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Pronunciation:

[d_ˌɛ_k_l_ə_ɹ_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n], [dˌɛkləɹˈe͡ɪʃən], [dˌɛkləɹˈe‍ɪʃən]
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Synonyms for Declaration:

affirmation (noun) disclosure (noun) evidence (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Declaration:

  1. interpretation, proliferation, appreciation, documentation, imputation, estimation, hibernation, privation, fabrication, annexation, obligation, foundation, orientation, ministration, ostentation, classification, education, expiration, implication, maximization, assimilation, reaffirmation, dehydration, industrialization, termination, defamation, exploration, exfoliation, dispensation, pacification, conjugation, segregation, continuation, deforestation, regeneration, deviation, desecration, preoccupation, arbitration, imitation, ratification, remuneration, sophistication, dictation, rotation, liberalization, desalination, inauguration, dissipation, incarnation, excitation, exhilaration, inhalation, retardation, justification, commemoration, valuation, coagulation, association, usurpation, replication, clarification, designation, transformation, anticipation, monopolization, sanitation, location, fragmentation, emancipation, liquidation, conversation, reformation, prognostication, pagination, annotation, hospitalization, dramatization, deportation, distillation, collaboration, orchestration, repudiation, coloration, configuration, titillation, indentation, desalinization, preparation, inoculation, incarceration, exhalation, stimulation, notification, confiscation, altercation, emanation, restoration, incubation, invitation, decontamination, devastation, publication, transplantation, excavation, federation, respiration, reincarnation, initiation, incantation, hallucination, evocation, enumeration, irradiation, naturalization, admiration, mobilization, glaciation, certification, cultivation, affirmation, neutralization, recitation, meditation, segmentation, amputation, identification, alienation, relocation, denunciation, desiccation, mummification, dissociation, cremation, investigation, oxidation, dissemination, delegation, croatian, visitation, depreciation, manipulation, exasperation, disintegration, exhortation, falsification, detonation, lactation, stalinization, convocation, automation, recuperation, deregulation, magnification, quotation, domestication, explanation, consecration, differentiation, sensation, revelation, damnation, punctuation, exaggeration, deification, misinterpretation, generalization, sedation, vindication, corporation, urbanization, capitulation, exoneration, cohabitation, expropriation, communization, medication, improvisation, saturation, flirtation, corroboration, procreation, simplification, reverberation, elongation, cogitation, disembarkation, germination, conglomeration, temptation, assassination, vacation, mechanization, discontinuation, concatenation, realization, confirmation, proclamation, authorization, evaporation, coordination, dedication, alteration, incapacitation, hesitation, aviation, interrogation, consternation, intonation, gestation, invalidation, revocation, vilification, organization, repatriation, solicitation, reparation, authentication, divination, affectation, cooperation, navigation, celebration, installation, concentration, nullification, modernization, dissertation, illumination, harmonization, appropriation, degeneration, rationalization, amelioration, congregation, conciliation, fluctuation, glorification, eradication, vaporization, imagination, qualification, stipulation, sequestration, reconciliation, starvation, fertilization, collectivization, ovation, formation, oration, immunization, narration, fumigation, intimation, resignation, miscalculation, correlation, reservation, habitation, cancellation, masturbation, compilation, commercialization, suffocation, overpopulation, elevation, globalization, permutation, categorization, contamination, irritation, impregnation, subsidization, condensation, hybridization, salvation, substantiation, operation, compensation, isolation, obfuscation, victimization, congratulation, misrepresentation, misapplication, instigation, participation, miscreation, stabilization, lubrication, inflammation, tabulation, consummation, recantation, decapitation, reunification, protestation, occupation, fermentation, coronation, implementation, domination, variation, stagnation, conflagration, revaluation, dilation, situation, adjudication, overvaluation, pronunciation, summation, foliation, bifurcation, inclination, disorganization, reputation, confederation, predestination, jubilation, premeditation, optimization, rejuvenation, subordination, generation, reallocation, westernization, mediation, recommendation, relation, irrigation, presentation, refrigeration, figuration, mutation, creation, ovulation, liberation, quantification, resuscitation, triangulation, gravitation, inactivation, reexamination, denomination, disinflation, oscillation, donation, derivation, notation, sedimentation, legislation, illustration, deceleration, fixation, emigration, flotation, nomination, legalization, insinuation, denationalization, unification, libration, delineation, exploitation, speculation, innovation, renovation, aggravation, frustration, civilization, sanctification, impersonation, propagation, adaptation, recreation, equalization, marginalization, approbation, ejaculation, deformation, argumentation, misappropriation, infiltration, perforation, disinclination, organisation, appellation, reorganization, edification, regulation, desegregation, granulation, normalization, undervaluation, amplification, self-congratulation, perturbation, evaluation, pollination, depredation, translation, menstruation, taxation, diversification, unionization, integration, alleviation, vulgarization, excommunication, invocation, renunciation, agitation, malformation, fascination, exclamation, incrustation, constellation, graduation, annihilation, approximation, application, modulation, transportation, simulation, perspiration, humiliation, pasteurization, experimentation, manifestation, allocation, violation, elimination, relaxation, affiliation, exhumation, reiteration, amalgamation, infestation, centralization, refutation, disputation, provocation, limitation, disorientation, constipation, vacillation, facilitation, verification, gyration, population, computation, reclamation, negation, immigration, vibration, calculation, ornamentation, information, multiplication, avocation, corp, degradation, expectation, purification, strangulation, articulation, molestation, retaliation, consolation, equitation, amortization, complication, agglomeration, evacuation, utilization, electrification, expatriation, palpitation, combination, insubordination, fluoridation, vaccination, destabilization, calibration, profanation, aspiration, separation, miniaturization, intimidation, inhabitation, pigmentation, confabulation, levitation, registration, allegation, validation, gratification, indication, demoralization, consultation, visualization, emulation, conservation, personification, specification, mitigation, moderation, perpetuation, litigation, condemnation, duration, fortification, importation, codification, procrastination, examination, rehabilitation, localization, motivation, preservation, ramification, implantation, extermination, determination, demonstration, instrumentation, magnetization, culmination, dalmatian, consolidation, colonization, destination, trepidation, precipitation, sterilization, embarkation, dislocation, criminalization, infatuation, discrimination, radiation, modification, dehumanization, standardization, rectification, observation, elaboration, augmentation, inspiration, commendation, nationalization, echolocation, elation, incoordination, ionization, demobilization, tribulation, animation, reconsideration, deprivation, intoxication, contemplation, escalation, polarization, maturation, devaluation, discoloration, decoration, vocation, rumination, gradation, reforestation, inflation, ordination, privatization, revitalization, indignation, socialization, ossification, vegetation, dilatation, connotation, adulation, duplication, characterization, demarcation, desperation, deflation, nonproliferation, democratization, reinvigoration, machination, equivocation, origination, deliberation, inundation, confrontation, representation, specialization, exacerbation, consideration, ventilation, insulation, incorporation, formulation, accumulation, incrimination, negotiation, communication, remediation, indemnification, desolation, adoration, plantation, decentralization, popularization, prostration, toleration, demonization;
  2. station, ration, nation;
  3. cessation, causation, citation, carnation, castration, alsatian, cetacean;
  4. abrogation, activation, aberration, abdication, accusation, acclimation;
  5. accommodation, abbreviation, accreditation, acceleration, abomination;
  6. capitalization, alphabetization;
  7. demilitarization, decriminalization, americanization;
  8. internationalization;

Quotes for Declaration:

  1. If the Constitution is worth anything, if the Declaration of Independence is worth anything, if the boys who died on the field of battle did not die in vain, fair employment practices are correct and necessary. Dennis Chavez.
  2. In the Steven F. Austin Colony, which was the first colony, Texans first established a provisional government in 1835 with the intention of writing a declaration of independence soon after. Michael McCaul.
  3. Cultural variety is always worth striving for, but must never precede the declaration of human rights. Bjorn Ulvaeus.

Adjectives for Declaration:

  • explicit and provocative,
  • supposedly nonemotional,
  • straightforward, step-by-step,
  • harsh, unconditional,
  • banal, self-serving,
  • formal, age-old,
  • unprecedented, dictatorial,
  • strong and unambiguous,
  • subsequent and concurrent,
  • necessarily disinterested or altruistic,
  • insistent and significant,
  • quite plain and straightforward,
  • passionate and appealing,
  • unconditional and vehement,
  • full explicit,
  • aforesaid modest,
  • formal or direct,
  • definitely liberal,
  • audacious and unqualified,
  • false material,
  • permanent and public,
  • ecclesial,
  • last bloodthirsty,
  • disinterested or altruistic,
  • necessarily disinterested,
  • outspoken and straightforward,
  • strangest political,
  • open, hard,
  • instantly visible,
  • fierce, fearless,
  • final patriotic,
  • still stronger and more,
  • nonemotional,
  • simple factual,
  • quite official,
  • quiet and heartfelt,
  • long, expressionless,
  • minor legislative,
  • foolish and naive,
  • false and disgraceful,
  • long and valiant,
  • singularly unconvincing,
  • final, defiant,
  • common youthful,
  • equally infamous,
  • rather brave,
  • simple, passionate,
  • sudden noisy,
  • direct scriptural,
  • sad and startling,
  • recent spanish,
  • formal and final,
  • plain short,
  • hot passionate,
  • own breathless,
  • rather melodramatic,
  • dark and icy,
  • abrupt and unexpected,
  • clear, straightforward,
  • massive public,
  • certain and immediate,
  • weak red,
  • full and formal,
  • downright honest,
  • almost humble,
  • own fervent,
  • plain and positive,
  • such unqualified,
  • last passionate,
  • slightly drunken,
  • quiet, grave,
  • own frank,
  • original black,
  • original simple,
  • simple and clear,
  • broad and generous,
  • sudden, shocking,
  • rmal,
  • open and undisguised,
  • simple and sincere,
  • such premature,
  • somewhat grotesque,
  • somewhat incoherent,
  • single clear,
  • own subtle,
  • quite plain,
  • clearest possible,
  • full and satisfactory,
  • same affectionate,
  • official german,
  • cold, heartless,
  • more truthful,
  • less open,
  • cartoonish,
  • sudden unexpected,
  • gentle, loving,
  • step-by-step,
  • proud and happy,
  • plain, simple,
  • unhelpful,
  • overconfident,
  • formalized,
  • less definite,
  • four-day,
  • undated,
  • full-body,
  • ancient chinese,
  • own simple,
  • more startling,
  • cockeyed,
  • totally unexpected,
  • last desperate,
  • evocative,
  • grandiloquent,
  • inaugural,
  • formal and chivalrous,
  • simple, two-letter,
  • utterly teutonic,
  • outrageously egotistical,
  • completely spontaneous and honest,
  • successful unilateral,
  • rehearsal and rhetorical,
  • ago inevitable,
  • daringly premature,
  • enlightened parliamentary,
  • stupid unaccountable,
  • definite apostolic,
  • plain monotonous,
  • speedy legal,
  • unwary and emphatic,
  • wise and just royal,
  • insulting and atrocious,
  • cautious and merely verbal,
  • italy british,
  • aggressively fierce,
  • similar and formal,
  • disordered and impassioned,
  • somewhat disordered and impassioned,
  • unconscious and rather ungracious,
  • memorable imperial,
  • somewhat vague and general,
  • notorious pastoral,
  • powerful and unanimous,
  • wholly wrathful,
  • amazing and altogether irrelevant,
  • outright revolutionary,
  • impulsively frank,
  • trenchant and powerful,
  • bright independent,
  • fiery indignant,
  • baltic and italian,
  • similar and very beautiful,
  • magnificent but simple,
  • single and peremptory,
  • unequivocal and unambiguous,
  • constant blasphemous,
  • brief and juicy,
  • insufficient or impossible,
  • quite evident and irrefutable,
  • happily flippant,
  • general second,
  • temperate and candid,
  • squeaky, insolent,
  • audacious, solemn,
  • simple and indubitable,
  • consequent british,
  • shameless but unassailable,
  • formal,
  • audaciously flirtatious,
  • intermediate majestic,
  • intimate thy,
  • decisive and authoritative,
  • positive and imperial,
  • emphatic judicial,
  • virtually corresponding,
  • amazingly nervy,
  • solemn and premeditated,
  • familiar and convenient,
  • emphatic and definite,
  • voluntary and frank,
  • emphatic and effective,
  • intentionally truthful,
  • equally frank and positive,
  • emphatic positive,
  • absurdly bare,
  • conditional or half-way,
  • cynical and hopeless,
  • ambiguous and redundant,
  • real apologetical,
  • cordial and peaceful,
  • somewhat unsatisfactory and misleading,
  • brief but juicy,
  • fervent and awful,
  • sublimely compassionate,
  • absolutely unambiguous,
  • eloquent and positive,
  • broadest and most repulsive,
  • frankest, bravest,
  • inspiring and noble,
  • singular and untrue,
  • simple and overt,
  • frank public,
  • emphatic and oft-repeated,
  • childish ineffectual,
  • naive and comic,
  • amazingly naive and comic,
  • unexpected and positive,
  • cold-blooded free-trade,
  • broad and incomprehensible,
  • honest and daring,
  • longer controllable,
  • comprehensive, honest,
  • frequent explicit,
  • general, important,
  • jubilant, triumphant,
  • modest, straightforward,
  • familiar general,
  • false and childish,
  • effective original,
  • original offensive,
  • previous offensive,
  • brief but pertinent,
  • further and manifest,
  • east or so-called,
  • general or formal,
  • pompous and noisy,
  • clear but simple,
  • sensible and sane,
  • plain and authoritative,
  • open and unqualified,
  • often ephemeral,
  • subsequent formal,
  • significant and powerful,
  • mad and presumptuous,
  • insolent and inhuman,
  • philosophical or theoretical,
  • sufficiently quaint,
  • sudden and positive,
  • clear and peremptory,
  • complete and humble,
  • unfounded and arbitrary,
  • amazingly naive,
  • imperfect and ambiguous,
  • distinct, positive,
  • spontaneous and honest,
  • distinct and categorical,
  • equally heartless,
  • curious abstract,
  • sudden impassioned,
  • public, legal,
  • simple, outspoken,
  • old fraudulent,
  • calm and persistent,
  • simple unqualified,
  • horrid blasphemous,
  • altogether irrelevant,
  • proud religious,
  • joint or common,
  • unexpected voluntary,
  • famous neutral,
  • sudden towering,
  • frank and positive,
  • definite authoritative,
  • clear explicit,
  • impetuous and unexpected,
  • late involuntary,
  • strongly figurative,
  • rather lyrical,
  • negative or affirmative,
  • just royal,
  • clear and final,
  • almost astounding,
  • positive and affirmative,
  • explicit and complete,
  • open and plain,
  • previous adverse,
  • widespread continental,
  • formal and direct,
  • solemn, final,
  • public and serious,
  • somewhat vindictive,
  • compulsory personal,
  • earliest legislative,
  • new solemn,
  • recently avowed,
  • positive and particular,
  • solemn and official,
  • plain and explicit,
  • less concise,
  • simple and bare,
  • spirited public,
  • sincere and frank,
  • solemn, judicial,
  • positive and specific,
  • solemn or formal,
  • simple but instructive,
  • completely spontaneous,
  • bold and impetuous,
  • mere contingent,
  • valid legal,
  • strongest and most popular,
  • wholly spontaneous,
  • solemn and final,
  • regular and successive,
  • public, open,
  • equally vehement,
  • definite legislative,
  • official and authentic,
  • own outspoken,
  • quite enthusiastic,
  • direct and undisguised,
  • important and convincing,
  • clear direct,
  • plain and full,
  • previous formal,
  • direct ethical,
  • official turkish,
  • slightly absurd,
  • broad and distinct,
  • late gracious,
  • extremely frank,
  • thoroughly unscrupulous,
  • recent authoritative,
  • obvious and direct,
  • brief passionate,
  • clear and reasonable,
  • equally explicit,
  • mutinous and rebellious,
  • own insistent,
  • mere judicial,
  • strong and unmistakable,
  • loose and vague,
  • positive and final,
  • distinct legislative,
  • positive and emphatic,
  • stormy, passionate,
  • passionate and despairing,
  • final and triumphant,
  • bare historical,
  • almost impassioned,
  • long and spirited,
  • abrupt and startling,
  • loyal, true,
  • grossly false,
  • similar formal,
  • solemn and emphatic,
  • absolute and positive,
  • distinct and emphatic,
  • sudden and unpremeditated,
  • vehement, passionate,
  • last rebellious,
  • rather ungracious,
  • ardent and energetic,
  • little courteous,
  • deliberate and solemn,
  • further and fuller,
  • so-called royal,
  • hasty and ill-advised,
  • specific and definite,
  • bold and unexpected,
  • non-scriptural,
  • calm and simple,
  • grand intellectual,
  • mere brief,
  • open and candid,
  • truly characteristic,
  • brave and simple,
  • public or official,
  • apparently honest,
  • full parliamentary,
  • somewhat disordered,
  • unduly high,
  • own emphatic,
  • own persistent,
  • best and boldest,
  • lofty and sublime,
  • rather whimsical,
  • precise and formal,
  • equally emphatic,
  • frank and full,
  • sometimes open,
  • simple, frank,
  • formal and solemn,
  • sudden and passionate,
  • bold and uncompromising,
  • last pleasant,
  • thrice welcome,
  • recent international,
  • such unseasonable,
  • clear and explicit,
  • somewhat personal,
  • exactly contrary,
  • such adverse,
  • nearly unanimous,
  • often obscure,
  • old and sacred,
  • more intrepid,
  • own triumphant,
  • pre-emption,
  • direct and open,
  • full and sufficient,
  • more resonant,
  • long and eloquent,
  • last previous,
  • somewhat unsatisfactory,
  • two-letter,
  • bold and open,
  • quite evident,
  • exactly parallel,
  • strong public,
  • more peremptory,
  • formal public,
  • perfectly frank,
  • same vigorous,
  • straightforward, honest,
  • other glorious,
  • cold and selfish,
  • own frequent,
  • open and public,
  • wise and gracious,
  • full and frank,
  • general and abstract,
  • greatest spiritual,
  • perfectly open,
  • ideally perfect,
  • less positive,
  • frank and honest,
  • noble and patriotic,
  • sudden passionate,
  • more astounding,
  • precursory,
  • openly avowed,
  • bright and pleasant,
  • own material,
  • merely verbal,
  • brief and simple,
  • bold and fearless,
  • vague and general,
  • own subsequent,
  • broad general,
  • anti-papal,
  • serious and important,
  • plain, straightforward,
  • purely arbitrary,
  • almost unanimous,
  • frank and open,
  • sudden and complete,
  • more confident,
  • notarial,
  • more consistent,
  • real, genuine,
  • purely theoretical,
  • such definite,
  • axiomatic,
  • almost simultaneous,
  • mere formal,
  • entirely unexpected,
  • last public,
  • now open,
  • great and splendid,
  • semi-public,
  • more full,
  • often-repeated,
  • advisable,
  • more advantageous,
  • such bold,
  • more brutal,
  • engrossed,
  • true and faithful,
  • flatulent,
  • free-trade,
  • new and important,
  • demeaning,
  • frankest,
  • own former,
  • controllable,
  • rehearsal,
  • more true,
  • own original,
  • plain-spoken,
  • face-to-face,
  • more ample,
  • irrefutable,
  • nervy,
  • heartiest,
  • heavy-handed,
  • centennial,
  • double-edged,
  • well-guarded,
  • exactly similar,
  • epigrammatic,
  • iconoclastic,
  • more positive,
  • well-planned,
  • more specific,
  • more desperate,
  • cautionary,
  • untrue,
  • austro-hungarian,
  • good honest,
  • textual,
  • precautionary,
  • flirtatious,
  • high-sounding,
  • other famous,
  • ironclad,
  • long-delayed,
  • rabbinical,
  • unflattering,
  • unfounded,
  • unmoved,
  • unassailable,
  • stupefying,
  • other public,
  • proletarian,
  • high-handed,
  • unswerving,
  • unblushing,
  • unsupported,
  • supplemental,
  • half-way,
  • scurrilous,
  • unromantic,
  • enigmatical,
  • baltic,
  • simple little,
  • two-fold,
  • indubitable,
  • squeaky,
  • heinous,
  • particularly plain and straightforward,
  • highly false,
  • strange and audacious,
  • avowed and definite,
  • solemn, voluntary,
  • unqualified and formal,
  • eloquent and delicate,
  • hearty, serious,
  • radical and unmistakable,
  • spontaneous extra-judicial,
  • unanimous and explicit,
  • explicit and most clear,
  • emphatic and decisive,
  • hypocritical and canting,
  • mere parenthetical,
  • simple, positive,
  • sacred and authoritative,
  • famous and epoch-making,
  • particularly plain,
  • definite and weighty,
  • deceptive and dangerous,
  • clear and public,
  • public, practical,
  • full and unmistakable,
  • frequent and emphatic,
  • clear and formal,
  • same unqualified,
  • serious and genuine,
  • polite and affectionate,
  • sudden and unprepared,
  • clear and authoritative,
  • full and gracious,
  • dramatic and unexpected,
  • rather presumptuous,
  • real and valid,
  • formal, legal,
  • full and large,
  • solemn and glorious,
  • sufficiently impressive,
  • single recent,
  • bold, frank,
  • strangely sudden,
  • new and particular,
  • french republican,
  • general and public,
  • long, passionate,
  • strong, fresh,
  • less weighty,
  • rude and imperfect,
  • formal and public,
  • full and explicit,
  • ardent and enthusiastic,
  • further public,
  • own gracious,
  • highly dramatic,
  • such formal,
  • mere abstract,
  • true and proper,
  • more ominous,
  • centenary,
  • full and free,
  • parenthetical,
  • own previous,
  • deeply interesting,
  • war-like,
  • statesmanlike,
  • other religious,
  • immodest,
  • unsolicited,
  • forthright,
  • offhand,
  • more striking,
  • self-serving,
  • all-out,
  • canting,
  • unprepared,
  • egotistical,
  • vociferous,
  • concise,
  • incorrect,
  • craven,
  • auspicious,
  • hasty but necessary,
  • faintly louder,
  • pleasant and meritorious,
  • sweetly dramatic,
  • momentous british,
  • weighty and emphatic,
  • modest and tactful,
  • oral,
  • stern and unanimous,
  • sudden and open,
  • violent and fervent,
  • humble and solemn,
  • solemn or official,
  • strongest tacit,
  • sufficiently civil,
  • commonplace, selfish,
  • open and hearty,
  • evidently unexpected,
  • equally stringent,
  • frank and explicit,
  • open, bold,
  • honest, candid,
  • simple and sufficient,
  • more unlimited,
  • full and candid,
  • simple and absolute,
  • solemn and formal,
  • public official,
  • last bold,
  • correct and complete,
  • usual solemn,
  • clear and positive,
  • british official,
  • same unfortunate,
  • such distinct,
  • little weak,
  • own specific,
  • own public,
  • somewhat startling,
  • oft-quoted,
  • own distinct,
  • last important,
  • mere verbal,
  • rather startling,
  • ungallant,
  • long-deferred,
  • equally strong,
  • sacrosanct,
  • now famous,
  • pivotal,
  • more particular,
  • juridical,
  • treasonous,
  • sudden and unexpected,
  • insincere,
  • pithy,
  • penitential,
  • incisive,
  • unconditional,
  • conciliatory,
  • more effective,
  • edifying,
  • rueful,
  • tactful,
  • nauseous,
  • meritorious,
  • inconsistent,
  • terse,
  • mutinous,
  • heraldic,
  • advantageous,
  • lyrical,
  • unwary,
  • complimentary,
  • responsive,
  • introductory,
  • unrestrained,
  • controversial,
  • louder,
  • unfathomable,
  • one-sided,
  • injurious,
  • somewhat autocratic and self-assertive,
  • fierce and even ferocious,
  • formal ducal,
  • fervent public,
  • plain and frank,
  • rudely abrupt,
  • full, explicit,
  • scandalous and impious,
  • official ducal,
  • open bold,
  • solemn and authentic,
  • loud and unanimous,
  • solemn and positive,
  • general and unqualified,
  • rather lukewarm,
  • somewhat autocratic,
  • great journalistic,
  • free and general,
  • full and faithful,
  • priestly,
  • simple verbal,
  • plain and straightforward,
  • clear and unequivocal,
  • public and solemn,
  • clear and full,
  • same haughty,
  • extra-judicial,
  • same solemn,
  • self-deprecating,
  • clear and definite,
  • self-assertive,
  • other legal,
  • still stronger,
  • adamant,
  • bombastic,
  • unpremeditated,
  • high-toned,
  • more direct,
  • unassuming,
  • banal,
  • lukewarm,
  • horrendous,
  • predominant,
  • journalistic,
  • considerate,
  • imprudent,
  • forceful,
  • grander,
  • incoherent,
  • bold, public,
  • strong and explicit,
  • solemn parliamentary,
  • sudden and wholly unexpected,
  • equally frank,
  • honest and conscientious,
  • such explicit,
  • solemn public,
  • more palpable,
  • wholly unexpected,
  • semi-official,
  • effusive,
  • telegraphic,
  • more extensive,
  • doctrinal,
  • posthumous,
  • indiscreet,
  • stringent,
  • perfunctory,
  • erroneous,
  • apologetic,
  • boldest,
  • coherent,
  • fraudulent,
  • supplementary,
  • chivalrous,
  • distinct and positive,
  • formal and official,
  • own positive,
  • most gracious,
  • somewhat vague,
  • unambiguous,
  • point-blank,
  • epoch-making,
  • seditious,
  • irreverent,
  • dogmatic,
  • salutary,
  • clearer,
  • contradictory,
  • obliging,
  • fullest,
  • telepathic,
  • brash, uncompromising,
  • avowal, solemn,
  • informal and strictly confidential,
  • true and short,
  • distinct and explicit,
  • long simple,
  • strictly confidential,
  • avowal,
  • mere negative,
  • last solemn,
  • plain and simple,
  • trenchant,
  • czech,
  • figurative,
  • boastful,
  • heartfelt,
  • gratuitous,
  • provisional,
  • unspoken,
  • presidential,
  • courageous,
  • brazen,
  • boring,
  • promissory,
  • more emphatic,
  • more precious,
  • more definite,
  • brash,
  • ill-timed,
  • affirmative,
  • clearest,
  • ducal,
  • truthful,
  • tardy,
  • insufficient,
  • indirect,
  • menacing,
  • positive and explicit,
  • more formal,
  • premeditated,
  • irrevocable,
  • implicit,
  • overt,
  • sensational,
  • insulting,
  • weighty,
  • impertinent,
  • same old,
  • great and avenging,
  • sufficiently strange,
  • bulgarian,
  • avowed,
  • informal,
  • confidential,
  • impetuous,
  • papal,
  • arbitrary,
  • comprehensive,
  • disagreeable,
  • brave and honest,
  • risky,
  • scandalous,
  • obnoxious,
  • resolute,
  • indignant,
  • avenging,
  • cryptic,
  • presumptuous,
  • adverse,
  • contrary,
  • defensive,
  • succinct,
  • oral,
  • fearless,
  • aforesaid,
  • insolent,
  • own solemn,
  • undisguised,
  • definitive,
  • apostolic,
  • impious,
  • impulsive,
  • speedy,
  • warlike,
  • unmistakable,
  • negative,
  • persistent,
  • conditional,
  • energetic,
  • amorous,
  • eloquent,
  • apologetical,
  • peremptory,
  • magnanimous,
  • insistent,
  • mute,
  • evident,
  • impressive,
  • anglo-french,
  • tacit,
  • ministerial,
  • hostile,
  • broader, better,
  • outright,
  • broader,
  • pompous,
  • haughty,
  • immortal,
  • interpretative,
  • parliamentary,
  • spontaneous,
  • constitutional,
  • unilateral,
  • momentous,
  • affectionate,
  • significant,
  • uncompromising,
  • ample,
  • categorical,
  • ambiguous,
  • audacious,
  • patriotic,
  • outspoken,
  • hasty,
  • curt,
  • unqualified,
  • decisive,
  • authentic,
  • enthusiastic,
  • congressional,
  • spirited,
  • triumphant,
  • defiant,
  • ominous,
  • loud,
  • subsequent,
  • statutory,
  • preliminary,
  • amazing,
  • legislative,
  • offensive,
  • singular,
  • more explicit,
  • mutual,
  • voluntary,
  • calm,
  • manifest,
  • straightforward,
  • gracious,
  • ardent,
  • specific,
  • sincere,
  • prophetic,
  • confident,
  • absolute,
  • sublime,
  • premature,
  • astonishing,
  • legal,
  • scriptural,
  • abrupt,
  • necessary,
  • fervent,
  • candid,
  • astounding,
  • oft-repeated,
  • direct,
  • flat,
  • unequivocal,
  • virtual,
  • impassioned,
  • brief,
  • judicial,
  • vehement,
  • extraordinary,
  • startling,
  • memorable,
  • remarkable,
  • honest,
  • verbal,
  • recent,
  • definite,
  • unanimous,
  • false,
  • clear,
  • authoritative,
  • further,
  • similar,
  • former,
  • royal,
  • actual,
  • sudden,
  • distinct,
  • full,
  • unexpected,
  • immediate,
  • joint,
  • plain,
  • passionate,
  • final,
  • frank,
  • previous,
  • famous,
  • bold,
  • general,
  • official,
  • emphatic,
  • positive,
  • simple,
  • explicit,
  • open,
  • public,
  • solemn,
  • formal.
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