Friday’s Vocabulary Words

1. neutral — unbiased, does not take a side
The judge is required to be neutral when he hears a case; if he takes a side, he may not be able to be fair.

2. conviction — certainty
When you argue your point, you should argue with conviction or it will be hard for people to support your side.

3. jeopardize — put at risk
Driving in an unsafe manner can jeopardize not only you life but the lives of others around you.

4. dispel — dismiss, relieve
Getting correct information about things that frighten you is often enough to dispel your fears.

5. discernment — judgment
To act with discernment is to act wisely and to consider all of your options before choosing the best one.

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