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ambitious
The company set some very ambitious goals for the year.
cautious
Be very cautious when driving at night.
infectious
She had an infectious disease. *
nutritious
It is important to maintain a nutritious diet.
pretentious

fictitious
The characters in this film are purely fictitious.
superstitious
Some superstitious people will not walk under ladders and worry about bad luck if they break a mirror. *
fractious

vexatious

anxious
Mum's illness has made the family very anxious.
potential
He showes great potential. *
essential
Solvency is essential for companies.
initial
My initial reaction was amazement.
substantial
At breakfast time you need something substantial to eat to help you get through to lunchtime. *
partial
His recovery was only partial.
confidential
The meeting was confidential.
impartial
The impartial eye of a scientist showed that there were no favourites. *
torrential

palatial
The castle was palatial. *
martial
Karate is a martial art.

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