|fitting, proper, well-deserved||condign|
|A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in proper form or the buyer fails to deliver funds in proper form., A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in...||Fail|
|A trade is settled out by the seller delivering securities and the buyer delivering funds in proper form. A trade that does not clear is said to fail. Comparison of the details of a transaction between broker/dealers prior to settlement; final exchange...||Clear|
|ability to avoid giving offense, diplomacy, ability to skillfully deal with people, finesse; sense of what is proper or appropriate, taste, discretion||tact|
|ability to spell, act of writing or saying the letters of a word in their proper order; way in which a word is spelled, forming words by ordering letters, specific example of letter order||spelling|
|able to happen, capable of happening but unlikely, could be, might be, may be, maybe real or true, possibility, potential, proper||possible|
|accept responsibility, capacity to handle responsibility, carry or place something on shoulders, joint attaching a forelimb to the trunk, land beside road, meat from shoulder, move something with shoulder, part of garment fitting shoulder, part of the ...||shoulder|
|acceptable, accurate, make right; punish, modify, point out errors in, punish to gain improvement, rectify defect, remove errors from, right; accurate, exact; proper||correct|
|according to the proprieties, modestly; respectably; in a proper manner||decently|
|act of making ready, act of putting into the proper condition; act of getting oneself ready||preparing|
|adjective from proper noun||proper adjective|
|advance beyond proper limits, infringe, trespass, intrude, invade, exceed proper limits, trespass on something||encroach|
|advanced in years, exactly ready, experienced and knowledgeable, full and red, impolite or lewd, mature and mellow, fully developed or grown; ready for use; ready for action; prepared for a particular experience; fitting, appropriate, ready and pleasan...||ripe|
|advertise with too little enthusiasm, sell at lower prices than the competition; sell at less than the actual value; promote or advertise in an understated manner, sell below its proper value, sell more cheaply than||undersell|
|An adjunct to a futuresexchange through which transactions executed on its floor are settled by a process of matching purchases and sales. A clearing organization is also charged with the proper conduct of delivery procedures and the adequate financing...||Clearinghouse|
|appropriate, fitting, appropriate; characterized by happiness or good fortune, marked by felicity, fortunate, pleasant||felicitous|
|appropriate, fitting, becoming, right for purpose||suitable|
|appropriate, fitting, suitable, becoming, particularly appropriate||apposite|
|appropriate, fitting; well-timed, timely; proper, expedient, fitting or fortunate||opportune|
|appropriate, suitable, fitting, flattering, befitting, process of coming into existence, process of changing into, developing, showing somebody to advantage||becoming|
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