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  • 1ready — adj. 1 prepared VERBS ▪ appear, be, feel, look, seem, stand ▪ The suitcases were standing ready by the front door. ▪ remain …

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  • 2The X-Files: I Want to Believe — Theatrical release poster Directed by Chris Carter Produced by …

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  • 3Gettin' Ready — Infobox Album | Name = Gettin Ready Type = Album Artist = The Temptations Released = June 15, 1966 Recorded = 1963 1966 Genre = Soul Length = 31:33 Label = Gordy GS 918 Producer = Smokey Robinson Norman Whitfield William Mickey Stevenson Ivy Jo… …

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  • 4Do You Believe in Miracles — UK/German cover of Do You Believe in Miracles . Single by Slade from the album Crackers – The C …

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  • 5Do You Believe in Shame? — Single by Duran Duran from the album Big Thing …

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  • 6Criss Angel Believe — Criss Angel: Believe Company Cirque du Soleil Genre Contemporary circus Show type Resident show Date of premiere October 31 …

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  • 7Shakespeare, William — (baptized April 26, 1564, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, Eng. died April 23, 1616, Stratford upon Avon) British poet and playwright, often considered the greatest writer in world literature. He spent his early life in Stratford upon Avon,… …

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  • 8confusable words — 1. Words are most often confused because they are alike in form (or spelling) and in some aspect of meaning, as with fortunate and fortuitous, or prevaricate and procrastinate. Some sets are confused simply in spelling, although the meanings and… …

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  • 9credulous — adj. 1 too ready to believe; gullible. 2 (of behaviour) showing such gullibility. Derivatives: credulity n. credulously adv. credulousness n. Etymology: L credulus f. credere believe …

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  • 10cred´i|bly — cred|i|ble «KREHD uh buhl», adjective. worthy of belief; believable; reliable; trustworthy: »That boy s excuse for being absent was hardly credible. It hardly seems credible that your son has grown so tall in one year. ╂[< Latin crēdibilis… …

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  • 11cred´i|ble|ness — cred|i|ble «KREHD uh buhl», adjective. worthy of belief; believable; reliable; trustworthy: »That boy s excuse for being absent was hardly credible. It hardly seems credible that your son has grown so tall in one year. ╂[< Latin crēdibilis… …

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  • 12cred|i|ble — «KREHD uh buhl», adjective. worthy of belief; believable; reliable; trustworthy: »That boy s excuse for being absent was hardly credible. It hardly seems credible that your son has grown so tall in one year. ╂[< Latin crēdibilis < crēdere… …

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  • 13cred´u|lous|ness — cred|u|lous «KREHJ uh luhs», adjective. 1. too ready to believe; easily deceived: »She was so credulous that the other children could fool her easily. SYNONYM(S): gullible. 2. characterized by or arising from credulity. ╂[< Latin crēdulus… …

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  • 14cred´u|lous|ly — cred|u|lous «KREHJ uh luhs», adjective. 1. too ready to believe; easily deceived: »She was so credulous that the other children could fool her easily. SYNONYM(S): gullible. 2. characterized by or arising from credulity. ╂[< Latin crēdulus… …

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  • 15cred|u|lous — «KREHJ uh luhs», adjective. 1. too ready to believe; easily deceived: »She was so credulous that the other children could fool her easily. SYNONYM(S): gullible. 2. characterized by or arising from credulity. ╂[< Latin crēdulus (with English… …

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  • 16over-optimistic — UK US (also overoptimistic) adjective ► too hopeful, or too ready to believe that good things will happen in the future: »He fears that analysts are being over optimistic about future company earnings. »Planning for the project was grossly… …

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  • 17Danny Blue (Hustle) — Danny Blue First appearance The Con is On Last appearance Big Daddy Calling Portrayed by Marc Warren Information Gender …

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  • 18gullible — gul|li|ble [ˈgʌlıbəl] adj too ready to believe what other people tell you, so that you are easily tricked ▪ Plastic replicas of the Greek pottery are sold to gullible tourists. >gullibility [ˌgʌlıˈbılıti] n [U] …

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  • 19credulous — [[t]kre̱ʤʊləs[/t]] ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe someone as credulous, you have a low opinion of them because they are too ready to believe what people tell them and are easily deceived. ...quack doctors charming money out of the… …

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  • 20credulous — a. Easily convinced, too ready to believe, over trustful, lax in seeking evidence, easily duped …

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