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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
reservation (noun)
1.
an act of something as - reserving
a) (1) the act or fact of a grantor's reserving some newly created thing out of the thing granted
(2) the right or interest so - reserved
b) the setting of limiting conditions or withholding from complete exposition - answered without reservation
c) an arrangement to have something (as a hotel room) held for one's use , also a promise, guarantee, or record of such engagement
2.
a) a limiting condition - agreed, but with reservations
b) - doubt misgiving had serious reservations about marriage
3.
something reserved as
a) a tract of public land set aside (as for use by American Indians)
b) an area in which hunting is not permitted , especially one set aside as a secure breeding place
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
reservation (noun)
1.
a feeling or attitude that one does not know the truth, truthfulness, or trustworthiness of someone or something
SYNONIMS:
distrust, distrustfulness, dubiety, dubitation, incertitude, misdoubt, misgiving, mistrust, mistrustfulness, query, reservation, skepticism, suspicion, uncertainty
RELATED WORDS:
disbelief, incredulity, unbelief; anxiety, concern, paranoia, wariness; compunction, niggle [], qualm, scruple, tremor
NEAR ANTONYMS:
credence, faith
assurance, belief, certainty, certitude, confidence, conviction, sureness, surety, trust
reservation (noun)
2.
something upon which the carrying out of an agreement or offer depends
SYNONIMS:
contingency, if, provision, proviso, qualification, reservation, stipulation
RELATED WORDS:
strings, terms; precondition, prerequisite, requirement, requisite; limitation, modification, restriction; exception, exemption; demand, essential, must, necessity, need
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