to discourage someone by convincing them of something (by persuasion). Verb, Latin.
1. A false belief 2. faulty and illogical reasoning Noun. Latin (1 derivitive)
to hint or suggest indirectly, Verb, Latin (1 derivitive)
to draw a conclusion through reasoning. Verb, Latin (1 derivitive).
To support with evidence. Verb, Latin (1 derivitive)
1. great praise 2. an award. Noun, French
Adoration, excessive praise or flattery. Noun, Latin (1 derivitive)
Something or someone that is hated and avoided. Noun, Greek.
Noun: evaluation or detailed reveiw of something. Verb: to reveiw, discuss or evaluate. Greek
Worthy of praise and honor. Adjective, latin (1 derivitive)
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