allowing something, or an order that does so, especially by law or authority
constitutionn: the set of fundamental principles or established precedents that a state, a country, or an organization is governed by; the act of forming or establishing something
pamphletn: a small booklet that contains information or arguments about a particular subject
circulatev: to move continuously or freely around a place or closed system
jurisprudencen: the theory and practice of law; the study and interpretation of legal principles and legal systems
fluidn: a substance that can flow and is not solid
adjustv: to make a minor modification to something to make it more suited for a new set of conditions or to make it function better.
surroundv: to be all around something or somebody
imprisonmentn: the state of being confined to a prison or jail; a sentence of confinement as a punishment for a crime
achievev: to successfully complete a task or goal, often through hard work, perseverance, and dedication; to attain or accomplish something that one has set out to do
inflictv: to cause harm, injury, or suffering to someone or something
outweighv: to be heavier, more significant, or more critical than something
certaintyn: the state of being certain
commissionn: a formal instruction, command, or request given to a person or group; an official group of people entrusted by a government or other official body to control or enforce something
superfluousadj: unnecessary; more than what is needed or required
tyrannicaladj: using power or authority over people, especially in a specific country, group, etc., in an unfair and cruel way
movementn: a group of people working together to achieve a shared goal, especially a political, social, or artistic one; the process of moving or being moved, physically or figuratively
demonstrationn: a display or show, often of a particular skill or product, intended to convince or persuade others
catchyadj: pleasing and easy to remember; likely to attract attention
folkn: people in general, especially those of a particular group or type
wrenchv: to pull or twist something suddenly or violently
photographn: a picture or image that is produced by a camera; a visual representation or record of a person, object, or scene that has been captured electronically or on film
doubtn: a feeling of being uncertain about something, especially about how good or accurate it is
modernadj: of or belonging to the present time or recent times
chainn: a series of connected links or objects; a system or group of interconnected elements; a restraint or shackle
mobilizev: to make something ready for action or use; to organize people or resources for a particular purpose
modernityn: the quality or condition of being modern; the state or era of being up-to-date in technology, science, and culture
advantagen: a condition or circumstance that puts one in a favorable or superior position; a beneficial feature or asset that someone or something has
diffuseadj: spread out widely; not concentrated in one place
redoundv: to have a favorable or unfavorable impact, effect, or consequence; to contribute or result in something, often something positive
reapv: to harvest a grain crop from a field; to obtain something beneficial as a consequence of something that you have done
plunderv: to rob or steal, especially by force or in times of war or chaos; to pillage or loot a place or property
rejoicingn: the expression of joy or happiness; a feeling or state of great joy or delight
mourningn: the act or expression of sorrow or grief for someone who has died; a period of time set aside for such grieving
unfortunateadj: having bad luck or fortune; unlucky
severelyadv: very badly or seriously
contraryn: acting in opposition to what is expected or desired
fortunen: a large amount of money or property; chance or luck as an unknown and arbitrary force affecting human affairs
generousadj: willing to give and share something such as money, help, kindness, etc., especially more than is necessary or expected
woen: significant problems or troubles; great unhappiness
abolishv: to do away with completely; to put an end to
faithn: complete trust in something or someone’s ability or knowledge; a strong belief in religion, divine power, etc.
spearheadv: to lead or initiate an effort or campaign
noveln: an extended fictional work in prose; usually in the form of a story; (adjective) original and of a kind not seen before
cabinn: a small, simple dwelling or shelter, typically made of wood and located in a remote or rural area; an enclosed compartment or area within a larger structure, such as an aircraft or ship, where passengers or crew members can sit or sleep
rollv: to move in a particular direction by turning over and over or from side to side
buckn: a male deer; a unit of currency, especially the US dollar; a sudden jolt or movement; a young man; (verb) to resist or oppose something, such as an authority, trend, or convention
tiden: the cyclical rise and fall of sea level caused by the moon’s gravitational pull
millenniumn: a span of 1000 years, or the 1000th anniversary (plural: millennia)
regardv: to think about or consider somebody or something in a specified way
principlen: a fundamental law or truth that explains or controls how something happens or works
legislativeadj: having to do with the process of making laws; relating to or serving as a branch of government that makes laws, such as a legislative assembly or legislature
erectv: to construct or build something; to cause to rise; (adjective) upright or vertical
libertyn: the state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one’s way of life, behavior, or political views
prescribev: (of a doctor) to advise and order the use of particular medicine or treatment for someone, especially in writing; to issue commands or orders for something
inconstantadj: characterized by inconsistency or unreliability; prone to change or variability; not steadfast or reliable
arbitraryadj: based on chance, or individual whim rather than any reason
restraintn: a measure taken to prevent someone or something from acting freely or excessively; self-control or moderation; a physical device used to restrict or limit movement
absoluteadj: perfect or complete or to the most considerable degree possible
sovereigntyn: supremacy or authority, especially supreme authority over a country
allegev: to claim or assert that something is true without providing proof or evidence
co-optv: to elect or appoint someone as a member of a group or organization; to take over or appropriate something, often by force or without permission; to use someone or something for one’s purposes or agenda
inspirev: to make somebody fill with the desire, confidence, or enthusiasm, especially to do something creative
increasinglyadv: more and more
uncomfortableadj: providing or feeling physical discomfort or slight pain
ignorev: to intentionally not listen or pay attention to
gayadj: homosexual; happy, carefree
enlightenmentn: education that results in understanding and the spread of knowledge
exposedadj: having no protection or shield from something, such as bad weather, attack, or criticism
defensibleadj: able to be defended or justified; justifiable or reasonable; capable of withstanding attack or criticism
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
persecutionn: the act or practice of treating someone cruelly or unfairly, especially based on race, religion, or political belief
homosexualadj: sexually attracted to people of one’s own sex
primaryadj: first or highest in rank, order, or importance; most fundamental or essential; pertaining to the initial or introductory stage of something, such as a school year or election cycle
mischiefn: playful, minor actions or behavior intended to cause harm, trouble, or annoyance; mischievous behavior that is not intended to cause harm or damage
evidentadj: apparent to the mind, senses, or judgment
unwillingadj: not ready or wanting to do something
offensen: an illegal act; a feeling of anger caused by a perceived insult to or disregard for oneself; the action of attacking an enemy
injuryn: harm done to a person’s or an animal’s body caused by an accident or an attack
rapn: a type of music characterized by a strong, repetitive beat and lyrics that often focus on social and political issues; a reproach for some lapse or misdeed
exclusiveadj: not divided or shared with others
consistv: to be composed or made up of
disposev: to put things or people in a particular manner or position; to incline someone towards a specific activity or mood; throw or cast away
engagev: to attract and keep someone’s attention and interest; to participate in or obtain services of something
tricklev: to flow or drip slowly and in small amounts; to happen or occur gradually or in small quantities
infiltratev: to enter or penetrate a group, organization, or place covertly or secretly, usually with a specific purpose or goal in mind; to spread or diffuse through something gradually or subtly
nonethelessadv: in spite of what has just been said or done; nevertheless
persistv: to continue to do and refuse to stop something despite difficulties or opposition, even if it appears unreasonable
grandchildn: a child of someone’s son or daughter
appallv: to shock or disgust; to fill with dismay
burningadj: intense or scorching heat
optv: to make a choice from a range of possibilities
mistn: a cloud of very small drops of water collecting in the air just above the ground or water
nonviolencen: the use of peaceful means, such as civil disobedience or passive resistance, rather than violence to achieve a goal, especially in the context of political or social change
offendv: to cause someone to feel upset, angry, or annoyed
tolerationn: the act of allowing or permitting something, even if it is disliked or opposed; the willingness to tolerate or accept different opinions, beliefs, or practices
scrimpv: to be sparing or frugal in spending or using resources; to economize
donationn: a voluntary gift of money, service, or ideas that are given to a person or an organization, or the act of giving them
lifesavingn: the act or process of rescuing someone else’s life, especially from drowning
charityn: an organization that helps people in need, especially by providing food, shelter, or money; a kindly and sympathetic attitude toward people
possessionn: the state or fact of owning or having something
nuclearadj: of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom; deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy
appealn: a serious, earnest, or urgent request for money, information, or help; a quality that makes somebody or something attractive or interest
unjustadj: not fair or equitable; lacking in justice or impartiality; morally unacceptable or wrong
banv: to officially or legally forbid or refuse to allow something
contraceptionn: the use of methods or devices to prevent pregnancy, typically by blocking fertilization or implantation of a fertilized egg, which options include contraceptives, condoms, intrauterine devices (IUDs), and sterilization procedures
breathn: the air that is taken into and expelled from your lungs; the process of taking into and expelling air from your lungs
convincedadj: completely certain about something; having a strong belief or conviction in a particular religion
deservev: to be worthy of or entitled to something, especially something good or valuable
detectv: to find or recognize something, especially something difficult to see, hear, etc.