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Fer, Cred, Duc/Duct/Duce Vocab

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insufferable
adj. difficult or impossible to deal with or bear; intolerable
preferential
adj. giving or showing favor to one over another
inference
n. a conclusion not directly provided by evidence, but able to be drawn from the facts at hand
differentiate
v. distinguish, tell apart and recognize differences between two or more items
confer
(v.) to consult, talk over, exchange opinions; to present as a gift, favor, or honor
deference
n. submission to another's will; respect; courtesy
credible
adj. able to be trusted in or believed; reliable
accreditation
n. recognition that an organization has met an official standard
incredulous
adj. disbelieving; skeptical
credence
n. acceptance of something as true or real
induct
v. admit as a member; initiate
conducive
adj. tending to bring about, contributing to
deduction
n. that which can be taken away; a conclusion
adduction
n. the movement of a body part toward the central axis of the body