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Someone with informed and discriminating judgment, especially in matters of art, literature, or taste. An expert.
Collective uniformity of opinion; general agreement in feeling.
To analyze, explain, interpret, or understand.
Complete or perfect in the highest degree; to bring to completion or perfection.
Large in number or quantity; full.
Fat and bulky.
To confirm the truth or accuracy of.
Advice secured through consultation; an adviser; to advise or recommend as a course of action.
The ability to inspire belief or trust.
A standard or principle on which to base a judgement.
At a point that will determine the final outcome; of supreme importance.
At fault; blameworthy.
Hasty and superficial; hurried (a cursory read).
To shorten or reduce.
Inclined to doubt or deny the virtuousness or honesty of human motives; sneeringly bitter or negative.
Neatly and stylishly dressed (usually used for men).
A flaw or shortcoming; to desert one country, cause, or the like for another.
To put off or postpone; to yield courteously to the wishes or judgments of someone else.
In very low spirits.
To strike out or remove.
To make an accurate line drawing or diagram of; to portray or describe in detail.
Neglectful of a duty or obligation; seriously overdue.
To mislead or deceive.
Modest and reserved in dress, manner, or behavior.
The point at which the plot of a novel or drama is finally resolved; the outcome or solution of a complex sequence of events.
Shifting from one thing to another without reason or purpose; haphazard or random.
To move away from, especially what is considered normal, right, or acceptable; a person who differs markedly in behavior, belief or attitude from what is accepted as normal.
Empty; lacking in.
Deeply religious, earnest, or sincere.
Skillful in using one's hands or mind; clever.
Fallen into disrepair or partial ruin, usually through neglect.
Inclined to put things off; intended to postpone something.
Hardworking; thorough and persistent.
Dreadful or disastrous; bleak or cheerless; urgent.
To defeat or frustrate completely; to perplex, confuse, or embarrass completely.
An oral exchange of ideas or conversation; a lengthy discussion, either written or spoken.
To distinguish between two or more things, often by perceiving minute differences; to behave unfairly toward a person or group because of prejudice.
To speak slightingly of or undervalue.
Difference or inequality, as of age, character, or quality.
Deeply distressed or agitate.
To make known, to make public.
Easy to manage, teach, train, or discipline.
Inactive, as if in sleep; suspended in use, growth, or development.
Violently forceful and swift; extreme.
Deliberate deception in speech or conduct.
Choosing what seems best from various sources; one whose opinions are drawn from various sources.
Worn out or exhausted; marked by weakness, self-indulgence or decadence.
Capable of producing the desired effect.
To draw out or call forth.
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