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Synonyms Dictionary

debilitated; exhausted, prostrate, Pathol, neurasthenic; unhealthy, diseased, morbose, unsound, under doctor's care; indisposed, confined, laid up, bedridden; handicapped, palsied, crippled, disabled, lame; paralyzed, paralytic, Pathol, paretic; tubercular, consumptive; senescent, senile, doting, decrepit; flagging, dropping, moribund, dying.

valiant, adj. 1. brave, courageous, valorous, heroic, hero-like, stout-hearted, lionhearted, greathearted; virile, manly, manful, gallant, chivalrous, chivalric; intrepid, fearless, unafraid, dauntless, dreadless, aweless, nervy, SI. gutsy, unblenching, unblenched, undaunted, undismayed, unappalled, unalarmed; bold, bold-spirited, daring, dashing, adventurous, audacious, rash, reckless; assured, self-assured, self-reliant, confident; pot-valorous, pot-valiant.
2. firm, resolute, indomitable, unconquerable, invincible, staunch, steadfast, stalwart,
Archaic, stal-worth, doughty, sturdy, hardy; unflinching, unyielding, unswerving, unwavering, undeviating, unshrinking, unfaltering, unhesitating, unbending; mettlesome, plucky, gritty, game, spirited, red-blooded, Inf. spunky.
3. worthy, deserving, deserved, due, right, rightful, just, equitable; fit, fitting, befitting, suitable, appropriate, proper, seemly, becoming.
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excellent, exemplary, sterling; admirable, praiseworthy, meritorious, commendable, laudable, estimable; honest, honorable, noble, reliable, trustworthy, reputable, respectable; upright, righteous, virtuous, good, decent, incorruptible, irreproachable.

valid, adj. 1. sound, solid, well-grounded, well-founded, reasonable, logical; factual, accurate, correct, truthful, veracious, Obs. veritable; warrantable, certifiable, authorizable; justifiable, vindicable, excusable, explainable, explicable, accountable.
2. just, equitable, fair, impartial, objective, unbiased; upright, honest, scrupulous; right, proper, appropriate, apt, fitting, meet.
3. effective, effectual, efficacious, forceful, forcible, powerful, potent,
Literary, puissant, vigorous, strong; cogent, persuasive, convincing, believable, credible; conclusive, decisive, determining, definitive, final; substantiative, corroborative, corroboratory, sustaining.
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authoritative, official, certified, licensed, accredited, validated, notarized, attested, endorsed; substantiated, documented, circumstantiated; scientific, tested, proven, verified, authenticated, confirmed, demonstrated, established, probative, probatory, (of wills) Law. probated; substantial, substantive, material, weighty, heavy, grave; significant, consequential, momentous, important; pertinent, apposite, to the point, applicable, relevant, related, relative, germane.
5. lawful, legal, licit, contitutional, statutory, by the book; sanctioned, authorized, warranted, approved, countenanced; dependable, supportable, provable, sustainable; obligatory, binding, contractual; legitimate, vested, rightful, real, actual, true, authentic, genuine,
Inf. kosher.

validate, v. 1. verify, prove, establish; authenticate, document, circumstantiate, (of wills) Law. probate; confirm, substantiate, corroborate, sustain, uphold, support, back up.
2. legalize, legitimize, legitimatize, conform to the law, codify, make acceptable; legislate, enact, ordain, ratify, enter into the books; contitute, charter, institute, formalize, set up.
3. authorize, warrant, license, certify, notarize, visa; accredit, qualify, invest, empower, enable, entitle, capacitate; sanction, approve, give one's nod of approval, countenance; allow, permit, consent to, accept, agree to, vouchsafe,
Chiefly U.S. approbate, Inf O.K.; endorse, attest or testify to, give one's stamp or seal of approval, set one's seal to, seal.

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Benefits of Durian

It helps to fight inflammation

The durian fruit consists of qualities which help to hinder the act of inflammation related enzymes within the body. This in return helps you to save you from inflammation related as well as heart diseases.

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