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hold, keep

detention

act of keeping back or detaining

impertinent

irrelevant; inappropriate;
rude

pertinacious

adhering firmly to a purpose or opinion
vert persistant

pertinent

having to do with the matter at hand
relevant

retentive

tenacious; able to retain or remember

retinue

group of followers attending one person

tenacity

firmness in holding fast; persistance

tenancy

period of a tenant's temporary holding of real estate

tenet

belief or doctrine generally held to be true

tenure

period or which an office or position is held
status assuring an employee a permanent position

untenable

incapable of being held or defended

mon (monit)

warn

admonish

warn of a fault

admonition

gentle reproof; counseling against a fault or errors

admonitory

conveying a gentle reproof

monitor

keep track of, regulate, or control the operation of a machine or process

monument

means of remaining us of a person or event

premonition

forewarning; anticipation of a coming event

premonitory

conveying a forewarning

MAND (MANDAT)

order, command, commit

countermand

issue a contrary order

mandate

authoritative command
supervisory nation

mandatory

obligatory
required by command

remand

send back, back to prison

writ of mandamus

written order from a court to enforce the performance of some public city

CRED (CREDIT)

believe

accredited

officially authorized or recognized

credence

belief as to the truth of something

credentials

documents, letters, references, inspire belief or trust

credence

belief as to the truth of something

credible

belief, faith, trust

credulous

too ready to believe; easily deceived

creed

summary of principles believed in

discredit

refuse to believe

discredit

loss of belief or trust; damage to ones reputation

incredible

not believable

incredulity

disbelief

FID

faith, trust

affidavit

sworn written statement made before an official

bona fide

made or carried out in good faith

confidant

one to whom secrets are entrusted

confident

having faith in oneself; self-relient

confidential

communicated in trust; secret; private

diffident

lacking self-confidence; shy; timid

fidelity

faithfulness to a trust or vow

fiduciary

held in trust; confidential

infidel

one who does not accept a faith; unbeliever

perfidious

false to a trust; faithless

perfidy

violation of a trust; disloyalty

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