fiducially


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fi·du·cial

 (fĭ-do͞o′shəl, -dyo͞o′-, fī-)
adj.
1. Based on or relating to faith or trust.
2. Relating to or characteristic of a legal trust; fiduciary.
3. Regarded or employed as a standard of reference, as in surveying.

[Late Latin fīdūciālis, from Latin fīdūcia, trust, from fīdere, to trust; see bheidh- in Indo-European roots.]

fi·du′cial·ly adv.
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