Break out

For second meaning is break out suddenly and dramatically.

(of war, fighting, or similarly undesirable things) start suddenly. “forest fires have broken out across Indonesia”. synonyms:flare up, start/begin suddenly, erupt, burst out, blow up, set in
“fighting broke out between rival army units”.

Fierce

Sentence examples are ” fierce fighting erupted between the army and guerrillas”. And fighting erupted in the streets”.

Bengis. having or displaying an intense or ferocious aggressiveness. “fierce fighting continued throughout the day”. synonyms:ferocious, savage, vicious; wild, feral, untamed, undomesticated; aggressive, bloodthirsty, dangerous; cruel, brutal, murderous;.

Certainty

Also called the future simple. The simple future refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty.

Definition of certainty. 1 : something that is certain. 2 : the quality or state of being certain especially on the basis of evidence.

What does degree of certainty mean?
Definition of certainty. 1 : something that is certain. 2 : the quality or state of being certain especially on the basis of evidence.

Threatened

Had the men ever threatened you?

endanger, be a danger to, be a threat to, menace, imperil, put at risk, make vulnerable, expose to danger. cause (someone or something) to be vulnerable or at risk; endanger. (of something undesirable) seem likely to occur.

cause (someone or something) to be vulnerable or at risk; endanger. “a broken finger threatened his career” synonyms:endanger, be a danger to, be a threat to, menace, imperil, put at risk, make vulnerable, expose to danger, put in jeopardy. Terancam.

Merit

Synonyms: praiseworthy, good, excellent, deserving, having worth, value or merit. I like them, and they are worthy winners”.

The quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward. Standard quality level, grade, credit, value, rate.

The quality of being good and deserving praise. The advantages something has compared to something.

If something has merit, it has good or worthwhile qualities. Claim to respect and praise, excellence, and worth.

If you receive a certificate of merit in school, you are being recognized for doing a good job.

Envision

Envisioned Envision. Imagine as a future possibility, visualize. To imagine or expect that something is a likely or desireable possibility in the future.

To picture mentally, especially some future event or events. (TO ENVISION A BRIGHT FUTURE).

To imagine what will happen or what a situation will be like in the future envision something. Envisioned is vision or your vision.

To picture oneself. To imagine something that you think might. If you envision something, you envisage it.

Synonyms as imagine, envisage, visualize, expect, fantasy, think of, image of, think up, look upon, view, dream.

Invaluable

Of great value, valuable, costly, expensive, high priced, invaluable and it is rare.

“The friendship between these two girls is invaluable”. The definition of invaluable is priceless or having value too great to measure.

Beyond calculatable or appraisable value, priceless. If you describe something as invaluable, you mean that it is extremely useful or beyond estimation.

Extremely useful, extremely helpful, “An invaluable member of the organization. Synonyms as inestimable, priceless, immeasurable, incalculable, precious, pricey or superexpensive.

Presume

Another word for assume: presume, think, believe, expect, accept.

Suppose that something is the case on the basis of probability. Expect, believe, think, speculate, assume, suppose.

To believe something to be true because it is very likely. Although you are not certain. Suppose to be true without proof presumed innocent untill proved guilty.

If you presume that something is the case, you think that it is the case although you have not prove.

Synonyms as suspect, suppose, assume, speculate, suspicion. Take to be the case or to be true. Accept without verification or proof.

Asserted

A claim is also a statement saying that you have a right to something: They asserted their claim to citizenship.

Assert. To behave aggressive and brave in a way that expresses your confidence, importance, or power and earns you respect from.

To state or declare positively and often forcefully or/and aggressively. “The suspect continued to assert his innocence”.

To state firmly that something is true. Your statement is confidence, full believe and aggressively.

“The policeman govern to public that no anyone come in into the location assertly”.

Peer

Come into view, appear or be just visible. Look, view, regard, look closely. Look with difficulty or concentration at someone or something.

He peered into the darkness. His pale blue eyes peered anxiously at VIC. I peered through the letter box. She peered around the conner. She peered out of the window. She peered round into the farmyard.

If you peer at something, you look at it very hard, usually because it is difficult to.