to believe or become recognised as valid or correct
accept
not including; other than
except
to approach or enter(a place)
access
an amount of something that is more than necessary
excess
to hint at or mention something indirectly
allude
to avoid or escape by being quick and skillful
elude
to call something yo mind without directly recalling it
allusion
a deceptive appearance or impression
illusion
to be aware of and responding to one's surroundings
conscious
a being's moral sense of right or wrong
conscience
a sweet course eaten at the end of a meal
dessert
to abandon in a way that is seen as disloyal
desert
a result from one's actions or other causes
effect
to have an influence on
affect
an instrument used to measure an amount or level
gauge
an offer as a gate tee of good faith
gage
making little or no noise
quiet
to a certain or fairly significant degree or extent
quite
having a certain presense to a noble degree
eminent
an approaching cause that is about to happen
imminent