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1. prescient

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Synonyms Dictionary

credulity, n.

gullibility, gullibleness, credulousness, will to believe, blind faith, trustfulness, unsuspiciousness.

credulous, adj.

trusting, trustful, believing, undoubt-ing, unsuspicious, uncritical, unskeptical, overtrustful, easy of belief, easy, soft; gullible, deceivable, dupable, foolable, deludable, exploitable; naive, unsophisticated, green, born yesterday, Inf.

wet behind the ears,

creed, n.1. tenet, principles, articles, teaching, rule, Eccles.

catechism; doctrine, dogma, canon, formula; axiom, theorem, maxim.
2. sect, religion, denomination, affiliation, cult, fellowship, communion; faith, belief; persuasion, position, leaning, conviction, opinion, view,

creek, n.

1. watercourse, stream, streamlet, brook, brooklet, rivulet, run, runnel, burn, rill, rindle, Dial. crick; channel, strait; branch, tributary.

2. Chiefly British,

inlet, bay, cove, bight, Both Chiefly Scot.

firth, frith; fjord, estuary.

3.

up the creek Slang,

in a predicament, in a bind, in trouble; perplexed, off balance, taken by surprise.

creep, v. 1. crawl, crawl on all fours; squirm, wriggle, wiggle, writhe; worm, inch along, go at a snail's pace, advance slowly, drag oneself along, pull oneself along; trail, lag behind, follow behind.

2. skulk, slink, move stealthily, steal; sneak up on, come up on, come up from behind.

3. cower, crouch, cringe; grovel, Inf.

bootlick, toady, fawn.
4.
slip, slide, shift, move, dislocate.
5. make one's flesh creep
frighten, scare, terrify, horrify, make one's hair stand on end; repel, repulse, revolt, turn one's stomach.

creeping, adj.

1. crawling, crawling on all fours; vermicular, squirming, wriggling, wiggling, Zool.

rep-tant.

2. slow, dragging, plodding, snail-like, dawdling; lagging, trailing, tardy, dilatory.
3. cowering, crouching, cringing; groveling, reptilian, fawning, obsequious, sycophantish, servile, truckling.

cremate, v. burn, incinerate, consume by fire, reduce to ashes; inurn.

cremation, n.

burning, incineration, consumption by fire, reduction to ashes; inurnment,

crematory, n.

crematorium, incinerator, pyre, furnace, burning place.

crescent, n.

1. demilune, lune, lunette, lunula, meniscus, half-moon; semicircle, half circle, hemicycle; sickle, scythe.
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adj.

2. sickle-shaped, falcate, falciform, bicorn; lunate, lunar, lunular, lunulate, luniform; curved, bowshaped, convexo-concave; semi-circular, crescentic.

3. increasing, increscent, crescine, growing, waxing,

crest, n.1. comb, cockscomb, Zool.

caruncle, Obs. coxcomb; tuft, cluster, mane, tassel, top-knot; panache, plume, pompon.
2. spine, chine, fin, spinal
or

vertebral column, Anat. backbone; protuberance, projection, excrescence, outgrowth, bulge, bump, swelling, Anat.

knot, Anat. promontory.
3. regalia, regale, badge, emblem, device, arms,
Heraldry.

charge, Heraldry,

bearing, Archaic,

armory; symbol, design, ornament, ornamentation, embellishment, adornment, decoration, garnish, trim.
4.
head, pate, Anat.

sinciput, skull, poll, Inf.

noggin,

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