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secure, assure, insure, ensure, guarantee
v. make certain of; "This nest egg will ensure a nice retirement for us"; "Preparation will guarantee success!"
batten down, secure, batten
v. furnish with battens; "batten ships"
secure, procure
v. get by special effort; "He procured extra cigarettes even though they were rationed"
secure
v. assure payment of
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out of danger, secure
adj. free from danger or risk; "secure from harm"; "his fortune was secure"; "made a secure place for himself in his field"
untroubled, unafraid, secure
adj. free from fear or doubt; easy in mind; "he was secure that nothing will be held against him"
secure
adj. not likely to fail or give way; "the lock was secure"; "a secure foundation"; "a secure hold on her wrist"
secure, safe, good, dependable
adj. financially sound; "a good investment"; "a secure investment"
unattackable, unassailable, strong, secure, inviolable, impregnable
adj. immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with; "an impregnable fortress"; "fortifications that made the frontier inviolable"; "a secure telephone connection"
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excite, stimulate
v. act as a stimulant; "The book stimulated her imagination"; "This play stimulates"
acquire
v. locate (a moving entity) by means of a tracking system such as radar
extract
v. calculate the root of a number
educe, derive
v. develop or evolve from a latent or potential state
immobilise, immobilize
v. convert (assets) into fixed capital
stabilise, stabilize
v. make stable and keep from fluctuating or put into an equilibrium; "The drug stabilized her blood pressure"; "stabilize prices"
stabilise, stabilize
v. become stable or more stable; "The economy stabilized"
fix
v. influence an event or its outcome by illegal means; "fix a race"
find oneself, find
v. accept and make use of one's personality, abilities, and situation; "My son went to Berkeley to find himself"
take off, deduct, subtract
v. make a subtraction; "subtract this amount from my paycheck"
control
v. verify by using a duplicate register for comparison; "control an account"
assure, promise
v. make a promise or commitment
take out
v. remove something from a container or an enclosed space
tweak
v. pinch or squeeze sharply
tweeze
v. pluck with tweezers; "tweeze facial hair"
poise, brace
v. prepare (oneself) for something unpleasant or difficult
take illegally, annex
v. take (territory) as if by conquest; "Hitler annexed Lithuania"
recruit
v. seek to employ; "The lab director recruited an able crew of assistants"
sequester
v. requisition forcibly, as of enemy property; "the estate was sequestered"
raise
v. pronounce (vowels) by bringing the tongue closer to the roof of the mouth; "raise your `o'"
prefer
v. give preference to one creditor over another
enrol, recruit, enter, inscribe, enroll
v. register formally as a participant or member; "The party recruited many new members"
reach, attain, accomplish, achieve
v. to gain with effort; "she achieved her goal despite setbacks"
good
adj. having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified; "good news from the hospital"; "a good report card"; "when she was good she was very very good"; "a good knife is one good for cutting"; "this stump will make a good picnic table"; "a good check"; "a good joke"; "a good exterior paint"; "a good secretary"; "a good dress for the office"
reputable
adj. having a good reputation; "a reputable business"; "a reputable scientist"; "a reputable wine"
sturdy, substantial, solid
adj. of good quality and condition; solidly built; "a solid foundation"; "several substantial timber buildings"
trusty, trustworthy
adj. worthy of trust or belief; "a trustworthy report"; "an experienced and trustworthy traveling companion"
true, reliable, honest, dependable
adj. worthy of being depended on; "a dependable worker"; "an honest working stiff"; "a reliable sourcSFLe of information"; "he was true to his word"; "I would be true for there are those who trust me"
creditable
adj. worthy of often limited commendation; "the student's effort on the essay--though not outstanding--was creditable"
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fail-safe
adj. eliminating danger by compensating automatically for a failure or malfunction; "a fail-safe device in a nuclear weapon to deactivate it automatically in the event of accident"
innocuous, harmless
adj. unlikely to harm or disturb anyone; "harmless old man"
off the hook
adj. freed from danger or blame or obligation; "I let him off the hook with a mild reprimand"
risk-free, unhazardous, riskless
adj. thought to be devoid of risk
safe and sound, unhurt
adj. free from danger or injury; "the children were found safe and sound"
good
adj. in excellent condition: "good teeth"; "I still have one good leg"
healthy
adj. financially secure and functioning well; "a healthy economy"
solid
adj. of a substantial character and not frivolous or superficial; "work of solid scholarship"; "based on solid facts"
stable
adj. firm and dependable; subject to little fluctuation; "the economy is stable"
undamaged
adj. not harmed or spoiled; sound
shellproof, bombproof
adj. able to resist the explosive force of bombs and shells; "bombproof shelter"
defensible, defendable
adj. capable of being defended
entrenched
adj. dug in
impenetrable
adj. impossible to understand; "impenetrable jargon"
untouchable
adj. beyond the reach of criticism or attack or impeachment; "for the first time criticism was directed at a hitherto untouchable target"- Newsweek
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insecure
adj. lacking self-confidence or assurance; "an insecure person lacking mental stability"
insecure
adj. not firm or firmly fixed; likely to fail or give way; "the hinge is insecure"
shaky, loose
adj. not fixed firmly or tightly; "the bolts became loose over time"; "a loose chair leg"; "loose bricks"
vulnerable
adj. susceptible to attack; "a vulnerable bridge"
secure
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  • Verbs
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  • Adverbs
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  • Adjectives
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Relationships
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  • Synonyms
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  • Antonyms
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