|fairy, pixie, faith, fit tightly, ofay||fay|
|able to remember many things, not easily disconnected, sticky or clinging, taking by force, not easily loosened, stubborn, tightly held, very determined or stubborn||tenacious|
|accept as true, accept as truthful, credit with something, have faith in, think to be true, have religious faith, think something is good, think that something exists, trust||believe|
|acceptance of truth of something, opinion, creed; religion, faith, religious faith, something that somebody believes in, trust||belief|
|acceptance, belief that something is true, faith, confidence, trustworthiness||credence|
|adherent of Babism, member of the Babi religion, Persian religious doctrine founded in 1844 by Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz, precursor to the Bahai faith; demonic god of ancient Egypt which is portrayed as a baboon with an erect penis, follower of the Bab||Babi|
|adulterous, faithless, disloyal, traitorous; dishonest; inaccurate; having committed adultery, not like original, untrue to commitments, with no religious faith||unfaithful|
|affectionate embrace, congratulate yourself, embrace affectionately, clasping of the arms around a person or thing, hold tightly, wrap the arms tightly around (a person or thing); cling to, cherish (an opinion, belief, etc.), keep close, put your arms ...||hug|
|against religion, lacking faith, not religious; anti-religious||irreligious|
|agreement, case for makeup, concise, pack something tightly, pack tightly together, condense; closely combine, consolidate; form, make up; contract together, form an agreement, packed tightly, pact, agreement; small folding cosmetic mirror; small car, ...||compact|
|An amount of money paid to indicate good faith in a transaction before the transaction finalization.||Binder|
|any of several species of carnivorous marine mammals from the suborder Pinnipedia; imprint; stamp, insignia; material used to tightly close an opening or object; mark, symbol; sign of approval or authorization, attach authenticating seal to something, ...||seal|
|appeal for profession of faith||altar call|
|authentic, good faith, sincere and honest||bona fide|
|Babi, Persian religious doctrine founded in 1844 by Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz, precursor to the Bahai faith, pantheistic religion||Babism|
|bandage that is drawn tightly around an injury in order to slow or prevent blood loss, device to stop bleeding||tourniquet|
|be a stage manager, tightly control every aspect of event||stage-manage|
|be dead, composure, lie resting, lie resting on top of something, peace of mind, put faith or confidence in, relax; place on or against something; lie down, recline, relaxation; sleep; tranquility, peacefulness; stillness, absence of movement, settle s...||repose|
|become a nuisance, concentrate attention, hold something firmly, secure something, bind; be secured or made fast; button, zip; bind, attach; close, shut tightly||fasten|
|become involute, complex, involved, complex; having a spiral shape; curled inward from the edges (Botany), rolling inward, tightly whorled, type of curve||involute|
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