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Pronunciation:

[ambˈɪʃən], [ambˈɪʃən], [a_m_b_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n]
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Synonyms for Ambition:

intention (noun) pursuit (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Ambition:

  • imaiation,
  • ambitoon,
  • emtion,
  • ambision,
  • amotion,
  • ambishios,
  • combition,
  • imiation,
  • amibitions,
  • asorbtion,
  • imagiation,
  • ampuation,
  • ambitoin,
  • amibition,
  • emotition,
  • embibing,
  • ammuntion,
  • adobtion,
  • emmision,
  • amibtion,
  • ambisious,
  • obtion,
  • ambitiion,
  • amition,
  • ambistion,
  • ambitiouns,
  • sumbission,
  • amibitious,
  • ambissions,
  • ambisions,
  • immiation,
  • arbortion,
  • amimation,
  • ambisios,
  • ambitiouse,
  • omittion,
  • attebtion,
  • emoption,
  • ambtious,
  • abotion,
  • ambien,
  • attibution,
  • emition,
  • ambishen,
  • embition,
  • emoition,
  • imtiation,
  • ambesion,
  • amunnition,
  • ambitiose,
  • emption,
  • ambittion,
  • ambtion,
  • ambishion,
  • combution,
  • combusion,
  • ambiton,
  • ambtions,
  • cumbustion,
  • amuniation,
  • emomtion,
  • abbortion,
  • imagtion,
  • ambitiosly,
  • ambissious,
  • abition,
  • combiation,
  • omition,
  • ambitiou,
  • ambientation,
  • ambitioius,
  • ambitios,
  • obotion,
  • impation,
  • ommition,
  • ambishions,
  • ambission,
  • anbition,
  • amention,
  • ambishious,
  • emmition,
  • ambitioin,
  • ambisiouse,
  • ambitionet,
  • ambuation,
  • amonition,
  • amination,
  • cimbination,
  • amontion,
  • emostion,
  • emitiona,
  • eshibition,
  • imfchn.

Rhymes for Ambition:

  1. titian, fission, mission;
  2. permission, optician, cognition, recission, contrition, nutrition, suspicion, physician, dentition, tradition, magician, commission, submission, attrition, emission, technician, mortician, remission, audition, munition, ignition, transition, tuition, musician, fruition, sedition, position, rendition, partition, admission, logician, patrician, addition, condition, volition, petition, transmission, omission;
  3. inquisition, recognition, disposition, admonition, requisition, intermission, rhetorician, supposition, repetition, precondition, politician, apparition, erudition, obstetrician, premonition, superstition, statistician, coalition, reposition, proposition, demolition, recondition, ammunition, exposition, dietitian, abolition, electrician, competition, intuition, extradition, expedition, inhibition, imposition, opposition, composition, definition, prohibition, exhibition, deposition, acquisition;
  4. presupposition, academician, geriatrician, theoretician, pediatrician, predisposition, juxtaposition, decomposition;

Quotes for Ambition:

  1. My ambition is to be happy. Penelope Cruz.
  2. The psychoanalysis of neurotics has taught us to recognize the intimate connection between wetting the bed and the character trait of ambition Sigmund Freud.
  3. All the miseries and evils which men suffer from vice, crime, ambition injustice, oppression, slavery and war, proceed from their despising or neglecting the precepts contained in the Bible. Noah Webster.

Adjectives for Ambition:

  • worthy, unpleasant,
  • equally blind,
  • wicked and extravagant,
  • cunning and furious,
  • expansionist or aggressive,
  • literal zoological,
  • insatiable personal,
  • belligerent, unappeasable,
  • frenzied hungry,
  • present-day criminal,
  • therefore unworthy,
  • ruthless mistral,
  • pcrsonal,
  • ruthless and unhealthy,
  • secret, unfulfilled,
  • latent sartorial,
  • pure, gleeful,
  • monumental technical,
  • girlish scientific,
  • continually thirsty,
  • indomitably high,
  • similar bold,
  • overweening human,
  • earlier unthinking,
  • altruistic and divine,
  • turbulent or indiscreet,
  • personal and unlawful,
  • creditable and honorable,
  • lawless and unjust,
  • robust and wholly masculine,
  • laudable political,
  • unholy personal,
  • black and guilty,
  • same vaulting,
  • silent meek,
  • deeply whiskered,
  • selfish and discomfited,
  • curious subservient,
  • endless, pathologic,
  • laudable and helpful,
  • strong vaulting,
  • much vaulting,
  • unbridled, insatiable,
  • infamous and unpatriotic,
  • past overbearing,
  • long obdurate,
  • vague, unlimited,
  • vulgar, young,
  • unabashed personal,
  • proud and vaulting,
  • proud and secret,
  • fickle and frivolous,
  • presumptuous private,
  • fancy and secret,
  • aspiration only wretched,
  • diseased military,
  • divine and truly grecian,
  • potential and creative,
  • properly thought-out,
  • naked personal,
  • older, grander,
  • true and praiseworthy,
  • deadly inner,
  • perfectly legitimate and honorable,
  • low, vain,
  • surely personal,
  • natural corrupt,
  • sole and utter,
  • destructive and barbarous,
  • restless personal,
  • senseless and vain,
  • curiously humble,
  • highest and most secret,
  • dark, baleful,
  • absolutely grand,
  • blind and total,
  • blind cruel,
  • original and vast,
  • particular, definite,
  • weak and pitiable,
  • vague and shapeless,
  • gratifying selfish,
  • insatiable and inordinate,
  • cheerfully malicious,
  • petty, ridiculous,
  • ynical,
  • deeper intellectual,
  • highest present,
  • personal and romantic,
  • once virtuous,
  • comprehensive german,
  • vain, hopeless,
  • noble and healthy,
  • impious and bloody,
  • paramount national,
  • new and honorable,
  • brief and feverish,
  • affectionate and noble,
  • wise and healthy,
  • thy excessive,
  • rather bookish,
  • pure and benevolent,
  • much naive,
  • truly grecian,
  • exceedingly healthy,
  • foolish political,
  • cold, conventional,
  • other long-range,
  • almost ruthless,
  • ractical,
  • rather quixotic,
  • dangerous personal,
  • such giddy,
  • pure and patriotic,
  • own unquiet,
  • personal or selfish,
  • much malicious,
  • grandest possible,
  • same undaunted,
  • wholly masculine,
  • legitimate and honorable,
  • strong ecclesiastical,
  • old, foolish,
  • mad and reckless,
  • honest and patriotic,
  • simple, single,
  • quiet, personal,
  • truest and purest,
  • sole literary,
  • eager and passionate,
  • new feminine,
  • such overweening,
  • usual grim,
  • almost manic,
  • away human,
  • literary and commercial,
  • now wild,
  • pure personal,
  • deep, unfathomable,
  • such grandiose,
  • early poetical,
  • own lifelong,
  • thoroughly selfish,
  • high poetical,
  • somewhat foolish,
  • fair and legitimate,
  • extraordinary literary,
  • own fatal,
  • arrogant and unbounded,
  • unrealistic but slightly feral,
  • insatiable and steadfast,
  • murderous blind,
  • high vaulting,
  • impossible, blasphemous,
  • brand-new horizontal,
  • incessant and insatiable,
  • greedy bold,
  • inordinate social,
  • inordinate and successful,
  • pleasant and disinterested,
  • low, ephemeral,
  • dramatic or vocal,
  • great and vicarious,
  • commercial or national,
  • ecclesiastical nor social,
  • laudable and elegant,
  • pugnacious professional,
  • self-seeking and unworthy,
  • unbridled and unbounded,
  • safe and worthy,
  • fond and ruinous,
  • selfish or vain,
  • inordinate and bloodthirsty,
  • zeal and misguided,
  • laudable and satisfactory,
  • inordinate intellectual,
  • stormy, boundless,
  • once high and hopeful,
  • adventurous and most diversified,
  • jealous literary,
  • zeal or selfish,
  • silent unsatisfied,
  • black and unscrupulous,
  • desperate and selfish,
  • nepotistical,
  • exclusive and sufficient,
  • limited honest,
  • wretched and burdensome,
  • daring and boundless,
  • overweening, vaulting,
  • towering and successful,
  • bizarre and wild,
  • sordid low,
  • ungratified human,
  • miserable temporal,
  • restless and exorbitant,
  • laudable and not uncommon,
  • resolute and eager,
  • british legitimate,
  • blind and unrestrained,
  • extravagantly blind and foolish,
  • extravagantly blind,
  • unbounded, reckless,
  • selfish, boundless,
  • cunning and boundless,
  • natural and very innocent,
  • fitful morose,
  • fleeting theatrical,
  • extreme and irregular,
  • irregular and insatiable,
  • fancy and french,
  • absurd and inordinate,
  • selfish or sectional,
  • uneasy, egotistic,
  • unbounded and remorseless,
  • incessant, unbounded and remorseless,
  • uneasy and fatuous,
  • vague theatrical,
  • secret and laudable,
  • dear and daring,
  • self-seeking, personal,
  • reckless, personal,
  • greedy, insatiable,
  • healthy and well-regulated,
  • dynastic and ecclesiastical,
  • tremendous and sublime,
  • violent and insatiable,
  • nearly byzantine,
  • natural and perfectly selfish,
  • rancorous and eager,
  • petty, feverish,
  • exacting, humble,
  • manifestly personal,
  • generous or spiritual,
  • deep and all-powerful,
  • barbarous and purely material,
  • incongruous and unpromising,
  • little, troublesome,
  • unlimited, merciless,
  • paltry, selfish,
  • zeal and barbaric,
  • desultory and tumultuous,
  • limited french,
  • inordinate and selfish,
  • uneasy unsatisfied,
  • peculiarly vaulting,
  • inordinate and intriguing,
  • direct and creative,
  • ungratified, literary,
  • justifiable and laudable,
  • evidently similar,
  • greedy and reckless,
  • abundant and entirely mortal,
  • entirely mortal,
  • unlimited and unsatisfied,
  • extravagant and tyrannical,
  • unlimited teutonic,
  • autocratic criminal,
  • self-aggrandizing national,
  • far different and higher,
  • equally dangerous and offensive,
  • vaulting personal,
  • frantic and proud,
  • self-seeking or personal,
  • energetic but patriotic,
  • inordinate and fatal,
  • inordinate and wicked,
  • breathless and most daring,
  • daring, scheming,
  • daring and almost hopeless,
  • visionary and disinterested,
  • singularly contrary,
  • materialistic national,
  • intensive, nerve-racking,
  • inordinate and desperate,
  • mercenary & depraved,
  • laudable and glorious,
  • subsequently personal,
  • extreme selfish,
  • unconquerable and boundless,
  • stolid abominable,
  • limitless, culinary,
  • crafty unfettered,
  • restless and sanguine,
  • secret but impracticable,
  • natural but unwise,
  • noisy managerial,
  • desultory and eager,
  • inordinate and hapless,
  • onely vaulting,
  • insolent and futile,
  • vaulting but self-centered,
  • already uncontrollable,
  • overweening and uncontrollable,
  • down selfish,
  • still scholastic,
  • large and heroical,
  • relentless, vindictive,
  • more vaulting,
  • unscrupulous and unrelenting,
  • romantic and splendid,
  • last and abiding,
  • boundless german,
  • worthy and proper,
  • precocious and excessive,
  • devilishly queer,
  • vaguely guilty,
  • old and passionate,
  • insatiable and unscrupulous,
  • restless, intriguing,
  • vain and culpable,
  • sordid and inordinate,
  • philippine monastic,
  • unprofitable and thankless,
  • big, inflated,
  • subtle and lofty,
  • invariably personal,
  • ignorant and wayward,
  • thy ungovernable,
  • restless, thirsty,
  • unnecessary, social,
  • fierce, flaming,
  • strong, aspiring,
  • often proud,
  • healthy matrimonial,
  • unscrupulous, treacherous,
  • autocratic german,
  • cruel and depraved,
  • feverish personal,
  • ferocious and indomitable,
  • entirely unacknowledged,
  • practical canadian,
  • deep-seated and obstinate,
  • pure and laudable,
  • such vaulting,
  • previously well-known,
  • honorable and high,
  • later honorable,
  • scheming and bold,
  • character social,
  • selfish and servile,
  • local masculine,
  • dynastic or personal,
  • broad and daring,
  • wild and imperious,
  • fierce and irritable,
  • japanese pictorial,
  • boundless and unscrupulous,
  • inveterate and insatiable,
  • unbridled personal,
  • enterprising and indefatigable,
  • morbid and excessive,
  • morbid social,
  • selfish and merciless,
  • weak and greedy,
  • foolish mad,
  • ignorant, wretched,
  • much inborn,
  • eager social,
  • impatient, feverish,
  • passionate and disinterested,
  • coarse and personal,
  • similar lofty,
  • mad, selfish,
  • high and proper,
  • peculiar and perverse,
  • own vaulting,
  • certain canny,
  • ever aggressive,
  • down sure,
  • ceaseless intellectual,
  • cool and reasonable,
  • japanese racial,
  • laudable and noble,
  • clerical and political,
  • sordid or selfish,
  • great or generous,
  • restless and fiery,
  • vain or selfish,
  • vain and puerile,
  • usual disinterested,
  • restless and rebellious,
  • restless and lawless,
  • natural or legitimate,
  • selfish and jealous,
  • laudable and virtuous,
  • proud personal,
  • sudden vindictive,
  • miserable, low,
  • boundless personal,
  • high and hopeful,
  • constant and enthusiastic,
  • latent artistic,
  • thy unbounded,
  • widespread literary,
  • violent but ineffectual,
  • great unfulfilled,
  • hard common-sense,
  • perfectly laudable,
  • less reprehensible,
  • still higher and nobler,
  • serious, middle-aged,
  • satisfying personal,
  • hasty and premature,
  • more insatiable,
  • steady professional,
  • vulgar and low,
  • weak and ridiculous,
  • secret and intense,
  • much racial,
  • early theatrical,
  • ardent and restless,
  • perfectly selfish,
  • sole present,
  • reckless and selfish,
  • own laudable,
  • own unscrupulous,
  • good, legitimate,
  • narrow and personal,
  • social and scholastic,
  • slightly feral,
  • great, secret,
  • far personal,
  • somewhat inarticulate,
  • selfish and reckless,
  • cold and relentless,
  • curiously narrow,
  • zeal and patriotic,
  • such venial,
  • foolish social,
  • vague literary,
  • highest academic,
  • fatal spiritual,
  • strange inverted,
  • physical and religious,
  • feudal,
  • restless and versatile,
  • latest personal,
  • reckless personal,
  • own exorbitant,
  • hierarchial,
  • great and definite,
  • literary and military,
  • higher musical,
  • now ripe,
  • wild, vague,
  • unlimited personal,
  • natural national,
  • pollytical,
  • special, private,
  • stupid, selfish,
  • pleasing and natural,
  • less avowed,
  • small and harmless,
  • similar musical,
  • startlingly original,
  • good swiss,
  • aggressive foreign,
  • sufficiently rare,
  • coarse and selfish,
  • vain and childish,
  • noble literary,
  • restless and feverish,
  • much and too little,
  • exacting social,
  • legitimate national,
  • restless and adventurous,
  • own long-cherished,
  • gratified,
  • noble and praiseworthy,
  • away personal,
  • commercial or military,
  • equally lofty,
  • little parental,
  • ethical and practical,
  • natural and laudable,
  • little greedy,
  • private and selfish,
  • blind and senseless,
  • selfish and personal,
  • already successful,
  • vain and wicked,
  • mad and wicked,
  • poor social,
  • mere pictorial,
  • pure and fine,
  • proud and confident,
  • dark and turbulent,
  • keen and successful,
  • high and chivalrous,
  • far meaner,
  • own willful,
  • apparently absurd,
  • sudden political,
  • ordinary provincial,
  • own inordinate,
  • personal military,
  • present eastern,
  • keen and eager,
  • vain and sinful,
  • own insatiable,
  • own ungovernable,
  • mere low,
  • cold and austere,
  • unachievable,
  • such uncontrollable,
  • own aggressive,
  • old artistic,
  • restless human,
  • modern municipal,
  • fine and high,
  • old restless,
  • same dominant,
  • utmost personal,
  • blind and foolish,
  • unscrupulous political,
  • highest diplomatic,
  • hot, feverish,
  • apparently disinterested,
  • remarkably poor,
  • true patriotic,
  • same invincible,
  • pure military,
  • colonial and commercial,
  • virtuous and noble,
  • political or literary,
  • greatest architectural,
  • scientific and intellectual,
  • artistic or literary,
  • own superb,
  • other selfish,
  • ther owne,
  • larger and nobler,
  • own boundless,
  • easily understandable,
  • own territorial,
  • so-called political,
  • such irresponsible,
  • great and proud,
  • rather humble,
  • fiery hot,
  • once high,
  • healthy natural,
  • own daring,
  • large and healthy,
  • different and higher,
  • great ultimate,
  • pure and high,
  • less secret,
  • worthy and noble,
  • huge national,
  • strong and resolute,
  • private or personal,
  • narrow and selfish,
  • such presumptuous,
  • much evil,
  • legitimate political,
  • curious personal,
  • equally intense,
  • pussonal,
  • much vain,
  • such unbridled,
  • bright and shiny,
  • more laudable,
  • own similar,
  • same youthful,
  • anti-human,
  • more calm,
  • quite legitimate,
  • same ruthless,
  • chief personal,
  • equally low,
  • own impetuous,
  • german colonial,
  • less social,
  • vast imperial,
  • serious practical,
  • higher political,
  • entirely personal,
  • more superb,
  • mad young,
  • purely modern,
  • perfectly justifiable,
  • somewhat inferior,
  • deadly cold,
  • whole and sole,
  • such overpowering,
  • thy vile,
  • bold and adventurous,
  • natural social,
  • little spiritual,
  • politico-social,
  • great psychological,
  • merely selfish,
  • further political,
  • principal literary,
  • more engrossing,
  • own fiery,
  • new and serious,
  • mere poetic,
  • equally absurd,
  • high professional,
  • rather pompous,
  • original wild,
  • high and generous,
  • almost unbounded,
  • considerable political,
  • more fierce,
  • new colonial,
  • noble and patriotic,
  • vain and empty,
  • new and nobler,
  • immediate physical,
  • less ardent,
  • own clumsy,
  • great and worthy,
  • simoniacal,
  • wild romantic,
  • fond and foolish,
  • common political,
  • highest and holiest,
  • earliest and best,
  • great imaginative,
  • same mad,
  • new and deeper,
  • bismarckian,
  • own late,
  • private and particular,
  • deep and serious,
  • nearest and dearest,
  • such ferocious,
  • greater moral,
  • active political,
  • shamefully petty,
  • altogether chimerical,
  • childish and dangerous,
  • whorlly intellectual,
  • own self-consuming,
  • overbearing and desperate,
  • restless, egotistical,
  • pleasing, laudable,
  • long-time great,
  • zadar personal,
  • dormant olympian,
  • inordinate and persistent,
  • boundless but prudent,
  • one-time restless,
  • youthful, disquieting,
  • senseless and unscrupulous,
  • final and fiercest,
  • active, envious,
  • icy and heartless,
  • especially parliamentary,
  • unscrupulous, tortuous,
  • thy frigid,
  • selfish and mischievous,
  • righteous and reasonable,
  • noble, maternal,
  • wicked and boundless,
  • legitimate and praiseworthy,
  • false artistic,
  • restless and diseased,
  • fierce and undaunted,
  • solitary clear,
  • antique and chivalrous,
  • welcome personal,
  • somewhat unrealistic,
  • wild and unhappy,
  • proper and wise,
  • more achievable,
  • perhaps nobler,
  • unhealthy, unnatural,
  • vague infinite,
  • german dynastic,
  • much lofty,
  • own heartless,
  • usual juvenile,
  • purely sordid,
  • reasonable or unreasonable,
  • highest and worthiest,
  • false literary,
  • great posthumous,
  • legitimate local,
  • antiquated feudal,
  • sordid and vulgar,
  • such maniacal,
  • greater, darker,
  • impious and cruel,
  • surely true,
  • sole and immediate,
  • more boyish,
  • almost insatiable,
  • immense literary,
  • highest material,
  • same tyrannical,
  • low political,
  • domestic and civil,
  • thine innocent,
  • cold, ruthless,
  • present vast,
  • solid and useful,
  • long-simmering,
  • same persistent,
  • aside personal,
  • same laudable,
  • great passionate,
  • far bolder,
  • selfish personal,
  • great, noble,
  • vast and ancient,
  • universal,
  • highest civil,
  • petty political,
  • mere boyish,
  • achievable,
  • own perverse,
  • own rightful,
  • hard, practical,
  • exceedingly low,
  • sudden, wild,
  • self-consuming,
  • cold, stern,
  • road-building,
  • certain bitter,
  • same reckless,
  • frustrated,
  • high personal,
  • such unbounded,
  • same eager,
  • same keen,
  • more august,
  • moderately high,
  • same secret,
  • old-age,
  • much social,
  • own mad,
  • more furious,
  • just common,
  • other imperial,
  • violent and most insolent,
  • bold and unbounded,
  • insatiable and reckless,
  • restless and unjust,
  • boundless political,
  • egotistic and impatient,
  • intriguing and restless,
  • old jejune,
  • strongest but most preposterous,
  • aspiring and somewhat ludicrous,
  • unlawful personal,
  • truly noble and lofty,
  • unrestrained and ferocious,
  • vulgar nor mercenary,
  • tremendous undaunted,
  • vilely egotistic,
  • increasingly problematic,
  • sudden parliamentary,
  • main and best,
  • indiscreet and troublesome,
  • aspiring and unscrupulous,
  • endless restless,
  • cold, self-serving,
  • ardent and unbounded,
  • passionate and vindictive,
  • overweening personal,
  • dear social,
  • high ecstatic,
  • own purest,
  • austere and sublime,
  • great and fiery,
  • restless and sleepless,
  • honest and laudable,
  • beautiful bad,
  • restless and unsatisfied,
  • same inordinate,
  • gratifying personal,
  • little parliamentary,
  • small restless,
  • own crafty,
  • perfectly worthy,
  • professional and scientific,
  • selfish political,
  • little vain,
  • own unbridled,
  • new and fierce,
  • low and degrading,
  • own lawless,
  • own obstinate,
  • own colossal,
  • single and simple,
  • thy chief,
  • such perverse,
  • noble and useful,
  • somewhat ludicrous,
  • own restless,
  • perfectly understandable,
  • lofty and noble,
  • less hardy,
  • military or political,
  • more restless,
  • much pure,
  • unmeasurable,
  • best and purest,
  • mere military,
  • own sudden,
  • mere empty,
  • private detectorial,
  • rather laudable,
  • wildly upscale,
  • preternatural and remorseless,
  • famed political,
  • laudable and rather thrilling,
  • wrathful and wretched,
  • jealous, mean-spirited,
  • perhaps immoderate,
  • generous matrimonial,
  • prime initial,
  • detectorial,
  • remorseless military,
  • thy insane,
  • single indiscreet,
  • ardent and noble,
  • indiscriminate personal,
  • greater and happier,
  • absurd and outrageous,
  • scarce pardonable,
  • enough noble,
  • irregular and desultory,
  • more boundless,
  • lofty and passionate,
  • great youthful,
  • restless and insatiable,
  • proud and pure,
  • sole and whole,
  • mere colonial,
  • rather thrilling,
  • sudden glorious,
  • noble and wise,
  • own furious,
  • such inordinate,
  • poor, pitiful,
  • high and pure,
  • own highest,
  • life-time,
  • wild and desperate,
  • less pure,
  • un-christian,
  • own youthful,
  • temporal and spiritual,
  • unrealized,
  • unappeasable,
  • more legitimate,
  • frustrating human,
  • headstrong and selfish,
  • present and domestic,
  • extravagant and slender,
  • private and unsupported,
  • puerile and scholastic,
  • great, tenacious,
  • single, all-consuming,
  • noble, old-fashioned,
  • restless political,
  • thy fondest,
  • overvaulting,
  • hot, defiant,
  • selfish, personal,
  • stupid, petty,
  • same vain,
  • large and tall,
  • vain and selfish,
  • such laudable,
  • personal political,
  • more interior,
  • real literary,
  • same lofty,
  • political,
  • own childish,
  • unrealistic,
  • mere literary,
  • worth-while,
  • same wild,
  • personal and tawdry,
  • gigantic secular,
  • monstrous, ravenous,
  • turbulent and unsettled,
  • keener personal,
  • lower personal,
  • old intense,
  • vague, shapeless,
  • vulgar and commonplace,
  • narrow personal,
  • considerable social,
  • great gothic,
  • purely selfish,
  • dark and dangerous,
  • mere vulgar,
  • high and noble,
  • perfectly legitimate,
  • mean-spirited,
  • self-seeking or ignoble,
  • violently commercial,
  • ruthless and predatory,
  • highly laudable,
  • petty social,
  • such mad,
  • long-held,
  • tongue-tied,
  • own political,
  • more exalted,
  • more towering,
  • individual political,
  • rather human,
  • strong personal,
  • more lofty,
  • overblown,
  • simplistic,
  • own overweening,
  • wild, tempestuous,
  • high and honorable,
  • single human,
  • distinctly literary,
  • all-consuming,
  • rapacious, vaulting,
  • patriotic and unselfish,
  • purely personal,
  • ungratified,
  • merely personal,
  • higher and nobler,
  • high and abstracted,
  • chimerical,
  • generous, healthy,
  • much personal,
  • unfulfilled,
  • great personal,
  • abstracted,
  • ungovernable,
  • mere selfish,
  • mere personal,
  • pontifical,
  • own selfish,
  • egotistic,
  • definite literary,
  • napoleonic,
  • venal,
  • commendable,
  • exorbitant,
  • insupportable and outrageous,
  • immeasurable,
  • vicarious,
  • immoderate,
  • insupportable,
  • self-seeking,
  • limitless,
  • unselfish,
  • puerile,
  • long-cherished,
  • lawless,
  • aspiring,
  • own personal,
  • life-long,
  • dynastic,
  • fondest,
  • ignoble,
  • praiseworthy,
  • unworthy,
  • unsatisfied,
  • ruthless,
  • unbridled,
  • boyish,
  • nobler,
  • insane,
  • unscrupulous,
  • legitimate,
  • utmost,
  • lifelong,
  • honorable,
  • dearest,
  • vulgar,
  • generous,
  • youthful,
  • unbounded,
  • worthy,
  • overweening,
  • lofty,
  • mad,
  • higher,
  • inordinate,
  • sole,
  • social,
  • boundless,
  • insatiable,
  • restless,
  • vaulting,
  • literary,
  • laudable,
  • selfish,
  • noble,
  • political,
  • highest,
  • personal.
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